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How I Met Your Mother: Now We're Even

Just as Ted starts to settle into his new apartment alone, Barney tries to entice him into going out every single night. Meanwhile, Lily has a naughty dream about someone other then Marshall, and Robin finally becomes a famous news anchor.

Source: CBS


Episode Info


Episode number: 7x21
Airdate: Monday April 16th, 2012

Director: Pamela Fryman
Writer: Chuck Tatham

Alternate Airdates:

AU (Seven) Oct 11, 2012

  • Currently 9.1/10
9.1/10 (7 Votes cast)

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Guest Stars
Alexis DenisofAlexis Denisof
As Sandy Rivers
Recurring
Becki NewtonBecki Newton
As Quinn
Recurring
Eben HamEben Ham
As Pilot
Recurring
Marshall ManeshMarshall Manesh
As Ranjit
Recurring
Main Cast
Josh RadnorJosh Radnor
As Ted Mosby
Jason SegelJason Segel
As Marshall Eriksen
Cobie SmuldersCobie Smulders
As Robin Scherbatsky
Neil Patrick HarrisNeil Patrick Harris
As Barney Stinson
Alyson HanniganAlyson Hannigan
As Lily Aldrin
Bob SagetBob Saget
voiced Narrator / Ted, 2030

Recap

The episode begins and, “How do you like living alone?” is the question Marshall poses to Ted. And so we take a peek into what life sans roommates is like for Ted Mosby. His first order of business? To strip! Thanks to a few strategically placed household items, we watch Mosby as he walks around in the buff. He does the laundry nude, and then audaciously leaves the basket right in the middle of the floor. He also doesn’t have to worry about anyone eating his food, bothering him as he chows on a bucket o’ ribs, and, no one is there to laugh at him when he spills scalding soup down his chest. ..

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Warning: How I Met Your Mother season 7 episode 21 guide may contain spoilers
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