Patience young one
Hey, i want to ask something for you HIMYM watchers. i rewatched episode 21 "something borrowed" at season two, and future ted says, "In may of 2007, Aunt Lily and Uncle Marshall got married at the historic Van Smoot House in upstate New York." When I heard Van smoot It reminds me of The Captain. Is this just a coincidence or what? can somebody help me at this?
Well Van Smoot does sound like a very snooty, upper-class type name, so I can see where you might connect the two. Wikipedia has The Captain listed as simply 'The Captain', but his wife's name is listed as Zoey Pierson. So, this would imply that their last name is Pierson, unless of course she didn't take his last name.
Sorry my evidence isn't more conclusive.
I didnt even clock that til now but good spot raikou. It must either be owned by The Captain, part of his family or just a coincidence.
Has everyone seen the latest episode yet with Katie Perry?? Really nice episode!!!
DAMN, I hope Zoey is the mother. I really don't think they can keep this series going for much longer. Throughout the whole season it feels like they've been striving towards late Entourage-territory, making it much more drama-comedy than just plain sitcom. Granted, that doesn't have to be a bad thing, but in this case it is. I barely even laugh when watching the sixth season's episodes. Right now I'm just watching to see who the mother is. And thus, rooting for it to be Zoey.
(and yeah, it was said that he met her "at the wedding"... but I'm just naively hoping they'll work their way around that somehow... unless it gets better again.)
Maybe It'll be zoey after all and they will end up in a way just like how marsh and lilly are, while these two are getting divorced.
But he tells his kids in earlier episodes that it isn't Zoey.
Must have missed that .
Mrm... The only episode I really thought felt like true HIMYM this season was the Blitz one. That's the kind of innovative scenario the show used to sport almost every episode, and leads to much more laughter. This season it just feels like the stuff you didn't already predict is the emotional stuff (Marshall's dad dying), and they don't really succeed in compensating that with comedy, so it becomes much more drama-like.
I am disappoint!