Ron P. How I Met Your Mother is not, nor has it ever been, a political show. But the CBS sitcom which concludes its ninth and final season on Monday night has, over its eight-plus years on the air, snuck in some political and social commentary ever so slyly and gently into the background—and fore. HIMYM had its major ups and downs, as any long-running network series does. Some seasons gave the strong impression that creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas and everyone else involved, for that matter were just phoning it in. But when the show was good, it was really, really good—a cleverly framed and intelligent look at friendship , marriage, and heartbreak.
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A Political History of “How I Met Your Mother” – Mother Jones
It began with Robin. It ended with Robin. But it started long before that. After the end of How I Met Your Mother this week, it seems only fitting that this throwbackthursday is dedicated to where it all began. Episode 1. The Pilot.
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Lily is portrayed by American actress Alyson Hannigan. Lily is a kindergarten teacher and an amateur painter. In the eighth season, she gets a job as an art consultant. Lily is also the only member of the original main cast of the series who has not appeared in every episode, due to Alyson Hannigan taking leave after giving birth to her first child.
Harris, 41, is also a singer and director and shot to fame as a pre-teen. He can most recently be seen alongside Ben Affleck in new release Gone Girl In his brand new memoir, Choose Your Own Autobiography , Harris, who is now a married father-of-two with David Burtka, describes the journey of acceptance for both him and his loved ones.