How I Met your Mother

How I Met your Mother

The Complete Season 8

DVD - 2013
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In the uproarious Eighth Season, the arrival of baby Marvin reminds Marshall and Lily of things they need, like sleep, better jobs and sex. Meanwhile Barney uses his playbook to win over Robin, but not her scary dad. Marshall tries to right a wrong in court in hopes of becoming a judge, and Robin's past is judged. Ted designs an amazing building, and also has designs on Barney's half-sister. But does he meet his future wife?
Publisher: Beverly Hills, CA : 20th Century Fox, ©2013.
Edition: The Yellow umbrella edition.
Characteristics: 3 videodiscs (517 min.) :,sound, colour ;,12 cm
digital, optical, Dolby Digital 5.1, rda.
video file, DVD video, region 1, rda.


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Oct 06, 2013

Things are really happening in the eighth season of HIMYM. Marshall and Lily go through a tumultuous amount of changes, as Robin and Barney each take their share of steps to become the people they want to be. Finally, there's Ted, our main character who somehow gets lost in the mix; his hunt for the perfect woman, the mother we've yet to meet, is scattered with all the frogs he has to kiss beforehand. And some of those frogs are very, uh, interesting, shall we say. I really enjoyed this season. It is closing in on the end of the series and it really shows how far these characters we love so much have come, such a departure from the hanging chad and "Have you met Ted...?" bar games. Needless to say, you should love the special episode "The Final Page", but even the finale (and we all know how HIMYM is with their cliffhanger finales) has so much going on that you are on the edge of your seat and yelling, "C'mon!" when it inevitably leaves you hangin'. I cannot wait for next season. I highly recommend HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER.

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