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Figgero: Good for Vikram, because he outsells you every night. But it turns out that the money was an absolute necessity for me. I tried to have a job, a girlfriend, another job, and I failed. But the good thing about the American dream is that you can just go to sleep and try it all again the next night. And also, she didn't care about this interview," she told NPR. And they started laughing." Fischer found herself creating a very elaborate backstory for the character.Michael Scott: Used to have two cars, traded them in. Good economic sense, although the new car's a Porsche, for her. Money has been a little bit tight lately, but at the end of my life, when I'm sitting on my yacht, am I gonna be thinking about how much money I have? I'm gonna be thinking about how many friends I have and my children and my comedy albums. You give a quick pitch, you make the sale, you move on. Michael Scott: Vikram doesn't have my people skills.
Michael Scott: Like the Witness Protection Program.
I just wanted you to know that you can't just say the word "bankruptcy" and expect anything to happen.
Jim and Pam's relationship apparently caught the attention of the documentary crew from the very first moments, as their constant joking and quick exchanges hinted that they both had deeper feelings for each other.
"Don't make yourself all pretty, and dare to bore me with your audition. Dare to bore me." Heeding the advice, Fischer said little during the auditions, during which she was interviewed in character by show producers, in an improvisational format, to imitate the show's documentary premise.
"My take on the character of Pam was that she didn't have any media training, so she didn't know how to be a good interview.