In season 2 TED was at the top of his game, working as a successful architect and deeply in love with his girlfriend ROBIN. In the season finale, while Ted’s roommates – best friend MARSHALL, and LILY, his new wife, head off to their honeymoon, Ted and Robin reveal the sad news of their break-up to BARNEY, their friend with endless, sometimes outrageous opinions, a penchant for suits and a...
When Robin shows up with an Argentinean Adonis by her side, Ted decides he is ready to hit the town with Barney and his performance is legen...wait for it...dary!
After seeing girls get weak in the knees over Robin's man, Gael, who's from Argentina, Barney and Ted decide to pose as out-of-towners, in order to meet chicks.
When two beautiful women show that they are both very attracted to Ted, they take the party to his place, where the gang helps Ted realize that bad luck doesn't always come in threes.
When "kid unfriendly" Robin surprisingly forms a bond with the young son of the guy she is dating, she decides it is too serious and must figure out a way to let the little guy down.
When Ted's new girl becomes jealous that the story of how he and his pals met is better than the story of how she and Ted met, her ranking on Barney's "crazy scale" skyrockets.
When a corporate law firm courts Marshall, lawyer Jeff Coatsworth (guest star John Cho) wins him over, forcing him to let go of his dream of saving the earth in favor of the almighty dollar.
When Lily and Marshall decide to buy an apartment, not only do they make every mistake in the book, but Marshall also discovers Lily's dirty little financial secret when they apply for a loan.
When Ted thinks he has met a wonderful girl, the gang can't help but point out a deal-breaking flaw, eventually leading to a heated exchange of barbs among the group.
As Lily and Marshall host their first Thanksgiving as a married couple, Barney is tortured by the tick-tock of the slap bet countdown clock and the uncertainty of the exact moment the slap is going to be delivered.
When Barney loses his "mojo," he attends the Victoria's Secret Fall Fashion Show after-party to get himself back on track, but his smooth operating skills are put to the test when he meets supermodel Heidi Klum.
When the gang finds out that Ted is taking his doctor on a date, they try to convince him, through examples of their own toxic experiences, why it's never a good idea to get into a relationship with someone you see on a regular basis.
When Ted takes a page from Barney's book and lives like there's no tomorrow, he gets a post St. Patty's Day reality check from Marshall.
Continuing his passionate quest to find the woman who will one day be his wife, Ted pursues his beautiful dermatologist, Stella. While Stella turns down his repeated efforts for a date, her office receptionist, Abby, becomes smitten with Ted.
When Barney's love life is sabotaged by a mystery woman, he turns to tournament bracketology to narrow down the field of 64 women with the most cause to hate his guts.
After Marshall is verbally emasculated by his boss, he struggles with the fact that taking a job with a "big bad" corporate law firm may have been a major mistake.
When Robin rekindles things with an old flame, he crushes her again, but Barney, in his own inimitable style, helps her realize that she is awesome.
When a guilt-ridden Barney breaks the "Bro Code", he struggles with the ramifications of his misstep.
When Ted tells the gang Stella's intimate secret, he must face the consequences of breaking her trust.
When Barney and Abby realize that they have one thing in common - their mutual hatred of Ted - the "couple" decides to go to the bar to flaunt their new relationship in Ted's face.
When Ted is in an accident, he re-evaluates his life and relationship with Stella.