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Jim tearfully walks away, later kisses her in the office, and the season ends. Though in later seasons, after Ryan Howard's promotion, the relationship between him and Jim seems to be tense, in earlier seasons the two seem to be friendly.
In the third season premiere "Gay Witch Hunt", it is revealed that he did transfer to Stamford despite the fact that Pam has called off her wedding and he clearly still harbors intense feelings for her. In "Casino Night", they are shown talking, laughing and drinking together.
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After Dunder Mifflin is bought by Sabre Corporation, Jim is very briefly the sole regional manager of the branch, before returning to the Sales department until his termination in the series finale.
He also appears to like alternative rock, soft rock, and the band Snow Patrol as Jim uses "Open Your Eyes" as the background music for the video that he shows to Pam of their past history on the documentary in the episode "A. Like his father, Jim suffers from high blood pressure, as revealed in the episode "Pam's Replacement." Though Jim loves to play pranks on Dwight, he is shown to have some things in common with his nemesis, such as a knowledge of comic books and an appreciation for the sci-fi/fantasy genre; as demonstrated in "Take Your Daughter to Work Day" when Jim and Dwight correct Michael on details about Superman and Aquaman. Prior to getting engaged to Pam, Jim previously drove a 2008 Saab 9-3, 2006 Subaru_Impreza_(second_generation)#Saab_9-2X and 2005 Toyota Corolla. He is adamant throughout the series about his job as a salesman at Dunder Mifflin Paper being a temporary one, saying, "Right now, this is just a job. And if this were my career, I'd have to throw myself in front of a train." This outlook is most apparent in the elaborate pranks that he plays on his workmates, primarily Dwight, as well as his sarcastic remarks and facial expressions to the film crew and his provoking comments during often ridiculous employee meetings.
However, he succeeds professionally and is consistently one of the best salesmen.
The offer to Jim to be Assistant Regional Manager stands, though now at Scranton.
Jim is at first unwilling to return to Scranton because of Pam but eventually decides to do so.
His character serves as the intelligent, mild-mannered straight man role to Michael, although it is also defined by a rivalrous pranking on fellow salesman Dwight Schrute and a romantic interest in receptionist Pam Beesly, whom he begins dating in the fourth season, marries in the sixth, and has children with in the sixth and eighth.