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'The Office' Stars Finally Reveal The Famous Sperm Donor For Jan's Baby
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'The Office' Stars Finally Reveal The Famous Sperm Donor For Jan's Baby


Recall in the U.S. adaptation of "The Office," when Jan Levinson admits to Michael Scott that she's pregnant with a child she considered from a sperm contributor while they were still attached?

Indeed, in the most recent scene of entertainers Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey's "Office Ladies" webcast, the pair at last uncovered the (anecdotal) personality of the benefactor.

It was ...

Tennis star Andy Roddick!

Truth be told.

The first shooting draft for the Season Four scene "Farewell Toby" included Jan (played by Melora Hardin) telling Michael (played by Steve Carell) the character of the dad of her unborn child was the now-resigned tennis extraordinary, said Fischer and Kinsey (who played Pam Beesly and Angela Martin on the long-running show).

Be that as it may, the detail didn't make it to air or the erased scenes.

Kinsey clarified what was cut from the show:

Jan looks to Michael like she's anticipating that he should be extremely dazzled. What's more, Michael says, 'The tennis player?' And Jan says, 'All things considered, it's somewhat more than that. He's the 6th positioned major part on the planet and he's won four thousand pummels.' And Michael says, 'That is a ton of fabulous hammers, I estimate.' And Jan says, 'And he's a philanthropic — something with vagrants.' And Michael is peaceful and Jan goes, 'Michael?' And Michael says, 'Can I simply stay here briefly without more things coming into my head?'

Roddick was companions with entertainer Rainn Wilson, who played Dwight Schrute, and would visit the set, Fischer reviewed.

"I need to envision that the explanation they composed it as being Andy Roddick's sperm was a smidgen of a gesture to Andy, who has an astonishing funny bone," she added. "I'm so dismal for the good of he that this didn't remain in the scene."

"Fantastic," Fischer said. "Fantastic."

The disclosure comes at the 42-minute imprint here:

What's more, remember the scene here:
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