Sometimes office life can be a drag -- so if the mundane sounds of phones ringing and typing on keyboards become too insufferable, consider joining us as we chat with "The Office" alum Jenna Fischer at 11 a.m. Pacific time on Thursday. (Non-office-drones are also welcome, of course).
For nine seasons, Fischer schlepped around the Dunder Mifflin offices as lowly Pam Beesly-turned-Halpert. Once the crispy, crunchy-curled receptionist, she'd go on to tamer locks and try her hand at being a paper saleswoman and, later, an office administrator. All the while, viewers would get caught up in her slow-burning, mostly happily ever after office romance with nice guy Jim Halpert (John Krasinski).
We'll talk to Fischer about life after "The Office," all the exercise her face got with the show's signature focus on facial reactions, and the challenges of not swooning during every Jim-and-Pam moment.
We don't want to hog her all to ourselves. If you have a question for Fischer, feel free to submit one either in the comments section or in the box above and we'll do our best to ask it on Thursday.
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