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Ted has fallen in love. It all started when his best friend, Marshall, drops the bombshell that he plans to propose to longtime girlfriend Lily, a kindergarten teacher. Suddenly, Ted realizes that he had better get a move on if he hopes to find true love. Helping him in the quest is Barney, a friend with endless -- often outrageous -- opinions, a penchant for suits and a foolproof way to meet women. When Ted meets Robin, he is sure it's love at first sight, but the affair fizzles into friendship. Voice-over by Bob Saget ("Full House") tells the story through flashbacks.

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aired 174 days ago
Ted's kids hear the end of the story of how he met their mother.
aired 174 days ago
Ted's kids hear the end of the story of how he met their mother.
aired 175 days ago
Hoping to spend more time with Robin, Ted throws a series of parties at his apartment.
aired 175 days ago
When Robin must leave in the middle of their first date, Ted can hardly wait to see her again, and his eagerness threatens to scare her away.
aired 175 days ago
Robin gets some bad news and decides to keep it to herself; Marshall decorates the house in the suburbs for the holidays.
aired 176 days ago
Lily and Marshall throw a housewarming party, during which Ted nearly comes to blows with Marshall's boss; Barney hits on a crazy divorcee.
aired 176 days ago
When Marshall and Lily officially move into their house in the suburbs, Lily's father refuses to move out; the gang visits a strip club.
aired 176 days ago
Marshall goes to his father's grave for New Year's Day tailgating; Barney and Ted open a bar; Robin fills in for a news anchor.
aired 177 days ago
Barney and Ted consider making a life-altering decision together; Robin tries to talk Lily and Marshall out of moving to Long Island.
aired 177 days ago
Robin and Barney keep a secret from their significant others; Lily, Marshall and Ted go to a concert.
aired 177 days ago
The gang remembers the events of Hurricane Irene; Barney tries to get out of wearing the ducky tie.
aired 178 days ago
Ted finally reconnects with the girl in the pumpkin costume; Barney learns he has some Canadian in him; pregnancy takes over Lily's brain.
aired 178 days ago
The gang recognizes similarities between their significant other and their parents; a string of unfortunate events ruin Nora and Barney's evening of romance.
aired 178 days ago
Ted's friends get involved when he doesn't do a background check on his new lady friend; Lily and Marshall deal with learning their baby's gender.
aired 178 days ago
Marshall decides to step in after seeing his boss's approach to settling with a million dollar company; Ted's class trip isn't what he envisioned.
aired 179 days ago
Robin attends court-mandated therapy sessions after assaulting a woman who was hoping to ruin Barney's relationship; Ted becomes overly involved in Lily's pregnancy.
aired 179 days ago
Ted tries to make amends when he runs into an ex-girlfriend with whom he was unfaithful; Barney makes a bet with Marshall and Lily.
aired 180 days ago
Marshall worries videos he made in the past will put his dream job in jeopardy; Ted must choose a date for the architects ball.
aired 180 days ago
Barney and Ted reminisce about Punchy's wedding; Robin considers confessing her feelings.
aired 180 days ago
Barney and Robin bond while intervening in Ted's relationship; Marshall fears an impending bout of food poisoning; Ted acts as best man in an important wedding.
aired 180 days ago
When Ted must make a decision that could affect his relationship, his friends share their real opinions of Zoey.

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