James Lipton wants to talk to Barney.
Chris Elliott and Kyle MacLachlan return for one last time.
"That's insane," she says. Which is not a denial.
Seriously. Don't do this, show.
A pretty upsetting conclusion last night, assuming we’re all assuming the same thing.
For anyone who likes to drink, there’s some sad truth to this episode.
The ukulele wants nothing other than to sound nice.
So Ted and Robin took Barney’s disappearance in stride, literally.
"If my daughter speaks like that, I might slap her or at least shake her or something."
A fashion blogger, gay husbands, etc.
The 200th installment of HIMYM unfolded from the Mother’s point of view.
Only eight episodes left, and last night gives us reason to be a little sad about that.
From this week's episode.
The Slap Bet gets ... really romantic.
One of the show's best running gags returns.
So, the Mother. What does everybody think?
Episodes like this are why we keep on watching.
A spouse wants to move because of a dream job, while the other wants to stay to continue the career path they are on.
Entitled "How Your Mother Met Me," of course.
Once upon a time we all went out to get our drink on,
When who should walk in, but a girl with sweater tight and pink on.
What is to be thought of last night's rhyming episode?
The show's creators wrote this episode, which is disappointing, because it's the worst of the season.
It'll be called How I Met Your Dad.
Bryan Cranston returns as tyrannical architect Hammond Druthers.