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Poster for How I Met Your Mother (2005).


ID eIg
Entry type TV Series
Genres comedy, romance
Countries USA
Languages en
Duration 25 min
External links wikipedia , imdb , omdb
Poster for episode Pilot.


When Ted's best friend Marshall proposes to his girlfriend, Lily, Ted realizes he'd better get a move on if he hopes to find true love. Ted soon meets Robin in a neighborhood bar, immediately becomes smitten and scores a first date. But when Ted can hardly wait to see her again, his eagerness threatens to scare her away.

Poster for episode Purple Giraffe.

Purple Giraffe

In a desperate attempt for a second date, Ted invites Robin to a party he is throwing. However, she doesn't show up and he keeps throwing parties in the hopes she will finally arrive.

Poster for episode Sweet Taste of Liberty.

Sweet Taste of Liberty

Ted agrees to let Barney spice up his love life, and ends up on a crazy adventure of flying to Philadelphia, encountering the law and visiting the Liberty Bell.

Poster for episode Return of the Shirt.

Return of the Shirt

Ted's outlook on his continuing search for love is altered when he rediscovers a shirt that has not seen daylight in years. Meanwhile, Barney amuses himself by coaxing Robin into sacrificing her job by saying completely outlandish things on air live for a cash reward.

Poster for episode Okay Awesome .

Okay Awesome

Ted and Barney start checking out the club scene with their friend Robin, whereas Lily and Marshall try to participate in some more "grown-up" activities, as they draw slowly nearer to their wedding.

Poster for episode Slutty Pumpkin.

Slutty Pumpkin

Ted makes his yearly pilgrimage to the rooftop Halloween party in search of a girl dressed as a pumpkin who he met years ago. Meanwhile, Robin is dumped after driving her new boyfriend away with her independent ways.

Poster for episode Matchmaker.


When a matchmaker with a 100% success rate turns Ted away because he is not compatible with any of the available women in her database, he is still determined that he is going to find his match. After getting information from the matchmaker’s computer, Ted pays a visit to a very cute, but taken, dermatologist in an effort to prove the prediction wrong that there are no women out there for him. Meanwhile, Marshall and Lily are obsessed with ridding their apartment of a critter.

Poster for episode The Duel .

The Duel

As Lily becomes more of a permanent fixture in the apartment, Ted feels like he is being edged out of the mix by his engaged roomies. Petrified of being left alone and homeless, Ted tells Marshall that when he and Lily are married, he wants the apartment. The problem is that Marshall wants to keep the place too, so they settle it like real "grown-ups" -- launching into a sword fight that leaves one man down for the count.

Poster for episode Belly Full of Turkey.

Belly Full of Turkey

Ted and Robin are surprised to run into Barney when they volunteer at a homeless shelter on Thanksgiving.

Poster for episode The Pineapple Incident.

The Pineapple Incident

This time Ted goes overboard with his partying, and then must rely on his group of friends to help put himself together again the next morning.

Poster for episode The Limo.

The Limo

Ted rents a limo to take the gang out to sample five New Year's Eve parties in a quest to find the perfect celebration.

Poster for episode The Wedding .

The Wedding

Robin accepts Ted's invite to a friend's wedding, but thanks to Ted, the couple may never make it down the aisle.

Poster for episode Drumroll, Please.

Drumroll, Please

Ted finds a new woman at the wedding. They want to remember the evening so they don't exchange last names or numbers; but Ted takes a big fall when he tries to find out her name.

Poster for episode Zip, Zip, Zip.

Zip, Zip, Zip

After agreeing to take things slowly and not have sex for a month, Ted and Victoria decide that they have waited long enough.

Poster for episode Game Night.

Game Night

A mysterious tape arrives for Barney from one of his numerous ex-girlfriends, and the entire gang watches it. But, in order for them all to find out how she broke Barney's heart and made him into a suit-wearing bachelor, everyone must share their most embarassing moment.

Poster for episode Cupcake.


Things are going great with Ted and Victoria's relationship, but when Victoria is offered her dream job, the couple have to make serious relationship decisions. Meanwhile Marshall and Lily set out to purchase their wedding outfits and find out that none can afford what they bought.

Poster for episode Life Among the Gorillas.

Life Among the Gorillas

Marshall interns at the corporation where Barney works and finds that he is becoming a shallow jerk as he tries to fit in with his Barney-like coworkers. Meanwhile, Ted feels guilty when he receives several gifts from Victoria while he hasn't sent her anything.

Poster for episode Nothing Good Happens After 2 A.M..

Nothing Good Happens After 2 A.M.

Robin, who is very lonely, asks Ted to come over to her apartment after 2 A.M., but he isn't sure if he wants to go as he has a phone call on the way over with his friends, and with Victoria on his mind

Poster for episode Mary the Paralegal.

Mary the Paralegal

Robin is going to receive an award and everyone needs a date to take to the show. Barney introduces Ted to Mary as a date that Ted can take to the show. Originally Ted is opposed to the idea of just trying to save face in front of Robin but when she shows up with a date he changes his mind. Robin asks Mary lots of questions.

Poster for episode Best Prom Ever.

Best Prom Ever

Lily, Barney and Robin attend a high school prom to check out a potential band for Lily and Marshall's wedding reception.

Poster for episode Milk.


When a matchmaking company calls Ted claiming they have found his soul mate, he is forced to postpone his date when Lily asks for his help.

Poster for episode Come On.

Come On

Ted tries to keep Robin from going on a camping trip so that she can spend time with him. He enlists the help of an old flame to perform a rain dance.

Poster for episode Where Were We?.

Where Were We?

While Marshall begins his summer forlorn over his break-up with Lily, Ted and Robin couldn't be happier with their budding romance. When newly single Lily takes off for San Francisco, Ted, Barney and Robin do their best to cheer up a dejected and depressed Marshall. Despite the support of his pals, Marshall suffers a set back when he thinks Lily is back in New York.

Poster for episode The Scorpion and the Toad.

The Scorpion and the Toad

Barney teaches Marshall how to pick up women. When things start to go sour for an awkward Marshall, Barney steps in and wins the women over... for himself. Meanwhile, Lily is back from her art experience. While helping her look for a new apartment, Robin gets sick of hearing about Lily's amazing summer in San Francisco.

Poster for episode Brunch.


When Ted's parents come to New York for a visit, their weekend ends up being far from the ordinary when a colossal family secret is unveiled. When Ted, Robin and the gang spend the weekend with his parents, Ted is stunned when a family secret that changes things forever is unveiled at brunch. Meanwhile, Marshall and Lily find it difficult to control themselves when they are forced to spend time together with Ted's parents.

Poster for episode Ted Mosby: Architecht.

Ted Mosby: Architecht

When Barney tries to prove to Ted that his job as an architect is anything but boring by showing him that it is a great way to pick up women, a jealous Robin tracks down her man after hearing of his antics. After a fight in which Robin insinuates that Ted's job is boring, Barney sets out to convince his buddy otherwise. As the guys test out the pick-up line, "Ted Mosby, Architect" on the ladies, they realize it really works. But when Robin hears that Ted is parading around town picking up girls, she is hot on his heels to discover the truth.

Poster for episode World's Greatest Couple.

World's Greatest Couple

When Lily moves in with Barney, the trials and tribulations of their relationship may prove too much for Barney to handle. After Lily begs Barney for a place to stay, he concedes, but as they take their relationship to the next level, Barney is petrified that Lily has fully stripped him of his singlehood. Meanwhile, Marshall starts to enjoy fun couple activities with another man.

Poster for episode Aldrin Justice.

Aldrin Justice

While Barney makes it his job to satisfy Marshall's disgruntled law professor, Lily goes to work for Ted's architecture company and tries to teach Ted's big boss a big lesson. Barney comes to the rescue when he tries to satisfy Marshall's sexy, older and newly divorced law professor in the bedroom so she stops taking her divorce out on her class. Meanwhile, Lily takes a job at Ted's company and tries to teach the boss a lesson after he is mean to Ted. After seeing the extent that Lily is willing to go for him, Ted is inspired to pitch his own idea.

Poster for episode Swarley.


When Marshall goes on his first real date post-Lily, Ted and Barney try to convince him the girl is crazy. Ted and Barney convince Marshall to go on his first post-break-up date with the girl from the coffee shop, however, when they get a better look at her, they determine that she has crazy eyes and urge Marshall to ditch her. Meanwhile, when Lily hears the news of Marshall's date and steals a look at the pretty girl, Lily ends up being the one who's crazy.

Poster for episode Atlantic City.

Atlantic City

Its no day at the beach for Lily and Marshall when complications alter their Atlantic City wedding plans. When Marshall and Lily finally decide that marriage is what they both want, but on a smaller, less complicated scale, they head off to Atlantic City to elope with Barney, Ted and Robin by their side. However, wedding bells are temporarily silenced when a series of misadventures stand in Marshall and Lilys way.

Poster for episode Slap Bet.

Slap Bet

Ted and Barney discusses their viewpoints on knowing things about women. Barney thinks that the more you know the more likely you are to find a deal breaker. Ted wants to know the deal breakers right away, as Robin refuses to go to the mall to cover her secret.

Poster for episode Single Stamina.

Single Stamina

Barney's brother, James, visits and Robin, the only one in the group that has never met him, is surprised. But James has a surprise for Barney that he finds difficult to swallow.

Poster for episode How Lily Stole Christmas.

How Lily Stole Christmas

Ted almost ruins Christmas for everyone when, still carrying around anger toward Lily, he calls her a horribly disgusting name. Robin tends to Barney while he has a cold.

Poster for episode First Time In New York.

First Time In New York

Robin wants to tell Ted that she loves him, but she can't tell him. Meanwhile, her sister visits and brings her boyfriend, and Robin doesn't know how to react when her sister says she's ready to lose her virginity.

Poster for episode Columns.


When Ted is constantly insulted by his former boss, who is now working for him on a project, he is told to fire the man, but he finds that a hard thing to do. Meanwhile, Barney offers Lily a lot of money to paint a nude portrait of him.

Poster for episode Monday Night Football.

Monday Night Football

When a funeral conflicts with the Super Bowl, the gang vows to avoid hearing the score and watch it together on Monday. This proves difficult, as Marshall is threatened with the score by a boy in Lily's class, while doing the news puts Robin in danger of finding out who won.

Poster for episode Lucky Penny.

Lucky Penny

Ted can't seem to catch a flight to interview for his dream job, and he and Robin contemplate why. The story unfolds backwards as they they remember when Robin and Lily went hunting for a wedding dress and when Barney got stuck on the subway.

Poster for episode Stuff.


Lily gets asked to play in an off-off-off-off-Broadway play, and the gang shows up to support her. Ted and Robin get hung up on what each kept from their past relationships. Barney performs his own play to prove a point to Lily.

Poster for episode Arrivederci, Fiero.

Arrivederci, Fiero

Marshall is all set to celebrate his beloved Fiero hitting the 200,000 mile mark, but it stops. While the gang sits in the mechanic's garage and waits to hear what will happen to the vehicle they think about times gone by that they have spent together in the car, including the story of how Ted met Marshall.

Poster for episode Moving Day.

Moving Day

Barney takes drastic measures to prevent Ted from moving into Robin's apartment. Meanwhile, Marshall and Lily are discovering the ups and downs of having the apartment to themselves. Barney considers moving in with Marshall and Lily.

Poster for episode Bachelor Party.

Bachelor Party

Robin attends Lily's bridal shower and finds the gift that she brought is out of place. Barney hires a stripper for Marshall's bachelor party.

Poster for episode Showdown.


Thinking that Bob Barker may be his father, Barney is overjoyed to be a contestant on The Price is Right. Marshall and Lily try sleeping apart prior to the wedding.

Poster for episode Something Borrowed.

Something Borrowed

With everything going wrong on Lily and Marshall's wedding day, to everyone's surprise it's confirmed bachelor Barney who tries to fix it all.

Poster for episode Something Blue.

Something Blue

It's still Marshall and Lily's big wedding day but now we're at the reception. Robin tries to tell a story but keeps getting interrupted. Barney tries his hardest to figure out Ted and Robin's secret.

Poster for episode Wait For It... .

Wait For It...

We pick up from last year. Robin shows up with a date and this motivates Ted to 'get back out there'. We also learn/learned something major about 'the Mother'.

Poster for episode We're Not from Here.

We're Not from Here

Ted and Barney pretend to be visitors to New York City to pick up women. Robin is still dating Gael. Marshall and Lily prepare letters to each other to be read after their death.

Poster for episode Third Wheel.

Third Wheel

Ted's new attitude attracts women in the present and one from his past. The rest of the gang pulls together to help him make the most of the situation.

Poster for episode Little Boys.

Little Boys

Barney and Ted fight over getting the same girl; Robin pretends to like her new boyfriend's son.

Poster for episode How I Met Everyone Else.

How I Met Everyone Else

Amid sharing stories with her about how members of the gang met each other, Ted's hot new girlfriend has a reaction to the meeting that gets her a high ranking on Barney's crazy scale.

Poster for episode I'm Not That Guy.

I'm Not That Guy

Marshall has to contemplate giving up his plan of using his law degree to help the planet when he's courted by a major firm; Lily reveals a secret to Robin that not even Marshall knows; Ted discovers a porn actor is using his name.

Poster for episode Dowisetrepla.


Marshall and Lily's plan to buy an apartment is hampered by mistakes and Lily's hidden debt; Barney claims to love commitment to seduce a girl.

Poster for episode Spoiler Alert.

Spoiler Alert

Marshall awaits his bar exam results; Ted introduces his latest girlfriend to the gang, who all see the flaw that Ted has missed.

Poster for episode Slapsgiving.


As Marshall and Lily prepare to host their first Thanksgiving as husband and wife, Barney eyes Marshall's Slap Bet Countdown Clock website with dread. Marshall has a gift for everyone.

Poster for episode The Yips.

The Yips

When Barney loses his way with women, he hopes a trip to the Victoria's Secret Fall Fashion Show will help him regain his form. Marshall deals with a taskmaster of a trainer at a gym.

Poster for episode The Platinum Rule.

The Platinum Rule

Ted's upcoming date with his doctor leads the gang to give him their own examples of why dating someone you already see regularly is a bad idea. Marshall and Lily want a couple to be friends with. Barney's last venture endangers the group's hangout.

Poster for episode No Tomorrow .

No Tomorrow

Ted lives like there's no tomorrow during a St. Patrick's Day celebration with Barney. Lily and Marshall spend the evening at their new apartment with Robin.

Poster for episode Ten Sessions .

Ten Sessions

Ted pursues a woman named Stella, but only gets attention from her receptionist Abby.

Poster for episode The Bracket .

The Bracket

Barney's efforts to hook up with women are being thwarted by a mysterious woman from his past. Barney and the gang must sift though his many past flings in an attempt to find out who she is.

Poster for episode The Chain Of Screaming.

The Chain Of Screaming

After Marshall witnesses a work buddy get yelled at after handing in a report, he becomes paranoid that the same will happen to him.

Poster for episode Sandcastles in the Sand .

Sandcastles in the Sand

Robin's musical past emerges again as the group learns of someone named Simon from Robin's past. As Barney searches for more Robin Sparkles memorabilia, Ted spends more time with Stella.

Poster for episode The Goat .

The Goat

After Barney sleeps with Robin he hires help to find a loop hole in "The Bro Code" that will let him off the hook.

Poster for episode Rebound Bro .

Rebound Bro

Barney gets a new wingman, and Ted discusses taking the next step with Stella.

Poster for episode Everything Must Go.

Everything Must Go

Marshall and Lily need money to fix their apartment's crooked floor. Meanwhile, Barney and Abby go to the bar to flaunt their relationship in Ted's face.

Poster for episode Miracles .


Ted is in a car accident that prompts Marshall to talk about miracles. Everyone flashbacks to prior moments in their lives.

Poster for episode Do I Know You?.

Do I Know You?

Stella has to give Ted an answer. Barney wants to say something to Robin.

Poster for episode The Best Burger in New York.

The Best Burger in New York

A "burger-mad" Marshall is on a quest to find the place where he ate the first hamburger he ever had in New York.

Poster for episode I Heart NJ.

I Heart NJ

When Stella's babysitter cancels, a night out turns into the gang hanging out at her place, and Ted talks up New Jersey—until he learns Stella wants him to move there after marriage.

Poster for episode Intervention .


When Ted is packing his stuff for his move to New Jersey, he discovers that the gang was going to hold an intervention for his engagement to Stella and demands they hold it anyway.

Poster for episode Shelter Island .

Shelter Island

Deciding to wed in three days, Ted and Stella suddenly see their plans shattered by exes.

Poster for episode Happily Ever After .

Happily Ever After

A chance sighting of Stella leads to the gang contemplating ways in which they'd handle an unwanted encounter with a person from their past.

Poster for episode Not a Father's Day .

Not a Father's Day

Barney creates a holiday to celebrate not being a father. Meanwhile, Lily and Marshall are considering having a baby, but Lily first wants advice from Ted and Robin.

Poster for episode Woooo! .


A birthday party for one of Lily's co-workers leads to Robin connecting with a group of single partiers known as the "Woo Girls". Ted presents a plan for Goliath National Bank's new HQ.

Poster for episode The Naked Man .

The Naked Man

The gang learns a new way to get their dates to sleep with them after Ted walks in on Robin's date sitting naked on the couch.

Poster for episode The Fight .

The Fight

Ted—to prove he's not a milquetoast—and Barney—to impress Robin—pick a fight with a group of guys sitting in the gang's favorite booth at MacLaren's.

Poster for episode Little Minnesota .

Little Minnesota

Marshall takes Robin to a bar with a Minnesota theme. Ted attempts to keep his visiting sister away from Barney.

Poster for episode Benefits .


Robin and Ted explore "friends with benefits" while living together. Marshall has trouble with a few reality TV stars.

Poster for episode Three Days Of Snow .

Three Days Of Snow

A blizzard hits New York City, threatening a tradition of Marshall and Lily's and leaving Ted and Barney to keep MacLaren's doors open.

Poster for episode The Possimpible .

The Possimpible

Robin relies on a video résumé prepared by Barney to land a job in broadcasting before facing deportation back to Canada. Marshall suffers from 'dancer's hip'.

Poster for episode The Stinsons .

The Stinsons

Suspecting he has a secret girlfriend, the gang follows Barney when he leaves MacLaren's and discovers he seemingly has been keeping a family secret from them.

Poster for episode Sorry, Bro.

Sorry, Bro

Ted's college girlfriend reenters his life and leaves Marshall and Lily remembering how much they hated her, while Barney tries to steer the storytelling towards Marshall's forgetting his pants at work that day.

Poster for episode The Front Porch .

The Front Porch

Ted is shocked to learn that Lily is responsible for many of his breakups with ex-girlfriends—including Karen. Meanwhile, Marshall defends his wearing of a nightgown to bed.

Poster for episode Old King Clancy .

Old King Clancy

Marshall and Barney lie to keep Ted from finding out the headquarters he'd been hired to design for GNB has been cancelled. The gang try to decipher the story of a celebrity encounter Robin once had.

Poster for episode Murtaugh .


Barney attempts to complete in a single day all the tasks from a list Ted made to prove the gang's not too old to do them. Meanwhile, he challenges Ted to complete a list of things they're too young to do yet.

Poster for episode Mosbius Designs .

Mosbius Designs

Ted goes out on his own as an architect and hires an intern to help get things started, but all he helps himself to is Robin. Meanwhile, news of impending layoffs at GNB has Marshall looking for a schtick to make him indispensible.

Poster for episode The Three Days Rule .

The Three Days Rule

When Ted violates the 'three days rule' by continually texting with a girl he's just met, Barney and Marshall retaliate by impersonating her.

Poster for episode Right Place Right Time .

Right Place Right Time

Ted explains to his future kids how a series of unrelated events led to a chance encounter with a former girlfriend. Barney makes the 200th notch in his bedpost. Marshall goes overboard when he discovers GNB has a department that can make him charts and graphs.

Poster for episode As Fast As She Can .

As Fast As She Can

Ted continues trying to land a client for Mosbius Designs, and when Tony tries to help nothing goes as planned—for either of them. Barney tries to smooth talk his way out of a ticket.

Poster for episode The Leap.

The Leap

As his 31st birthday nears, an all-nighter to try to get business has Ted realizing he may need to pursue another career than architecture. Meanwhile, Marshall tries to get him up to a rooftop surprise party.

Poster for episode Definitions .


The rest of the gang uncovers Barney and Robin's clandestine romance. Ted fights his nerves over his impending teaching debut at Columbia.

Poster for episode Double Date .

Double Date

Ted realizes his blind date is the same girl he had a blind date with seven years prior, and they use the opportunity to try to learn what they do wrong on first dates. Meanwhile, Barney and Marshall discover a Lily look-alike at a strip club—the "third doppelgänger" for a member of the gang they've found so far.

Poster for episode Robin 101 .

Robin 101

Robin thinks Barney is cheating on her, but learns he's actually getting "Robin 101" classes from Ted. Marshall tries to give away his barrel, Mabel, by leaving it on the sidewalk, but is miffed that no one seems interested.

Poster for episode The Sexless Innkeeper .

The Sexless Innkeeper

When a girl comes home with Ted from MacLaren's, but merely sleeps and leaves, Barney breaks the news that he's been used for a place to crash. Robin and Barney become the latest to suffer through an awkward "couples night" at Marshall and Lily's.

Poster for episode Duel Citizenship .

Duel Citizenship

Facing deportation, Robin decides to become a U.S. citizen, but she can't seem to let go of her Canadian heritage. Ted and Marshall take a road trip to Chicago, but Lily's decision to join up spoils the fun.

Poster for episode Bagpipes .


Barney convinces Marshall to stand up to Lily's desire he wash all dirty dishes immediately, getting them into a major fight. Ted and Robin deal with upstairs neighbors continually having sex.

Poster for episode The Rough Patch .

The Rough Patch

Ted and Marshall turn to Lily to break up a clearly miserable Barney and Robin after their own plan fails.

Poster for episode The Playbook.

The Playbook

Barney dusts off his "playbook" to help him back into the dating scene following his breakup with Robin, incensing Lily in the process.

Poster for episode Slapsgiving 2: Revenge of the Slap.

Slapsgiving 2: Revenge of the Slap

On Thanksgiving, Barney's on high alert after a slap that must be used by sundown is bequeathed to Ted and Robin by Marshall. Meanwhile, Lily's estranged father suddenly arrives.

Poster for episode The Window .

The Window

Ted's neighbor Maggie, that he's wanted to date for years, has finally broken up with her boyfriend, putting her back on the market. A letter written to himself when he was 15 reinforces Marshall's shame that he's become a corporate tool.

Poster for episode Last Cigarette Ever .

Last Cigarette Ever

The gang tries to kick the smoking habit. Meanwhile, Robin deals with her new co-anchor at Channel 1, who's clearly given up on the job.

Poster for episode Girls Vs. Suits .

Girls Vs. Suits

Barney chooses between wearing suits and sleeping with a sexy bartender. Meanwhile, Ted dates a student from Columbia and reveals she's the roommate of his future wife.

Poster for episode Jenkins .


When Marshall's co-worker Jenkins kisses him, he can't get Lily to believe it happened. Robin discovers she's the subject of a drinking game played by people watching her talk show.

Poster for episode The Perfect Week.

The Perfect Week

Depressed over their own lousy weeks—Marshall and Lily were outed as toothrush sharers, Ted mistook a student's name for a gag, and a guy won't call Robin for a second date—the rest of the gang cheer Barney on towards a "perfect week": seven girls in seven days with no rejections.

Poster for episode Rabbit or Duck.

Rabbit or Duck

Marshall and Lily set up Ted with one of Barney's discards from his Super Bowl plea for phone calls as a Valentine's Day date. Meanwhile, Robin's invited to a party by a Don, which she suspects is really a date.

Poster for episode Hooked.


The rest of the gang hopes to make Ted realize he's being strung along by a girl named Tiffany, remembering their own similar situations in the process. Meanwhile, Barney's thrilled when he learns she's a pharmaceutical sales rep, the current 'hot girl' occupation.

Poster for episode Of Course .

Of Course

Robin consults a self-help guru to help resolve her anger towards Barney and his behavior during their break-up.

Poster for episode Say Cheese .

Say Cheese

Lily's furious when Ted brings a date to her birthday dinner, and a review of her photo album shows all the girls Ted's brought to events because he thought they were "the one". Meanwhile, Robin desperately tries to take a bad picture of Barney.

Poster for episode Zoo or False.

Zoo or False

Marshall's mugging leads to Lily thinking a gun will solve her safety worries—and to him trying to come up with a way to stop her. Robin is dissatisfied with the quality of her interview show guests.

Poster for episode Home Wreckers .

Home Wreckers

Ted's repulsed by how erotically his mother's fiancé talks about her, and their wedding spurs him to take drastic action. Marshall reveals crazy things he's done and has everyone guess if he was drunk or a kid.

Poster for episode Twin Beds .

Twin Beds

A weekend away having to sleep in twin beds makes Marshall and Lily realize they might help their home life. Robin's possible co-habitation with Don makes both Ted and Barney realize they may want her back.

Poster for episode Robots Vs. Wrestlers .

Robots Vs. Wrestlers

Crashing a snobby high-society party allows Ted to show off how pretentiously intellectual he can be, while Marshall and Lily's baby talk and Robin being off with Don leaves Barney worrying for the future of the gang.

Poster for episode The Wedding Bride .

The Wedding Bride

Ted, while awaiting the inevitable discovery of what emotional baggage his new girlfriend surely carries, discovers the movie he's taken her to see is based on his relationship with Stella—but with him as the bad guy.

Poster for episode Doppelgangers .


Lily and Marshall seem to keep seeing Barney's doppelgänger, their agreed upon sign to try to get pregnant. Robin gets an offer for an anchor position in Chicago and is torn between accepting it or staying in New York with Don.

Poster for episode Big Days .

Big Days

Ted runs into Cindy, the girl he dated who rooms with his future wife. Meanwhile, Robin is still crushed over Don's decision to take a job in Chicago, and Marshall can't stop talking about wanting to have a baby.

Poster for episode Cleaning House .

Cleaning House

While helping their mother pack up her house, Barney and James find a letter that will let one of them meet his father. Robin sets Ted up on a blind date, but sets expectations he can't meet.

Poster for episode Unfinished .


Barney uses his tricks normally used to land women to try to get Ted to take a job designing a new building for GNB. Meanwhile, Robin 'drunk dials' Don.

Poster for episode Subway Wars .

Subway Wars

Robin sets out to prove she's now a bona fide New Yorker by racing the gang to a downtown restaurant where Woody Allen is rumored to be.

Poster for episode Architect of Destruction .

Architect of Destruction

Ted is approached by a beautiful girl who's upset about the landmark hotel to be torn down to make way for the new GNB headquarters he's designing. Marshall has trouble concentrating on anything else after finding out his friend Max has a small penis.

Poster for episode Baby Talk .

Baby Talk

Marshall and Lily teach themselves methods to control the sex of the baby they're trying to conceive. Robin can't stand how her new co-anchor acts like a child—and how much guys seem to dig it.

Poster for episode Canning Randy.

Canning Randy

Marshall doesn't want to fire Randy, despite his continued incompetence. Zoey signs up for Ted's class and gets his students on her side of the fight to save the hotel being torn down for the new GNB headquarters. The gang tries to learn why Robin was amidst other women doing the post-Halloween 'walk of shame'.

Poster for episode Natural History .

Natural History

When the gang goes to a black tie event at the Natural History Museum, Ted gets introduced to Zoey's husband, The Captain, while Barney and Robin compete to touch the museum's "Do Not Touch" exhibits. Lily is aghast to learn Marshall plans to accept a long-term contract with GNB.

Poster for episode Glitter .


Barney's obtaining an episode of Space Teens, the Canadian show that created the Robin Sparkles character, leads the gang to find out why Robin no longer talks to her co-star, Jessica Glitter. Meanwhile, Robin is fed up with Lily's incessant baby talk, and Ted's Ohio friend Punchy drops by unexpectedly.

Poster for episode Blitzgiving .


When a night of partying with bad-luck pal The Blitz ends up ruining Ted's planned Thanksgiving feast, the gang ends up celebrating at Zoey's.

Poster for episode The Mermaid Theory .

The Mermaid Theory

As Ted and Zoey test whether a guy and a married woman can be friends, he tries to befriend her husband as well. Marshall and Robin try hanging out alone. Barney and Lily have a spat.

Poster for episode False Positive .

False Positive

The gang enters self-reflection due to Marshall and Lily's false positive on a pregnancy test: Robin contemplates the easy high-profile game show job or the serious low-profile news job, Barney chooses between giving or receiving, and Ted gears up to be Punchy's best man.

Poster for episode Bad News .

Bad News

Marshall and Lily see a fertility specialist who bears a striking resemblance to Barney. Robin begins her research job at Worldwide News, but is shocked to discover Sandy Rivers works there and mortified when he reveals her embarrassing past.

Poster for episode Last Words .

Last Words

The gang heads to Minnesota for Marvin's funeral, helping however they can and each pondering what the last words from their father would be if he died right now. Meanwhile, Marshall is agitated upon discovering his high school bully will be the minister for the service.

Poster for episode Oh Honey .

Oh Honey

When Ted is fixed up with Zoey's cousin, it leads to her naivety earning her the nickname "Honey" and Ted realizing he has feelings for Zoey. Meanwhile, Barney tries to get to know Honey better himself.

Poster for episode Desperation Day .

Desperation Day

Barney names February 13th "Desperation Day" in honor of desperately lonely women. Meanwhile, Marshall is surprised by a visit from Lily, Ted and Zoey work through their feelings for one another, and Robin gets together with her girlfriends.

Poster for episode Garbage Island.

Garbage Island

Marshall regains his desire to help the environment, Ted encounters The Captain, and Robin wants Barney to admit his feelings for his Valentine's Day date, Nora.

Poster for episode A Change of Heart.

A Change of Heart

Barney is frightened by his growing feelings for Nora. Robin's new boyfriend exhibits canine tendencies.

Poster for episode Legendaddy.


Barney meets his father and is shocked by the differences in their lives. The rest of the gang learn their "gaps", knowledge they should have by now, but don't.

Poster for episode The Exploding Meatball Sub.

The Exploding Meatball Sub

Marshall resigns from GNB to volunteer for the environment, much to Lily and Barney's dismay. Ted and Zoey have conflicting views on the Arcadian's future.

Poster for episode Hopeless.


Barney tries to impress Jerry by having the gang pretend to have more exciting jobs to make them seem more interesting. Meanwhile, Robin has a surprise encounter with a crush from years past.

Poster for episode The Perfect Cocktail.

The Perfect Cocktail

Robin and Lily try to create the perfect cocktail to diffuse an argument over the Arcadian between Barney and Marshall. Meanwhile, Ted prepares for a weekend getaway with Zoey.

Poster for episode Landmarks.


Ted has to decide whether to openly declare the Arcadian to be a landmark, knowing one choice will further his career at the expense of his relationship with Zoe… and vice versa.

Poster for episode Challenge Accepted.

Challenge Accepted

Barney and Robin feel the urge to reconnect themselves when trying to stop Ted from getting back together with Zoey. Meanwhile, Lily and Marshall nervously await his expected case of food poisoning.

Poster for episode The Best Man .

The Best Man

As Barney gets ready for his wedding, Robin wrestles with whether or not to reveal she still has feelings for him and he and Ted remember Punchy's wedding.

Poster for episode The Naked Truth .

The Naked Truth

Marshall gets a great job offer that he fears may be scuttled by a social media background check. Ted needs a date for the Architects Ball.

Poster for episode The Ducky Tie.

The Ducky Tie

Barney risks having to wear Marshall's new ducky tie if he loses a bet, but he gets to feel Lily's breasts if he wins. Meanwhile, Ted recalls how he just made amends to Victoria for cheating on her years ago.

Poster for episode The Stinson Missile Crisis.

The Stinson Missile Crisis

Robin recounts to a therapist the events that led her to his office. Meanwhile, Ted tries to help Lily and Marshall withtheir pregnancy too much.

Poster for episode Field Trip .

Field Trip

Ted takes his architecture class on a field trip. Meanwhile, Marshall feels Garrison is too soft in his legal dealings, and Robin starts dating her former therapist.

Poster for episode Mystery Vs. History .

Mystery Vs. History

Kevin is aghast at the gang's meddling when Ted decides to go on a date without looking her up on the Internet. Meanwhile, Marshall and Lily confront whether to learn the sex of their fetus.

Poster for episode Noretta.


Everyone realizes their significant other reminds them of one of their parents, while Barney and Nora have a date where everything seems to go wrong.

Poster for episode The Slutty Pumpkin Returns .

The Slutty Pumpkin Returns

Ted finally meets the mystery girl from the slutty pumpkin costume. Meanwhile, Barney is stunned to discover he's part Canadian, and Lily's pregnancy affects her thinking.

Poster for episode Disaster Averted.

Disaster Averted

The gang recounts their actions when Hurricane Irene bore down on New York City. Meanwhile, Barney seeks a way to stop wearing the ducky tie.

Poster for episode Tick Tick Tick.

Tick Tick Tick

Barney and Robin whether to keep their one night stand a secret from Nora and Kevin. Meanwhile, the rest of the gang goes to a concert.

Poster for episode The Rebound Girl .

The Rebound Girl

Ted and Barney contemplate major life changes. Meanwhile, Robin hopes to dissuade Marshall and Lily from moving to Long Island.

Poster for episode Symphony of Illumination.

Symphony of Illumination

When Robin receives bad news, she decides to lie about it to the gang. Meanwhile, Marshall hangs Christmas decorations on the house in the 'burbs with help from his neighbor.

Poster for episode  Tailgating.


Marshall tailgates at his father's grave to keep a tradition alive. Ted and Barney start their own bar. Robin's pressed into service when Sandy is too drunk to be on the air.

Poster for episode  46 Minutes.

46 Minutes

Lily and Marshall's plan to officially move to the suburbs hits a snag when Lily's father refuses to leave. Meanwhile, the rest of the gang hits a strip club.

Poster for episode The Burning Beekeeper.

The Burning Beekeeper

Ted's spat with Garrison Cootes, Barney's encounter with a crazed divorcée, and Mickey's basement apiary all throw kinks into Marshall and Lily's housewarming party.

Poster for episode The Drunk Train.

The Drunk Train

A weekend Vermont vacation with Marshall and Lily sees Robin and Kevin discuss getting serious. Meanwhile, Barney meets a girl who seems to know his moves before he makes them.

Poster for episode No Pressure.

No Pressure

Ted tells Robin he still has feelings for her. Barney hunts for Marshall and Lily's sex tape.

Poster for episode Karma.


Barney continues his pursuit of Quinn. Ted has to deal with Robin's old room, while Robin gets a taste of suburban life from Marshall and Lily.

Poster for episode The Broath.

The Broath

The rest of the gang tries to intervene when Barney announces Quinn's moving in with him. Meanwhile, Ted and Robin clash over subletting Quinn's rent-controlled apartment.

Poster for episode Trilogy Time.

Trilogy Time

Ted, Marshall, and Barney get together to watch theStar Wars trilogy and imagine where they may be three years from now. Meanwhile, Barney and Quinn move in together.

Poster for episode Now We're Even.

Now We're Even

Barney tries to get Ted out to make every night legendary. Meanwhile, Marshall obsesses over determining about whom Lily had a sex dream, and Robin gets a crash course in overnight fame.

Poster for episode Good Crazy.

Good Crazy

The baby shower makes Marshall realize just how close fatherhood is for him. Meanwhile, Ted dates a slew of girls, all of whom bring up memories of Robin.

Poster for episode The Magician's Code: Part 1.

The Magician's Code: Part 1

As Ted and Robin try to help Lily get through her contractions, Marshall struggles to get back to New York City before she gives birth.

Poster for episode The Magician's Code: Part 2.

The Magician's Code: Part 2

At Barney's future wedding, everyone remembers when they made Ted go after a girl who'd gotten away.

Poster for episode Farhampton.


Ted convinces Victoria to take a brief detour before they leave together after she leaves her fiancé at the altar, and Barney's engagement to Quinn may be short-lived after she finds about his past relationship with Robin.

Poster for episode The Pre-Nup.

The Pre-Nup

Poster for episode Nannies.


Poster for episode Who Wants to Be a Godparent.

Who Wants to Be a Godparent

Poster for episode The Autumn of Breakups.

The Autumn of Breakups

Poster for episode Splitsville.


Poster for episode The Stamp Tramp.

The Stamp Tramp

Poster for episode Twelve Horny Women.

Twelve Horny Women

Poster for episode Lobster Crawl.

Lobster Crawl

Poster for episode The Over-Correction.

The Over-Correction

Poster for episode The Final Page: Part One.

The Final Page: Part One

Poster for episode The Final Page: Part Two.

The Final Page: Part Two

Poster for episode Band or DJ?.

Band or DJ?

Poster for episode Ring Up!.

Ring Up!

Poster for episode P.S. I Love You.

P.S. I Love You

Poster for episode Bad Crazy.

Bad Crazy

Poster for episode The Ashtray.

The Ashtray

Poster for episode Weekend at Barney's.

Weekend at Barney's

Poster for episode The Fortress.

The Fortress

Poster for episode The Time Travelers.

The Time Travelers

Poster for episode Romeward Bound.

Romeward Bound

Poster for episode The Bro Mitzvah.

The Bro Mitzvah

Poster for episode Something Old.

Something Old

Poster for episode Something New.

Something New

Poster for episode The Locket.

The Locket

Poster for episode Coming Back.

Coming Back

Poster for episode Last Time in New York.

Last Time in New York

Poster for episode The Broken Code.

The Broken Code

Poster for episode The Poker Game.

The Poker Game

Poster for episode Knight Vision.

Knight Vision

Poster for episode No Questions Asked.

No Questions Asked

Poster for episode The Lighthouse.

The Lighthouse

Poster for episode Platonish.


Poster for episode Mom and Dad.

Mom and Dad

Poster for episode Bedtime Stories.

Bedtime Stories

Poster for episode The Rehearsal Dinner.

The Rehearsal Dinner

Poster for episode Bass Player Wanted.

Bass Player Wanted

Poster for episode Slapsgiving 3: Slappointment in Slapmarra.

Slapsgiving 3: Slappointment in Slapmarra

Poster for episode Unpause.


Poster for episode How Your Mother Met Me.

How Your Mother Met Me

Poster for episode Gary Blauman.

Gary Blauman

Poster for episode The End of the Aisle.

The End of the Aisle

Poster for episode Last Forever (1).

Last Forever (1)

Poster for episode Last Forever (2).

Last Forever (2)