How I Met Your Mother, Complete Series

How I Met Your Mother, Complete Series Summary

You don’t have to “wait for it” any longer… the complete series collection of HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER is finally here. Suit up for all nine legendary seasons of the slap-happy show that took TV comedy to hilarious new heights. Join Barney, Robin, Marshal and Lily and their romantically challenged best friend Ted for more than two-hundred truly awesome episodes. Relive all the inside jokes, crazy time-jumps, never-saw-that-coming plot twists and classing long-running gags : from the Bro Code to doppelgangers to Robin Sparkles to the infamous slap-bet between Marshall and Barney How I Met Your Mother, Complete Series Wiki

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How I Met Your Mother, Complete Series Episodes

How I Met Your Mother is a comedy about Ted and how he fell in love. It all starts when Ted's best friend, Marshall drops the bombshell that he's going to propose to his long-time girlfriend, Lilya kindergarten teacher. At that moment, Ted realizes that he had better get a move on if he too hopes to find true love. Helping him in his quest is Barney a friend with endless, sometimes outrageous opinions, a penchant for suits and a foolproof way to meet women. When Ted meets Robin he's sure it's love at first sight, but destiny may have something else in store.

Episode TitleTime
Season 1, Episode 1, Pilot22:07
Season 1, Episode 2, Purple Giraffe22:06
Season 1, Episode 3, The Sweet Taste of Liberty21:21
Season 1, Episode 4, Return of the Shirt22:00
Season 1, Episode 5, Okay Awesone22:00
Season 1, Episode 6, The Slutty Pumpkin22:10
Season 1, Episode 7, Matchmaker21:59
Season 1, Episode 8, The Duel22:07
Season 1, Episode 9, Belly Full of Turkey22:07
Season 1, Episode 10, The Pineapple Incident22:11
Season 1, Episode 11, The Limo22:10
Season 1, Episode 12, The Wedding21:54
Season 1, Episode 13, Drumroll, Please22:15
Season 1, Episode 14, Zip, Zip, Zip22:06
Season 1, Episode 15, Game Night22:07
Season 1, Episode 16, Cupcake22:01
Season 1, Episode 17, Life Among the Gorillas22:07
Season 1, Episode 18, Nothing Good Ever Happens After 2 A.M.21:56
Season 1, Episode 19, Mary The Paralegal22:15
Season 1, Episode 20, Best Prom Ever21:38
Season 1, Episode 21, Milk22:00
Season 1, Episode 22, Come On22:10
Season 2, Episode 1, Where Were We?21:21
Season 2, Episode 2, The Scorpian and the Toad22:06
Season 2, Episode 3, Brunch21:42
Season 2, Episode 4, Ted Mosby: Architect22:04
Season 2, Episode 5, World's Greatest Couple22:04
Season 2, Episode 6, Aldrin Justice22:03
Season 2, Episode 7, Swarley22:00
Season 2, Episode 8, Atlantic City22:04
Season 2, Episode 9, Slap Bet22:04
Season 2, Episode 10, Single Stamina22:04
Season 2, Episode 11, How Lily Stole Christmas21:56
Season 2, Episode 12, First Time in New York21:57
Season 2, Episode 13, Columns22:03
Season 2, Episode 14, Monday Night Football21:31
Season 2, Episode 15, Lucky Penny21:34
Season 2, Episode 16, Stuff22:00
Season 2, Episode 17, Arrividerci, Fiero21:48
Season 2, Episode 18, Moving Day22:02
Season 2, Episode 19, Bachelor Party22:01
Season 2, Episode 20, Showdown22:04
Season 2, Episode 21, Something Borrowed21:59
Season 2, Episode 22, Something Blue22:04
Season 3, Episode 1, Wait For It20:52
Season 3, Episode 2, We’re Not From Here21:08
Season 3, Episode 3, Third Wheel21:42
Season 3, Episode 4, Little Boys21:35
Season 3, Episode 5, How I Met Everyone Else21:45
Season 3, Episode 6, I'm Not That Guy21:43
In 2030, Ted tells his children the story of how he met their mother, beginning back in 2005 with Marshall and Lily’s engagement. Ted, eager to find his soulmate, meets Robin, and sets his sights on marrying her.
Ted throws a party in hopes of seeing Robin again, but when she doesn’t show up, he throws another party…and another. Meanwhile, Lily’s heightened libido prevents Marshall from getting his work done.
Barney’s plan to meet girls at the airport backfires as he and Ted are picked up by airport security, and Lily gets jealous when Robin monopolizes the male attention at their girls’ night out.
Ted reconnects with Natalie, an old flame, and soon remembers why he dumped her in the first place. Meanwhile, Barney pays Robin to say outrageous things on the air.
Robin, Ted, and Barney go to a hot new club, leaving the engaged Marshall and Lily to a more adult, albeit boring, evening of wine tasting.
Halloween hijinx are afoot as Ted makes his annual trek to the same lame party in search of a girl he met there years ago, while Robin joins Marshall and Lily for a double date.
When Ted signs up with a matchmaking service, he learns that love is not a science. Meanwhile, Marshall and Lily confront a frightening creature living in the apartment.
Lily officially moves in with Marshall and Ted, and when Ted suspects that he's being edged out of the apartment, he and Marshall decide to settle it like men.When Ted signs up with a matchmaking service, he learns that love is not a science.
Thanksgiving with Marshall's family is especially stressful for Lily because she thinks she may be pregnant. Elsewhere, Robin, Barney and Ted spend the holiday volunteering at a homeless shelter.
After an alcohol-induced blackout, Ted awakens to find a strange woman - and a pineapple - in his bed.
New Year’s Eve is a wild ride as Ted rents a limo for a night of party-hopping with the gang.
Ted’s romantic hopes are dashed when he invites Robin to a fancy wedding, only to discover that the bride-to-be won’t allow him to bring a date.
Robin is emotionally torn when Ted meets an exciting new woman, Victoria, at the wedding. Afterward, though, he doesn’t know how to contact her.
Hiding in the bathroom, Marshall and Lily wait impatiently for Ted and Victoria to consummate their relationship, and Barney typically gets the wrong idea while hanging out with Robin.
Marshall’s game night leads to some startling and very embarrassing revelations.
Just as Ted and Victoria’s relationship is beginning to flourish, she’s offered a scholarship to a culinary institute in Germany. Should she stay, or should she go?
With Victoria in Germany, Ted faces the pitfalls of long-distance relationships, and Marshall has trouble fitting in when he takes a job at Barney’s company.
With Victoria on his mind, Ted has conflicted feelings when Robin invites him over for a late night rendezvous.
Ted needs a date to take to Robin’s awards banquet, so Barney hooks him up with Mary, who may be a call girl.
With her wedding day fast approaching, Lily, along with Barney and Robin, crashes a high school prom to scope out a potential band for the reception.
Ted is excited when a matchmaking service claims to have found his soul mate, but he must postpone his date to help Lily, who has a surprising revelation.
Hoping to get closer to Robin, Ted tries to prevent her from going away for the weekend with her co-anchor, Sandy. Meanwhile, Marshall is upset when he finds out about Lily’s fellowship interview.
While Ted and Robin’s romance blossoms, the newly-single Marshall is having trouble getting over his break up with Lily, in spite of the gang’s best efforts to cheer him.
While Marshall adjusts to bachelorhood, Lily is back in town after an amazing summer in San Francisco, but what really brought her back?
Robin is worried about meeting Ted’s parents, who have a big surprise in store. Meanwhile, Lily and Marshall struggle with the precarious new status of their relationship.
After Ted and Robin’s first big fight, Ted goes out on the town with a great new pick-up line and a jealous Robin hot on his heels.
Needing a place to stay, Lily moves in with Barney, and it’s only a matter of time before they’re sleeping together. Elsewhere, Marshall spends some quality time with a new friend, who just happens to be a guy.
Hoping that she’ll lighten up a bit, Barney takes it upon himself to satisfy Marshall’s recently divorced law professor. Lily, meanwhile, takes a job at Ted’s office and tries to teach the boss a lesson.
Marshall goes on his first real date since breaking up with Lily, but his buddies warn him about the inherent dangers of dating a girl with crazy eyes.
The whole gang is off to Atlantic City when Marshall and Lily finally decide to get married, but eloping just isn’t as easy as it used to be!
Robin tries to hide her secret past, and the guys discuss opposing viewpoints on getting to know women: while Ted prefers to know everything up front, Barney wants to know as little as possible.
Barney may be losing a wingman when his brother James arrives in town with some surprising news.
Ted must find a way to make amends when a fight between him and Lily threatens to ruin everyone’s holiday.
Robin wants to talk her younger sister out of losing her virginity, and the gang regales one another with the wild stories of their first sexual experiences.
A nude painting of Marshall gives Barney an idea for a portrait of his own, and Ted can’t quite bring himself to fire his former boss in spite of the man’s obnoxiousness.
When a funeral preempts the gang’s Super Bowl plans, they agree to watch the game on Monday night, trying desperately not to find out the score ahead of time.
Ted contemplates the mysterious ways of destiny after a string of bad luck that might just turn out for the best.
While Ted and Robin purge themselves of mementos from past relationships, Lily’s performance in an awful play prompts Barney to star in a play of his own.
With Marshall’s beloved Fiero in the shop for repairs, the gang reminisces about good times spent in the old car, and Marshall realizes that it may finally be time to let it go.
Before he considers moving into Ted’s old room himself, Barney does everything he can to prevent Ted from moving in with Robin.
Barney ruins Marshall’s bachelor party by hiring a stripper, and Lily reveals a secret that causes Marshall to rethink his choice of best man.
Barney is thrilled by the opportunity to fulfill a lifelong dream: to appear on The Price is Right and actually meet Bob Barker.
Surprisingly, it’s up to Barney, the consummate bachelor, to set things right when they go wrong on Marshall and Lily’s wedding day.
At Marshall and Lily’s wedding reception, Barney is desperate to discover the big secret that Ted and Robin are hiding.
When Robin shows up with an Argentinean Adonis by her side, Ted decides he is ready to hit the town with Barney and his performance is legen...wait for it...dary!
After seeing girls get weak in the knees over Robin's man, Gael, who's from Argentina, Barney and Ted decide to pose as out-of-towners, in order to meet chicks.
When two beautiful women show that they are both very attracted to Ted, they take the party to his place, where the gang helps Ted realize that bad luck doesn't always come in threes.
When "kid unfriendly" Robin surprisingly forms a bond with the young son of the guy she is dating, she decides it is too serious and must figure out a way to let the little guy down.
When Ted's new girl becomes jealous that the story of how he and his pals met is better than the story of how she and Ted met, her ranking on Barney's "crazy scale" skyrockets.
When a corporate law firm courts Marshall, lawyer Jeff Coatsworth (guest star John Cho) wins him over, forcing him to let go of his dream of saving the earth in favor of the almighty dollar.

How I Met Your Mother, Complete Series Comments & Critics

How I Met Your Mother, Complete Series Reviews

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- Great show with some errors4 star

One of my absolute favorite sitcoms. Neil Patrick Harris MADE this show. However, there are some issues with the last few episodes of season 6, causing autoplay to go backwards or repeat the episode. Minus 1 star for that.

- Price1 star

Far too expensive.

- Ending doesn't have to be perfect. Life isn't!5 star

I agree that's the first 5 seasons are much better then the last 4 and that the ending wasn't definitive. We have to take it as it is, as we do in real life. Love stories are hardly perfect. A lot of times love isn't the only thing Timing is extremely important She was older & lived through all of her adventures & he was alone. Also gives purpose to him even telling the story to his kids (that he always has loved her)

- Great show5 star

Great show, why are people giving 1 star for the price? If it’s expensive don’t buy it, but be honest. This show is so fun and funny, buy and enjoy.

- Great show that’s out of order.2 star

I love this show, but the episode order is really messed up.

- Pay the Price or Shut Up5 star

If you like it, pay up. Don’t leave a poor review because you can’t afford it.

- Overpriced3 star

I think the price is very high, and there should be a discount for people with the separate seasons. I absolutely love the show, but this makes it really hard to watch it and adore it. Please take this into consideration and help the people watch the show.

- Lack of information3 star

My review is really for the iTunes guys; because they don’t put in the info part of this series comes with other language options like subtitles or something. I would love to buy it but I need to know if I will be able to view it with my family because they don’t speak English

- Awesome deal5 star

HIMYM is one of my favorite shows. For $37 it is an awesome deal. I would rewatch it over and over because it’s hilarious.

- Love5 star

My favorite show since friends! The best!

- BEST SHOW EVER!!!5 star

Perfect price for all nine seasons!!

- Cut down the price1 star

Please cut down the price and make it cheaper, I am waiting for it.

- Was going to buy, but...1 star

They just DOUBLED the price!

- Best show on tv!3 star

Grew up watching this show, would love to rewatch it, but $75 is too much for me.

- iTunes Price1 star

Bring the price back to $30!!! Price went from $30 to $75 in 2 days! Like... What??????

- Worth it5 star

All of this for 30$ ? This a robbery

- Amazing!5 star

My favorite show of ALL TIME!!! Can’t wait to binge watch this over Christmas!

- Yes she is going home5 star

Yes she is going home

- It is ok2 star

Spent 75$ on this and it took more out of my account than it said, it took Lilly 80$

- Awesome Show5 star

How I Met Your Mother is hands down one of my favorite sitcoms of all time. Not only is it funny, but it's highly entertaining and has some pretty good life lessons which is something that's hard to find on TV today. I highly recommend this show.

- The ending :(1 star

The last 2 minutes of the last episode ruined the WHOLE show for me. I am not sure I can ever watch any of the episodes again. It was completely unbelievable and propagates all sappy, romantic, overdone stereotypes about "the one." Barney & Robyn were perfect together. Ted + Robyn = waaay too plutonic to ever be interesting/believable as "soul mates." The rest of the show was 5-star though. I hope I can get over the trauma of the last two minutes and get back "that feeling" for this show...


It costs WAY TOO MUCH. It’s such a great show but I don’t have $75.00 to spend on this. Not all of us are rich, thanks.

- Back to 30$ please5 star

This is my all time favorite show I never get bored watching this !!!

- Loved it.5 star

Absolutely my favorite show.

- Best show ever!5 star

HIMYM is an instant classic. For those of you that gave it a 1 Star just cause it went on sale then went back up are ridiculous. Smh. Your review has absolutely nothing to do with the product itself but rather your missed opportunity to get it for a lower price during the holidays. Your reasoning is on par with the dumb blonde bimbos Barney sleeps with 😂

- Don't get me wrong, I absolutely ADORE this show4 star

But somewhere around season 6 is when the writing and the quality go way downhill eventually leading up to a season finale worse then Dextor. The show just went on way longer than it should have and they wrote themselves into a corner they couldn't write out of. But... Seasons 1-5 are my absolute favorite and will continue to enjoy and love every episode from them.

- Please3 star

If you bring the price back down, even a little, I will definitely purchase and leave a great review. The show itself is amazing.

- Let me buy it for $30 please5 star

I will buy it right away if you bring back the $30 price tag. Already watched the whole series twice. But willing to buy it for my iPad. The show itself is worth the 5star

- Price1 star

Bring the price down and I promise I’ll buy it and leave a great review!!

- Overpriced1 star

Bring the price back down to 30$

- Great show. Bring price back down.1 star

Price went from 30$ to 75$. :/

- Please5 star

I’m inform someone when it goes back on sale I seen that yesterday it was 29.99 was never informed or emailed about sales and so I waited until the next day to get it on pay day and it’s back at 74.99. Not saying item isn’t worth it but just can’t afford that

- Best Sitcom ever5 star

I’ve rewatched this show so many times it’s actually crazy. The cast is amazing and I’ve grown to love the characters. When i found out the series was removed from Netflix. It left me no choice, but to buy the whole series.

- Amazing!5 star

I was devastated when HIMYM was removed from Netflix. On Christmas my mom purchased me the entire series for only $30.00. This was an amazing deal on one of the best shows of all time! This was an amazing Christmas present.

- Fantastic deal5 star

This show is one of the best. And 208 episodes for $30? This is clearly a no-brainer. (However, you should only watch up to episode 206. You can stop after that)

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When will the price be reduced?

all.the.nicknames.are.taken!! - Pure amazingness5 star

u gotta watch this seriously

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10/10 best show ever

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