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Against the advice of the nurse, Jim and Pam opt to have Cecelia spend the night with them instead of in the nursery, and they are kept up long hours tending to her. A sleep-deprived Pam accidentally nurses a baby that belongs to a new mom Melissa Rauch in the same hospital room. As Jim and Pam get ready to leave the hospital, Pam manages to breast feed Cecelia while Jim gets the car which is littered with parking tickets, thanks to Michael parking the car in an ambulance only zone. In the meantime, Michael sees the birth as proof that he is a successful office matchmaker.

He sets up Kevin on a lunch date with Erin Ellie Kemper , making Andy Ed Helms jealous and finally driving him to consider actually asking her out himself, to which she happily accepts as Michael looks on. At the Halpert residence, Dwight embarks on a search for the iPod only to find mold under the sink and moves in for several days while he reconstructs the cabinets.

Dwight and Angela make the final revisions to the parenting contract, but Dwight begins to have second thoughts after an encounter with Pam's friend Isabel Kelen Coleman , with whom he had a one night stand at Jim and Pam's wedding. He signs the contract, but decides to hold it off. Jim and Pam arrive home with the baby and find Dwight, but decide not to question it.


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The first part of the episode was written by Daniel Chun his second writing credit for the series after " Murder " and directed by Seth Gordon his second directing credit for the series after " Double Date ". In its original American broadcast, part one of "The Delivery" was watched by 8. Dan Phillips of IGN gave the episode a 6.

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It wasn't a home run. Joel Keller of TV Squad gave the episode a mixed review saying "As usual with most one-hour 'Office' episodes, the first half was better than the second. But even the first half of this one had some problems". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved February 8, Retrieved December 10, Archived from the original on March 7, Retrieved March 5, Archived from the original on March 13, Retrieved March 20, Archived from the original on December 29, Retrieved April 25, Archived from the original on August 26, The Office American episodes.

Schrute, Acting Manager " " Search Committee ". Categories : American television episodes The Office U. When Jim reaches his breaking point, Pam reveals that their baby is a girl, which calms Jim's nerves a bit, but then she tells him that her water broke. Since Pam and Kevin Brian Baumgartner have gotten hungry at the same times, they have enjoyed regular meals together, and Kevin prepares her one final "Ultra Feast" before she gives birth.

When the contractions appear to become too extreme, Jim, Michael, and Kevin all think it is time for her to go to the hospital.

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Pam still refuses, and finally breaks down admitting she is too scared to give birth. Jim initially assures her that everything will be all right, but goes into a panic when he's informed she is now at 2 minutes in between contractions 5—7 minutes is the suggested time to leave for the hospital. Pam finally acquiesces and Michael drives her and Jim to the hospital, with Dwight "escorting" them. Pam realizes she has forgotten her iPod with her desired birth music on it so they request that Dwight retrieve it from their house, asking that he not "touch anything".

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Pam's breastfeeding does not go well, and though a male lactation consultant Lee Kirk is summoned to provide apparently successful coaching, Cecelia still fails to "latch" properly. Against the advice of the nurse, Jim and Pam opt to have Cecelia spend the night with them instead of in the nursery, and they are kept up long hours tending to her.

A sleep-deprived Pam accidentally nurses a baby that belongs to a new mom Melissa Rauch in the same hospital room.

As Jim and Pam get ready to leave the hospital, Pam manages to breast feed Cecelia while Jim gets the car which is littered with parking tickets, thanks to Michael parking the car in an ambulance only zone. In the meantime, Michael sees the birth as proof that he is a successful office matchmaker.

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He sets up Kevin on a lunch date with Erin Ellie Kemper , making Andy Ed Helms jealous and finally driving him to consider actually asking her out himself, to which she happily accepts as Michael looks on. At the Halpert residence, Dwight embarks on a search for the iPod only to find mold under the sink and moves in for several days while he reconstructs the cabinets. Dwight and Angela make the final revisions to the parenting contract, but Dwight begins to have second thoughts after an encounter with Pam's friend Isabel Kelen Coleman , with whom he had a one night stand at Jim and Pam's wedding.

He signs the contract, but decides to hold it off. Jim and Pam arrive home with the baby and find Dwight, but decide not to question it. The first part of the episode was written by Daniel Chun his second writing credit for the series after " Murder " and directed by Seth Gordon his second directing credit for the series after " Double Date ".

In its original American broadcast, part one of "The Delivery" was watched by 8. Dan Phillips of IGN gave the episode a 6. It wasn't a home run.

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Joel Keller of TV Squad gave the episode a mixed review saying "As usual with most one-hour 'Office' episodes, the first half was better than the second. But even the first half of this one had some problems". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved February 8, Retrieved December 10, Archived from the original on March 7, Retrieved March 5,