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We Give Thanks for Jorge Garcia on HIMYM

Well here's something to be grateful about this week: A How I Met Your Mother worth spending the holiday with. And we have Lost's unluckiest castaway to thank for it. Last night, Jorge Garcia dropped by HIMYM for a Thanksgiving episode packed with enough fun to make up for the past few weeks of turkeys. Or is that turturkeykeys? Whatever. Guesting as Ted and Marshall's college bud the Blitz, a hapless dude cursed to miss the coolest things after leaving events early, Garcia was a blast, giving nods to his old show (shouting out those legendary numbers and referring to his run of bad luck as being "on that island for what seems like an eternity"), while reminding us that it was his chill way with slacker comedy that made everyone love Hurley in the first place. In fact, if that J.J. Abrams prison pilot he just signed on to ends up going the way of Undercovers, we would hope that someone would snatch this guy up for a sitcom gig. After all, he spent a lot of time drenched in that tropical drama. It would be nice to see him bring the funny, full-time. Source Here

'How I Met Your Mother' Celebrates Blitzgiving (VIDEO)

The 'How I Met Your Mother' gang has survived some pretty horrific holidays together -- including the epic 'Slapsgiving' episode heard round the world -- but this year's Thanksgiving is particularly jinxed. Guest star Jorge Garcia (you might remember him from a little show called 'Lost') plays the Blitz, Ted (Josh Radnor) and Marshall's (Jason Segel) old college pal who seems to be a bit cursed when it comes to timing. The Blitz comes back into their lives, and his curse gets mysteriously passed on, rendering Turkey Day a bit of a mess. To Read MoreĀ  Click Here.

Jorge Garcia on How I Met Your Mother: First Looks

On the upcoming episode of How I Met Your Mother, viewers will be treated to the re-emergence of Robin Sparkles, along with a guest appearance by Nicole Scherzinger as Jessica Glitter. Seriously, folks. A week after that, meanwhile, the sitcom will celebrate Thanksgiving... sorry, "Blitzgiving." The November 22 installment will also give us our first look at Jorge Garcia on the small screen since Lost came to a disappointing end in May. What role will he play? It's unclear, but it will include prominent involvement in the gang's holiday festivities, as seen here. Source Here