"The Office" Cast Re-Creates Wedding Dance For Couple's Zoom Nuptials

The latest episode of John Krasinski's Some Good News featured some familiar faces: His co-stars on TheOffice, who reunited over Zoom to perform the show's "Jim and Pam wedding dance" for a real-life couple.

Maryland couple Susan and John had previously re-created Jim and Pam's Office proposal, with John popping the question at a gas station. "That proposal works 100 percent of the time," Krasinski joked before revealing that he wanted to marry them online right then and there.

He produced a certificate showing he was ordained before bringing Susan and John's parents into their Zoom chat. Office co-star Jenna Fischer then popped up to serve as maid of honor, while country star Zac Brown debuted a new song for the couple.

After Krasinski married Susan and John, he had one more surprise in store. "There's only way out of this wedding," he said. "Because you so elegantly ripped off our show for your proposal, I feel like it's only fitting that you rip off the wedding, too."

That's when the rest of the Office cast popped up to re-create one of the show's most classic scenes, with Jim and Pam's co-workers performing a dance down the aisle to Chris Brown's "Forever" at their wedding.

Krasinski ended the show by declaring he'd never do another Some Good News wedding because, "How does it get better than that?"

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