“How I Met Your Mother” dominated television for nearly a decade with one single, burning question. What is the name of the fateful woman who is supposed to marry Ted Mosby (Josh Radnor)? The identity of the bride-to-be is kept a closely guarded secret throughout the series, and it takes eight seasons of sitcom antics to reveal her face finally. Following that, the ninth and final season of the series takes fans on a victory lap leading up to Ted’s introduction to the future mother of his children — the same children to whom Ted has been telling this story in real-time for nine years.
However, the show’s creators ruined “How I Met Your Mother” for many fans by taking with the same group of friends on this long and arduous path to find out who the mother is. It only took a single scene, believe it or not, to sap people’s enthusiasm for the franchise. According to fans, this scene occurs in “How I Met Your Mother” Season 9, Episode 24, the series finale.
How did a single scene in the comedy series’ conclusion ruin everything?
After spending the entire final season of “How I Met Your Mother” documenting the gang’s. There were a lot of trials and tribulations. The wedding of main characters Barney Stinson (Neil Patrick Harris) and Robin Scherbatsky (Cobie Smulders). It is revealed that the couple above divorces after only three years. Needless to say, when this revelation first aired, it hit fans like a sucker punch in the face.
Even now, nearly seven years later, fans are eager to express their displeasure with this turn of events. As evidenced by a recent Reddit thread devoted to scenes that ruined various franchises. Herman-the-vermin, a Reddit user, wrote: “After spending two seasons growing both characters and proving they were meant for each other. They suddenly have to divorce? This is why you should either stick to your original show plan or leave some room for the story to change. They were only adamant about sticking to their original plan because they were stubborn.”
This dissatisfaction is amplified when the series’ final sequence reveals another unpopular truth. Ted’s future wife is doomed to die. So he tells his kids about it in order to get permission to ask Robin out again after five years of marriage. This tiny wight, who said, “The anger over the show’s ending, is simply summarized by this little wight. Who said,” “That last episode was a complete disaster. Why did the mother have to pass away? It was illogical for Robin and Ted to be together.” If only “HIMYM” had ended one episode earlier, it would have been perfect.