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(MoviePilot)   How I Met Your Mother is the prequel to Full House   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, How I Met Your Mother, Full House, Bob Saget, series finale, John Stamos, Carter Bays, father figures, Three's Company  
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6595 clicks; posted to Entertainment » on 05 Apr 2014 at 5:56 PM (4 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2014-04-05 04:08:41 PM  
2 votes:
I'm so sick of people trying to tie shows together on some flimsy premise.

I'm going to say How I Met Your Mother is a prequel to The Human Centipede, because I'd like to think how the douches on that show end up.
2014-04-06 08:37:59 AM  
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jenny next: Theory #78928: Aliens have taken over the planet in the future.  They have selected one person to tell his story about how he met his mate: they have abducted Ted and forced him to tell the story to simulated versions of his kids.  (He does have a wife and kids in real life, but they're back on Earth.)  They are using his story as a test to determine whether all humans will die or if they are worthy to live as their slaves and prisoners. If the outcome of the story displeases them, everyone dies.

Ted, Sheharazade-style, keeps prolonging the story so that the rest of the humans can prepare to defend themselves against the alien invaders and save the planet.  He adds in trivial stuff to gage their reactions about what kind of outcome they prefer.  When he reaches the conclusion, he hopes that his comrades will find him and rescue him, or if not, that his family and friends and the rest of the planet will be saved.

You are awesome. Here is my theory:

HIMYM is a question posed to a quantum computer, and we, the viewing audience, are the qbits to determine the outcome. The actual plot and events during the series run is different for everyone. We discuss and post our opinions and whenever an agreement is made or an event is determined to be "good" then that becomes the real observed events I'm the series.

The series final is in superposition. You need to watch and discuss every episode to determine what the last episode is about, in order for it to become real and observable.

I have not watched the entire series but snuck ahead to view the last episode. So far, the series underlying existential theme is how life springs from death, the need for friends and how amazing it is to have compound eyes. The special effects in that show were amazing. How did they do that and where the hell did the bug people come from?
2014-04-05 11:28:13 PM  
1 vote:
Kids, in the spring of 2014, a half-assed theory was all you needed to generate click bait.
2014-04-05 07:18:03 PM  
1 vote:
Worst article about an even worse show. I wish I had not read it as I feel dumber for doing so.
2014-04-05 06:59:32 PM  
1 vote:

fearmongert: Actually, How I Met Your Mother is the prequel to Texas Chainsaw Massacre. After enduring nine years of that story, those kids develop some SERIOUS issues.

I always found it creepy dad was telling the kids about his sex life.
2014-04-05 06:33:46 PM  
1 vote:
People really need to get over HIMYM.  The show was once a funny sitcom (yes I do think it was funny at one point) that went off the rails several seasons ago, never really got back on track, and is finally over after dying a slow, painful death.  I don't understand why people want to see the finale remade when it seemed that most people had troubles even making it through the final season.  It's time to move on and find something else to watch people.  TV can, has, and will do better.
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