‘The Office’ cast reunites for online wedding, first dance

Video screenshot: Cast from ‘The Office’ join John Krasinski and his guests for a surprise Zoom wedding.

John Krasinski corralled a dozen familiar faces from the cast of “The Office” when he surprised one happy couple with a wedding held via Zoom.

Having gotten ordained as a minister especially for the occasion, film and TV actor John Krasinski officiated at a video conferenced wedding for “The Office” fans John Lush and Susan Hendrick.

Their proposal had been a spin on a similar scene from “The Office,” with Lush going down on one knee to say “Just like Jim, ‘I can’t wait any longer.'”

For his SomeGoodNews YouTube channel, a Sunday night weekly show that launched at the end of March amid Covid-19 pandemic counter-measures, Krasinksi invited Susan and John’s parents to join the call, as well as their bridesmaid and groomsman.

Krasinksi did double duty as officiant and best man, with “The Office” co-star Jenna Fischer subbing in as maid of honor; country music star Zac Brown sang the new song “The Man Who Loves You The Most” as a bridal march.

The ceremony ended with a score of cast members from the US version of “The Office” — including Steve Carell, Mindy Kaling, Rainn Wilson, Kate Flannery and Ed Helms — dancing to Chris Brown track “Forever,” another homage to the show’s wedding between Jim Halpert (Krasinski) and Pam Beesly (Fischer).