Actress Jennifer Garner shared a video of herself crying in slow motion after she and her children watched the finale episode of television series, “The Office.”
“My kids and I have spent months piled on the couch working our way through 'How to Behave as Grownups' ?, aka #TheOffice.”
Jennifer Garner at the premiere of EuropaCorp's "Nine Lives" at the TCL Chinese Theatre on August 1, 2016. | Photo: Getty Images
Garner further added that she and her children were sensitive and that they were hit hard by the final episode of the show. The actress explained that the slow-motion video was accidental, saying:
“When I realized I’d accidentally shot my farewell testimonial in slo-mo I realized: Your Monday might need this too.”
In the video, Garner revealed that she and her kids watched an episode of “The Office” daily throughout quarantine. The actress added that they had finished the series, and it gave her big feelings.
The 48-year-old actress further said that she needed a big cry and that it was great to discover that one could still be passionate about something. Garner’s Instagram page feeds many of her fans with a dose of positivity.
Ending her talk, Garner urged her fans who had heard about “The Office” to try watching the show because it was a wonderful experience. Garner signed off with one of the series’ famous lines. She said,
“Bears.Beats. Battlestar Galactica.”
The video post showed that she finally joined the series’ fan club. Though Garner was late in joining, her and her children’s feat of completing all the nine seasons of the show during lockdown is quite remarkable.
The year has been a tough one for many, but going through Garner’s Instagram page feeds many of her fans with a dose of positivity. The actress posts several viral pictures and videos of her and her kids’ moments.
In a chat with Elle, Garner detailed her activities on social media, saying that at a time when she felt like fun had zapped out of her, she forced herself to play a little, which made her feel better and more playful.
Garner’s three children, whom she shares with her ex-husband, actor Ben Affleck, have helped her with her playful nature during the quarantine. The actress revealed her kids, daughters Violet and Seraphina, and son Samuel are doing okay amid the COVID-19 pandemic and are helping with house chores.