Marshall, Barney and Ted envision what their lives will be like in another three years. Future Ted: [v.o.] Future Ted: Richard Dawson drunk. After ruining Marshall's bachelor party, Barney is nearly uninvited to Marshall and Lily's wedding, until Lily speaks up for him. I … Ted falls for a girl who is passionate about saving a landmark building that is being torn down to make room for his new dream project.

Meanwhile, Robin becomes attached to Marvin after holding him for the first time. When Ted thinks he has met a wonderful girl, the gang can't help but point out a flaw, eventually leading to a heated exchange among the group. So for all you diehard fans, here's a look back, organized by episode, at every term, theory, rule, invention, and event created by our favorite TV fivesome. The totally true stories of Barney Stinson. The Minnesota Tidal Wave: Also known as "the Robin Scherbatsky," it is a drink that contains peach schnapps, coconut rum, vanilla vodka, strawberry creme liqueur, sugar, cranberry juice, and Maraschino cherries. Barney: [speaks alien language] Every time they use this euphemism in the show, it shows them eating a sandwich. Jerk Nails: As a counterpoint to Crazy Eyes, this is the idea that men who have well-manicured nails are inherently jerks. Ted: Wait for it. On Barney's wedding day, the gang reminisces about when they encouraged Ted to chase after the one that got away. I have no idea what this means. The person who is cursed usually utters the phrase "Aww man!". Ted is reluctant to break up with his crazy girlfriend Jeanette. Nothing Good Happens After 2 A.M.: Created by Ted's mother, this self-explanatory rule is later given an exception when Ted's son is born after 2 A.M. Lawyered: A term used by Marshall whenever he uses facts to disprove another person's argument or theory. When Marshall and Lily's plans for their dream wedding go awry, Ted and the gang step in to save the day. Barney goes to extraordinary lengths to sabotage Ted and Robin's relationship as the two prepare to move in together. No Questions Asked: The idea that a person can ask their friends and loved ones to do them a favor without any questions about it. While Stella turns down his repeated efforts for a date, her receptionist, Abby, becomes smitten with Ted. Barney tries to convince Quinn to date him after realizing he has feelings for her. While Barney must choose between bedding the bar's hot bartender or his beloved suits, Ted gets one step closer to meeting his future wife. Barney: Let me illustrate. Cheerleader Effect a.k.a. This four-time Emmy winner reintroduced co-stars Alyson Hannigan, Jason Segel and Neil Patrick Harris. It shares half of a name with Backgammon, but according to Marshall, that game is trash. Ted finally meets his mystery girl in the Slutty Pumpkin costume. Robin, Barney and Ted spend the holiday volunteering. Ted tries to stop Robin from going on a trip with her co-anchor, Sandy. On the 150th episode of How I Met Your Mother, Lily's overbearing father refuses to move out of their house in the suburbs. The gang's all back in Season 5 of this sitcom, centered on Ted Mosby's hilarious single life and his search for the eventual mother of his children. Meanwhile, Barney realizes that he's in love with Robin. Ted's parents are visiting for the weekend, and a stunning family secret is revealed during brunch.

Single Guy/Married Girl Hangout Rules: Lily says that when a single guy and a married woman hang out, there are certain rules to follow: 1. And because suits are for the living, he eventually wants to leave this world the same way he came into it: naked. After noticing Barney's bizarre behavior, the gang suspects that he has a secret girlfriend. Lily moves in with Marshall and Ted, and when Ted suspects that he's being edged out of the apartment, he and Marshall decide to settle it like men. Shh! Barney Stinson is the only one awesome enough to see that the true hero of the Karate Kid movie is Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) from the Cobra Kai dojo. The gang torments Marshall after discovering a nude portrait of him. When Robin asks Barney to sell his bachelor pad so they can build a home together, Barney is reluctant and drives away potential buyers. In 2030, a father tells his children the story of his time in New York City before he met their mother. Aldrin Justice: Based on her experience with disciplining Kindergarteners, whenever someone misbehaves or is rude, Lily takes away one of his or her "toys." Marshall's game night leads to some startling and very embarrassing revelations. Woman: What's going on?

The story behind 'How I Met Your Mother's' most legendary line is even more awesome than you might think. After an alcohol-induced blackout, Ted awakens to find a strange woman -- and a pineapple -- in his bed. How I Met Your Mother Recap: To Know or Not to Know. Road Dawgs!


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