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How I Met Your Mother - Season 7 [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.
As season seven begins, Barney prepares to wed, Robin has a new suitor, Ted discovers that his new building project is helping him in the ladies department, and Marshall finds his dream job.
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Roll on season 8!
I'm not gonna give anything away because I hate to find out about storylines before I watch it but I think there are some great ones this season and I can't wait to see more and more importantly I can't wait for season 8, I'm not sure I even care who the mother is now, I'm just enjoying the journey and the revealing of the mother would most probably mean the end of this fantastic show.
I pre-ordered as soon as it was available and I think £13.99 is an absolute bargain for a 22 episode season, there's no reason not to buy.
***Audio and subtitles are English only.***
What is excellent about this season is that after so many years many of the audience feel a real emotional investment in the lives of the characters which leads to really affecting episodes like "Tick, Tick, Tick" and "Symphony of Illumination". Also in episodes like "The Drunk Train", the writers show that they are still able to create wonderful narrative structures that involve all the main characters in unexpected ways.
The season isn't perfect, for example the writers have struggled with incorporating Lily and Marshall's move to the suburbs in to the Manhattan-based story-lines of the other four. However this season is definitely a strong one, and is much better than you would expect for a show that has been on air for so long. Importantly it feels as if the show is still growing and still has engaging stories to tell with these characters.Read more ›
The characters have evolved and I can't get enough of it.
It's amazing how things look like they're planned in the story way ahead.
Enjoyable and funny, loved it!
That being said there is still enough here to enjoy, it is far from garbage , its just noticeabley poorer .
Season 7 (so far) is an improvement, with some great episodes I could happily watch over and over again. In this season, we are finally introduced to the Slutty Pumpkin (Katie Holmes), who proves that sometimes we can build something up in our mind to be so amazing and perfect that the reality cannot possibly compare (no pressure writers, but the reveal of the Mother had better be mind-blowing :P ). Even though the relationship between Ted and the Slutty Pumpkin goes no-where, it does allow him to let go of a fantasy- an idealised girl, who in the end, is simply not right for him. Feel free to make comparisons with Robin if you wish, depending on how you feel about her connection with Ted. I for one prefer her with Barney. They have so much more in common, and I do not feel that Robin would ever want the same things from life as Ted does. Perhaps it is just as well that she was ruled out from the very beginning, but I know some fans still seem to want them to end up together.
What I love most about this show is the way in which the writers blend together a beautiful mix of comedy and drama. Every actor on the show (main cast) is incredibly talented. Comedic timing is so important to a show like this, and each actor pulls it off so well. I love how the show can go from a somewhat ludicrous, but hilarious scene, to something moving and tragic. Season 6 achieved this with the news of the death of Marshall's father (I still can't watch that scene without shedding a tear), and season 7 does the same in episode 12.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was purchased as a present so I do not have any feedbackPublished 7 months ago by Wiliam Robert Carey
A massive step down in quality in my eyes and easily the worst season out of the 9 madePublished 9 months ago by SkullMorrow AKA Clay's son
I love this season. Although one of the discs does not work at all. Not impressed.Published 10 months ago by kat elliott