If you clicked on this link you’re probably a fan of How I met your mother or you have heard about the level of awesomeness of this TV show. I personally wasn’t a fan of How I met your mother (HIMYM) until I caught an episode on Fox Life. I was amazed by the whole scenario, the acting, the roles, the phrases, actually in everything.
Those who watch it know that even though there are 8 seasons of this TV show, we still don’t know who is the mother of Ted’s kids. What I like about this show is that there is always a dose of limbo. Just when you think that finally, Ted Mosby has met the love of his life, it happens to be just another girl in a row, but still not the one. I don’t know about you but for me even though Barney Stinson isn’t the main role in this show, he’s my favorite. His “wisdom” about the relationship between bro’s mixed with his great ability to “flirt” with girls makes him the perfect character with the most memorable sayings. However this show will always be remembered as the most popular and the most interesting. I bet you didn’t knew the following 10 LEGEN…. wait for it… DARY facts about “How I met your mother”.
Facts About How I Met Your Mother
- Most watched episode is “Pineapple Incident” from the first season with 12.5 million viewers at its premiere in the U.S. while at least seen is the episode “Landmarks” from the sixth season with about 6.5 million viewers.
- Neil Patrick Harris (Barney) earns $ 210,000 per episode, while the other main characters earn $ 120,000.
- All known Barney’s phrases are mentioned in the first episode.
“Haave you met Ted?” “What up!” “Wait for it” “Suit up!”
- The show has made total 13 “Interventions”.
- In the show Lily, Ted and Marshall are on the same age, but in reality Allison Henigan (38) and Josh Redner (38) are 5 years older than Jason Sigal (33).
- Barney wears the legendary tie with ducks in 11 episodes.
- In the show Barney has a suit for every occasion, even in the form of sleeping pajamas. Only in 12 occasions in all seasons, he doesn’t wear a suit.
- During all seasons Ted goes out with 29 girls who aren’t the mother of his children.
- 20 websites that are mentioned in the show are really made. Among them are the famous www.notafathersday.com, slapcountdown.org puzzlesthebar.com.
- Books related to the show, “The Bro Code” and “The Playbook”, true issued. And guess what, Barney really is the creator of “The Bro Code”. According to Google searches, before 2008 the phrase didn’t exist.
Like Barney would have said.. Awesome, right?