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If I were Lily Aldrin, I would be glaring at this week's episode of How I Met Your Mother and uttering, "You sonofabeetch."
HIMYM has been all over the place in this still very young season, but "The Autumn of Breakups" showed a few signs that it's ready to get things back on track.
Today we honor the seventeenth-century flop with a look at five TV characters who seem to always end up involved in failed plots.
Putting aside ratings for a moment, which network instantly gives you a good or bad feeling just from hearing its name?
When we get into the discussion of what makes a great series finale, one of the things often pushed aside is the fact that, like shows, not all conclusions are not equal.
TV networks are starting to postpone the original programing they had scheduled for tonight due to the storm's presence on the Eastern Seaboard.
Plus: Howie Mandel is back on your TV, HIMYM is hosting a Buffy reunion, and a Coke vs. Pepsi drama?
Getting cast on a reality TV show used to be the death-knell for an actor's career. Now, not so much! Here are at least seven current TV actors who started off on reality shows.
This week's episode didn’t really advance the HIMYM mythology, but it was a lot of fun.
This week's episode didn't really go anywhere.
When this episode began, I thought we were in for 22 minutes' worth of treading water. The last five minutes sure proved me wrong.
Ted's usually the one who gives big speeches on this show, but "Farhampton" turned the tables on him, making him the audience for a speech that would change his life.
In preparation for tonight's premiere, let's take a quick look at where we left off in Season 7 and what's ahead in Season 8.
Let’s look back at the many women Ted has wooed over the past seven years who aren’t the show's titular mother and categorize them accordingly, from "never had a chance" to "could've been the one."
Plus: The Newsroom finishes strong, ex-SNLer Abby Elliott has her first new job, and demon spawn curses the Earth to kill us all.
Plus: Fake reality show Joe Schmo is returning, final Olympis numbers are in, and casting news for Bob Odenkirk, Seth Green, and Kathryn Erbe.
Plus: CBS dumps dating show 3, American Horror Story has a Season 2 suffix, and Up All Night will undergo major changes.
Plus: How I Met Your Mother brings back an ex of Ted's, R.I.P. to a Desperate Housewives actress, and a Battle Royale TV show?
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