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In "Slap Bet" (Season 2 Episode 9) Marshall was granted 5 slaps to be delivered any time in the future without warning. In "Disaster Averted" (Season 7 Episode 9) Marshall was granted 3 slaps of the same kind. 5 + 3 = 8 out of which 6 slaps have been executed. The 1st slap was executed in "Slap Bet" (Season 2 Episode 9) The 2nd slap was executed in "...
It's not "icksnay". It's "ixney", which is "nix", as in stop talking about it. He's telling them not to mention his real name in front of the woman he's trying to fool.
As this interview (from 2008) with co-creator Craig Thomas reveals: We've had a plan since the pilot and we actually shot a little piece of it at the beginning of season two, using the kids, because we knew if we waited until the finale of the series, the kids would have aged like six years. So yeah, part of our plan for how we want to end it all ...
Yeah this question seems to come up a lot since the Family Guy episode where Peter asked this. Interestingly enough even though it's well known that Bob Saget is the voice of the Narrator he is not credited. No reason has been given so far as to why he is the Narrator. They have even shown Future Ted in the show and he sounds just like Present Ted. My best ...
There's an episode earlier in that season (before the "Broath" episode) where Barney is going to have dinner with Nora's parents, but he doesn't want to wear the tie. He exchanges 3 slaps to get rid of the tie. The episode is called "Disaster Averted". http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disaster_Averted
From the HIMYM Wiki: Not much is known about Barney's career. However, it is known that he works for the AltruCell Corporation, then later Goliath National Bank after AltruCell acquires GNB in a hostile takeover (Episode 4x02: The Best Burger in New York) It is assumed that he is a high ranking member in the company. He has said that he ...
It's Robin: [Source] From TV Guide (May 2012): "It had to be Robin." That's what How I Met Your Mother co-creator/showrunner Craig Thomas says about Barney's big bride reveal on Monday's Season 7 finale. "There was just no other way," he tells TVGuide.com. "We always knew it was gonna be Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) and Robin (Cobie ...
According to the How I Met Your Mother wiki, the original five slaps have all been used. However, Barney offered Marshall another three as payment on a separate bet, one of which has been used. Two remain as of this date.
First of all, if you haven't seen the series finale, this answer might be considered a spoiler (it was for me, as I haven't seen the finale yet). But I'm also not going to put the whole answer into a spoiler block, so if you have fear DON'T READ ANY FURTHER. I found this very interesting article about exactly this question. It argues that How I Met Your ...
The whole episode is about people trying to impress the people from their past. Ted tries to win over the professor with his new building and Daryl wants to impress Lily and Marshall with his business. However, after Marshall and Lily turn him down, he realises "he doesn't need the validation of some people he met in college". The money he wanted to give ...
That flashback was from the Season 3 finale Miracles: Barney was crossing the street to the get to the hospital when he is hit by a bus driving the wrong way down a one way street. [Source]
The scene that resolves the bet was cut for time. In the last few seconds of the finale as aired, Ted gets back with Robin (or at least suggests it) and the show ends. But there was a scene that shows Lily paying Marshall over that bet, according to Alyson Hannigan. Hannigan took to Twitter to reveal what scenes were cut in addition to tying up some ...
He's using Pig Latin and the specific word he's saying is 'ixnay' which means 'no'.
Excert from Wikia, you can check this link for more details The Blue French Horn first appeared in the Pilot episode, in which Ted steals it for Robin after she saw it in a restaurant called "Carmichaels" and he said it reminded him of a 'Smurf penis' and she said she'd like one for her apartment. From this point onwards, Robin kept in on the mantle in ...
They appeared to be short on time, and were trying to get rid of things they had grown attached too. So throwing it out was likely easier than trying to sell, but I had the same thought. Why not sell it?
All slaps were used. In season 7 episode 9 "Disaster Averted" Barney managed to get Marshall and Lily to agree to 3 additional slaps in exchange for letting him take the Ducky Tie off. Marshall then had a total of 4 slaps which he proceeded to use 2 right away. This left Marshall with 2 slaps. Then is season 9 episode 14 "Slapsgiving 3: Slappointment in ...
Similar dialogue definitely appears in the movie in relation to Billy (DiCaprio), an undercover cop that tries to infiltrate crime boss Costello's crew. This is first invoked by his cousin, drug dealer Sean: Billy: In your line of work, if I gave you like, what, say, 10,000, what could I get back? Sean: You know what you usually say at these moments....
You're gonna have to realize quite soon that Barney doesn't believe in many things, especially early in the series. He just believes in whatever goes his way at this exact moment. Like Breno said, this special case is very close to hypocrisy, and maybe even selfishness and egocentrism. This is a typical do as I say, not as I do scenario.
Marshall was an environmental lawyer, and while he had stints in corporate law, creative license laws wouldn't have been his area of expertise. (You can read his character's bio here.) And even if Ted had easy access to the right kind of lawyer, and it actually occurred to him that the movie was a suit-worthy offense (that wouldn't just end up being an ...
The blue French horn represents Ted actively pursuing and doing anything for love. He seeks out Robin throughout the entire series, just as he repeatedly goes out of his way to get the blue French horn. He didn't stumble upon the blue French horn; he went after it. The horn also represents permanence—Ted ultimately gets it back at the end of the series ...
How I Met Your Mother is told from Ted's point of view. He didn't make the trip to Rome, so he wouldn't have a lot of details about the trip to tell to his children years later.
In HIMYM most episodes have all the characters at one place. Keeping Lilly and Marshal away from the rest of the characters would not be that much fun I guess
It is that most likely the producers shot this flash back scene back in season 7 as they had access to Katie Holmes being the slutty pumpkin in the backround during the production of the episode. They probably saved and later edited this clip into season 9 for the flash back footage, this can be confirmed by a few simple observations between the s7 episode ...
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