'The Office' Cast Reunited to Throw a Zoom Wedding, Officiated by John Krasinski

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We might be biased (you know, being a wedding publication and all), but Sunday's episode of Some Good News was definitely John Krasinski's best one yet. Why? Because Krasinski officiated a surprise Zoom wedding for one lucky couple and gathered the entire cast of The Office to make it possible.

The moment was nothing short of epic. Krasinski first welcomed Maryland-based couple John and Susan onto the show to discuss their recent marriage proposal, which was inspired by Krasinski's character Jim Halpert's proposal to Pam Beesly (Jenna Fischer) on The Office. Just like Halpert did on television, John got down on one knee at a gas station to pop the question to Susan.

But discussing the sitcom-inspired proposal wasn't the only thing Krasinski had in store for the couple. The actor specifically got ordained for the occasion and planned to marry the couple on the spot. To Susan and John's surprise, Krasinski invited both their parents and best friends to the call. Moments later, Krasinski's former co-star Jenna Fischer appeared to witness the wedding virtually!

To kick off the ceremony, Krasinski asked country artist Zac Brown from Zac Brown Band to perform a song, before officiating the couple's "I dos." However, the real surprise happened after Susan and John sealed their marriage with a kiss. "There's only one way out of this wedding and Susan and John, because you so elegantly ripped off our show for your proposal, I feel like it's only fitting that you rip off the wedding, too," declared Krasinski.

Just like at Jim and Pam's wedding on The Office, Krasinski began playing "Forever" by Chris Brown and brought the entire cast together for a virtual dance party. Steve Carrell, Rainn Wilson, Angela Kinsley, Midy Kaling, B.J. Novak, Brian Baumgartner, Ed Helms, Phyllis Smith, Kate Flannery, Oscar Nunez, Creed Bratton and Ellie Kemper danced just like their characters on the show—Kinsley even held up a sign that read "It is your wedding."

We think Krasinski really outdid himself on this one. Can The Office cast crash every virtual wedding moving forward?

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