After the protracted adventures of The Office's Jim and pam, comedy writers are rethinking TV romance.
The film will also star pam Grier, Michael Richards (of Seinfeld), Peter Bogdanovich, and, he says, “hopefully Lucy Liu.”
“They were periods of time, like the 70s, when you had stars such Diana Ross, Diahann Carroll, and pam Grier,” said Bogle.
If I'm honest, I think they look slightly terrifying, but pam Anderson and Heather Locklear can't be wrong, can they?
Palin's political action committee, Sarah PAC, is led by former RNC senior adviser pam Pryor.
"I should love it," said pam, with two sudden dimples dancing into her cheeks.
It will be easier, however, when I know you have squashed all about pam.
So poor pam had at last got hold of something in the nature of an animal!
It was the last straw to be classed with pam, a child of eight summers!
Brigit had not moved, and pam had seen no more than her profile as she sat down.
: a pan shot
To move the camera across a visual field to give a panoramic effect or follow something moving
[1922+ Movie studio; fr panorama]