Tuesday, April 28, 2009

How I Met Your Mother – Recap & Review – Three Day’s Rule

How I Met Your Mother
Three Day’s Rule

Original Air Date: April 27, 2009

Rachel – Sr. Managing Editor

If you’ve ever found out that the hot girl you’ve been texting is actually Barney and Marshall… well that’s just weird. Anyway, find out how Ted handles it (it involves a confession of a homoerotic dream) in the latest episode Three Day’s Rule

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  1. TwoCents TwoMinute Recap [From CBS.com]
    Ted meets a new girl, Holli, and the gang insists that he wait three days before calling to ask her out. Ted reluctantly agrees, but decides that texting her before then is fine, and he strikes up a text conversation with Holli that lasts several days. However, he soon discovers that he is actually texting with Marshall and Barney, who had swapped Holli's number in Ted's phone for Barney's to keep him from calling her before the three days was up. Furious after discovering the truth, Ted goes ahead and calls Holli to ask her out, and discovers that the three day rule is more apt then he once suspected.

    TwoCents TwoFavorite Moments1. Barney’s speech in the cold open about how it was Jesus himself that invented the Three Day’s Rule. He just kept going… Priceless.
    2. Ted’s dream montage where he imagined Barney and Marshall doing all the things that Holli said she was doing in her text messages. Especially the reading of Architecture Digest in cheerleader uniforms.

    TwoCents TwoFavorite Quotes
    1. “I’ll be back when the wind and fate and chance bring me back…. which will be tomorrow. It’s cheese steak day.” –The gang’s new friend Stan when Marshall asks if they will ever see him again.
    2. “Here’s the thing, Barney, I’m snugly… you’re not! Who wouldn’t want to snuggle up next to this business on a Sunday morning, wrapped in a comforter? And it’s raining outside and there’s muffins warming in the oven? I’m cuddly, bitch, deal with it!”

    What do YOU think? How long do YOU wait to call? Give us your Two Cents… We’ll help Ted with his texting bill.

    Next Week: Right Place Right Time


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