How I Met Your Mother gave us a heavy helping of Robin Sparkles. “PS I Love You” was all about her, and also addressed Ted’s latest dating disaster. While waiting for Sparkles' return, the show was renewed for its ninth and final season!
How I Met Your Mother is batting a thousand this year—so far. “Ring Up” saw our newly betrothed couple wrestling with reality now that they’ve made a commitment. The writers also reignited our love of something that’s been gone far too long. Trust us, you won’t want to miss reconnecting with a certain someone.
For How I Met Your Mother the future is now. “Band or DJ” tackled Barney and Robin’s impending nuptials and Marvin’s pesky constipation. After eight years, was last night’s episode enough to hook us for season nine?
The first eight minutes of How I Met Your Mother set high standards for the rest of the episode. Luckily, the hour-long presentation of “The Final Page Part One” and “The Final Page Part Two” lived up to its hype. Guest stars Seth Green and Peter Gallagher distinguished themselves on a night full of important moments. It was...
Last night's How I Met Your Mother taught us one thing: friendship means never having to return your friend's belongings. Also, “The Over-Correction” focused on Robin’s obsession with Barney. Are the writers any closer to giving us what we want?
Monday's How I Met Your Mother made up for the sins of last week. “Lobster Crawl” focused on Robin’s need for Barney. As the season progresses, all we want is for them to get together and more info on the mother.
Last night, How I Met Your Mother returned to its old ways. “Twelve Horny Women” focused on Marshall’s court case and an argument between the gang that felt like every other one. As season eight soldiers on, the show's falling into a pattern we don’t like.
Last night’s How I Met Your Mother broached a new topic, without saying the word. In one way or another, “The Stamp Tramp” focused on growth for all the characters. So how will watching them mature prepare viewers for changes to come?
Last night on How I Met Your Mother, the autumn of break-ups came to a close. “Splitsville” focused on the end of yet another coupling while new sparks flew for others. Most of the show had the energy and fun we love, but something was off.
After an impromptu break due to Hurricane Sandy, How I Met Your Mother is back. "The Autumn of Break-Ups," saw the end of another relationship, and created anticipation for the future. We were quickly reminded of how great the show can be when almost everyone's at the top of their game.
Last night How I Met Your Mother rebounded after last week’s less than impressive episode. “Who Wants To Be a Godparent” toyed with the age old adage, if you can’t join them, beat them. Or something like that. How exactly were the writers able to appease the viewers?
Last night How I Met Your Mother took a dive for no apparent reason. After keeping a great rhythm with the first two episodes, “Nannies” brought back the disappointment of drawn out proceedings. To be fair, there were a few laughs to be had. But it wasn’t enough to mask the worry: Is this what the rest of the season will be like?
It’s October on How I Met Your Mother and months of summer happiness doesn’t breed good stories. “The Pre-Nup” fast forwards to the fall to highlight the shift in Barney, Ted, and Robin's relationships. One of their union’s ends and the others aren’t far behind. Scroll carefully, there are spoilers ahead.
How I Met Your Mother's season premiere picked up right where the finale left off -- at Barney and Robin's wedding. "Farhampton" focuses on the gathering, Victoria’s escape, plus Barney and Quinn’s engagement. But let's be honest, all anyone really cares about is who "The Mother" is and whether or not Robin and Barney got hitched. Are fans any closer to finding...
American Pie was a game changer. American Reunion not so much, but it does try. After 13-years, two sequels and a four straight-to-DVD movies, the whole gang is back under the direction of Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg, the guys who brought you the Harold & Kumar franchise. ...
Jason Biggs and Alyson Hannigan are back as Jim and Michelle in the upcoming American Reunion, the fourth film in the American Pie franchise. It's been a long time since Jim and Michelle first found each other at East Great Falls high school. Now, they're settled down but their sex life has hit a snag. We...
When the original American Pie came out in 1999, it was a surprise hit and generated two quick sequels - both successful, but they could tell they wore out the original cast, while a number of DTV films were generated as spin-offs. Now for 2012's American Reunion, everyone's come back. In some cases because they've got nothing better to do....
Well, now that most of the cast of the original franchise has realized they’ve got nothing better to do, Alyson Hannigan is taking some time off from How I Met Your Mother to be the latest American Pie star to sign on to the recently announced American Reunion, aka American Pie 4, according to ComingSoon.