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How I Met Your Mother: The 10 Best Song and Dance Moments

There aren’t many network sitcoms that can boast the breadth and awesomeness of How I Met Your Mother‘s song and dance routines. It’s a tradition the CBS series plans to continue as it kicks off its seventh season this Monday at 8/7c with a big Robin and Barney musical number. Judging by this video preview, another legendary performance is in the works.

To celebrate the show’s latest foray into musical territory, TVLine has compiled a list of HIMYM‘s 10 Best Song and Dance Moments — and there were plenty to choose from!

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10. How I Met Your Theme Song
Episode: “Hopeless, Season 6 | The cast rocks out, performing the show’s infinitely hummable theme song, which was written by creators Craig Thomas and Carter Bays. Nice touch knocking over the microphone, Ted.

9. Dirty Dancing With Barney
Episode: “First Time in New York,” Season 2 | Neil Patrick Harris gets superimposed into the iconic ’80s film as Barney recalls the (fake) tale of how he lost his virginity. Check out the wizardry it took to pull off the moment below. Color us impressed by – and nostalgic over – the work of the HIMYM special effects department.

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8. “Super Date”
Episode: “Of Course,” Season 5 | Hey, Neil Patrick Harris isn’t the only one in this cast with pipes. After you get past the foreign translation below, Josh Radnor shows off his very smooth voice as he sweeps Barney away with visions of a super date. The old-school movie-musical magic is undeniable.

7. Barney’s Naughty Holiday Songs
Episode: “Little Minnesota,” Season 4 | With each Christmas visit of Ted’s sister, Barney shows off just how much he wants to get into her pants by changing the words of well-known holiday songs. Anybody who can make a Hanukkah ditty sound dirty deserves props.

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6. “Stand By Me”
Episode: “Cleaning House,” Season 6 | Two guys who know something about vocals – Ben Vereen and Wayne Brady – duet as Barney’s brother (Brady) finally meets his dad. It’s hard to tell in the video, but the best part of Barney shoving his way into their sweet reunion song is Cobie Smulders desperately trying – and failing – to keep a straight face through Harris’ over-the-top performance.

5. “Best Night Ever”
Episode: “The Sexless Innkeeper,” Season 5 | Marshall’s double date ditty gets the music video treatment in an homage to Extreme’s “More than Words.” In fact, the band’s very own Nuno Bettencourt makes an appearance. To sum it up: Are you free next Saturday?

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4. “Sandcastles in the Sand” & “Two Beavers Are Better Than One
Episodes: “Sandcastles in the Sand, Season 3;Glitter, Season 6 | This pair of follow-up Robin Sparkles songs aren’t quite up to par with “Let’s Go to the Mall,” only because the first song was so awesome, it’s nearly impossible to top. But the presence of Tiffany, Alan Thicke and a surprisingly game James Van Der Beek – remember, this was way before his Funny or Die venture – more than makes up for the temporary foray into semi-serious balladry. Meanwhile, it’s just difficult to listen to “Two Beavers Are Better Than One” — the unintentionally dirty theme song to a children’s show — without grinning. We can’t wait to see what other sparkly treasures Barney uncovers in the future.

3. “You Just Got Slapped”
Episode: “Slapsgiving, Season 3 | Marshall commemorates his third slap with an Elton John-esque song, and Barney brilliantly joins in with some pained “ohs” and “ahs.” As if that wasn’t awesome enough, the show also released a music video of Jason Segel singing the tune in a Vegas-worthy white suit as a butler brings him a cocktail and a fur coat. Then, to top it off, the song got a remix for Slap Bet the board game in Season 5. Fun fact: Harris directed the board game tag to prep for his HIMYM directing debut later that season.

2. “Nothing Suits Me Like A Suit”
Episode: “Girls Versus Suits,” Season 5 | The show’s 100th episode featured a musical number so big, it quite possibly topped Robin Sparkles in sheer scope. With dozens of background dancers, some intricate choreography by Glee‘s Zach Woodlee – please don’t fall off the cab, Neil! – and a fantastic song, the cast and crew bite off quite a challenge and more than deliver on it. Plus, the word “refute” has never sounded better.

1. “Let’s Go to the Mall”
Episode: “Slap Bet,” Season 2 | Was there every any doubt what would top our list? Robin Sparkles’ first appearance came as such an unexpected and hilarious surprise, this is one spoiler we’re glad never leaked. Everything from the lyrics to the dance moves to the ’80s kitsch is so infectious, it makes you want to dig out your old jelly bracelets, find two strangers named Jessica and Tori, and hit the mall.

Bonus: Marshall Dancing

Episode: OK Awesome, Season 1 | We just couldn’t bring ourselves not to include this moment from an old Season 1 favorite. Once you see Marshall bust a move, you’ll understand why.

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10 Things That Happened In Season 1 Of How I Met Your Mother That You Forgot All About

How I Met Your Mother ran for nine strong seasons. Future Ted took viewers on a wild ride telling the seemingly never-ending story of how he met his wife. From 2005 to 2014, fans were on the edge of their seats waiting to find out the mother's true identity.

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So much has happened throughout the show's nine seasons that it's impossible to remember every plotline from the series, especially when it comes to season one. Keep reading to find out 10 things that happened in season one of How I Met Your Mother that you forgot all about.

Ted Threw Three Parties For Robin

There's no denying the fact that Ted came off pretty desperate in the early episodes of the show. Not only did Ted tell Robin that he loved her on their first date, but he also throws three parties in a row - just for her.

In the episode "Purple Giraffe," Ted hosted a party hoping that Robin would attend. When Robin couldn't make it, Ted ended up throwing two more parties for her.

Ted And Barney Licked The Liberty Bell

There's never a dull moment with Barney Stinson. Every night has to be "legendary" and this particular night with Barney was actually pretty memorable for Ted.

After a crazy night dealing with airport security, Barney roped Ted into going with him to lick the Liberty Bell. By the end of the episode, future Ted was left reflecting on how Barney never fails to help Ted make the best memories.

Robin Said Booger On Live TV

In this season one episode, Robin realized just how small the Metro News 1 viewership really was. She accepted several dares from Barney to say and do embarrassing things on live TV, which had no repercussions due to the fact that no one was watching.

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Robin eventually realized that her job was important regardless of viewership - but not before she fell in a pile of horse droppings on live TV.

Lily And Marshall Found A Cockamouse

The "cockamouse" made its How I Met Your Mother debut in the episode, "Matchmaker. " When Lily and Marshall saw this creature roaming around their apartment for the first time, Lily was sure it was a cockroach while Marshall was certain that it was a mouse, thus the name "cockamouse" was born.

This creature haunted the gang for the entire episode but they eventually got it out of the apartment and it wasn't seen again until the series finale.

Ted Broke Up With A Girl On Her Birthday - Again

Season one Ted was a little more immature then some fans would have liked. Especially in the episode "Return of the Shirt," where Ted selfishly wanted to reconnect with an old flame.

This girl wasn't exactly Ted's biggest fan considering he broke up with her over voicemail on her birthday. Natalie reluctantly agreed to give Ted another chance - just for him to break up with her on her birthday, again.

Barney Worked At A Soup Kitchen

In the gang's first Thanksgiving episode, "Belly Full of Turkey," Robin and Ted found out that Barney worked at a soup kitchen. Barney made it seem as though he voluntarily worked at the soup kitchen year-round, he was even named volunteer of the year.

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Of course, it finally came to light that Barney wasn't volunteering out of the goodness of his own heart, but due to court-mandated community service for public urination.

The Gang Almost Met Moby

The gang may have never met Moby, but they did get to meet someone who looked like Moby during their big night out on New Years Eve.

In the episode "The Limo," Ted rented a limousine to try to make it the most special New Years Eve yet. When the gang saw someone that looked like Moby outside the window, Ted offered "Moby" a ride. Unfortunately, this wasn't Moby, but someone named Eric who happened to have a gun.

The Gang Went To Prom

In this season one episode, Lily and Marshall were desperate to hear their potential wedding band play so the gang decided to attend a high school prom.

Of course, the gang couldn't simply attend the prom but had to sneak in. It goes without saying that hilarity and mischief ensued. Barney dressed as a turtle mascot, Ted and Marshall got in a fight with a couple of high school kids, and Robin and Lily kissed.

Lily Abandoned Ted On The Side Of The Road

In the episode "Milk," Lily secretly attended an interview for an art fellowship in San Francisco, knowing her wedding plans would be ruined if she got the fellowship. On the drive to the interview, Lily got a flat tire and called on Ted for help.

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When Ted tried to discourage Lily from attending the interview, she left him stranded on the side of the road. This moment enraged fans as it showed an extremely selfish side of Lily that viewers hadn't seen before.

Ted Learned A Rain Dance

In a desperate attempt to get Robin's company camping trip canceled, Ted learned and performed a last-minute rain dance. Surprisingly enough, the dance worked and the trip was rained out. This also meant that Robin wouldn't be getting together with her co-anchor, Sandy, that weekend.

Ted rushed over to Robin's apartment and announced that he made it rain just for her and the two of them finally got together.

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    How I Met Your Mother: The Best Episodes of TV Series

    Home TV Series Lists How I Met Your Mother: The Best Episodes of TV Series

    The series "How I Met Your Mother" is made in the form of a seemingly endless story that the future Ted tells his children, revealing the secret of meeting with their mother. The meeting with the mother herself was really long, but over these 9 years we have seen many interesting adventures of Ted and his friends. After all, the journey itself is important, not the destination.

    We have selected the best episodes of the series for you and collected them in this article.


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    The PineApple Incident
    1 season, 10 episode

    after 5 glasses of the “red dragon” Ted woke up in bed with a woman, not remembering anything about last night, but not remembering anything at night, and there was a pineapple on the bedside table. In addition, he discovered that he had a sprained ankle and that his jacket had been scorched.

    With the help of friends, he learned that his wild night included falling off the table, setting fire to Barney's jacket, and making several drunken calls to Robin. From the information he gathered, he assumed that the woman in his bed was Robin, but it was actually a girl named Trudy whom he met at a bar.

    Only the origin of the pineapple has remained a mystery.


    Come On

    Come On
    Season 1 Episode 22

    Ted tries to win the love of Robin, who is hesitant to start a relationship with him. He is also dismayed to learn that she is going camping with a work colleague who is in love with her. He learns the rain dance, in the hope that it will help him summon a storm, which in turn will disrupt Robin's travel plans. Suddenly it starts to rain and Ted, believing that this is his merit, goes to Robin and they spend the night together.

    While Ted finally gets the girl of his dreams, Marshall loses the love of his life. Lily decides to go to art school in San Francisco, despite Marshall's persuasion to drop the idea. After a long dialogue, Lily gives the wedding ring to Marshall.

    The first season ends with a jubilant Ted finding a dejected Marshall sitting on the steps of a house in the pouring rain.



    Season 2 Episode 7

    This episode gets its title from a misspelling of Barney's name on a coffee cup. This random little thing becomes a source of jokes throughout the episode. However, after breaking up with Lily, Marshall asks out the barista who made the name mistake, but Ted and Barney warn him that the girl has "crazy eyes". Lily and Marshall are an amazing couple, so it's weird to see him dating someone else. Lily interrupts their date with an impending kiss. Lily runs out confused, but Marshall catches up to her and tells her that she has the craziest eyes he's ever seen and kisses her.


    Dispute on Schools

    SLAP Bet
    2 season, 9 episode

    This classic episode that triggers two jokes that continue the entire series: Alter Ego Robin - Robin Sparkles and Directory on the Cast In the Chep. between Marshall and Barney. The gang finds out that Robin hates malls, but she won't admit the reason behind it. This causes the gang to wonder what secret she is hiding. Marshall thinks Robin got married at the mall, while Barney thinks she did a porn there. They arrange an argument for 5 slaps.

    The truth eventually comes out when Barney reveals a video of Robin's past. Deciding it's porn, Barney slaps Marshall, but it turns out to be a music video for "Let's Go to the Mall" from when Robin was a teenage pop star in Canada. What makes Marshall the winner in this dispute. He immediately uses the right to slap and saves 4 more for future episodes.


    Something Borrowed

    Something Borrowed
    Season 2 Episode 21

    It's Marshall and Lily's wedding day and everything is going wrong. Things get even worse when Marshall, unhappy with his new haircut, shaves off a strip of hair in a panic.

    They decide to play 2 ceremonies. First, do a small outdoor wedding, as they originally wanted to do. Then go to the catastrophic ceremony in absentia in the hall. Barney spent the ceremony barely holding back tears. Lily and Marshall exchanged beautiful vows. A sitcom wedding is supposed to be both funny and romantic, and this episode did a great job of that.



    Season 3 Episode 9

    In this holiday episode, Lily and Marshall celebrate their first Thanksgiving. Lily prepares dinner and Marshall prepares to slap Barney for the third time. He taunts him mercilessly, even creating a website with a countdown to the moment of the slap.

    At the same time, Ted and Robin are still dealing with the aftermath of their breakup. They hang out with the rest of the group, but feel extremely awkward. They begin to think that they will never be friends again, but one joke gives them hope that they won't.

    The episode ends at the piano with Marshall playing a song he wrote for the occasion called "You Just Got Slapped". Ten Sessions A little later, she will say that she is forbidden to meet with patients, to which Ted replied that he would ask again after ten sessions, which would be required to get rid of the tattoo. Stella warns him that she will say no, but he keeps trying to impress her anyway.

    Marshall arranges a meeting with Stella and learns that she really likes Ted. But when he asks her after the last session, she still refuses. Ted finds out that she doesn't have time for dates because she has a daughter. He surprises her by taking her on a two-minute date during their lunch break, which consisted of a very quick dinner and a movie.


    Three Days of Snow

    Three Days of Snow
    Season 4 Episode 13 Episode

    A giant snowstorm hits New York, delaying Lily's flight from Seattle. She and Marshall decided to get rid of their little tradition, when at the airport the meeting person is dressed in a chauffeur's uniform, and the arriving person brings beer from the city from which he flew out. Despite this, they independently decide to fulfill their part of this tradition.

    Barney and Ted have long dreamed of buying a bar, and they were given the opportunity to manage McLarens for the night. Then they were waiting for two girls from their performance, but they brought the whole orchestra with them.

    Grateful band members help Marshall surprise Lily at the airport by playing "Auld Lang Syne". This is a very romantic moment, which shows that some traditions cannot be canceled, that's why they are traditions.


    The Book of Picking Rules

    The Playbook
    Season 5 Episode 8

    and existing ways of meeting girls.


    Girls Versus Suits

    Girls Versus Suits
    Season 5 Episode 12

    The show's 100th episode gave us more clues about that mom than ever before. Ted starts dating Cindy, who keeps complaining about her roommate, who will become his wife in the future. Ted finds out that she plays the bass guitar and draws robots. Ted discovers that he has much in common with this mysterious woman, but only sees her leg. Also, he accidentally leaves his yellow umbrella at her apartment, which will play an important role in their subsequent meeting.

    At the same time, Barney is faced with a difficult choice. He has his eye on the sultry barmaid at McLarens, but she despises men who wear suits. She gives him an ultimatum: her or his suits. Barney launches a giant musical number about how he would never give up his precious suits for a woman.


    Last words One of the most emotional episodes takes place at the funeral of Marshall's father, after he died suddenly in the previous episode. The gang escorts Marshall to Minnesota, but they don't know how to cheer him up.

    Marshall learns that the topic of the funeral will be his father's last words to family members, and he is upset that their last conversation was not meaningful. Then he realizes that he has a voice message from his father, but he does not dare to listen to it. When he did decide to do so, he was disappointed to learn that it was a random call and there was nothing on the record. After which he gives a fiery speech to his friends about how unfair it is that his father is gone. But at the end of the message, his father, noticing that there is a call, begins to speak and the last words spoken were "I love you.

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