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Tuesday, February 22, 2011

How I Met Your Mother - Garbage Island review

How I Met Your Mother has finally told us how Ted met the mother. He meets her at the wedding from the first episode of this season! Maybe! Does this mean that we get to meet the mother at the end of this season? We are so excited. Finally, this show is moving forward. Kinda. Also, it was revealed that Zoey is definitely not the mother. In fact, it’s going to end badly between her and Ted. YAY! We never really liked her. It's not Jennifer Morrison's fault. Her character was just introduced as too much of a political freak. We don't think women like that are ever attractive as characters, for whatever reason, justified or not. They come off as harsh, unfeminine, pains.

We are surprised how much we like Nora, considering we want nothing coming between an eventual Robin/Barney wedding. But Nora is cool. Maybe it’s the accent, maybe it’s the laser tag, or maybe it’s that she didn’t sleep with Barney yet. But we are liking her and we are liking that Barney is falling for her. The way he couldn’t say her name without smiling was adorable. We are not freaking out that the wedding Ted meets the mother at might be Barney and Nora’s wedding. We are still convinced that it will be Punchy’s wedding. Remember? The guy from Ted’s high school who asked Ted to be his best man? Because if Nora marries Barney, we will hate her. The only Barney marriage that would last would be one with Robin, because they are friends and he actually respects her. That’s if Barney should get married at all; his whole character revolves around him being a womanizing bachelor, and that’s the character we love.

The plot with The Captain finding out that Ted is the one who stole Zoey was funny. Lily trying to get Marshall to have sex with her was dull. We liked Marshall setting the waitress up with his fired co-worker, due to their hatred of him. We also like that Marshall is probably going to quit his job and do something that he cares about. Does anyone else think that older Ted is hotter than regular Ted? They are both hotter than Moustache Ted from The Captain’s fantasy.

In conclusion, this episode gets an A from us for being entertaining, for giving us some answers, and for finally moving things along.

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