Originally Posted by WildcatFan
I stopped watching after season 5, but I watched the finale just to see the characters say goodbye. Although I didn't understand half of what was going on, it was just charming enough (and surprisingly offbeat) to make me happy to step back into Scranton one more time. It reinforced the fact that I don't really need to see the last four seasons, though. The retrospective was also very well done. It's refreshing in the celebrity age to see actors who are really fond of their work, even when most have gone on to do much bigger things.I still believe that the first two seasons are some of the finest work ever done on network television.
Completely agreed. It gave me chills to see so many of the actors tear up in the last 15 minutes. Andy and Jim both had tears in their eyes, and Michael cried in his farewell episode. It was so neat to me that not only were those the tears of their character's, but also the tears of them as humans. They had a special bond and were together for so long. Just great chemistry.