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The show has one of the best comedy ensembles on television, including Neil Patrick Harris (“Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle”), Alyson Hannigan (“Buffy the Vampire Slayer”), and Jason Segel (“Freaks and Geeks”), but the two breakout stars of the show are Josh Radnor (Ted) and Cobie Smulders (Robin). ” () And then, once I heard Jason got cast, I thought, “Wow, I’ve found myself in really great company here,” because I had been such a big fan of “Freaks and Geeks” and “Undeclared.” So, yeah, I don’t think there was an agenda in terms of…obviously, the network likes it if you can get people who are known, but it’s just one of those things that, in a strange alchemy of casting, the five of us just worked really well together, for whatever reason. BE: Actually, I was wondering: Joss, of course, recently made his announcement that Cobie ) Oh, my God! JR: Yeah, well, I think that’s kind of the genius part of it. It’s ) …is that I’ve had relationships in my life that meant so much to me, and I grew so much, and I’ve never wished them away, but I didn’t end up marrying them. And it’s also nice because it mirrors…there’s something…I love that this is a coming-of-age story, because our characters can grow and change. They…actually, I think that’s what they love about the show. ” And we just go back through the whole story, trying to figure out who’s fault it is and why I missed this flight…and we were talking about how it’s actually all the scenes of the series, or the writing theme of the series, encapsulated in one episode: all the crazy twists and turns of fate that lead you to where you need to be. BE: By the way, just let me know if you have to go.
Bullz-Eye was fortunate enough to score a few minutes with Radnor to brief him on the accolade his show has earned, and immediately thereafter, we unabashedly quizzed him on all things “How I Met Your Mother.” Bullz-Eye: Hello? BE: I guess Craig being a big “Buffy” fan explains why the, uh, have been sprinkled throughout. A lot of sitcoms, they’re locked into this persona…and Ted and Robin will be different people this season, and they’ll change as we change; they’ll change as the show changes and we grow up. BE: Oh, yeah…but it just seemed like something where CBS would’ve said, “No way! And we get a…I don’t understand much about ratings and demos and all that nonsense, but we really do pull in a much younger audience than they’re used to getting. ( more fractured and non-linear, and that was one where they said, “Help us out here. Oh, no, it’s not Barney’s fault, it’s actually Marshall’s fault. And the other thing that’s…there are certain episode that we call…well, Craig and I call them the “mystery episodes,” where something happens like Barney and Lily wake up in bed together…Ted meets a girl at a wedding, but who is she? I only have a few more questions, but I don’t want to hold you up. But I’ve recommended a lot of music that they’ve used.
Make this a little more easy to follow.” But I described it as if Quentin Tarantino directed a sitcom. JR: Oh, no, I’ve got about five or ten more minutes. Um…the music for the show is awesome, and, clearly, the selections are the work of fierce music geeks… BE: I was going to ask…because, like, you used my favorite Replacements song (“Skyway”), you used a song from the first Fountains of Wayne album (“Sink to the Bottom”), you used a relatively obscure Roxy Music song (“Mother of Pearl”)... I think…there’s a songwriter that I love, in Brooklyn, named Jay May, and I want to get her hooked up, but I doubt if she actually follows television.
We have an episode coming up, called “Lucky Penny,” that I’m flying to interview with these corporate guys for a new position in New York, but I have to fly to their corporate headquarters in Chicago…and Robin’s coming with me, and we’re about to miss the plane, and it turns out that I had a court date, and that’s why I missed the plane. JR: Yeah, actually, Barney Stinson is named after…isn’t he the (Replacements’) guitarist? JR: Yeah, Carter and Craig are actually huge Replacements (fans). But I gave the song to Craig, and he and the music supervisor want to use it, maybe for the season finale. BE: Do you ever hear from any of the artists who end up having their music play a key role in the show? And I think Craig and Carter had a fairly well-known musician call and say that he was a huge fan of the show, and that if he could ever do anything, if they ever wanted to use any of his music, that they could. BE: Did anyone ever hear from Moby after the “Not Moby” episode? BE: First, do you anticipate your voice changing to sound like Bob Saget’s anytime soon?
Another excuse to talk about how completely hilarious “How I Met Your Mother” is! A., so we knew each other and had worked together, and it was great.
And make no mistake, my friends: it’s so funny that it’s made the jump from the Bubbling Under section of our TV Power Rankings into the proper Top 20. And I’d heard he got cast, and I just called him up and said, “Are you kidding me? Alyson Hannigan’s husband) is a genius, and he’s so funny as Sandy Rivers…but Alyson, she always wants to get her friends on the show, but, luckily, they’re all fantastic, so… I guess he felt safe now; he wouldn’t tell anybody who he was thinking about, but, now, I guess he figured, “Well, if I’m not on it, I guess I can tell you! BE: Ya’ll have great chemistry…which I’m sure you’ve heard a thousand times…but it kinda sucks that it was set up from day one that Ted doesn’t end up with Robin. The network, in their defense, has been really great about this show, in terms of letting us do what we want, and they haven’t tried to…all the kind of weirdness that we were talking about, they haven’t tried to tone that down. The whole series is essentially a mystery: who’s he going to end up with?
I think their name in the original draft of the script was, like, the Jazz Lobsters. BE: Because I’ve heard a report that there’s going to be a wedding coming up, and then the tease that it might not be the engaged couple (Marshall and Lily) who’ll be the ones getting married, and it just sounds like it’s setting up for a possible cliffhanger. I’m about to get the script for next week’s episode later this afternoon, so that’s about as far in advance as I know what’s happening…but I do think the next episode is called “Bachelor Party,” if that gives you any idea where the season’s going.
() BE: For some reason, it never occurred to me until I heard about the wedding that just because Robin isn’t the mother of Future Ted’s kids doesn’t mean that Ted and Robin couldn’t have been married at some point of these stories…unless parenting standards have really changed by 2035! The pair are both very busy this year when it comes to their work with Jones gearing herself up to promote the final installment of the vampire/werewolf films later this year, Twilight: Breaking Dawn: Part Two.The first season of How I Met Your Mother, an American sitcom created by Carter Bays and Craig Thomas, premiered on CBS in the United States on September 19, 2005 and concluded on May 15, 2006.At the end of the season, Marshall is seen looking desolate and miserable, while Ted and Robin agree to pursue a relationship. On the review aggregation site, Rotten Tomatoes reported that 56% of critics gave the show a positive review, giving it a "rotten" score.The first season garnered an average of 9.47 million viewers per all 22 episodes in the U. Out of all regular primetime programming that aired during the 2005–2006 American television season, How I Met Your Mother ranked 51st out of 156, according to the Nielsen ratings system.Robin, however, doesn't want to rush into a relationship and the two decide to be friends.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating