Jim talks about his decision to leave the Scranton branch and transfer to a new office.
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Dwight: Jim is gone. He’s gone. I miss him so much. Ooooh I cry myself to sleep, Jim! False. I do not miss him.
Jim: I can’t say whether Dunder Mifflin paper is less flammable, sir, but I can assure that it is certainly not more flammable.
Jim: Why did I transfer to Stamford? I think that’s pretty obvious. I got promoted! And you can’t beat that view… right?
Andy: Hey, Big Tuna! You’re single right?
Jim: Uh-huh, yeah. I am.
Andy: She’s pretty hot huh? She’s completely crazy. Steer clear Big Tuna. Head for open waters.
Jim: I ate a tuna sandwich on my first day. So, Andy started calling me Big Tuna. I don’t think any of them actually know my real name.
Andy: Big Tuna is a super ambitious guy, you know? Cut your throat to get ahead kind of guy, but I mean I’m not threatened by him. I went to Cornell, you ever heard of it? I graduated in four years. I never studied once. I was drunk the whole time, and I sang in the acappella group, “Here Comes Treble.”
Josh: So, end of day we are going to have a little diversity policy refresher, because of some more problems at the Scranton branch. And I have a list of business startups I got from the chamber. Yes, I am going to need someone to cold call them.
Jim: Oh, I can do that.
Roy: Chicken or fish?
Pam: [loud sigh] Chicken.
Roy: So you havin’ a good day?
Pam: Excellent, thanks.
Roy: Good, glad. OK.
Pam: Yeah, I didn’t go through with the wedding. I got cold feet a few days before. And I can’t really explain it. I just had to get out of that relationship. We still had to pay for all the food. So we froze it. But I’m, I’m doing well. I have my own apartment. And I’m taking art classes. And I have lunch for the next five weeks.