Author: kisstherain PM
Do you still have feelings for her?" "Yes." - Basically, how I wanted this episode to end. Oneshot.Rated: Fiction K - English - Words: 712 - Reviews: 6 - Published: 04-21-08 - Status: Complete - id: 4212013
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Okay, this isn't very long. Or very good, but. This episode made me totally mad. I wanted it to end different. Lol, obviously, otherwise I wouldn't be writing this...
Anyways, I don't plan on continuing it or anything. I just thought I'd post it since it's been so long since I've written anything, and I totally just did two stories today. Heck yes. Oh, and sorry for... crappy grammar or whatever. I didn't have anyone beta this. I'm also not sure if I spell checked it... haha. Okay, and, it's sort of written weird. 'Cause it WAS script format. But it didn't let me use these things . So now I'm making it... not script. But. Sort of. I dunno.
Also, I don't own the Office.
Karen enters the conference room, and sits next to Jim. They both look forward.
"Do you still have feelings for her?"
Jim pauses, and keeps his gaze forward. "Yes."
Karen quickly exits the conference room, grabs her jacket, and leaves the office. Pam, sitting at the reception desk, watches Karen leave, and then looks in the direction of the conference room. The camera focuses on Jim as he puts his head in his hands, then swings back around to catch Pam exiting the office.
Pam enters the parking lot, and sees Karen leaning against her car. Her back is to Pam. Pam slowly walks over.
"Hey, what's... are you okay?"
Karen wipes her face quickly, before turning. "Um, I think... I think I have to break up with Jim."
As though she suddenly realized who she was talking to, Karen's eyes narrow slightly. Her voice is cold.
"He still has feelings for you."
Pam is speechless, her eyes wide, and mouth open slightly. Karen gets into her car and quickly drives away. Pam waits a moment before turning to go back inside.
When Pam enters the office again, it is clear that no one has noticed her or Karen leave. She sits back down at the reception desk, pulling up a game of Solitaire, though she is obviuosly not really paying attention to the computer. Seconds later Jim appears, resting his elbos on the desk, and leaning his chin in one of his hands. He leans over to look at the game.
"Five on six." His voice is soft.
Pam doesn't turn around, simply stares at her computer. "Thanks."
Neither look at each other, instead both are focusing on Pam's comptuer. Jim looks up at Pam, as though he is trying to will her to look at him. He gives up after a nearly a minute, before walking back to the party. After he walks away, Pam looks after him.
It's now two or three days later. Pam is sitting at reception. Jim silently walks in, with his head down. Pam looks as though she is about to say something, but then the phone rings. Neither Pam or Jim look up as Jim passes her and sits at his desk.
"Dunder Mifflin, this is Pam." She pauses. "Please hold, I'll transfer you."
Karen walks in next. She looks straight ahead, and meets no ones eyes. Pam watches as Karen walks past Jim. The two are obviously ignoring eachother.
"Yeah, Karen and I are ... no longer together. Um, she broke up with me. Last night."
He looks down, then back up at the camera, but says nothing.
-End Taking Head.-
It is now lunch time. Most of the people are in the break room, eating. Jim is sitting at his desk, looking as though he is not stopping soon. Pam looks over at him, only able to see his back at his current desk location. She sees Karen is in the break room. She looks over at Jim again, before taking a deep breath and walking over.
"Hey, Halpert. I forgot my lunch. Wanna go get something with me?"
Jim slowly turns around, a small smile on his face.
"Absolutely, I do."
Pam smiles widely. They walk together to get their coats, and exit together. The camera moves around behind Pam's desk, where there is a lunch bag by her seat.