Jim is a lovable underachiever with a passion for pranks and receptionist Pam Beesely. He rarely bothers to fulfill his full potential and insists that his job as salesman for Dunder Mifflin is just a job, and not a career, despite the years he has spent there.He has dated occasionally, he went out with purse saleswoman Katy for a little while befo... Show more »
Jim is a lovable underachiever with a passion for pranks and receptionist Pam Beesely. He rarely bothers to fulfill his full potential and insists that his job as salesman for Dunder Mifflin is just a job, and not a career, despite the years he has spent there.He has dated occasionally, he went out with purse saleswoman Katy for a little while before his feelings for Pam got in the way. He has a comical rivalry with the sometimes clueless Dwight Schrute who is frequently the object of Jim's pranks. Jim transfers to Stamford after being rejected by Pam, and he eventually returns with a girlfriend, Karen, in tow.Jim tries to have a relationship with her but he is constantly drawn to Pam, which makes Karen jealous. When a job at corporate opens up in New York, Karen insists that Jim applies for it, hoping to get him away from Pam and Scranton. Jim applies for the job, and so does Karen. She is hoping that if she gets the job, Jim will move to New York with her, because she is willing to move to New York if Jim gets the job. In the end, Jim realizes he doesn't want to move away from Pam, so he turns down the job, and breaks up with Karen, in favor of remaining in Scranton with Pam.Jim begins dating Pam almost immediately after breaking up with Karen, but they keep it a secret so their nosey co-workers won't pry into their relationship. Once the news of their relationship gets out, most of the other office members are happy for them. Jim begins to think about marriage, confessing that he bought a ring for Pam about a week after they started dating.Jim tries to create a nice proposal for Pam, but a co-worker steals the moment and Jim decides to wait. Shortly after, Pam decides that she wants to go to art school, and Jim is forced to wait even longer to pop the question. After she had been gone for a while, Jim decides that he can't wait anymore. On a whim, he meets with Pam and asks her to marry him. She happily agrees.Pam ends up flunking one of her classes, which means she would have to stay away from Jim longer if she wants to get a passing grade. She decides to drop out of art school so that she can be closer to Jim, even though she doesn't want to admit that was the reason. Happy that Pam is back, Jim realizes it's time to take the next step. He purchases his parents' old house and fixes it up before showing it to her. Pam loves the house, despite it's flaws, and they move in together.A few months later, at a company picnic, Pam injures her ankle playing volleyball. Jim rushes her to the hospital to get x-rays, but they don't find out whether Pam's ankle is injured right away. The doctor tells Pam that she and Jim are expecting a baby. Jim is extremely happy about this information, and they don't go back to the picnic. The couple doesn't tell their co-workers abou their news, but Michael starts a rumor that Jim and Pam are only getting married because Pam is pregnant, not knowing the truth, and they are forced to admit the pregnancy.Unlike what Michael said, they do not bump up the wedding because of the baby. They get married in Niagra Falls when Pam is six months pregnant. On the big day, Pam feels the wedding is going horribly. To make her feel better, Jim shows Pam the two tickets he bought for the Maid of the Mist. Secretly, they run off and are married by the captain of the ship, which makes Pam feel better about the chaos that is their actual wedding ceremony.Back at the office, expecting father Jim decides he needs to make more money. He asks for a promotion, and he is bumped up to co-manager along with Michael. He tries to handle the new job, and only has moderate success with people respecting him. He makes an example of Ryan by sticking him in a utilities closet, which makes his employees listen a little better.When Sabre takes over Dunder Mifflin, Michael and Jim are forced to choose who remains manager. Jim ends up going back to sales, which he is happy about because being a salesman has more incentives than being a manager. Show less «
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Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...
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