"The Office" has begun its final season, with the next episode ("Roy's Wedding") set to air on Sept. 27. The episode marks the return of Roy after several seasons; long-time fans of the show will remember that before Pam and Jim got together, Pam was engaged to Roy.
The episode will take place at Roy's wedding, which Pam and Jim have agreed to attend. The official description for the episode indicates that a toast given at the wedding will unearth a secret that will have Pam and Jim doing some soul-searching.
Pam is far from the first TV character to attend the wedding of an ex. Here are some memorable TV moments, when characters were guests at the wedding of an old flame.
The Daphne incident"Frasier" had multiple marriages over the years. After leaving Donny at the altar in favor of Niles, Daphne went down to Donny's office to apologize. His assistant tells her that he's at the courthouse. Daphne assumes that Donny's there because he's trying a case, but he's actually there getting married to his new fiance. Later in the series, Daphne runs into Donny at the courthouse again with yet another new fiance (but this marriage will be the one that sticks).
Oh, ScooterIn one memorable episode of "How I Met Your Mother," Lily is finally ready to marry Marshall. However, her ex-boyfriend Scooter is in attendance, and he's clear about his intention to voice his objections during the ceremony. When he's told that their ceremony won't have that traditional part, he interprets that to mean that he can just object whenever he likes.
Something borrowed, someone blueIn one episode of "The King of Queens," Spence heads to an old girlfriend's wedding intending to object during the ceremony and sweep her off her feet. Spence arrives at the wedding at precisely the right moment to object, but another ex-boyfriend speaks up before Spence can even open his mouth. Ironically, Spence's ex runs off with the guy who speaks up.
Let's partyPoor Constance. During her epic ceremony on "Party Down," her wedding gets interrupted twice. First, her own ex-boyfriend shows up to put in his two cents, then later Ron objects to Danielle's upcoming marriage.
The Hank-eringThe first season of "Californication" deals with Hank's desire to get back together with Karen. Despite still having feelings for Hank, Karen decides to go through with the marriage to Bill rather than get back together with Hank, her ex. That is until after the ceremony.