How I Met Your Mother 10 Seasons 2007

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4. Little Boys TV-PG CC

When "kid unfriendly" Robin surprisingly forms a bond with the young son of the guy she is dating, she decides it is too serious and must figure out a way to let the little guy down.

Starring:
Josh Radnor, Jason Segel
Runtime:
22 minutes
Original air date:
October 15, 2007

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It is such good laugh out loud fun!
Karl Scott
I hate when I buy used dvd's and the disks are all nasty or scratched, so I was extremely happy to open up the package and have three clean disks that work.
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I can watch this series over and over again!
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By M. Lee on June 22, 2008
Format: DVD
I've read a sampling of reviews for Season 3, most stating that 3 isn't as strong as Season 2; I heartily disagree. Season 2 felt disjointed, like filler to me (though of course I still loved it!), but Season 3 keeps the story moving forward. I like that the characters are maturing, unlike the Friends characters who irritated me acting early 20's well into their 30's. There's a natural progression here, that includes some sentiment and drama in addition to the comedy. I simply love this show~ BRAVO to the entire team that creates and excecutes it.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Servo VINE VOICE on July 28, 2008
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The HIMYM gang [again guided by director Pam Fryman] returns with 20 more legendary episodes in How I Met Your Mother - Season Three. When Season 2 of How I Met Your Mother ended, Marshall and Lily had finally hooked back up (and tied the knot), but Ted and Robin had suddenly split up. The situations were reversed when Season 1 ended. Season Three picks up sometime later after Season Two with Robin introducing her new Argentinean lover, Gael (Enrique Iglesias) to the gang and Ted hooking up with a wild tattooed woman (Mandy Moore) after going out to party with Barney. The end result from that encounter later leads Ted (in "Ten Sessions") to a chance meeting with Stella (Sarah Chalke, fresh from NBC's recently ended Scrubs), a dermatologist and possible "mother" candidate who he falls for in the season's most engaging story arc. Props must be given to the series creators for the attention to continuity featured each season as past acquaintances (Trudy from Season One's "The Pineapple Incident" returns with a tempting opportunity for Ted in "Third Wheel") and plot devices ("The Goat" from Season One's "Milk" and Season Two's "Slap Bet" in "Slapsgiving") are revisited this season with hilarious results. Guest stars include Britney Spears (in a comeback role and the show's highest rated episode ever), Danica McKellar ("The Wonder Years"), Busy Philipps ("Dawson's Creek," "ER"), Maggie Wheeler ("Friends"), James Van Der Beek ("Dawson's Creek"), Wayne Brady ("Whose Line Is It, Anyway?Read more ›
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29 of 38 people found the following review helpful By A. Gammill VINE VOICE on May 19, 2008
Format: DVD
PLEASE NOTE: This review contains SPOILERS.

I've been a fan of How I Met Your Mother from Day One, so I don't use a phrase like "starting to slip a little" lightly. But the fact is, season three just doesn't quite measure up to the previous two.

The main problem, as I see it, is that the writers felt the need to create ongoing conflict between the core group of friends. Sure, conflict is necessary to keep things interesting. But I think the ensemble in this show is better served by external conflicts (e.g., Barney and Ted's various problems with the opposite sex, Marshall's work-related stress, etc.). Watching Ted and Robin try to one-up each other after a painful breakup last season was. . .well, not that funny. Later in the season, Ted and Barney's friendship was on the rocks.

Otherwise, there were plenty of well-written and funny shows. Here's a few highlights:

"Slapsgiving" pays off the long-running joke from last season's "Slap Bet."
"We're Not From Here" allows Barney and Ted to cut loose, posing as out-of-towners.
"How I Met Everyone Else" introduces us to a classic Barney Stinson gimmick: The Crazy/Hot Scale.
"Ten Sessions" introduces Ted's major love interest Stella (Sarah Chalke), probably his most memorable girlfriend since season one's Victoria. His manic (and successful) attempt at a two-minute date is probably the high point of the season.
"Sandcastles in the Sand" brings back Robin Sparkles. . .and culminates in an ending so shocking, you'll be grateful you don't have to wait another week to see what comes next.

I guess it's fair to say the good outweighs the not-so-good in season three.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By ML on November 25, 2008
Format: DVD
...it seems right to post this review at this time. Being a latecomer to HIMYM fandom, the coming of Season 3 on DVD was very exciting for me; I'd been finished with the first 2 seasons for months by the time it arrived! I think the show holds up well, overall, with the aforementioned "Slapsgiving" episode providing more laugh-out-loud moments for my husband and I than anything else in recent memory. The reappearance of Robin Sparkles, the follow-up/lingering question mark of the Ted's-30th-birthday-goat-in-the-bathroom story, and of course the oft-lauded 2-minute date sequence are season highlights. My only great disappointment was not feeling like we, the audience, got to know Stella enough to fall in love with her the way Ted did.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Courtney Rabideau on September 18, 2008
Format: DVD
If you are a fan of How I Met Your Mother this is the D.V.D. for you.

Out of the three seasons this one is the best. During this season things change for the gang.

1. Lilly and Marshall get married
2. Robin and Ted break up
3. Ted meets Stella and starts a relationship with her
4. Find out about Robin's teen years in Canada as "Robin Sparkles"
5. "Slapsgiving"

and many more adventures that make this DVD legend, wait for it (hope your not lactose intolerant) dary
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