Never say never, as the saying goes, so here's hoping we get a reunion of these extra special characters in the future.
Dwight K. Schrute, who was played by Rainn Wilson in 'The Office', might well be returning to our screens - at some point in the future at least. That's the hopes of the actor, who was recently interviewed by Collider.
With so many TV shows and movies reuniting this year, it is quite surprising that we haven't yet seen a 'US Office' Zoom call special. Hell, even the cast of 'Father of the Bride' managed to produce a third entry in the movie series.
Busy promoting his new Amazon Prime series 'Utopia' which also stars John Cusack, Wilson was asked if he'd ever consider donning that brown suit and beigey-yellow shirt ever again. Of course he would.
He told the publication: "I’d love to revisit 'The Office'. I’ve told [creator and showrunner] Greg Daniels that I would love to do something. They’re gearing up for putting it on Peacock. Maybe someday we’ll do something.
"It’s funny, I hear things like, 'We can’t do anything because we ended this show perfectly, and we don’t wanna do anything else.' But then, someone will send some idea that’s just preposterous and I don’t know what to think. Hopefully, one day. The fans would really love it. That’s the thing that counts the most. The fans would really love to see those characters again and have an experience with them."
Rainn Wilson's Dwight provided so many amazing gags across the nine seasons of the sitcom, you would think it would be hard for the actor to pick a favourite moment that stood out to him. However, the one moment he chose was when Dwight had hit rock bottom, and (literally) reached out to Jim for comfort.
"I really love the moment in the episode called 'Money' where he’s heartbroken and he’s taken Jim and Pam to his bed and breakfast. There’s a moment when he’s really emotional and Jim gives him some words of kindness and empathy, and then he doesn’t notice it but Jim has left," says Wilson.
"He reaches out and Jim’s not there and he looks around. To me, that moment perfectly encapsulated what we did on 'The Office'. It’s a Chekhovian, priceless little human misconnection that was really special."
Here is that moment.