Sunday's latest installment of John Krasinski's web show, "Some Good News," featured the requisite bits of light news amid the COVID-19 pandemic -- like dance parties and a cute little girl who's sending encouraging letters to people -- but its stand-out segment was a wedding that featured nearly the entire cast of "The Office" coming together for a pair of the sitcom's super fans.
Sure, the episode also featured Krasinski's wife Emily Blunt and a "pretty good" weather forecast from Emma Stone, but it was the nuptials of "The Office" fans Susan and John that stole the show.
Krasinski learned that John proposed to Susan outside of a gas station, just as the actor's alter-ego Jim Halpert did to Jenna Fischer's Pam Beesley on the show.
Krasinski also revealed he got himself ordained a minister so he could officiate the wedding, and surprised the couple with a Zoom-in of their parents and closest friends.
But after the pair said "I Do," he revealed the biggest surprise: a first dance featuring him, Fischer, Steve Carell, B.J. Novak, Rainn Wilson, Ed Helms, Mindy Kaling, Kate Flannery, Oscar Nunez, Angela Kinsey, Phyllis Smith, Brian Baumgartner, and Creed Bratton -- nearly everyone from the beloved series. The dance, of course, is from Jim and Pam's wedding on the show.
Krasinski said it will probably be the, "first and only SGN wedding."
"Because, let's be honest," he said, "how does it get better than that? It doesn't!"