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08-21-2012, 09:41 PM
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Isn't that a bit cliche? Why don't you want something interesting? How about David makes Jim the manager and forces him to fire the worst salesperson for a quarter, to consolidate accounts and trim costs, and it turns out to be Pam, and he has to either fire Pam or quit, and in the final scene of the final episode, Jim brings Pam into his office, tells her with tears in his eyes that he has to let her go, and the final minute is both of them crying uncontrollably, and then the credits play to complete silence.
It's interesting, don't know if I like it, but I always assumed Michael and Holly's wedding would be covered.
But the most likely way to end it would presumably be the company going under/sold/office closing/etc.
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