While watching HIMYM if you don’t envy Marshall and Lily’s relationship (with the exception of their short lived yet devastating break up) there is something wrong with you. They are best friends, excellent parents, and partners in crime, simply put they have the perfect relationship.
Following Marshall’s career path has been painful for all of us. We just want to see him, Lilly, and baby Marvin live happily ever after! Yet, that doesn’t mean we don’t replay the episodes when he struggled to find a job and refused to wear pants. We need to get our own motivation from somewhere don’t we?
Anytime the crew ventures out to drink (other than MacLaren’s) things get out of hand and it is amazing. Seriously, some of the greatest episodes are definitely when Lily and Robin try to drink enough to make up, or when Robin turns into a “woo girl”.. you get the point.
How many sitcoms can pull off a musical number? Well How I Met Your Mother does it better than any show I’ve ever seen! I mean really they have Neil Patrick Harris’ singing skills how could it be anything less than amazing?
Barney Stinson’s antics are one of the greatest assets of the show. From believing his father was Bob Barker to his countless schemes to trick women into sleeping with him, we’re prepared for a good time when Barney says “challenged accepted!” or proclaims a night will be “legen…wait for it…dary!”
If there is one thing we can count on from the final season of How I Met Your Mother it’s excellent examples of friendship. Ted, Marshall, Lily, Barney, and Robin have had many ups and downs throughout the past 8 seasons but the one thing that has always remained true is their devotion to each other. We wish this show would never end but cheers to the final season!
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