John Krasinski Reunites ‘Office’ Cast to Surprise Newlyweds on ‘Some Good News’
The anchor of the occasion, who revealed that he had been appointed as minister, conducted the wedding of the couple through a videoconference moments before.
To amaze a newlywed pair on Sunday’s broadcast of his website series Some Good News, John Krasinki unified some of his earlier co-stars from the sitcom The Office.
Krasinski engaged some of his previous colleagues, that included Mindy Kaling, Ellie Kemper, Rainn Wilson, Ed Helms, B.J. Novak, Jenna Fischer, and many others after spotlighting Steve Carell for the initial chapter of the program earlier this year.
Leading up the mega wonder, Krasinski drew attention to a Maryland couple who re-instituted an offer of marriage from a sitcom The Office, wherein Krasinski’s character as Jim, makes a proposal to Fischer’s cast, Pam, outside of a grocery store.
An interview via videoconference was conducted by Krasinski with the newlywed soon after.
“You people have shown that proposals work one hundred percent every time,” joked Krasinski with the married couple, prior to telling them that they must get into wedlock right then & there. Surprising the couple with the exciting update that he has just been appointed as a matrimony minister, he then fetched both of the couple’s parents, some of their other friends together with one Fischer, who obliged as the bridesmaid, and also a Zac Brown, the one who enacted for the newlywed, “The Man Who Loves You the Most”.
After he conducted the matrimony and pronounced the couple husband and wife, Krasinski exhibited clips of his co-stars at Office partying and administering as the wedding “guests.”, Brian Baumgartner, Kate Flannery, Angela Kinsey, Oscar Nunez, Phyllis Smith, and Creed Bratton, also made appearances.
Krasinski went on to spotlight encouraging chronicles of positivism around the globe & elsewhere, on Sunday’s episode, that also highlighted special appearances featuring Krasinski’s wife Emily Blunt and Emma Stone.
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