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Submitted by alycakes 954d ago | review

How I Met Your Mother: "The Final Page": IGN Review

IGN:
While technically two episodes, "The Final Page, Part 1" and "The Final Page, Part 2" were a connected two-parter that aired together, so we're reviewing them together!

How I Met Your Mother's "The Final Page, Part 1" kicked things off with a rousing game of jinx, in which Barney was silenced for pretty much the entire first half of the midseason finale. Meanwhile, Ted was confronted with a burning desire to visit his old architect professor (played by The OC's Peter Gallagher), who once told him that he would never become an architect. (How I Met Your Mother, TV) 7.8/10

alycakes  +   955d ago
I guess they're coming back next season because we never have found out the main thing....'How I Met Your Mother'...right?
Soldierone  +   954d ago
It's only the mid-season finale :P

Here the producers say they will most likely keep going if they are offered the opportunity to do so.

http://www.aoltv.com/2011/0...

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