theladywillseeyounow:

To the writers of the HIMYM series finale.

theladywillseeyounow:

To the writers of the HIMYM series finale.

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fantasy final scene (x)

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The HIMYM writers go online to see how happy everyone is that the main OTP finally got together

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everybodywantstoruleklaine:

kanayahummel:

waltzy:

It’s really surreal to be on my dash when the fandom people are most angry about isn’t glee.

that’s when you know the writers have majorly fucked up

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themouseketeer:

Marshmallow jut wanted to be a queen this whole time.

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This ending was a powerful argument that — criticisms of finales like Lost’s notwithstanding — it is not necessarily the ideal thing to “have it all planned out from the beginning.” Not if that plan is so rigid and locked-in — say, with lines of ending dialogue recorded years in advance — that they can’t allow for organic growth and surprise. Stories change over nine years, characters do, people do. And people did over the course of HIMYM – only to be wrenched back over the course of an hour, because that was the Plan.
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And frustratingly, the exact thing I wanted not to happen happened. The mother died. (Though thank God we did not see a death scene — Cristin Milioti’s shimmery Precious Moments eyes are already so evocative.) And Ted’s kids declared, without malice, that this wasn’t really the story of how Ted had met their mother: It was the story of how he “totally, totally, totally [has] the hots for Aunt Robin.” That’s probably fair, really; we only spent a ninth of the show with the mother as a speaking character, and we only learned her name on tonight’s episode (Tracy McConnell, so she and Ted share their initials). But HIMYM made a striking, memorable promise in the pilot — that Robin was not the mother— and this feels like a promise kept only by a technicality. Congratulations on exploiting that loophole. A victory for pedantry, just as the most irritating, least lovable side of Ted Mosby would appreciate.
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anonymous asked  pippin or next to normal

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