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Awesomeness Poster

For all you Barney Stinson fanatics, (myself included) here is an AWESOME link. Posters, t-shirts mousepads, what more could you need? Same poster shown in episodes such as The Goat in Barneys very own office

Will J.D. And Elliot Reunite for Scrubs' Final Season?

Scrubs fans are hoping the on-again, off-again romance of J.D. and Elliot is resuscitated when the hospital-based sitcom returns for its eighth and final season on Jan. 6 on ABC. Sarah Chalke can't say for sure what happens, but she is hoping that her character and Zach Braff's J.D. go the way of Ross and Rachel and not Sam and Diane. "I think they should be together," Chalke tells "I'm hoping for yes." Several actors who played J.D.'s patients from prior seasons returned for the finale. "Zach's character turns the corner and sees all these faces from the past," Chalke shares. "Some people we hadn't seen in eight years!" The actress says that that unlike other years, the Scrubs cast and crew knew that this season truly would be the last one. "It was really emotional and caught us off guard," she says of the show's final days. "Even the toughest grip was shedding a tear." What's next for Chalke? The actress says she had a great time playing Stella, a potential baby mama to Josh Radnor's Ted on How I Met Your Mother last season. Even though viewers have learned she's not Ted's destiny, she wouldn't mind revisiting the series. "I had a great time working on that show." read from: TvGuide

HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER Season 4 Episode 9, "The Fight" airing this Monday, December 8

First look at HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER Season 4 Episode 9, "The Fight" airing this Monday, December 8, at 8:30pm on CBS.

Enjoy Bro Code E-Book by Barney Stinson

I am sure all How I Met Your Mother fans would know what Bro Code is all about,CBS has recently released the Bro Code Book by Barney Stinson.So here you go guys enjoy the e-book version of it.It is really good and just a small 40 page one. Bro Code By Barney Stinson

How I Met Your Mother Producer: "If You're Trying to Start a Family, Come Visit Our Set"

On the day the news broke that How I Met Your Mother star Cobie Smulders is expecting her first child (with actor-boyfriend Taran Killam) - and this just weeks after Alyson Hannigan announced her own premiere pregnancy - series cocreator Craig Thomas issued a statement touting the hitcom's apparently fertile workplace. "Everyone's tremendously excited by all the impending motherhood here at How I Met Your Mother . We're all so happy for Cobie and Aly, who will undoubtedly be amazing moms!" said Thomas. The exec producer then added, "And now, a public service announcement: If you're trying to start a family, please come visit the set of How I Met Your Mother . Just come by and hang out for a day or two. We can't legally guarantee anything, but by the time you leave, you will almost certainly be pregnant." read more from: TvGuide

Cobie Smulders a Mother-to-Be

Make way for another mother on How I Met Your Mother . Cobie Smulders is pregnant and due in the spring with her first child, People reports. Dad is her boyfriend, actor Taran Killam, better known as Barney's abrasive former co-worker Blauman on the CBS show. The actress' joyful news comes one month after Alyson Hannigan announced she is with-child, which poses another baby pickle for the sitcom's producers: Will Smulders' pregnancy be written in? If it is, it may be a surprise pregnancy, as Smulders' Robin has vowed never to have children and it has been implied that she doesn't. Thus far, Hannigan's pregnancy has not been incorporated. read more from: TvGuide

Lily's 50 Reasons for Having Sex from Naked Man Episode

Check out Lily's 50 Reasons for having sex from the latest episode Naked Man.The list is Here Check it out!!

By the Numbers: A HIMYM High

It has been a good few weeks for CBS comedies. Last week, The Big Bang Theory hit a series high and this week, How I Met Your Mother met a season high, with 9.8 million viewers. Worst Week and Two and a Half Men were also both up from previous weeks. ABC as usual cleaned up with the most watched program of the night, Dancing with the Stars - 19.7 million viewers. Over on NBC, Heroes matched last week's low with only 7.6 million viewers. However, both Chuck (6.8 million) and the now canceled My Own Worst Enemy (4 million) were both up slightly, though don't expect MOWE to pull a Lipstick Jungle and get itself uncanceled . Fox came in 4th for the evening with only 5.3 and 5.9 million viewers tuning into Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and Prison Break , respectively. The CW programs were also both down slightly with just under 3 million viewers for both Gossip Girl and One Tree Hill . Check out SideReel's coverage of some of these episodes: How I Met Your Mother - Wooo! Heroes: It's Coming - Lacking Luster or Building Up? Prison Break: Quiet Riot Gossip Girl 'Magnificent Archibalds': Is it time for a Couple Mix-up? Source: THR

How I Met Your Mother Meets Girl Next Door

Um, just what sort of magazine is Marshall laboring to spend some quality time with in a restroom, anyway?! Kendra Wilkinson, aka one of the "retiring" The Girls Next Door , has rounded out the oh-so-glossy guest-star cast for a January episode of CBS' How I Met Your Mother. Wilkinson will join Kim Kardashian ( Keeping Up with the Kardashians ), Heidi Montag ( The Hills ) and Spencer Pratt ("I'm With Heidi!") in taunting Marshall during his quest to find stall of solitude. All of the aforementioned C-listers will speak to our beleaguered lawyer from the cover of his tabloid of choice, "Them Weekly." read more from TvGuide

Heidi and Spencer Taunt HIMYM's Marshall

Remember all those cracks that many of you made last spring about a "no talent" like Britney Spears darkening How I Met Your Mother 's doorstep? You're going to wish you saved such snark for now. Heidi Montag and her beaupendage, Spencer Pratt, are going to appear in a January episode of the CBS sitcom, has learned. The Hills star and her partner in perpetual photo ops will play two-dimensional versions of themselves, taunting Marshall from the cover of his tabloid of choice as he desperately seeks a quiet "place" to get some reading done. read more from: TvGuide