For the episode, see Christmas Special, Part 2. (Part 2 of the series finale).

Lee: Make a move.
Dawn Tinsley: Leave? Uh, um...we could...wait a few minutes here...
Lee: I know what you're like - you'll have too much to drink tonight and moan all day tomorrow...
Dawn Tinsley: Uh, what about Secret Santa?
Lee: Well, I'm...sure you'll cope.

Tim Canterbury: The people you work with are people you were just throw together with. You know, you don't know them, it wasn't your choice, and yet you spend more time with them then you do your friends or your family. But probably all you've got in common is the fact that you walk around on the same bit of carpet for 8 hours a day. And so, obviously, when someone comes in who you... you have a connection with... yeah. And Dawn was a ray of sunshine in my life and it meant a lot. But, if I'm really being honest I never really thought it would have a happy ending. I don't know what a happy ending is. Life isn't about endings, is it? It's a series of moments. And umm... it's not if, you know, if you turn the camera off it's not an ending, is it. I'm still here, my life's not over. Come back, come back here in 10 years, see how I'm doing then. Cause I could be married with kids, you don't know. Life just goes on.

David Brent: Chris...why don't you fuck off!

[Dawn has just returned to the party after opening her gift from Tim, a set of oil paints. She realizes that she and Tim belong together, walks up to him, and kisses him]

Gareth Keenan: Careful, she's got fiancée.
Dawn Tinsley: [turns to Gareth] I haven't - not anymore.

[Tim and Dawn kiss again]

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