'The Office' Cast Delights Fans By Reuniting for a Special Project

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Fans of The Office, rejoice—some of your favorite faces are back together.

Several members from the beloved NBC sitcom recently reunited for a new AT&T commercial, featuring appearances from six fan-favorite stars, including Rainn Wilson, Jenna FischerCraig Robinson, Kate Flannery, Brian Baumgartner and Creed Bratton.

In the new At&T ad shared on YouTube, the former Dundler Mifflin crew act as their real-life selves rather than reprising their famous roles from the show.

The commercial follows the actors as they launch a fictional new business venture called Sleep With Rain, a talking pillow that features rain noises from Wilson himself.

Wilson, who played Dwight Schrute on The Office, is the first to appear in the ad, telling the camera, "For years, my voice has been putting people to sleep—my mom, my wife, my therapist—so I decided to cash in."

He's then seen using the pillow for himself when former co-star Robinson, who played Darryl Philbin, walks in to ask if he's ready for their product launch.

"I'm ready!" Wilson, the founder and CEO of Sleep With Rain declares, before the scene then cuts to him showing off some of the pillow's notable features.

Fischer, the actress behind the fan-favorite character Pam Beesley, is the next one to appear in the ad, as she walks into their office space holding a set of balloons and cheering, "Happy launch day!"

She describes herself as the social media manager of Sleep With Rain, while Robinson identifies himself as being in charge of cybersecurity.

The actors are soon joined by Sleep With Rain's Head of Product, Baumgartner, who played Kevin Malone in the sitcom, as well as the "Fixer" of the company, Flannery, who is known for portraying the character Meredith Palmer.

The group is then faced with an electricity outage after Robinson accidentally crashes into their computer system, making them lose internet connection just before they're supposed to launch.

"Don't worry, we have AT&T Internet Backup," Flannery says, and  much to everyone's relief, they are eventually able to get their fictional company off the ground, thanks to AT&T's "Next Level Network."

"Soon the whole world will be Sleeping With Rain," Wilson concludes the comical clip.

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