The series finale of "The Office" is only two days away, and viewers aren't the only ones having a tough time hiding their emotions.
In the "Office" farewell video above, John Krasinski, Jenna Fischer, Rainn Wilson and writer Michael Schur opened up about what the series has meant to them over the years.
"The honest answer is that 'The Office' is my life," a tearful Fischer (Pam) said, adding that the role of Pam couldn't be done without the right partner -- referring, of course, to Krasinski (Jim). "I hope I never have to work in this location again," she continued. "I hope that in my memory, when I drive down this road, our buildings are here and our set is here."
"One of the most special things about this show was when you would meet fans of the show," Wilson (Dwight) said. "They would tell you about a time of hardship and how the show lifted their spirits."
The final episode of NBC's beloved comedy will air this Thursday with an extended run time of an hour and 15 minutes.
The series finale of "The Office" will air on Thursday, May 16 from 9-10:15 p.m. ET on NBC.
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