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Rainn Wilson shares the heart-shaped tissue note that was snuck to him by a flight attendant

Rainn Wilson shares the heart-shaped tissue note that was snuck to him by a flight attendant

Bears, beets, bare your feelings on a napkin.

On Friday, the star of “The Office.” Rainn Wilson A photo shared by sweet note Written on a napkin that someone dropped on his lap without realizing it.

“The office has helped me through some of the darkest days of my life,” the letter read. “I can't thank you enough for that.”

The letter was signed “Melanie,” followed by “Alaska Airlines Stewardess” in parentheses.

On X, formerly Twitter, Wilson expressed his gratitude for the kind words.

“I didn't even see who dropped this on my lap at PDX Airport, but I appreciate the sentiment so much, Flight Attendant Melanie from Alaska Airlines,” he wrote.

He went on to say that he was “humbled” to be part of a show that “moved, moved, comforted and inspired.” And it continues to do so!

Adding that being on a show like this is “very rare,” he thanked “the entire Office family, the cast, the writers, the crew, and especially the audience!”

However, Wilson concluded his post by making it clear to the general public that “this is not an open invitation to give me napkin notes!”

Despite playing one of the lead roles on the beloved NBC comedy series, which ran from 2005 to 2013, Wilson revealed last year that That he was “unhappy” during many seasons of the sitcom. He said that at the time he felt that the series “wasn't enough” and wondered why he couldn't have a “film career”.

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In retrospect, he felt very differently about his time as an assistant to Regional Director Dwight Schrute.

“I realize now that I'm on a hit show, getting nominated for an Emmy every year, making a lot of money, and working with Steve Carell and Jenna Fischer and John Krasinski and these amazing writers and amazing directors like Paul Feig.” He said. “I'm on a great TV show. People love it.”