How I Met Your Mother

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  • How I Met Your Mother

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    Season 9 Finally of How I Met Your Mother Is there such thing as the perfect series being completely ruined by the finally? Or maybe a bad season being saved by the perfect finally? That’s the question that comes to hand when people talk about the season nine final of “How I Met Your Mother” that premiered on March 31st, 2014. On that day the nation split, of those who fell in love with the season but hated the final, and those who hated the final season but loved the finally. Well here is the cold

  • How I Met Your Mother

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    Season 9 Finale of How I Met Your Mother Is there such thing as the perfect series being completely ruined by the finale? Or maybe a bad season being saved by the perfect finale? That’s the question that comes to hand when people talk about the season nine final of “How I Met Your Mother” that premiered on March 31st, 2014. On that day the nation split, of those who fell in love with the season, but hated the final, and those who hated the final season but loved the finale. Well, here is the cold

  • How I Met Your Mother

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    How I Met Your Mother is an American sitcom that premiered on CBS on September 19, 2005, created by Craig Thomas and Carter Bays, and directed by Pamela Fryman. Set in Manhattan, How I Met Your Mother follows the social and romantic lives of Ted Mosby (Josh Radnor) and his friends Marshall Eriksen (Jason Segel), Robin Scherbatsky (Cobie Smulders), Lily Aldrin (Alyson Hannigan), and Barney Stinson (Neil Patrick Harris).[1] As a framing device, the main character, Ted,[1] using voiceover narration

  • Symbolism In How I Met Your Mother

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    The citizens of New York, U.S.A have many strange customs as portrayed in the well known series “How I Met Your Mother”. The setting mostly takes place at a pub/restaurant where all the five members occasionally meet. The women seem to have diverse mindsets regarding clothing, although they do end up in more formal clothing by the end of the night when they are at "McLaren's" the pub mentioned earlier. This is revealed through their choices of wearing tighter clothing, sometimes more revealing

  • Gender Stereotypes In Popular Media

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    “I am Mr Charity. I frequently sleep with sixes, chubsters and over 30's. I am the Bill and Melinda Gates of the sympathy bang” a quote from the humorous, lovable and flirtatious Barney Stinson of the hit TV show, How I Met Your Mother. My name is Helena Byers I am a year 11 student and I am here today to discuss the ever-growing topic of media portrayals of gender roles and stereotypes. Popular media such as this, play the biggest role in the continual propaganda of stereotyping and constructing

  • Sitcom Singles: The Differential Portrayal of Single Men and Women in the Modern American Sitcom

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    Cougar Town, Gary Unmarried, How I Met Your Mother, The Big Bang Theory, The New Adventures of Old Christine, and The Office. Full episode titles and air dates are given on an attached works cited page. Single women in sitcoms are, above all, insecure. This manifests itself in different ways, and to different levels: at best, they are neurotic; at worst, downright psychotic. On the “neurotic” end of the scale falls someone like Robin Cherbotsky of How I Met Your Mother, who is described as suffering

  • How I Met Your Mother: Canadian Identity

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    of Canada’s identity in order to function. There can be cultural essentialist beliefs of nationality, religion and political positions to explain the fundamental difference between identities, for instance, the United States and Canada. In How I Met Your Mother they create a distinct Canadian space in the series that is filmed in the United States that serves for their narrative and

  • Comparing Odyssey 'And How I Met Your Mother'

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    Something that is often seen in TV shows, movies and even real life is when someone in a partnership, whether it be amiable or romantic, ruins the closeness with back of the head thoughts. An instance that might display this is in the show “How I Met Your Mother” when a woman, Lily, attempts to go after her failed dream of becoming a painter, thus losing her husband and her job as a kindergarten teacher once she returns. Furthermore, it seems that if this woman were to stay in denial when it came to

  • The Tv Show How I Met Your Mother Essay

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    In the TV show “How I Met Your Mother,” Robin Scherbatsky is a 30-year-old woman that does not portray the typical lady on most situational comedies. Being strong headed and loud mouthed, Robin is continuously breaking gender roles by working her way up the business world, not wanting to be a mom, and definitely not being weak or fragile. However, the problem in society is that most women aren’t as bold as Robin. Most women don’t have the job security or ability to be audacious to stand up to their

  • Popular Television Shows: Seinfield And How I Met Your Mother

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    categorized under comedy from the past might be Seinfield. This show aired from 1989-1998. A television show that is popular today that is a comedy is How I Met Your Mother. How I Met Your Mother aired from 2005-2014. Seinfield and How I Met Your Mother are both alike. The two shows just aired in separate decades. I feel like the producer of How I Met Your Mother made this show because the show Seinfield was such a popular show in the previous decade. Both shows are about a group of friends that always meet

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