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Lame jokes aside, Jason Segal doesn’t do it for me in this episode – failing to land any of his usual humorous trademarks.A very early sign that the show wasn’t landing its comic punches quite as much. The Burning Bee Keeper (Season 7 Episode 15) The idea was decent but the execution was savagely underwhelming.

Dauntingly dull and frustrating when you realise Robin and Barney undo what little progress their romance underwent in the previous episode. “Last Forever Part 2” (Season 9 Episode 24) Is the How I Met Your Mother finale really that bad? If rushing through 6 years of character development, painting Robin as a massive bitch and landing Barney with a daughter we barely get to spend a minute of on-screen time is your cup of tea then you might disagree. For instance, the first episode of the season will be titled, "Do I Know You? I can feel the sarcasm rolling off all of our readers, "WOW! We know more than anyone that this is still torture having to wait this long, but we are sure to get more news and pictures about the upcoming season. Half the joy of this show was the idea that Ted was working towards his happy ending – to have that snuffed out in the closing 5 minutes is unforgivable.There’s some wonderful moments in this episode (Barney’s monologue to his daughter and the scene where Ted met Tracy for the first time) but it’s largely buried in an ocean of bad decisions. “Last Forever Part 1” (Season 9 Episode 23) Breaking Robin and Barney up before the midway point in this episode was a shocking awful decision when the show just spent a whole 4 seasons putting them together.Noteworthy only because of the Robin/Barney kiss at the episodes end. “Mom and Dad” (Season 9 Episode 10) Season 9’s tedious march through filler country continues as Ted “breaks” a gift intended for Robin and goes to find out who really did it.

Elsewhere Barney and James’ parents both show up and cause trouble in a “Oh god why am I still watching this” kind of way.

That’s half the fun of a list like this; How I Met Your Mother had a lot of good episodes but it also had a fair few duds in the batch and as it turns out – putting them in in a list and ranking them only makes you debate what constitutes a bad episode.

With this in mind I used a very simple criteria Of course you may not agree with our list and that’s perfectly fine. “Slapsgiving 3: Slappointment in Slapmarra” (Season 9, Episode 14) Painfully unfunny premise mixed with an awkward racist controversy that left a bad taste in everyone’s mouth. What were they thinking committing this abomination to television? “Bedtime Story” (Season 9 Episode 11) To kill some time, the writers made everything in this episode rhyme.

Marshall and Daphne also have some drama but who honestly cared about their road adventure by this point? “No Questions Asked” (Season 9 Episode 7) The entire episode is a slapstick affair where the gang try to help Marshall delete a text message from Lily’s phone. “The Pre-Nup” (Season 8 Episode 2) Barney and Quinn’s tedious relationship ends as quickly as it began.

If you read that and thought “How could that work in a 22 minute episode? The two realise they’re not right for each other but force us to endure a whole episode of men vs. Elsewhere Lily and Marshall begin their Season 8 holding pattern as they continue to struggle with parenthood while Klaus reappears to rain on Ted and Victoria’s parade. “The Lighthouse” (Season 9 Episode 8) Robin continues her pointless argument with Loretta while Marshall and Daphne have to deal with stowaway Clint on their never ending journey.

Honestly put though, neither part holds a candle to How I Met Your Mother’s better moments. “Zoo or False” (Season 5 Episode 19) Awkwardly laugh-lite episode which see’s the gang trying to get to the bottom of who mugged Marshall.