Chili's Has Finally Decided To Lift Its Lifetime Ban on Pam From 'The Office'

In one of the very best episodes of that show, the Dunder Mifflin staffers have their bogus annual awards ceremony, the Dundies, at a location of the casual bar and grill chain, and Pam has a bit too much to drink.

 A manager tells the camera: “We have a strict policy not to over-serve. Apparently this young woman was sneaking drinks off of other people’s tables. I Xeroxed her driver’s license and she is not welcome at this restaurant chain ever again.”

Well recently, Chili’s got super meta when reps for the chain restaurant responded to a tweet from actress Jenna Fischer, who played Pam Beesly on the long-running American version of The Office:

A day after Fischer shared this photo, Brinker, the company that owns and operates Chili’s, posted a message to its homepage revoking the ban on the Office character: 

“Effective immediately, Chili’s® Grill & Bar has removed the longstanding ban on a Scranton, Pennsylvania woman who allegedly caused a disturbance during a company awards party held at a Chili’s near the Pennsylvania town of Scranton.” 


Image: NBC Studios

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