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How I Met Your Mother Boss on Last Night's Shocker—and What's Ahead

If you haven't yet watched last night's  How I Met Your Mother , don't read another word. No really. 'Cause the final, highly memorable scene, which  no one saw coming , is one that "we kind of built the whole season around," executive producer  Carter Bays  just told me. So what's next for Marshall? What was up with the countdown clock? And what "mother" clues lie ahead? Read on... //feeds.eonline.com/~r/eonline/kristin/~3/ZKHYihpmjqg/b218838_how_i_met_your_mother_boss_on_last.html

'How I Met Your Mother' react: Did you love or loathe the final-moment twist?

Moments after How I Met Your Mother aired last night, my Twitter stream exploded with remarkably spoiler-free, angry "#HIMYM" hashtags. Normally a casual viewer of the comedy, I had no idea why everyone was in a tizzy until this morning when I finally watched the episode. [If you, like me, tend to let HIMYM gather on your DVR for a lazy Saturday marathon, stop reading now. Spoilers ahead.] The title of the episode, "Bad News," promised a bomb and even counted down to the moment using numbers that were hidden Easter egg-style in the dialogue and the set to build extra suspense. Of course, we anticipated the blow would be related to Marshall and Lily’s fertility troubles — the main premise of last night’s episode. Not so. As the background countdown dwindled, Marshall ran outside to call his dad and tell him the good news about his test results — he and Lily were, indeed, fertile — and Lily arrived in a cab (that donned the number "001?) with some bad news. Marshall’s dad had died of a heart attack. To Read More Click Here.

HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER “Bad News” Season 6 Episode 13 - Prfeview

Watch a sneak peek and check out photos of the upcoming episode of HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER Season 6 Episode 13 titled "Bad News" which airs on Monday January 3 at 8pm on CBS. Episode Synopsis: When Marshall and Lily fear they will never get pregnant, they see a specialist who can hopefully help move the process along. Meanwhile, Robin starts her new job, on HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER, Monday, Jan.3 (8:00-8:30 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & Preview

'How I Met Your Mother': Cobie Smulders cries at own performance in People's Choice promo

"How I Met Your Mother" star Cobie Smulders may not be nominated for a People's Choice Award, but that's not keeping her from toeing the company line in the latest ad for the show's Jan. 5 CBS broadcast."I'm not a person, I'm a celebrity," Smulders admits. "But, you know what? Sometimes I really do feel like a person." Her achilles heel is her own acting prowess -- something that is actually showcased pretty well in the spoof. We also like how she's not even committing to tuning in, though she does "plan on watching."And maybe she will. "How I Met Your Mother" is nominated in four categories this year: Favorite TV Comedy, Favorite TV Comedy Actor (Neil Patrick Harris), Favorite TV Comedy Actress (Alyson Hannigan) and Favorite TV Guest Star (Carrie Underwood). ... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2010/12/how-i-met-your-mother-cobie-smulders-cries-at-own-performance-in-peoples-choice-promo.html

HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER “Bad News” Season 6 Episode 13 Photos

Check out photos from HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER Season 6 Episode 13 titled "Bad News" which airs on Monday January 3 at 8pm on CBS. Episode Synopsis: When Marshall and Lily fear they will never get pregnant, they see a specialist who can hopefully help move the process along. Meanwhile, Robin starts her new job, on HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER, Monday, Jan.3 (8:00-8:30 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & More Photos

'How I Met Your Mother' scoop: Will Lily and Marshall ever have a baby?

It might be a while before we hear the pitter-patter of little feet around the home of Lily (Alyson Hannigan) and Marshall (Jason Segel) on CBS’ How I Met Your Mother. Segel told EW that he thinks the producers will hold off on giving the couple a baby – mostly because he shouldn’t be trusted with infants, the actor admitted half-jokingly (at least, we think). "They watched the way I reacted to the pregnancy scare and it terrified them so I don’t think they will do that again to me for awhile," Segel said, while walking the red carpet of Gulliver’s Travels on Sunday. The actor is referring to a recent episode of HIMYM, when Lily and Marshall started to panic after a test said she was pregnant (but she really wasn’t). To Read More Click Here.