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How I Met Your Mother 10 Seasons 2012

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Season 7
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4.7 out of 5 stars (502) IMDb 8.4/10

How I Met Your Mother returns for a hilarious seventh season! The Emmy-nominated hit stars Neil Patrick Harris, Jason Segel, Alyson Hannigan, Josh Radnor and Cobie Smulders.

Original air date:
May 14, 2012

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Season 7
1. The Best Man

Barney and Ted reminisce about Ted's old friend's wedding, including Marshall's impromptu toast.

CC TV-PG September 19, 2011 21 minutes
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2. The Naked Truth

Marshall receives the job offer of his dreams, but worries that videos he made in the past will resurface during the company's standard background check.

CC TV-PG September 19, 2011 21 minutes
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3. The Ducky

Ted reconnects with an old flame, and Lily, Marshall and Barney make a bet that could result in Barney wearing Marshall's ducky tie.

CC TV-PG September 26, 2011 21 minutes
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4. The Stinson Missile Crisis

Robin begins court-mandated therapy sessions after assaulting a girl.

CC TV-PG October 3, 2011 21 minutes
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5. Field Trip

Marshall is surprised by his boss's settlement with a million dollar company.

CC TV-PG October 10, 2011 21 minutes
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6. Mystery vs. History

The gang interferes when Ted attempts to go on a date without researching the girl on the internet first.

CC TV-PG October 17, 2011 21 minutes
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7. Noretta

Everyone realizes that their significant other reminds them of one of their parents.

CC TV-PG October 24, 2011 21 minutes
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8. The Slutty Pumpkin Returns

Ted finally meets his mystery girl in the Slutty Pumpkin costume. Katie Holmes guest stars as Naomi, the Slutty Pumpkin.

CC TV-PG October 31, 2011 21 minutes
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9. Disaster Averted

While the gang reminisces about Hurricane Irene, Barney tries to cut a deal with Marshall and Lily to get out of wearing the ducky tie.

CC TV-PG November 7, 2011 21 minutes
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10. Tick, Tick, Tick...

Robin and Barney hide a secret from their significant others.

CC TV-PG November 14, 2011 21 minutes
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11. The Rebound Girl

Ted and Barney consider making a life-changing decision together.

CC TV-PG November 21, 2011 21 minutes
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12. Symphony of Illumination

Robin receives shocking news and hides it from the gang.

CC TV-PG December 5, 2011 21 minutes
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13. Tailgate

Marshall visits his father's grave to carry on their tailgating tradition and tell him about New Year's Eve.

CC TV-PG January 2, 2012 21 minutes
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14. 46 Minutes

On the 150th episode of How I Met Your Mother, Lily's overbearing father refuses to move out of their house in the suburbs.

CC TV-PG January 16, 2012 21 minutes
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15. The Burning Beekeeper

Marshall and Lily's housewarming party goes awry.

CC TV-PG February 6, 2012 20 minutes
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16. The Drunk Train

Marshall, Lily, Robin and Kevin celebrate Valentine's Day with a weekend getaway.

CC TV-PG February 13, 2012 21 minutes
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17. No Pressure

Ted confesses his feelings to Robin, and Barney finds something personal of Marshall and Lily's.

CC TV-PG February 20, 2012 21 minutes
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18. Karma

Barney tries to convince Quinn to date him after realizing he has feelings for her.

CC TV-PG February 27, 2012 21 minutes
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19. The Broath

Barney reveals his plans to move in with Quinn, leaving Ted and Robin fighting over subletting her apartment.

CC TV-PG March 19, 2012 21 minutes
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20. Trilogy Time

Marshall, Barney and Ted envision what their lives will be like in another three years.

CC TV-PG April 9, 2012 21 minutes
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21. Now We're Even

Barney tries to lure Ted into making every night "legendary".

CC TV-PG April 16, 2012 21 minutes
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22. Good Crazy

Marshall freaks out when he realizes the baby is coming soon.

CC TV-PG April 30, 2012 21 minutes
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23. The Magician's Code, Part I

Marshall and Barney desperately try to get back to New York when Lily goes into labor.

CC TV-PG May 14, 2012 21 minutes
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24. The Magician's Code, Part II

On Barney's wedding day, the gang reminisces about when they encouraged Ted to chase after the one that got away.

CC TV-PG May 14, 2012 21 minutes
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Bonus: How I Met Your Mother Sneak Peek: Season 7

The legendary series returns for an all new season of laughs.

CC TV-PG September 6, 2011 2 minutes
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Product Details

Genres Romance, Comedy
Season year 2012
Network CBS
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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How I Met Your Mother is my favorite show on television right now, period. So it pains me to be a harsh critic, but this season is deserving of three stars. Whether I look at it as its own entity or in comparison to previous seasons, Season 7 just did not live up to standards. There were some high moments, and there were some episodes that momentarily renewed my faith that the writers were onto something, but ultimately I found myself disappointed in the end result.

The irony is that in most cases the writers will start running out of ideas in latter seasons. In this case, I think the writers have too many fresh ideas and filmed an abundance of stories in Season 7 that either weren't necessary or felt completely rushed. My biggest problem with How I Met Your Mother's seventh season is that the show tried to fit about three seasons of stories into a 24 episode arc.

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The first thing I look at in a season of expedited stories is the relationship aspect of the show. Robin, for example, started dating Kevin in the fifth episode of the season, 'Field Trip.' By the sixteenth episode, 'The Drunk Train', Kevin proposed to Robin. If I am to follow a timeline that runs parallel to the air dates of the episodes, Robin and Kevin dated for just over four months. Is it impossible? No, not really. Improbable, not impossible.
Barney's story with Quinn, though, just might be too far beyond believable. Noteworthy is the fact that we're talking about the quintessential womanizer for a good portion of the show. I liked the direction Barney's character was headed in. I thought his reconciliation with his father in Season 6 was a good turning point for him and a plausible explanation for his sudden change of lifestyle.
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This is one of my favorite shows of all time. This season is no exception and continues how I met your mother's excellent integration of events past and future to add fantastic layers of complexity to a simple, fun, and easy to enjoy show.
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Wow how have the mighty fallen, this season is a massive step down from previous seasons. Season 6 was not upto par with the previous seasons but still reasonable however season 7 is a new low and at this rate they are gonna get cancelled.

This season truely makes Ted look like a complete loser as he is desperately chasing girls he's already been with and the show's producers run through the ted and robin & barney and robin thing yet again, a sure sign the original ideas are definately drying up.
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RECAP: The series follows Ted, an architect telling his children the story if how he met their mother. Each season shows Ted and his friends experiencing all of the moments and antics that will eventually/hopefully lead to Ted meeting and falling in love with his future wife. In general, it's probably necessary to have watched the previous seasons before jumping in at Season 6, since there are references to the past and previous character development plays a role. This is a well-written and family appropriate show that keeps fans begging for more.

Season 7 kicked off in the fall of 2011 with main characters: Josh Radnor as Ted Mosby, Neil Patrick Harris as Barney Stinson, Cobie Smulders as Robin Scherbatsky, Alyson Hannigan as Lily Aldrin, and Jason Segel as Marshall Eriksen. As the series progresses it is also picking up more and more celebrity cameos [ehem, did you know that the voice of "future Ted" in the precaps is actually Bob Saget?]; Season 7 features guest appearances from Marshall Manesh as Ranjit, Chris Romano as Punchy, Nazanin Boniadi as Nora, Wayne Brady as James Stinson, Frances Conroy as Loretta Stinson, Alexis Denisof as Sandy Rivers, Kal Penn as Kevin, Becki Newton as Quinn Garvey, Chris Elliott as Mickey Aldrin, Vicki Lewis as Dr. Sonya, Martin Short as Garrison Cootes, Bill Fagerbakke as Marvin Eriksen, Cristine Rose as Virginia Mosby, Ray Wise as Robin Scherbatsky, Sr., Suzie Plakson as Judy Eriksen, Ellen D. Williams as Patrice, Ashley Williams as Victoria, Brendan Robinson as Ned, Conan O’Brien as extra, Katie Holmes as Naomi, “Weird Al” Yankovic as himself, and Ernie Hudson as himself.

SEASON 7: Season 6 came to a close with the news that Marshall and Lily are expecting a baby.
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I think all shows go through a stage where the original ideas are spent, and so many different story arcs have been tried and it either you wrap it up or try out new ideas that may or may not work. I don't know why but as soon as Marshall's dad died the show dropped down a few levels in the funny department for me. I still enjoyed the episodes but I felt some of its magic seemed absent from the party. So this season I was hopping they could refill the glass as they worked towards the end of the show. And they somewhat did, with Lily being pregnant it allowed for a new set of challenges for the cast to play off of. Some of these moments were memorable, some didn't feel like the characters at all. Depending on the episode I enjoyed the Barney and Quinn story. I think what hurt the season the most was how many major story arcs were going on at once. In the past even when Ted and Robin break up the focus is on Lily's wedding. Kinda like a relay race of sorts in the past, were anything dominating in the story happened one at a time. This season there is so much character evolution all around the story arcs went back in forth in ways that seemed unfocused and rushed. I don't think the show was poorly written, but the diversity of characters which has been such a strength in the past has become an impossible task for the writers. Since viewers love all the characters so much it must be hard as a writer managing all of them at this point of the series. The first season you mainly had Ted, and every one around him with minor story lines. The amount of original cometic situations in that formula was amazing. If they wanted to they really could take a break from the story line and just have really funny and original story lines.Read more ›
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