How I Met Your Mother (2005–2014)
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Lily is concerned that Robin is not acting appropriately on her wedding day, Ted helps Barney pick his wedding suit, and the gang watch an embarrassing movie based on Ted's life.



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In the future, Ted and his wife, while vacationing at the Farhampton Inn, have come to the conclusion that they have told each other every story about their lives prior to meeting... that is except for one, the one where Robin broke a lamp at the Inn in her room on the morning of her and Barney's wedding. The actual lamp breaking took place while Robin, her sister and Lily were playing hockey in the room, which was followed by Robin, Lily and Marshall watching "The Wedding Bride Too!" on pay-per-view, the movie the second written by Stella's ex-husband about Ted with regard to his relationship with Stella. But Lily was angry with Robin that in these activities she wasn't treating the morning as special as it should be considering that it was her wedding day. Lily went to extreme and potentially friend-busting measures to accomplish what she wanted Robin to feel. At the same time, Ted himself was helping Barney with the choice of which suit to wear for the wedding. After the five ... Written by Huggo

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Comedy | Romance


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3 March 2014 (USA)  »

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It is revealed what was Ted's embarrassing story about a thermos that Barney used to blackmail Ted in S6E18, when Robin says while watching the wedding bride 2: I wanna see if Jed can get his wiener unstuck from that thermos. See more »


Robin has always been classified as a die-hard Vancouver Canucks fan but while her and her sister are playing hockey in Robins room they both are wearing old time Atlanta Thrashers jerseys a team no where near Canada and Robin continues to wear it throughout the show, even though she is a Canucks fan. See more »


Ted Mosby: It's funny. In a moment like that, when what's really happening is too intense to deal with, sometimes it's best...
The Mother: ...To leave it unspoken and just enjoy each others company instead.
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Writers are on a roll!
4 March 2014 | by See all my reviews

This is what everyone's been looking for when the finale of the Ninth Season has started- love, love and lots of love!

From the past three seasons, HIMYM has been a collection of silly jokes, drags and a very few good moments. First half of the final season was more pathetic than ever except for two episodes. Just when we thought it is going to end on a low note, there came the episode, "How your mother met me" which just swept me off the feet with its brilliance.

After that, the show did not look back. All the episodes after that have been elegant and up to the point. And this episode, "Vesuvius" also provides everything that made this show, a hit- Rib tickling humor, Barney's exciting tales, stroke of pure love etc. Every character came back to their true self in this episode. Loved it!

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