How I Met Your Mother - Season 6 [DVD]
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How I Met Your Mother is a comedy about Ted (Josh Radnor) and how he fell in love. It all started when Ted’s best friend, Marshall (Jason Segel), dropped the bombshell that he was going to propose to his long-time girlfriend, and now wife, Lily (Alyson Hannigan), a kindergarten teacher. At that moment, Ted realised that he had better get a move on if he too hopes to find true love. Helping him in his quest is Barney (Neil Patrick Harris), a friend with endless, sometimes outrageous opinions, a penchant for suits and a foolproof way to meet women. When Ted met Robin (Cobie Smulders), it was love at first sight, but when things didn’t work out, Ted realised destiny must have something else in store. The series is narrated through flashbacks from the future.
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I think what this season will be remembered for will be the episode Bad News a truely unique episode with a heart breaking ending (those who've seen it will know what I mean)...this really was HIMYM at it's best a really funy episode but one that isn't afraid to shock us and lead us to a dramatic place we've never really experienced before and this is something that continues for the rest of the season with episodes like Last Words and Legendaddy. It really is refreshing that a show is still able to explore different sides of these characters six seasons in. (especially Marshal and Barney)
Bad News aside HIMYM still produces some extremely funny episodes such as: Subway Wars, Natural History, Glitter, Blitzgiving (Aw Man!) to name a few and it is these episodes that you buy the boxset for because they are funny no matter how many times you watch them.
Also, Ted finally gets a long term love interest for the first time since Stella and it is nice to see the old romantic Ted back in HIMYM after he has been treading water for a bit.
Now why this season only gets 4 stars, the main reason for this is the character Zoey...I personally really like her and thought she was a good addition to the show however during the end of the season she did become more grating and she was someone that divided opinions between HIMYM fans...although she did give us the Captain!!! She is definately a character that will be remembered in HIMYM's history but maybe not for the right reasons.Read more ›
Another great season of our favourite show.
The box sets don't contain too many extra's, deleted scenes and commentary. Its a real step down from the last series. However, at the price here its great value and its well worth watching
I'm not sure but this just may be the best season so far with several ongoing storylines like the identity of Barney's father, Marshall and Lily's attempt to get pregnant, Marshall's work problems, Ted's relationship with the edgy Zoey (the excellent Jennifer Morrison, and let's not forget Kyle Mclachlan as her husband The Captain), plus standout single episodes 'The Blitz' with Jorge Garcia and 'Oh Honey' with Katy Perry, both playing it just right. What makes it all work though, apart from great writing and great performances, is the way it's structured with flashbacks, often of the same scene but from different viewpoints or what 'really' happened, teasing flashforwards, and brief throwaway scenes which only pay off in later episodes (sometimes in a later season).
There's a reasonable bunch of extras and, unusually but probably not surprising for this show, the deleted scenes are often very good. I don't usually listen to commentaries but I did with 'Bad News' featuring Jason Segel and Alyson Hannigan. It isn't especially interesting but it's fun to hear Hannigan mooning adoringly over her husband Alexis Denisoff in a guest role (they never share a scene). The gag reel is as funny as you'd expect.
How I Met Your Mother isn't just the funniest show currently on TV, it's one of the funniest shows that's ever been on TV and puts things like Friends in the shade. If you've never watched it, take a punt on Season 1 and I'll be surprised if you aren't back, like I was, for the rest.
This season ranks up there with seasons 1, 2 & 3, The show has basically gone back to its basic roots of awesomeness!!
Ted's still trying to find the one, and along his journey he meets Zoey (a evil b****) their relationship is on and off!
Barney's Still Barney (Being The Legend...wait for it....that he is!)
Marshall gets bad news, and moves back home with his family!
Lily and Marshall get the results they want in the end of the season!
And Robin, well more of her past comes back to haunt her!
Best Episode Are:
Cleaning House, Subway Wars, Canning Randy, Blitzgiving, Bad News, Last Words, Oh Honey, Legendaddy & Challenge Accepted.
Special Guests feature Katy Perry, Jennifer Morrison & Jorge Garcia (AWW MAN!!!)
Special Features Include:
Commentary on selected episodes
making "Subway Wars"
Behind the scenes of "Glitter"
What we know about your mother
"Stand by me" - Extended Performance
This DVD is a must have:
A.) because it's awesome!
& B.) because you need to add it to your collection.
Just finished the whole season in 2 days! and was not bored for a second!
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i think this is one of the better series of the show because for the first time in the entire run so far, so over 120 episodes ranging from series 1 to 5 we had no real depth of... Read morePublished 8 months ago by sean paul mccann