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The Final Page: Part Two ()

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Will Ted go to the opening of his new building with Robin as his date, or will he break his promise to Barney and tell her that Barney is proposing to Patrice? Meanwhile, Marshall and Lily... See more »


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Ted Mosby
Marshall Eriksen
Robin Scherbatsky
Barney Stinson
Lily Aldrin
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
McLaren's Bar Patron (uncredited)
Young Dad (uncredited)
Narrator (uncredited) (voice)
Brandi (uncredited)

Directed by

Pamela Fryman

Written by

Carter Bays ... (creator) (creator) &
Craig Thomas ... (creator) (creator)
Carter Bays ... (written by) &
Craig Thomas ... (written by)
Craig Gerard ... (executive story editor) &
Matthew Zinman ... (executive story editor) and
Dan Gregor ... (executive story editor) &
Doug Mand ... (executive story editor)

Produced by

Barbie Adler ... co-executive producer (as Barbara Adler)
Missy Alexander ... producer
Carter Bays ... executive producer
Eric Falconer ... co-executive producer
Pamela Fryman ... executive producer
Stewart Halpern-Fingerhut ... producer
Kourtney Kang ... executive producer
Matt Kuhn ... producer
Stephen Lloyd ... executive producer
Suzy Mamann-Greenberg ... co-executive producer (as Suzy Mamann Greenberg)
Chris Romano ... co-executive producer (as Romanski)
Tami Sagher ... co-executive producer
Chuck Tatham ... executive producer
Craig Thomas ... executive producer
Reid Watanabe ... co-producer

Music by

John Swihart

Cinematography by

Chris La Fountaine ... (as Christian La Fountaine)

Film Editing by

Susan Federman ... (as Sue Federman)

Editorial Department

Tamar Feder ... assistant editor
Russell Lynch ... colorist (uncredited)

Casting By

Marisa Ross

Production Design by

Steve Olson

Set Decoration by

Susan Mina Eschelbach ... (as Susan Eschelbach)

Costume Design by

Reiko Kurumada

Makeup Department

Grace Hernandez ... department head hairstylist (as Grace Leider)
Jennifer Turchi Nigh ... makeup department head
Megan Moore ... key makeup artist (uncredited)
Dana Vargas ... hair stylist (uncredited)

Production Management

Damian Baxter ... post-production supervisor
Suzy Mamann-Greenberg ... unit production manager (as Suzy Mamann Greenberg)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

Jim Rose ... associate director
Michael J. Shea ... first assistant director (as Michael Shea)
Dorothy A. Steinicke ... second assistant director (as Dorothy Steinicke)
Christopher Hyssong ... second second assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department

David Baker ... property master
Daniel Saks ... set designer
Jack Thomas ... construction foreman
Gregory Beech ... buyer (uncredited)
Jesse Harris ... set dresser (uncredited)
Chris Kurumada ... assistant property master (uncredited)
Ron Shulem ... lead man (uncredited)

Sound Department

John Bickelhaupt ... re-recording mixer
Mike Clark ... production sound mixer (as Michael L. Clark)
Charlie McDaniel ... re-recording mixer
Greg Orrante ... sound recordist
Christopher Landers ... additional re-recording mixer (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

Neil Craig ... digital compositor: Scoundrel VFX (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

Steve Blaich ... gaffer
Robert G. Lestak ... key grip (as Robert Lestak)
Ron P. Jaffe ... still photographer (uncredited)

Casting Department

Megan Branman ... original casting
Jessica Ross ... casting associate
Nikki Hoffman ... extras casting (uncredited)

Music Department

Michael Brake ... music editor
David Gonzalez ... music assistant
Andrew Gowan ... music supervisor (as Andy Gowan)
The Solids ... composer: theme music / performer: theme music
Brian H. Kim ... composer: additional music (uncredited)

Other crew

Joe Cristalli ... assistant to writers
Shannon Dietterick ... assistant to producers
Daniel Alex Esparza ... production staff (as Daniel 'Steely' Esparza)
Tamar Feder ... production staff
Kelly Harris Vaughn ... production coordinator (as Kelly Harris)
James Jimenez ... production accountant
Janet Kagan ... script supervisor
Patrick Kang ... assistant to producers
Michael Levin ... production staff
Laura Moran ... assistant to writers
David Robinson Jr. ... production staff (as David Robinson)
George Sloan ... script coordinator
Jennifer Varjabedian ... production staff
Ross Zimmerman ... production staff
Mandy Friedrich ... studio teacher (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Plot Summary

The opening ceremonies of the new GNB headquarters is soon happening, and all of Ted's friends plan on being there to support him and help him celebrate his achievement. The one friend who won't be there is Barney, who admits to Ted that he is planning on asking Patrice to marry him that evening. Barney swears Ted to secrecy. Ted however feels that Robin has a right to know if only because he believes that she still loves Barney. Ted has to decide if his vow of secrecy to Barney or Robin's lifetime happiness is more important. If he does decide to tell Robin, that may signify that he himself has finally let Robin go romantically. Marshall and Lily are able to attend the ceremony as Mickey has given them an early Christmas present: twenty-four hours of consecutive babysitting service. This time will be their first extended time away from Marvin, and they are looking forward to it. Beyond attending the opening ceremonies, Marshall and Lily plan on getting down and dirty with each other. However, they find that being away from Marvin isn't as easy as they thought it would be. Written by Huggo

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  • The Final Page: Part Two (United States)
  • 22 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia Lily's dad, Mickey, refers to him watching "Breaking Bad" in this episode. Bryan Cranston and Bob Odenkirk, stars of Breaking Bad, both played characters in this show (as Ted's and Marshal's bosses). See more »
Goofs During the moment Barney kissed Robin after she said yes to the proposal, her purse already drop to the ground. But after he put the ring to her finger, we can see that her purse drops again. See more »
Movie Connections References King Kong (1933). See more »
Soundtracks Hey Beautiful See more »
Quotes Robin Scherbatsky: [Robin has read the play entitled "The Robin" and sees Barney] Seriously, Barney? Even you, even someone as CERTIFIABLY INSANE as you must realize that this is too far! You lied to me, manipulated me for weeks - do you really think I could ever kiss you after that? Do you really think I could ever trust you after that?
[refers to Playbook page]
Robin Scherbatsky: This, this is proof of why we don't work, why we'll never work, so thank you. You've set me free because how could I be with a man who thinks that this trick, this enormous lie could ever make me want to date him again?
Barney Stinson: Turn it over.
[Robin flips page to read Step 16: Hope she says yes. Barney presents ring]
Barney Stinson: Robin Scherbatsky, will you marry me?
Robin Scherbatsky: Yes.
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