"Oh, Jon and I have real chemistry," Fischer answered immediately."There's like a real part of me that is Pam and a real part of him that's Jim and those parts of us were genuinely in love with one another." Say what?!But in real life, we aren’t totally Pam and totally Jim, so in real life, we’re not the perfect match.” It turns out that we weren’t the only ones to tilt our heads at the “genuinely in love” part because John Krasinski recently denied this claim.In an interview with The Daily Beast, the actor stated: “I think that was wildly misquoted or taken out of context.
MORE: John Krasinski Shows Off Super Ripped Body When a fan called into Andy Cohen's late night show, she asked Fischer to dish on her on-screen chemistry with Krasinski and confess if it was real or just really, really great acting.The first couple of Scranton was actually in love on the set of “The Office,” and all of a sudden everything feels right in the world.As much as we’d all like to believe our favorite characters on TV were actually couples in real life, more often than not, that’s just not the case. Jennifer Aniston and David Schwimmer were just friends in real life, and Paul Reiser and Helen Hunt were never actually “mad” about each other — although, I’m sure Helen Hunt probably felt something. That concept may not have been true for John Krasinski and Jenna Fischer, though. While making an appearance on “Watch What Happens: Live” with Andy Cohen, Fischer took a phone call from a fan who asked about her on-screen chemistry with Krasinski.Last week, the news that Jenna Fischer and John Krasinski, the real life counterparts of Jim Halpert and Pam Beesley from NBC’s The Office, were actually in love during the filming of the show, took the internet by storm.Now, though, Krasinski has stepped forward to clear some things up.