John Krasinski got ordained to marry a couple on Zoom while the cast of 'The Office' attended

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John Krasinski's Zoom chat with a newly married couple and the cast of 'The Office'. (Photo: YouTube)
John Krasinski's Zoom chat with a newly married couple and the cast of 'The Office'. (Photo: YouTube)

In what could possibly be his best episode yet of Some Good News (SGN), John Krasinski surprised a newly engaged couple, who also happen to be big fans of The Office.

John proposed to Susan in the same way Jim proposed to Pam (on one knee outside a gas station) and the clip caught The Office alum’s attention.

"You guys have proved that proposal works 100 per cent of the time" he joked with the two on Zoom, before saying that although he received their request to attend their wedding, he wouldn’t mind officiating their wedding, before revealing he’d just gotten ordained for the special occasion.

Of course, you can’t have a wedding without mom and dad, so he surprised the couple by having their family and friends call in – as well as a few other special guests.

Zac Brown performed a new song at the virtual ceremony that brought Susan to tears, while Steve Carell, Rainn Wilson, Mindy Kaling, Ed Helms, Ellie Kemper and the rest of the cast of The Office surprised the couple by reenacting their epic dance scene at Jim and Pam’s wedding in season 6.

Is it the ceremony or the reunion that's left us so emotional? We really can't tell.

WATCH THE WEDDING AND REUNION HERE:

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