[S1E1] First Kiss
But the crucial point is that Cal knows Juliette is a vampire. She can just tell. So while Juliette is plotting her first kill, so is Cal, and when we return to that saucy kissing scene, we see Juliette take a bite, and then Cal immediately stabs her in the chest with a vampire-killing stake.
[S1E1] First Kiss
By the very definition of the word, Jim Halpert and Pam Beesly's first kiss occurred in Season 2, Episode 1 of The Office, titled, "The Dundies." As Dwight would scream if making this argument, "FACT."
While in a Chili's celebrating Michael Scott's annual employee awards ceremony, the Dundies, Pam has a few too many drinks (and "second drinks") and proceeds to touch her lips to Jim's lips as a mark of affection. In other words, THEY KISS. For the first time, might I reiterate! See for yourself.
Let me start by saying that Jim and Pam's kiss in "Casino Night" is and will always be one of the most magical kisses in television history. The first time I saw it I was left breathless. The second time, I screamed out loud. And the fifteen or so times I've seen it since then have all prompted some sort of physical reaction. It really is that good, but sadly that doesn't make it their first.
The "Casino Night" kiss takes place in the office after hours, seconds after Jim walks in on Pam talking to her mom on the phone. Pam's telling her mom about the life-changing moment that just occurred with Jim in the parking lot, when he said, "I'm in love with you. I'm really sorry if that's weird for you to hear, but I needed you to hear it. Probably not good timing but... I just needed you to know. Once."
On Wednesday, the official Twitter account for The Office tweeted a "fun fact" and said John Krasinski's first onscreen kiss was with Jenna Fischer during "Casino Night." In a past interview with IMDB(Opens in a new tab), Krasinski also specifically identified "Casino Night" as his first onscreen kiss, which really makes it seem true, and yet I just provided indisputable visual proof that it's absolutely not!
In Fischer's book, The Actor's Life, she reportedly writes that(Opens in a new tab) "Casino Night" was her first onscreen kiss as well, but when the recent debate sparked on Twitter, she appeared to be Team Dundies Kiss. Hmm... pick a side, Jenna!
One solid argument the "Casino Night" kiss group has is that in Season 4, Episode 22 ("Goodbye Toby") Jim references his "first kiss" with Pam in Michael's office. Michael is smitten with Toby's replacement, Holly Flax, and wants to speed their relationship along, but Jim reminds him that things worked out so well with him and Pam because they took it slow.
At the time of Pam's Dundies kiss with Jim, fans will recall she was so drunk that she wound up getting banned from Chili's "for life." She was also very much engaged to Roy at the time. Jim was definitely aware of the kiss, but it's possible that Pam was so drunk she didn't remember it the following day, and Jim felt it would be best to keep the moment to himself. If that's the case, Pam would genuinely think the "Casino Night" kiss was their first, so maybe Jim's pretending it is, too.
In addition to being a drunk cheat kiss, "The Dundies" smooch also happened in front of all of Jim and Pam's co-workers (and a sign that read, "EAT MORE CHILI"). It wasn't a particularly romantic, breathtaking, or world-stopping kiss. But it was a kiss, and an important part of their history that deserves to be acknowledged.
It's crucial to remember the events that set the Dundies kiss in motion: Roy left Pam at the chain restaurant earlier that night because he's a moron, and his decision to leave rightfully upset her. She was upset and already dreading the thought of Michael giving her the embarrassing "Longest Engagement" award for another year in a row, so when she received the "Whitest Sneakers" award instead she was so overcome with relief and joy that she kissed Jim.
It's possible she knew Jim had something to do with Michael switching her award and was thankful, but even if she didn't, the kiss definitely meant something. I get why no one ever brought it up, but part of me thinks it's kind of weird that everyone saw it and acted like it didn't happen, Jim included. In Pam's Dundies acceptance speech, she also says the iconic line, "I feel God in this Chili's tonight," which means that even God was witness to Jim and Pam's first kiss.
Of the two kisses, my favorite, and the one I so desperately wish was the first, happened in "Casino Night." But the kiss that aired on NBC first and chronologically took place in the series first happened in "The Dundies."
It's likely that Jim told Michael his first kiss with Pam happened in "Casino Night" because for him, that's the first time Pam kissed him sober and it was the more meaningful of the two. I deeply respect the decision, but if Jim and Pam's kids grow up and watch their parents fall in love in this weird documentary about Dunder Mifflin Paper Company, I'm confident they'll challenge the assertion and argue that technically, the first kiss took place in 2005 at the eighth annual Dundie Awards.
As for why Krasinski and Fischer both named "Casino Night" as their first on-screen kisses, the only two explanations I can think of are that they genuinely forgot about "The Dundies," or that perhaps they shot "Casino Night" first. On Fischer's podcast, Office Ladies, she and former co-star Angela Kinsey revealed that the episodes in Season 1 were shot out of order, so I guess it's possible the same happened in Season 2?
Now that we've looked at the kisses from all angles it's clear that "The Dundies" kiss was Jim and Pam's first. But it in the spirit of compromise, I'll declare the "Casino Night" kiss Jim and Pam's first real kiss. Are we all happy? Good!
Juliette: That was a crazy one. Sometimes when I first wake up, my heart is racing and my throat is dry. Can't figure out if the pills are making the dreams more real or the reason they're not worse. Even on good days, I still feel like I don't fit in. Like everyone else has it all figured out. The clothes they wear. The bands they like. Who they are. Who they wanna be. And I'm the only one who's stuck pretending.
Juliette: You're not my first crush. Not even my second. But this one feels different, more intense. Like I know we're going to happen. I just don't know when. It's silly, but when you're swimming around in my head like this, everything else disappears. Somehow, an hour goes by in five minutes.
Calliope: Every day, I just go through the day so I can get back home, to the only place I feel normal. With my family. When my parents first started hunting, I started having nightmares. For years, every time I'd close my eyes, I'd see monsters. Ones with claws as long as steak knives, teeth as sharp as glass. That was before I learned the worst ones always look human. I learned that from JoJo when I was 3. She's the first Guild Guardian I ever met. My parents were on assignment in Paris at the time. The Guardians were doing what I've seen them do so many times now: warding off monsters and evil spirits with special candles, bunches of sage, and strategically-placed sea salt.
Calliope: One day, I'm going to be the greatest hunter who ever lived. And these clowns will simply be known as my brothers. Theo was 12 when he made his first kill on a sweep with my dad.
After barely surviving the explosive assassination attempt on her life, Beth met teenager Carter (Finn Little) outside the hospital where he was visiting his no-good dying father in the first episode of Season 4. Arrested for shoplifting later, Carter tells the police that Beth is his guardian. Though Rip is skeptical, Beth takes the boy in, believing the ranch will help him become a man, just as it did for Rip at his age. After putting him to work cleaning stalls, Rip eventually takes a shine to Carter. Beth and Rip begin to feel that he just might be the son they thought they could never have. 041b061a72