How I Met Your Mother in The Media: Famous in Canada
Posted Sep 16, 2007 @ 11:50 PM
CBS is upping HIMYM's presence on the internet and will be showing "how it really happened" footage that they claim is too
risque to be shown on television - including "sex, drugs and Ted and Barney in a hot tub."
Posted Sep 17, 2007 @ 8:47 AM
Last season the show averaged a 3.5 rating and a 10 share in adults 18 to 49 and is the network’s top-rated scripted series among viewers 35 and under.
That's an interesting fact considering the fact that CBS has some of the most watched shows on television period. I knew this show skewed young, but it seems like it skews younger than I could have imagined.
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Hannigan confides the actor is now demanding he be called "Neil 'Emmy' Harris"; when confronted with these alleations, Harris is shocked. "That's weird," he responds testily. "Because it's 'America's Emmy-nominated Neil Patrick Harris'."
Posted Sep 17, 2007 @ 6:57 PM
Speaking of viral videos, I think it's worth reposting this fun clip. It is from the now-cancelled Megan Mullally Show containing a rendition of "Confrontation" from Les Miserables by NPH & Jason Segal. It was posted in the old thread, but now that we have these shiny new forums, I think it bears repeating. Apologies, and mea culpa if this should be moved to another thread.
I cannot even tell you how much I love this video. I saw it on Give Me My Remote after it first aired (GMMR is a huge HIMYM fan, so you can find lots of news about the show there), and was mesmerized. I saw NPH in a touring company of RENT way back in the day (He will always be Mark a little bit to me), and now I'm obsessed with seeing him sing as much as possible. I was surprised that Jason had such a good voice too, though! Sure made me want to hang out with all of those guys.
Posted Sep 17, 2007 @ 10:20 PM
I had to watch it a couple times to soak it all in, first to take in the awesomeness that is NPH and JS's performance ...I love the way NPH totally committed to it, and then JS matched him as the duet went on. Then, I had to watch it again to appreciate what the rest of the cast was doing during the song (Cobie acting the scene out with her hands, cradling a baby when they sang about a baby, etc, and AH, JR just cracking up) Megan Mullally didn't really know what to do with them ...and that was after she worked for like 40 years with the cast of Will & Grace :-)
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Man, I'm so excited.
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Edited by TWoP Barnes, Sep 24, 2007 @ 5:43 AM.
to remove unnecessary spoiler tags
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Oh, and he's never heard "tramp stamp"? Really? 'Cause I live in the armpit of nowhere, and it made its way here ages ago.
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Posted Sep 28, 2007 @ 10:09 PM
I find it all the cooler because it just assumes that all literate people will know exactly who Barney is without further identification.
The performers include Sally Ann Triplett, Ian Bartholomew, Michael Jibson, Sam Kenyon and Elliot Levey as real-life flying pioneers Amelia Earhart, George Putnam, Charles Lindbergh, and The Wright Brothers, whose aerial exploits were (to quote the small screen’s most notable wingman, Barney Stinson) legen- (wait for it) -dary.
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