Halloween is just around the corner. Each year, some of our favorite programs bring us Halloween-themed episodes. Luckily enough, a good chunk of these episodes come with clever costumes. This year weíve culled some of our favorite Halloween episodes of our favorite TV programs to bring you a quiz highlighting our favorite referential costumes.
We hope everyone is still alive and okay after Fall TVís first official premiere week. When youíre not catching up on broadcasts, head over to streaming for the best new options this week had to offer, including what Iím already calling one of the best shows of the year. Big talk.
This week, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment released the How I Met Your Mother: The Whole Story set. The DVD release encompasses the nine seasons the CBS comedy played out on air, as well as a bonus disc filled with several hours of extras. We take a look at the pros and cons.
After airing on television for nine seasons, How I Met Your Mother made its final bow on CBS last spring. It follows the natural order of things that Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment is now putting together the expected complete series set for fans, but on an even more fun note, the company has decided to give away a bunch of the props from the How I Met Your Mother set.
The ending of How I Met Your Mother is not what some (or a lot) of people were expecting, though some did theorize that it might play out as it did. Regardless, for those who want an alternate outcome to Ted's story of how he met his kids' mother, the alternate ending, which was promised in the Season 9 DVD, has made its way online and well, it's kind of lovely in a happily-ever-after sort of way...
Meg Ryan is following in Bob Sagetís footsteps. No, sheís not hosting a new incarnation of Americaís Funniest Home Videos, but she has been tapped to provide the weekly voiceover for the How I Met Your Mother spinoff, aptly titled How I Met Your Dad. To answer your other question, a few episodes of Web Therapy and a lot of hanging out. Thatís what sheís been up to lately.
If you werenít impressed with the ultimate ending you may be in luck. According to Bays, the upcoming DVD release for the series will feature an alternate ending that was almost chosen for the series.
We may have been too busy reacting over the ending of How I Met Your Mother to notice that Robin Sparkles never made an appearance during the finale. Not that we were promised a drop-in from the Canadian pop star or anything, but wouldn't that have been amazing? Apparently, the cameo was planned but never made it to air. And there's photographic evidence to prove it!
My first reaction after reading about the How I Met Your Mother finale was that I thought it made a lot of sense. Not all of it mind you but the central conceit that found Ted, with blue french horn in hand, back at Robin's doorstep rang true. The problem with that? I haven't watched the comedy since somewhere in the middle of Season 4.
What if How I Met Your Mother had ended with a less bittersweet, albeit more predictable ending? A fan did a bit of editing to show us what it would look like, and it's as magical and wonderful as some of us might have hoped.
To say that some people didn't like the How I Met Your Mother finale might be an understatement. It's never easy to accurately determine exactly how divided people are over something like this, considering the angry people may very well be
How I Met Your Mother aired its finale tonight, and if you haven't seen it yet, stop reading now! Major spoilers ahead. After nine seasons, How I Met Your Mother was apparently not about how Ted met his kids' mother, but rather...
CBS is preparing us for the conclusion of How I Met Your Mother with nostalgic montage-y videos that fondly look back to the highlights of this long-running sitcom.
We still have a couple of episodes left before How I Met Your Mother wraps up. And by a couple, I mean exactly two. There's "Gary Blauman," which airs this Monday (March 17) and then "The End of the Aisle," which is set for March 24
Everyone seems to have an opinion and/or theory as to the how and the why Ted is telling his kids an incredibly drawn-out and long-winded version of How I Met Your Mother. Is it just Ted being Ted, or something far more nefarious? Namely: is this all a backwards way of telling us The Mother is dead? Not so, if this interview with the titular character (played by Cristin Milioti) is to be believed.