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How I Met Your Mother ’s long-awaited and much hyped series finale turned the series' long-term title story into an elaborate con job. But at least we'll have our memories of the rest of the series. Warning: spoilers ahead
Last night's How I Met Your Mother ended up doing exactly what its angry fans thought it would do. "Last Forever" finally introduced us to the mother (and named her Tracy McConnell), showing us her fateful meeting with Ted under the yellow umbrella in the last ten minutes of the series finale, and then quickly informed us that she died of some unknown illness and Ted-as-narrator has indeed been ...
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers about Monday's series finale of How I Met Your Mother. Read at your own risk.]
Kids, in the spring of 2014, "How I Met Your Mother" aired its final episode, and part of its legacy may be its knack for long-running gags.
Like the year in which Future Ted is recounting his stories, How I Met Your Mother may have been a little ahead of its time. I think [that] the best format for this series is ultimately as a download or a DVD ? a binge-watch, co-creator and executive producer Carter Bays tells TVGuide.com. I think we should've been on Netflix, co-creator and executive producer Craig Thomas quips. Maybe people ...
That was...quite a finale.
Someone who liked the How I Met Your Mother finale (John Boone) and someone who hated it (Jenna Mullins) debate all things Mother. Spoiler alert: This is filled with spoilers. Double spoiler...
After nine seasons, the curtain is finally falling on CBS' long-running sitcom "How I Met Your Mother." But before Ted finally meets The Mother on Monday's series finale, AccessHollywood.com takes one final stroll down memory lane - from the halls of Wesleyan University to the booth at MacLaren's, and finally, the pirate-ghost-haunted rooms of the Farhampton Inn - as we count down our 10 ...
On the last day of production of How I Met Your Mother, Alyson Hannigan and co-creator and executive producer Carter Bays implored fans to get #PamFryman trending on Twitter.I am the one person who is not on Twitter. At one point, I got a text from one of my kids that said, 'Mom, you're trending,' Pamela Fryman, the show's longtime director, tells TVGuide.com. I was like, 'Is that good?' Carter ...
Whether you thought the How I Met Your Mother series finale was legendary or meh, it's over. And nobody knows that more than the people who brought you the show to begin with. Following the...
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