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Drew Barrymore and Jason Segel?

Drew Barrymore was spotted having dinner last Saturday Night at Little Dom's With Jason Segel From Forgetting Sarah Marshall and How I Met Your Mother Source Defamer.com

TVGuide.com's Top 10 Moments of the Week: Two Weddings and a Funeral

It was a week of miracles: Generosity thawed hearts. A killer found love. Tom Cruise went on TV without doing anything weird, and Valkyrie looks pretty good! With good will toward all, we bring you our Top Moments , holiday edition. 10. Best Bloody Wedding: Dexter 's third season ended with the day we never thought we'd see, but his nuptials weren't all sappy. The drops of blood that ran from Dexter's cast to Rita's dress hinted at not a just a fabric stain, but a symbolicstain on their relationship. Oh, you fancy writers! 9. Most Crush-Worthy Newcomer: We've seen Ted as a friend, boyfriend, husband-to-be, and now as an overbearing big brother. How I Met Your Mother introduced his sister, played by Erin Cahill, a deft comedic presence who happens to be girl-next-door gorgeous. 8. Most Extreme Attention-Getting Tactic: Leverage knows how to get us lusting for vengeance: Kill a bunch of horses in a suspicious stable fire. We didn't see them engulfed, mercifully, but did have to endure this line: "In a fire, Mr. Ford, horses scream." It all leads to another entertaining insurance con with plenty of - sorry - horse-trading, and we'd like to offer the show a deal of our own: We'll keep watching if you lay off the ponies. 7. Cute-Girl-with-a-Gun Award: Sometimes we forget Chuck 's Sarah Walker is a trained CIA agent. She reminded us this week by killing another rogue spy to protect Chuck, then flat-out lying about it with that warm smile we've grown to love. Never have our adoration and fear walked so closely. 6. Best Plan: Tom Cruise reunites with Matt Lauer on Today to acknowledge he "came across arrogant" in their 2005 interview/argument - and explain why he isn't talking about Scientology in interviews for Valkyrie : "When people are tuning in to hear about my movie... that's what I'm here to talk about." Dang, we wanted to hear more about psychiatry. 5. So Far, So Good Award: David Gregory survives his first week hosting Meet the Press despite having to repeatedly pronounce "Blagojevich." (It's Bluh-GOY-uh-vich.) 4. Biggest Mess: Saturday Night Live 's last show of the year featured shaky, quiet vocals from Kanye West, a painful sketch about singing lamps, and an impression of New York's blind governor that drew rebukes from him and many others. We're split on whether it was good or bad, but good for the show for continuing to take risks at the end of a year when everyone was talking about it again. 3. Best Hug-It-Out Moment Not on Entourage: The Big Bang Theory 's socially inept and OCD-afflicted Sheldon forgets his hang-ups when frenemy Penny surprises him with the greatest Christmas gift a geek could imagine: a signed, used napkin from Leonard Nimoy. After convulsing, squeaking and buying her five gift baskets he admits aren't enough, he moves in for a long, sweetly awkward hug. 2. International WTF Award: President Bush drops in on Iraq, and, and things go a little wild, as they tend to do there. An angry local journalist hurls his shoes at the commander-in-chief, who demonstrates impressive reflexes by ducking and returning to the line of fire just in time to dodge shoe number two. Bush is quick with the spin too, saying the incident demonstrates Iraqis' newfound freedoms. But the real test is whether his attacker ever sets foot in public again. 1. Worst Ad for Patron: The leaders of the hip-hop industry give many a free shout-out to Patron tequila, so it should survive the following anti-endorsement from The Hills ' Heidi and Spencer, recorded the morning after their supposed wedding in Mexico... Read the full story: TVGuide.com's Top Moments of the Week Photo courtesy of TVGuide.com

The HIMYM Crew Takes Some Funny Photos

Just for fun, Entertainment Weekly recruited the cast of How I Met Your Mother to appear in various photos reenacting some big moments of 2008. The results are pretty fun. My two favorites are displayed here (Jonas brothers and Phelps' teammates). How I Met Your Mother Cast In 'The Best of 2008'

By the Numbers: CBS Comedies Make Another Big Bang

Great numbers for the CBS comedy block last night: 11.4 million viewers tuned into both The Big Bang Theory and How I Met Your Mother , which was a series high for Bang. 17.9 million caught Two and a Half Men and 12.1 million viewed Worst Week . However, most refreshing for me was the fact that 7.6 million tuned into NBC's always-improving Chuck , which are the best numbers the show has received since premiere week. In fact, this wasn't all that many viewers less than that 7.8 million that viewed the fall finale of Heroes . We won't discuss the 4.1 million that viewed the final episode of My Own Worst Enemy . Over on Fox, both Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and Prison Break were in the 5 million range, with 5.3 and 5.7 million viewers, respectively. ABC aired holiday specials and The CW aired reruns. What did you all enjoy on TV last night? Source: THR

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 TVGuide.com. "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