1. Michael Scott
After his brief return in the finale, Michael Scott’s lovable, oblivious hilarity captures the imagination of Southeast Asia. Taking advantage, he begins to produce his Michael Scarn movies, becoming an unintentional comedy star in the region. He’s never felt so loved.
2. Jim and Pam
After touring around the country in an effort to sell Jim’s startup, they decide to settle in San Francisco. Jim takes a job in social media marketing and becomes the famous ghostwriter of a Twitter called @TheDwightSchrute. Pam, inspired by the local arts scene, starts painting again, and launches a mildly successful Etsy shop.
3. Dwight and Angela
They have seven children together, all of whom Angela home schools. Under Dwight’s management, Dunder Mifflin reaches new sales heights – thanks to paper made from the skin of beets.
A bluegrass and a capella sensation, Andy Bernard launches a long career in music, though his efforts to make the jump to film are stymied by his anger on set, which are captured on TMZ.
Quits Dunder Mifflin, opens up his own Soul Cycle. It’s a huge hit. There, he meets Lance Armstrong; they get married months later in New York.
Michael casts Toby as the bad guy in the Michael Scarn films. He becomes the most hated man in Southeast Asia.
After successfully selling his business with Jim, Darryl hangs on as CEO. He proves a hit in the business and sports world, and ends up buying the 76ers.
He hires Ryan as his intern.
His blog, www.creedthoughts.gov/www/creedthoughts, gets a book deal. It never gets published, because his mission on earth is completed and he’s beamed back to the alien space craft before he finishes it.
She leaves Dunder Mifflin after the reunion, pursuing her true passion as a topless rollerskating waitress. She excels.
10. Erin and Pete
Still working at Dunder Mifflin. They have adopted three children from an orphanage.
Vance Refrigeration goes out of business after swimming upstream against cheaper products from abroad. However, Phyllis wins the lottery, and then invests in the Michael Scarn movies. She makes bank and moves to Florida, where she opens a wildly successful salon. She has a season’s pass to Disney World; she prefers Epcot for all the delicious ethnic food.
Heads back to England to audition for Downton Abbey. Doesn’t go so well, as she meets a magician on a neighboring set and freaks out.
The new assistant to the regional manager, Dwight Schrute.