John Krasinski reveals the souvenir he stole from The Office set

John Krasinski, who played Jim Halpert on the hit NBC sitcom The Office for nine seasons, finally confessed to stealing a prized prop from the set on his last day of filming. During an appearance on the rewatch podcast Office Ladies, hosted by his former co-stars Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey, Krasinski reminisced about the emotional final moments of filming. He described how creator Greg Daniels took the cast to shoot a scene at Poor Richard's pub, a frequent hangout for the characters on the show.

After filming the scene, Krasinski recalled Daniels announcing, "That's the end of The Office." Krasinski described the moment as "the scariest, most beautiful, horrific moment of my life."

However, the emotional farewell wasn't the only memorable event of the day. Krasinski, revealed that he took the Dunder Mifflin company sign after the crew wrapped. "I've always lied to Greg that I didn't take it, but I did. I stole it," Krasinski admitted. Kinsey, who played Angela Martin on the show, corroborated Krasinski's story, stating she witnessed him putting the sign in his car. "It was one of my favourite memories" of the last day, Kinsey said.