How I Met Your Mother: Season 2 (2006 - 2007)


Season 2
How I Met Your Mother

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Air date: Sep 18, 2006

Season two of the popular CBS sitcome How I Met Your Mother gets underway as Marshall's friends rally around in order to help him try and get over his recent break-up with Lily, and a steep credit card bill leads the depressed Marshall pondering the possibility that Lily has returned to New York.

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Air date: Sep 25, 2006

With Ted no longer looking for love, Barney turns his attention to finding someone new for Marshall to help him forget about Lily. Meanwhile, Robin has a surprise guest. Art Professor: Richard Wharton. Mike: Josh Wingate. Paula: Kelly Mullis. Amy: Aisha Kabia.

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Air date: Oct 2, 2006

Ted flies his parents (Michael Gross, Cristine Rose) to New York to celebrate their 30th anniversary and meet Robin, but a brunch outing proves disastrous when Ted learns something startling about his mom and dad. Wendy: Charlene Amoia. Waitress: Noel True.

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Air date: Oct 9, 2006

Robin and Ted have their first fight after she tells him his architect work stories are boring. Then, believing Ted may be cheating to get back at her, Robin goes to find him.

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Air date: Oct 16, 2006

When Lily's tiny apartment becomes unbearable, Barney uncharacteristically lets her stay with him, then gets her to pretend she's his wife and chase away one-night stands the morning after. Dawn: Valerie Azlynn. Brad: Joe Manganiello. Kara: Aisha Kabia.

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Air date: Oct 23, 2006

Believing that Marshall's recently divorced professor (Jane Seymour) is giving out poor grades because of unfulfilled sexual needs, Barney sets out to satisfy her; Lily gets a job in Ted's office and tries to teach his insufferable boss (Bryan Cranston) a lesson.

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Air date: Nov 6, 2006

Marshall starts dating a woman (Morena Baccarin) and they really hit it off, but Barney and Ted tell him he has to dump her because she has "crazy eyes." Lauren: Dana Power. Janine: Vanessa Vander Pluym. Man: Shawn Carter Peterson.

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Air date: Nov 13, 2006

Marshall and Lily, together again, decide to elope in Atlantic City, and they gather Barney, Ted and Robin to take part in the wedding. Chinese Man: Jim Lau. Receptionist: Patricia Belcher. Paul: Michael David Cheng.

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Air date: Nov 20, 2006

Everyone discovers that Robin has an aversion to malls because of a secret from her past, and Ted tries to get her to reveal what happened. Barney is convinced she made a porn film, while Marshall thinks she's married. Reverend: Wayne Nickel.

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Air date: Nov 27, 2006

Barney's black, gay brother, James (Wayne Brady), visits and Robin, the only one in the group who's never met him, is surprised. But James has a surprise for Barney that he finds hard to accept. Concerned Guy: Jamison Yang. Muscular Guy: Timothy Heinrich. Flamboyant Guy: Michael Cotter.

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In the sitcom's second series, Ted (Josh Radnor) and Robin (Cobie Smulders) become a couple after finally getting together at the end of Series 1. Meanwhile, a heartbroken Marshall (Jason Segel) struggles to move on after his breakup with Lily (Alyson Hannigan), who ended their engagement in order to pursue an art fellowship in San Francisco. In other events, new information about Robin's past comes to light, and Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) engages in a "slap bet"—a wager in which the winner gets to slap the loser in the face as hard as possible—with Marshall.

Critic Reviews for How I Met Your Mother Season 2

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How I Met Your Mother ended its season in great fashion...We are definitely looking forward to the start of a new season.

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Audience Reviews for How I Met Your Mother: Season 2

  • Jan 28, 2021
    ♦️ Really isn't funny -- just sad. Derivative of Friends. ♦️
  • Apr 07, 2020
    Mario - 1ºB Name: How I met your mother. My rating: 5/5 - Mario How I met your mother is a comedy series of Netflix, the series is about a man that tells to his sons about how he met his wife. In the series you can see a group of friends that live in New York, the friends names are: Barney, Robin, Ted Mosby, Lily Aldrin and Marshall. I recommend the series a lot.
  • Mar 27, 2020
    The worthy continuation of the first season, the mix between irony and an insight into today's society. The FRIENDS that we born in the 90s have been able to understand thoroughly.
  • Mar 17, 2020
    Definitely worth the watch! Neil Patrick was the funniest! Even Marshall and Ted!
  • Oct 19, 2019
    Another great season !!
  • Dec 12, 2018
    HIMYM continues with a pleasant, pretty funny, and also pretty raunchy second season, with sweet moments and plenty of good jokes, although it still boasts a cast of terrible role models.
  • Aug 12, 2016
    No sé, no me causó mucha gracia.
  • Dec 08, 2015
    This show continues to pack in the hilarity and life lessons. A must watch.
  • Oct 10, 2015
    Yet again One word wait for it....Legendary.
  • Oct 10, 2015
    I enjoyed the season, just as much as the first. The only negative critria I might have, would be that they used a lot more melodrama for the storys, but it's still awesome. The characters get more attributes to them. Marshall = not only the 'Marshmallow', he struggles through the season a few times, especially at the beginning. On the other hand, we have Lily, who gets a lot more goofier. We learn more about Robin, she's afraid to show love, she has a fetish for weapons/shooting..... . We learned 'the origins of Barney' suits, women and stuff. And Ted, well Ted is still Ted, you know...... Damn, I never realized Ted was basically Ted the whole time, but doesn't matter he's still very likeable. He see all struggle and change, which fits perfect with their story. The acting of course is again amazing. 9,5/10, no question, still great.

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