Not the Godfather


When the show started, I thought it was going to be a doozy, with Pam conducting Sabre’s Hygiene Day, but it quickly shifted to something far more, well, mundane — and far more complicated — personal relationships at work.

No, not the intimate kind — rather, the kind where workers become friends, in some cases close friends, and in the case of Michael Scott, closer than they think they are friends. For the christening of Jim and Pam’s daughter, Cece, Michael (not Jim and Pam) invited the entire office to attend. Then, Pam had to not-so-gently tell Michael he was NOT their daughter’s godfather. Why is this complicated?

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