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Before Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog and How I Met Your Mother, Neil Patrick Harris was a child star, playing a precocious kid with a medical degree on the show Doogie Howser, M.D. It was a silly premise, but the show was quite popular. Show More Summary
The terribly funny sixth season premiere episode of Fox’s hit animated sitcom detailed how Bob and Linda first met.
New data from Netflix show when viewers commit to series like “Breaking Bad” and “How I Met Your Mother.”
Happy 10th Birthday, How I Met Your Mother! Let's celebrate by continuing to argue over your series finale! Seriously, it's been 10 years since we were first introduced to Ted...
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Let's get real, is there anything Neil Patrick Harris can't do? The actor has made us laugh till we cry on How I Met Your Mother, hide as far as possible under the covers...
Free health care, liberal views on marriage and a better appreciation of HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER’s Canadian-skewed humour aren’t the only benefits to living in North of the 49th Parallel (Read: Canada). City TV just announced that they’ll be streaming the first seven episodes of season 4 exclusively on Citytv.com. Each episode will be […]
Earlier this week, former How I Met Your Mother star Neil Patrick Harris released an NBC promo for his upcoming show, Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris. The show has been described as a variety show. That description suggests it would be in the same vein as the wildly successful variety shows from television’s... Show More Summary
Being a regular on a popular television series is often an interesting double-edged sword for actors. On the one hand, it tends to be extremely lucrative in a profession where being unemployed is much more common that actually having a regular gig. Show More Summary
Maybe Barney Stinson was right all along in "How I Met Your Mother": The real hero of "Karate Kid" is Johnny, and the bully is Daniel. This video, by YouTube user J. Matthew Turner, argues much of the same thing. In his view, DanielShow More Summary
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There have been a lot of disappointing series finales — ones that make you seriously question your life choices (I stopped going to work to watch this?). But which ones were the absolute dregs of the barrel? Reddit user ChallengeResponse made a series of charts graphing the IMDb user ratings... More »
In the fourth season of How I Met Your Mother, it’s revealed that all-around ladies man and bro Barney Stinson (Neil Patrick Harris) has a completely different view of the 80s classic The Karate Kid than most people. In Barney’s eyes,...Show More Summary
Discover how close a "How I Met Your Mother" mystery from the first season came to being revealed on one of the last episodes of the show.
Post by Jacqueline Burt Cote. Sure, Neil Patrick Harris is a world-famous star of stage and screen now, but most of us fell in love with NPH long before How I Met Your Mother, Hedwig, or the Oscars -- back when a little show called Doogie Howser M.D. Show More Summary
Have you ever found yourself on a family holiday, in a room full of distant relatives at Christmas, all eyes glued in excruciating silence on a How I Met Your Mother rerun, or at a gathering of people who can only get drunk if thereShow More Summary
Greta Gerwig could have made an obscene amount of money from that much-lamented, ultimately abandoned How I Met Your Mother spinoff, and she absolutely deserves all of it. But the fact that that project fell through also means she now has the time and freedom to do whatever she wants. Show More Summary
There’s an episode of How I Met Your Mother where Katy Perry plays a young woman called Honey because the gang can’t remember her real name. It’s not because she reminds them of the titular character played by Jessica Alba in the 2003 hip-hop dance movie. They call her Honey... More »