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Kids, How I Met Your Mother is back. Oh, and How I Met Your Mother is BACK.
Plus: Not a lot of people watched ABC's comedies, Necessary Roughness is officially renewed, and a California legend passes away.
Our look at the greatest TV things of the year kicks off with a dog, some explosions, and battles between two sets of perfectly matched foes.
The last episode of 2012 showed us that the series is ready to take action... and so is Barney Stinson.
Some of HIMYM's best episodes have dealt in misdirection, and I have a hunch that "The Over-Correction" was one such episode.
Also coming to The Eye: rookie drama Golden Boy and spring editions of Survivor and The Amazing Race.
"Lobster Crawl" not only pushed the series’ story ahead, it also managed to right a few of this season's wrongs.
"Twelve Horny Women" was an enjoyable episode with the HIMYM gang, calling back to the days when these guys were still fun to hang out with.
"The Stamp Tramp" wasted one of the precious few episodes of HIMYM that we have left, failing to advance any plots, develop any characters, or answer any questions.
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.
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