The finale of How I Met Your Mother was filmed when??
The producers of How I Met Your Mother are very, very sneaky. They concealed the identity of the mother for eight seasons (SPOILER: It was revealed recently).
And now we hear that the most important scene of the whole show – in which Ted’s kids finally found out How Their Dad Met Their Muma – was filmed eight years ago. Eight. Years. Ago. As in, right at the beginning of filming.
Remember Ted’s kids, who stare at the television rolling their eyes as he tells them how he met their mother? One day, producers grabbed the actors – David Henrie and Lyndsy Fonseca – for a top-secret filming. They locked them in a room with a single camera man, had them sign a non-disclosure form, and filmed the climactic scene for the finale episode of season nine.
Apparently Lyndsy Fonesca was so scared she’d tell someone about the ending, she’s blocked it from her mind completely and can’t remember a thing.
In other How I Met Your Mother news, there’s a spin-off series in the works, without any of the original cast members. It stars a female narrator telling her kids how she met their dad… Surely it’ll be called How I Met Your Father.
“I was totally wearing undies!” says Miranda KerrMiranda stole some serious limelight an a Golden Globes after party last week. She didn’t attend the award ceremony itself, but hit the red carpet in a risqué dress (and by “dress” we mean “leftover fabric held together by the safety pins she borrowed from Liz Hurley’s 1994 dress”).
We were all “She’s going commando! She’s going Kerr-mando!” but as it turns out, the supermodel was wearing underwear. And for someone who has spent years professionally wearing underwear for Victoria’s Secret, we’re relieved.
“I wore these little pants you can wear – they stick on at the front and they stick on at the back.”
All the dresses from the Allan Border medal
So last night, awards were won. Cricket-themed sports concert awards.
Mitchell Johnson added the 2014 Allan Border Medal to his trophy cabinet. Captain Michael Clarke was the favourite for that award, but as a consolation prize he took home Player of the Year (an award we feel could have been more tactfully named).
The only female award of the night, the Belinda Clark Medal, went to Meg Lanning. Belinda Clark herself will be inducted into the Cricket Australia Hall of Fame.
And yes, there were WAGs in attendance. WAGs who wore sparkly, revealing, spectacular dresses.
Check ’em all out here: