Last night was one of the best episodes of How I Met Your Mother that I can remember in recent years, for two reasons. Amazingly, the significant step with the identity of the mother (45 days ahhhhh) is not one of them. Here’s what I loved about last nights episode. At the
I never thought that writing these recaps of one of my favorite shows of all time, How I Met Your Mother, would seem almost like a chore, but there’s only so many ways I can provide my own spin and thoughts on the episode when the show runners insist on
Well the Playbook came back again tonight. Joy. The showrunners of How I Met Your Mother once again manage to move the story along just enough to keep us on the hook, while constant throwing repeat joke after repeat joke to us. It’s old news at this point that the
“Yay. The Captain from Season 6 was on last night’s How I Met Your Mother! I was waiting for him to come back.”- No one anywhere ever. Yes, we are once again reminded of the awful stretch of show where Ted and Zoey were an item in Season 6. In
Well the time has finally come. After eight seasons, constant teases, and girl, after girl, after girl, How I Met Your Mother has finally introduced us to……the woman Ted dates before he meets the mother. Yup, we have to put up with one more installment of “who’s that bitch?” on
Well tonight we were reunited with one of our favorite old characters on How I Met Your Mother, Robin Sparkles (Cobie Smulders). Or now apparently she’s known as Robin Daggers. Yes in tonight’s episode we got an inside look as to how Robin Sparkles’s career came to a rough ending.
After the season started with a handful of duds, things have really heated up on How I Met Your Mother. Last week, we had the big reveal that Ted (Josh Radnor), was in fact not okay with Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) and Robin (Cobie Smulders) getting married, yet this week, that
Well last month, How I Met Your Mother gave us one of the better twists on the show in recent memory, when Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) proposed to Robin (Cobie Smulders). The big question was: where would they pick up from there? Meet the parents of course! Barney meets with Robin’s
Well that was a game changer. Last week, I called out Carter Bays and the rest of the How I Met Your Mother production staff for simply repeating senseless stories lines and delaying the inevitable to a nauseating point. This week, they made me look like an ass. The show delivered with what was without question
Every week, it gets alittle harder to write these recaps. It’s tough to see something you once loved change so drastically for the worse, but that is what’s happened with How I Met Your Mother. Here’s the worst part: it was one thing when they strung us along with useless
Tonight’s episode of How I Met Your Mother revolved around two central story lines. On one side, Robin (Cobie Smulders) is doing her best to get one more “fix” out of Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) before she can truly forget about him, but gets much resistance as Barney seems adamant about his being done
Tonight’s episode revolved around the court battle between Marshall (Jason Segal) and Brad (Joe Manganiello), in a case that would “change Marshall’s career”. Most of the time is spent on Brad working the all female jury, along with the male judge , who is quite supportive of Brad’s moves as
Well I was very curious to see where we would go tonight on How I Met Your Mother. Afterall, the “Autumn of Breakups” was now complete, so who would they use to move the story forward again? Thankfully, they used Marshall (Jason Segal), and they brought back one of the
“I heard this great definition of suffering which said, ‘suffering is wanting things to be different from what they are’. If you think about it, all suffering can be boiled down to that on some level; wanting something to be different than what it is.” Josh Radnor may be famous for
Liberal Arts is Josh Radnor’s second film where he wrote, directed and starred. His best accomplishment thus far, hiring Elizabeth Olsen as his romantic counter-part. Suffice to say, the lady is on every “up and coming” best actress list of the next generation.