And the scene where Pam says to Jim that she never bothers her fiance with "stuff like this" and he says something like, you mean your hopes and dreams? or fears and thoughts? or something like that, and she says Yeah. Great him resisting saying, why on earth not? what kind of relationship is that?
They are so great together... the actors do such a good job of showing how they light up around each other. Jim's never going to leave this job he hates while she's there...unless she gets married. Unless he feels he was too "out there" by saying he was the one who objected to the wedding planning, he's just going to lay a plan for a get away for after the wedding. I enjoy the rest of the show, but you could pretty much watch those shows in any order. The Pam/Jim thing is what has to be seen as it develops.