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John Krasinski Talks Office Finale
Female: Can I ask you quickly about the Office?
John Krasinski: Yes.
Female: The season finale coming up?
John Krasinski: Yup.
Female: They like to booked in the seasons, you know we have a proposal in the season premier and then now and that it seems like their story might have been wrapped up in the last episode. But is there more to come in the sit company I think?
John Krasinski: There is more to come, I think that the finale is always a good episode for Jim and Pam. And they are always write incredible stuff and this year is no different, it is pretty cool. It is a pretty cool idea that they have and you it is just so amazing that these writers can keep coming with all this great stories. And yet they are very real and true to the stories and it also really weird that are true to and I rather. And I think it is really weird that we have done 100 episodes. It feels like 40 or maybe at that so, it is really exciting, it is a really fun episode for us.
Female: So Cliffhanger, there are question people are going to be asking you all summer.
John Krasinski: Are they are always Cliffhangers? I mean even for you if you wrapped everything up. They are still going to be “What is happening now?” And you have that of an answer and my answer is always “I don’t know.” Because right now our writers are in a coma because they wrote 29 episodes this year so I don’t know how they did it. But I think it is one of the better seasons we have had.