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"Given the story structure, and with [Ted] telling the story to his kids, everything was able to be overdrawn." He even cited an example within the show – from season five's 'The Rough Patch' – where future Ted admits to exaggerating how badly Barney and Robin have let themselves go during a stagnant period in their relationship.
"There's the crazy things, like when Barney and Robin started dating, and they get tired of each other; in that episode, Barney had gained 75lb, and Robin had her hair falling out and had gaps between her teeth!
Ted finds himself attracted to the doctor and announces his plan to date her.
But Barney and the others try to dissuade him by sharing their own experiences dating people with whom they have to communicate on a regular basis should the relationship sour.
The Live wire will play himself in this season's second episode, sources confirm to me exclusively. fan theory doing the rounds – and it could well change everything you thought you knew about the series.Courtesy of Tumblr user gingersaurus, who first posted the thought back in February, the theory suggests that because Ted (Josh Radnor) is the one narrating the story and is trying to convince his kids he should be with Robin (Cobie Smulders), he's manipulating the narrative to make Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) come across as 'the bad guy' in the story.So, when we had a chance to speak to Barney actor Neil Patrick Harris about his Netflix show , we couldn't resist asking for his opinion... and it turns out, he thinks the theory is 100% correct."I think that that's very accurate," Harris told Digital Spy.