Last week, the NBC hit comedy "Superstore" aired its season 2 finale, which brought about a couple of major cliffhangers for many of the characters in the series. For one, Amy (America Ferrera) and Jonah (Ben Feldman) finally shared a kiss after two seasons worth of 'will they,' 'won't they' tension and "work flirts." The pair finally sealed their lips in the midst of all the tension brought about the tornado.

Another major turning point in the season finale was the destruction of Cloud 9 itself, as a tornado damaged the store's ceiling and most of what was inside. The ever-silent Brett, who mustered an "oh sh**t" before the tornado hit, was nowhere to be found during Dina's roll call after the tornado had passed.

Thankfully, the show has been renewed for a third season, which means viewers will get to see what will come next for Amy and Jonah, as well as Dina and Garrett and the rest of the Cloud 9 squad. What would be interesting to see is how the writers will pick up the show following the massive destruction of the store and the lives it has spun together.

Creator Justin Spitzer recently spoke to Deadline to shed some light on the show moving forward, especially as they approach its third season. He admitted that he'd like to see some more guest stars on the show, including Patton Oswalt and Fred Armisen.

'Superstore' follows the footsteps of 'The Office' and 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine'

"Superstore" executive producer and creator Justin Spitzer isn't a stranger to workplace comedy, as he has also worked on "The Office," together with "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" creators Michael Schur and Dan Goor.

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Now one thing these three shows have in common is the will-they/won't-they couple finally giving into the sexual tension and kissing their would-be partners.

"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" saw the same scenario when Jake (Andy Samberg) kissed Amy (Melissa Fumero) during the second season finale when Captain Ray Holt (Andre Braugher) was forced out of the precinct and everything seemed to be up in the air.

The same can be said for the NBC comedy, as literally everything was up in the air when the tornado struck. But as fans of the show may conclude that Amy and Jonah have finally sealed the deal, the deal isn't quite on the table just yet for "Superstore" season 3.

"This is not Jonah and Amy are together,'" Spitzer told Variety, admitting that he was even against the idea of the pair kissing during the season 2 finale because he wanted more instances of spark and tension between them in "Superstore" season 3. He added that he didn't want the show to follow the formula of "The Office," in which Jim and Pam shared a kiss during the end of its second season as well.

However, Spitzer changed his mind because of the ending, in which Amy runs over to her family and looks back at Jonah. He explained, "For that to happen, I thought she and Jonah had to have something real and something openly acknowledged."

Justin Spitzer has a guest star wish list ready for season 3

One of the more fun aspects of a show like "Superstore" is having guest stars come in. This season, we saw America Ferrera's "Ugly Betty" TV dad Tony Plana play Amy's father on the show, making for a sweet and familiar reunion that viewers appreciated.

When asked which guest stars Spitzer would like to see in "Superstore" season 3, he said that while they aren't rushing to write stories around a particular actor who wants to be on the show, he admitted that he would enjoy working with Patton Oswalt and Fred Armisen, who has also done the rounds in several comedies, including "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." Viewers will have to wait and see who's set to appear in "Superstore" season 3, which returns to television later this year.