John Krasinki has fond memories of directing Christian Slater's bizarre cameo in The Office season 6. After becoming something of a sensation after premiering on NBC in 2005

The Office ultimately ran for nine seasons before coming to a close in 2013. The show introduced audiences to Steve Carell's loveable but childlike Dunder Mifflin boss, Michael Scott,

Krasinski's Jim Halpert, Jenna Fischer's Pam Beesly, and Rainn Wilson's Dwight Schrute. Although later seasons of the show were less warmly received, in season 6, The Office was thriving.

The Office season 6 saw Dunder Mifflin undergo some pretty major changes, including being bought out by Florida-based printer company Sabre.

Krasinski explains that Slater was the "nicest human being" and a "big fan of the show," which ultimately made the experience exceedingly positive.

The Office featured a great number of cameos throughout its nine-season run, but Slater's appearance was certainly a high point for many fans.

The Office, Slater's cameo was perhaps the best thing to come of Sabre's takeover of Dunder Mifflin. The episode also saw Krasinski hone his directing skills

The show clearly still resonates with audiences, and Slater's surprise cameo is one of the many moments that remain popular with viewers all these years later.