On the morning of the wedding, Lily and Robin have a fight and Barney freaks out about which suit to wear. Meanwhile, the gang watches a movie Ted has forbidden them to see.
When Barney suffers from the world’s worst hangover the morning of his wedding, the gang tries to figure out the far-fetched ingredients to concoct the Stinson Hangover Fixer Elixir.
While out looking for an inebriated Barney on the day of the wedding, Robin and Ted reminisce about past relationships. Meanwhile, Marshall and Lily finally resolve their issues and Barney befriends two young guys eager to meet women.
On the 200th episode, The Mother recounts how she met Ted and what she’s been up to for the past eight years.
When Barney drinks too much, Ted and Robin take advantage of him and get him to reveal secrets he’s been hiding for years. Meanwhile, Marshall does everything he can to avoid fighting with Lily.
In an attempt to deliver a devastating final slap to Barney, Marshall explains how he mastered the Slap of A Million Exploding Suns.
The gang encounters a guy at the wedding who intentionally stirs up trouble among them, and Marshall finally arrives at the Farhampton Inn.
Barney becomes fixated on having his rehearsal dinner at a laser tag arena, much to Robin’s dismay. Meanwhile, Ted doesn’t come through on a promise, which aggravates Lily.
To get his restless son to go to sleep, Marshall tells him three tales in rhyme: "Mosby at the Bat," "Robin take the Cake," and "Barney Stinson, Player King of New York City."
When Barney’s father arrives at the hotel, Barney devises a plan that makes Robin very nervous. Meanwhile, Ted is convinced someone framed him by messing up a wedding-related duty.
In a flashback episode, the gang ponders the future of the Ted, Robin and Barney love triangle. Meanwhile, Barney accepts a series of challenges from Lily and Robin.
When Robin and Loretta's conflict escalates, Barney is caught in the middle. Meanwhile, Marshall and Daphne deal with a stowaway on their road trip, and Ted and Cassie try to enjoy a trip to a lighthouse.
When Daphne sends a troubling text message to Lily, Marshall enlists the gang’s help to remove the message while enforcing the “No Questions Asked” rule.
When Ted finds himself with three prospects to be his date for the wedding weekend, he chooses poorly. Meanwhile, Barney and Robin have a confrontation with their minister, and Marshall learns more about his driving companion, Daphne.
When Barney is forced to pick sides in a fight between Robin and his mother, Lily coaches him on how not to ruin his relationship. Meanwhile, Ted and Marshall get into a dispute over wedding gifts and thank-you notes.
While Barney works through his anger at Ted after finding out he still has feelings for Robin, Marshall Skypes in to act as a judge and help settle their dispute. Meanwhile, Lily realizes she is Robin’s only girlfriend.
Throw away the Playbook for good! In the series' hilarious final season, you're
invited to Barney and Robin's epic wedding weekend, and we get to know Ted's --
wait for it -- "The One"!
A comedy series about a guy in his twenties and the romance between him and the woman who will be his wife and the mother of his children. The series will also flash forward to him telling the story to his kids.
Throw away the Playbook for good! In the series’ hilarious final season, you’re invited to Barney and Robin’s epic wedding weekend, and we get to know Ted’s — wait for it — “The One”! Watch How I Met Your Mother on Mondays at 8/7c. Then download it on iTunes!
How I Met Your Mother is back for a hilarious eighth season! Watch the season premiere of How I Met Your Mother on Monday, September 24th at 8/7c on CBS, then download it the day after air!
Robin Sparkles is back with her hit video, "Sandcastles in the Sand" from the album, "Make It Sparkle!"
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