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How I Met Your Mother Season 6 BEST

By the time season 6 of How I Met Your Mother rolled around, the show still had plenty of conflict and storylines to work with. Even though half a dozen years had passed since the first episode premiered, the characters had a lot of room to grow, relationships could still flourish, and some drama could very well be thrown in the mix. The showrunners clearly knew this, and thus came up with the fresh batch of episodes that made up the sixth season.

How I Met Your Mother Season 6

It was in the nineteenth episode of season 6 that it finally happened - Barney met his father. However, he was extremely sad to find out how much of a bring life he led...but what he was truly sad about was the fact that his father wasn't present as he was growing up. Season 6 really did bring the emotions out!

Before Barney found out who his father was, he and his brother James were helping out their mother Loretta cleaning up the house. Accidentally, they stumble upon a lead that might just result in finding one of their fathers.

The last episode of the sixth season of How I Met Your Mother sees an extremely bummed out Ted, dealing with the aftermath of his relationship with Zoey, that has ended due to the whole Arcadian dispute.

Nicole Scherzinger wasn't the only famous pop star that had a guest appearance on this season of How I Met Your Mother. Katy Perry starred as Honey, a lovable yet extremely gullible young lady that just so happens to be Zoey's cousin.

Ted is taken off guard with Barney offering him the chance to build a skyscraper for the next GNB headquarters. However, while Ted was embracing the architecture of the building that would be knocked down to make room for the new headquarters, he met Zoey Pierson. Throughout the season, Ted slowly finds out that Zoey will protest against GNB to protect the building that she once lived in. Once Zoey finds out about Ted being the architect, she then does her best to sabotage Ted's job to slow down production of the GNB headquarters. Although, Zoey then falls in love with Ted and relies on him to protest with her. Ted ends up choosing to knock down the historical building, which leads to their break up.

At Marshall's funeral, Barney wonders who his father is and asks his mother for his identity. The man is revealed as Jerry Whittaker, who Barney finds to be "not as crazy" as he thought he would be. Barney reveals to Jerry that he also wants to settle down someday with kids and a wife. He then meets Nora, a co-worker of Robin's, but does not want to be in a relationship with Barney because of their different relationship views.

All of Lyndsy Fonseca and David Henrie's scenes as Ted (Josh Radnor)'s future children were filmed during the first season to keep them the same age throughout the series. This includes a scene for the show's eventual final episode filmed early in the second season.

In the first season, Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) is challenged to pick up a girl in a bar by calling an ambulance. Series creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas, cameo as the actors hired by Barney to play the paramedics.

In season four, when referring to the child he hired to act as his son, Barney makes a comment about child actors having been better in the 80's. Neil Patrick Harris, who plays Barney, was himself an 80's child actor.

Alyson Hannigan was pregnant while filming many season four episodes, but the show-runners were not interested in her character, Lily, also being shown as pregnant. Most episodes used time-honored TV tricks to hide Hannigan's pregnancy, including baggy tops and giant handbags, but the episode How I Met Your Mother: The Possimpible (2009) showed Hannigan's pregnancy bump in the context of a subplot in which Lily wins a hot dog-eating contest and has a comically distended stomach afterward. A similar visual gag was used in the sitcom Titus (2000) several years earlier. Actress Cynthia Watros was pregnant during the show's second season, although her character "Erin" was not meant to be pregnant. So, in addition to the "time-honored TV tricks" being used to hide Watros' pregnancy, a flashback scenario was used in one episode that showed her character Erin winning a pie-eating contest and her actual pregnant belly was shown afterwards. After Hannigan told the show-runners that she was pregnant, Cobie Smulders discovered that she was also pregnant. Neither of the characters they play were pregnant on the show, so the costumers had the job of simultaneously hiding the pregnancies of the series' two main female actors.

Jason Segel was cast for the role of Marshall Eriksen because of his work on the short lived television show Freaks and Geeks (1999), of which HIMYM creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas were huge fans. Besides Segel, other three actors from the "Freaks and Geeks" cast appeared on the show. Samm Levine played Phil on season 1 episode 5, "Okay Awesome", Martin Starr played Kevin on season 1 episode 8, "The Duel", and Busy Philipps played Rachel on season 3 episode 3, "Third Wheel".

Both Alyson Hannigan (Lily) and Cobie Smulders (Robin) were pregnant during the fourth season, so their characters are seen wearing loose clothing, and holding large objects to cover their stomachs.

In season 8 episodes 11 & 12 the new GNB building opens up, however they never seem to move into the building. All episodes after that with scenes at GNB still show Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) in his same office.

The season 7 finale Magicians Code Pt. 2 is considered by many fans as the spiritual ending to the show even though it leaves some unanswered questions. The episode provides enough closure and is a much happier ending that fans have accepted it as a better series finale

Jennifer Morrison (Ted's girlfriend Zoey in season 6), Anne Dudek (Ted's girlfriend Natalie in season 1) and Kal Penn (Robin's boyfriend Kevin in season 7) also had starting roles in another show, House (2004), as Cameron, Amber and Kutner, respectively.

In season 6 episode 4 (Subway Wars) Ted (Josh Radnor) points out the Arcadian Hotel to the bus driver. The next episode (Architect of Destruction) is where he finds out that is the spot of the new GNB headquarters and it will be torn down.

In season 6 episode 6, Marshall is talking about a girl named Tara he knew back in high school. Marshall's school is shown in the flashback and it has Quebec's provincial flag on the post and a official blue government building identification panel next to the door. It's actually a provincial health management office in Montreal.

The mother's first name is already mentioned in season 1 episode 9, when a stripper tells Ted (Josh Radnor) she's called Tracy and Ted's off-voice tells his children 'this is the true story of how I met your mother'. The kids' shocked reaction reveals that it's the real name of their mother.

An on-going joke in the show is that nobody ever finds out what Barney (Neil Patrick Harris)'s job is. Every time the gang ask him he sarcastically replies, 'Please'! In the final season, it is revealed that PLEASE actually stands for Provide Legal Exculpation And Sign Everything.

In the season 7 episode How I Met Your Mother: Good Crazy (2012), Ted (Josh Radnor) starts up online dating and finds a girl that seems to be perfect for him. However, after emailing her, it's revealed to be Barney (Neil Patrick Harris), simply testing Ted. If you pause it and read "the girl's" description, you'll see Barney actually address Ted at the very end of the description.

Before being picked up for another season, the writers planned for Victoria (Ashley Williams) to be the mother. The show would end with the shot of her at Claudia (Virginia Williams) and Stuart (Matt Boren)'s wedding followed by Ted (Josh Radnor) saying, 'and that's how I met your mother'.

The show's opening theme song and the photos displayed during it differ in only four episodes throughout nine seasons. How I Met Your Mother: Hopeless (2011) shows the main characters playing various instruments, How I Met Your Mother: Bedtime Stories (2013) is played to the tune of a music box, How I Met Your Mother: 46 Minutes (2012) excludes Lily (Alyson Hannigan) and Marshall (Jason Segel) after they move to the suburbs with new photos of Ted (Josh Radnor) and Robin (Cobie Smulders) looking annoyed with Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) and How I Met Your Mother: How Your Mother Met Me (2014) shows Tracy (Cristin Milioti) with several of her friends. How I Met Your Mother: 46 Minutes (2012) has a second version later in the episode to a Russian theme with Stripper Lily and her boyfriend. The intro to 46 minutes at the beginning of the show is also altered because Barney sings the theme song and declares himself the leader of the group.

In season 09 episode 05, there is a flashback scene where Ted is dressed as a "thank you note" for halloween. In the background you can see the slutty pumpkin, the female character Ted has been looking for every halloween. Ironically it's the one year Ted did NOT dress as a "hanging chad", a costume Ted wore every year so that when the slutty pumpkin re-visists the party, she'll know it's Ted.

The character of Ranjit speaks fluent Persian (Farsi). In "The Goat" he says to Barney was "na mard, na looti, na rafigh; akhe age oon doost dokhtare man bood ke..." Roughly translated, this means: "Inhuman, traitor, non-friend; if she was my ex-girlfriend, I would put my hands around your neck...". In "Rabbit or Duck", he says "Morrghabe mitoune shena kone, morrghabe mitoune ghadam bezane, morrghabe mitouneh parvaz kone, baba az in heyvoune badbakht chi mikhay?" which translated means: "Ducks can swim, ducks can walk, ducks can fly, dude what more can you ask from this poor animal?"

The Mother's name was actually spoken in the first season at the end of the episode How I Met Your Mother: Belly Full of Turkey (2005) when Ted (Josh Radnor) meets a stripper named Tracy (Katie Amanda Keane). This explains why his kids believed him when he faked them out saying she was their mother.

In the end of How I Met Your Mother: Sandcastles in the Sand (2008), Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) and Robin (Cobie Smulders) hook up for the first time after Robin is dumped by Simon (James Van Der Beek) and invites Barney to watch the music video after which they have sex. In the 5th season in the episode How I Met Your Mother: The Rough Patch (2009), Barney and Robin break up and Barney discovers that Robin had an embarrassing T.V show according to Alan Thicke. He then storms out of the bar to find it, this shows that what started from a Robin Sparkles video ended on a Robin Sparkles video. 041b061a72


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