When Toby reminisces about the past
Dunder Mifflin has been bought by the mysterious Sabre, and it is Toby’s job to inform his new bosses as to any issues that might have occurred in the past. Scranton’s most hated HR rep chooses to keep all his co-workers’ misgivings to himself, and we’re treated to a series of super emo flashbacks.
Emo soundtrack: “Good Times,” All Time Low
When Andy and Erin share their first kiss
Andy Bernard might be weirdly loveable, but there’s no denying that in throwing away his relationship with Erin, he was a massive idiot. At least we have their adorable first kiss to remember, complete with a stunning garbage dump background…
Emo soundtrack: “That Pretty Dress,” Junior
When Holly found Michael on the rooftop
Finally, FINALLY, they got together. Michael might be a bit of a moron, but there’s no denying he’s got a heart of gold, and that heart has belonged to Holly from the moment they met. Shucks.
Emo soundtrack: “The Lovers,” Miss Vincent
When Michael proposed to Holly
He needed Pam’s help to make sure he didn’t cause harm to himself or anyone else in the process, and yet Michael’s proposal ends up being utterly adorable. And yes, there’s more rain (well, in this case, sprinklers) falling on a pair of Office lovebirds.
Emo soundtrack: “Kiss Me Like Nobody’s Watching,” Simple Plan
When the office said a post-Dundies goodbye to Michael
Emo soundtrack: “9,986,000 Minutes,” The Office cast (It couldn’t really be anything else, could it?)
When Pam found the “Pam, Cece, New Baby/Everything Else” note
Further proof that Jim Halpert is probably the best husband ever.
Emo soundtrack: “There Is Only You,” The Xcerts
When Dwight declared his love for Angela (with a megaphone)
Who says romance is dead?
Emo soundtrack: “Louder Than Your Love,” Andy Black ft. Gerard Way
When Pam read the teapot note
Emo soundtrack: “Open Your Eyes,” Snow Patrol
When Michael and Dwight were reunited
“That’s what she said.”
Comedy at its finest.
Emo soundtrack: “Brother,” Gerard Way
Pam’s final words
It’s actually… over. Now what do we do with ourselves!? Press play on season one, episode one of The Office, that’s what.
Emo soundtrack: “The Office Theme,” The Scrantones