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If The Cast Tweets Are Any Indication, the 'How I Met Your Mother' Finale Is Going to Be A Real Bawler

By Dustin Rowles | Trade News | February 16, 2014 | Comments ()


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I think that even most of the How I Met Your Mother naysayers can agree that the last run of episodes for the CBS sitcom have been remarkably good (save for that Slapsgiving episode, which was heinous). Like The Office, HIMYM seems to be coming out of a seasons-long funk as it finally approaches the end, hitting all the best call backs, answering years’ long questions, providing Ted with some closure in his relationship with Robin, and hitting several emotional highs along the way. Since Marshall finally escaped from the car trip that would never end, the show has been solid, and according to Tweets from several of the cast members who have read the finale script, we can expect a six-tissue gusher on March 31st.


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  • mzbitca

    I want someone to go back and edit the last three seasons to shorten it to what the show could have been. it's obvious that they stretched so many things out so it took them way to long to learn the same lesson 3 times. There are moments of awesome in all the last 3/4 seasons but they are split with this holding pattern stuff that just goes on way too long.

  • Enrique del Castillo

    At this point, I want the Mother to be dead. I don't care how heartbreaking it will be, it's the only thing that would live up to the hype (that or Ted is dying)

  • Two things. First, I loved the last Slapsgiving episode. Second, I still think Ted is a serial killer.

  • Mrs. Julien

    How ironic then that he refrained from designing a murder house.

  • If you live in a murder house, you don't build someone else a murder house. That's covered in week 5 of How Not to Get Caught 101, within the Serial Killer major.

  • Mrs. Julien

    [taking notes]

  • Long_Pig_Tailor

    I disagree. The best serial killers are the ones who build the murder house and then are traumatized when they later find out from the police what they helped create.

    "He what? I thought he just needed a well-concealed closet in his basement to maintain the feng shui. I never imagined...."

  • ruby

    Perhaps that's the distinction made by architect serial killers, when compared to non-architect serial killers?

  • You guys...

    If the mother is dead...

    I can't. I WILL NOT.

  • Long_Pig_Tailor

    I know there are lot of people who just can't be bothered anymore, and I wish I were one of them, but I'm not.

    Right. There. With you.

  • Lotney

    I'm trying so hard not to give a crap.
    So glad the buzzfeed of sitcoms will be over soon.

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