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  Barney’s weekend didn’t contain the three B’s, not when Robin walked out on all his bodacious Playbook schemes. In much the same way, Jeanette finally made her grand exit from Ted’s life, all thanks to the same elusive tome. Another chapter comes to a close. Ted finds himself on the seesaw with Jeanette, torn between her leaving him, going to Barney for wedding-date plays, her going back with him. Her blowing up his apartment. The three-episode arc reaches its end this episode of How I Met Your Mother with fire and a promise: Ted is ready to settle down....

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   I had to sit and plan how I was going to give this entire, stress-packed episode the attention it deserved, and not make it entirely about the massive plot twist at the end. So I’ll be recapping this Christmas special by character. ‘Tis the season: Ted: Ted’s architectural “more than a building” wonder is opening on the Manhattan skyline, and he decides to prove to his old professor, Prof. Finnick, that he became an architect after all. Unfortunately, the old Professor’s untimely words—“You’ll never be an architect”—remain unchanged. But this ties into the hinge of the episode, The Pit...

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     I’ve noticed an HIMYM episode trend lately: funny, funny, funny, leaving the blogger shocked. In the time it took to discover what Marshall, Lilly and Robin were doing in closets, we leapt to the predictable, the problem, and the pleading. Unless I was the only one pleading: pleading for Barney and Robin to get back together before the end of this series. I still hold hope. We lead the episode with the overarching problem of Ted Mosby’s things. Or, they would be his things, PROPERTY OF TED MOSBY and all, if they weren’t in the corners of his...

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