Subscriber Account active since. Even if you watched every single episode and re-watched them once it hit the streaming sites you probably didn't know these "legend — wait for it — dary" fun facts. Josh Radnor played Ted on the show, but Bob Saget was cast to do the "future Ted" voice-overs that narrated the series. New York City may be a central character in the series, but according to the New York Post , they really filmed on a studio lot in Los Angeles that was designed to look like the Big Apple. But there are no hard feelings from the "The Big Bang Theory" star.
How I Met Your Mother: 10 Worst First Dates The Characters Had
Of course, the dating process usually requires a first date of sorts. As all of the members of the gang went on a journey to find love, they occasionally had some awful romantic encounters on the way, with some of them ending before they even started. All it takes is one little thing to remind a person of them and all of those painful memories come flooding back. For Ted, however, just about everything reminded him of Robin. In order to get past his recent heartbreak with Robin, Ted is set up with three girls.
In fact, most of his time on the show is spent avoiding getting into anything that could resemble a real relationship! However, there are a few times that Barney lets down his guard and gets involved, as well as a few more memorable short-term flings to look at. Of all these, though, which would be great to date in real life, and which are fans happy to leave in sitcom-land? From the crazy stalker-types including an actual restraining order , to the women who were probably way too good for Barney in the first place, these are all the girlfriends Barney had on the show that we would date and would avoid in real life. Wendy the waitress is a total gem - even if Barney can't see it.
Ted Mosby Josh Radnor recalls his experiences living in New York City with his friends as he explains to his kids how he met their mother through a series of flashbacks. Throughout the episode run the show has narrative threads revolving around Ted's dating life, Lily and Marshall's relationship and the career ups and downs for each of the characters, and of course ultimately revealing the mystery behind who the mother is. Digital Spy's digital magazine is back! Interested in Digital Spy's weekly newsletter?