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Welcome to watch Mojo.
And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10.
Funniest how I met your mother moments.
If you like what you're hearing, be sure to check out the full song at the link below for this list.
We're looking at some of the best moments on how I met your mother that still make us laugh to this day.
Number 10.
But, um, in the season five episode, Jenkins Robin learns that Ted students have made watching her morning news show into a drinking game.
I watch your show all the time, Really?
You totally doing tit.
Specifically, they drink every time, she says.
But, um, before posing a question to one of our guests, that's why they watch.
They made a drinking game out of you every time you say, but, um, they do a shot.
But, um, I don't say, but, um, I've never said, but well, then I guess it's not a very good drinking game.
Frustrated that they weren't watching the show because they actually liked it.
And embarrassed for being so confident, she decides to take action into her own hands.
Ted happens to be playing the game with the students when Robin goes off the rails saying, But, um, every chance she can get kids watching way drink rules Number nine.
The doppelgangers.
Have you ever wondered if there's someone out there in the world that looks exactly like you?
Well, a running joke throughout the show is that each member of the gang has a doppelganger, and they're all in New York City.
Just me.
Or does that stripper look exactly like Lily?
Ted mentions early in Season five that they've already found several of these look alikes, including lesbian Robin, stripper Lily, Mexican wrestler Ted and Mustache Marshall and Mexican wrestler made.
Yes, mine was the coolest by the end of the season, though, as Lily and Marshall are debating whether or not they're ready for a baby, they decide to start trying when they find the last doppelganger Barney's.
So we finally see Barney's doppelganger.
That's the universe telling us it's go time, and that's when we'll start trying you.
It's a sweet moment when Lily claims to have spotted him on Lee for the rest of the gang to realize she's just seeing what she wants to see.
You guys.
Look, the fifth doppelganger.
Uh, really.
That dude looks enough.
Guys, go with it.
Kids, You can ask the universe for signs all you want.
It's uncanny.
Number eight going to Philly.
This is one of the earliest episodes of the show, but it sets up the character's personality is perfectly.
Barney drags Ted to J.
F.
K to pick up girls.
And after meeting two women who were headed to Philadelphia, Barney persuades Ted to get on a plane and follow them there.
Follow them tickets on me, marshals at home studying and the guys.
Tell him to hop in the Fiero and join them.
Guess where I am.
Come on already.
Plane ready.
Philadelphia.
That is awesome.
Is that Marshall Marshall, Stop whatever you're doing, getting that ups Fiero of yours and come meet us in Philly.
The most hilarious part of the episode is when Marshall finally caves and jumps in the car.
But Ted and Barney keep giving him mixed messages as to whether he should come or not, forcing him to do dangerous turns on the freeway.
Also.
Marshall, we're going back.
Hold on.
I have another Cole Marshall, we're going to sashes Way are sorry, Buddy two against one Number seven Marshall and Lily's Wedding This episode was a perfect mix of a hilarious and heartwarming.
When Marshall and Lily finally tied the knot at the end of the second season, the lead up to their wedding was a classic comedy of errors.
Can I ask you something?
Where in the ceremony is the place where they ask if anyone objects?
Uh, I don't think they do that anymore.
Oh, so when do you think someone should do it?
Just wait for a lull.
The most outlandish part comes when Marshall accidentally consents to getting cool guy tips from his hairdresser and ends up with a terrible dye job.
Who I could give you some cool guy tips.
I don't think I need advice on how to be cool.
But naturally, in true how I met Your Mother fashion, he responds to this by shaving a massive bald stripe into his head, Theo.
So the guys aren't able to think of any logical way to cover it up Cycling through many different options before remembering that hat's exist that way.
Thought of authentic native American headdress before we thought of hat number six.
All the interventions.
Thank you.
In a series of flashbacks in this Season four episode, we see the gang's most famous tradition holding lighthearted interventions for one another when they're doing something that the rest of the group wants them to stop.
Marshall.
This is an intervention.
It's about that there's marshals.
Ridiculous hat.
There's Lily's fake British accent.
Cool long me.
There's a nice, bloody surprised What's this about that?
There's Robin Spray Tanning, Barney's pyrotechnic Magic tricks.
And then, of course, there's the intervention for all the interventions because we agreed not to have any more stupid interventions that our intervention intervention, we're having too many interventions.
Although the fund takes a serious turn.
When Ted learns that the group had planned an intervention about his relationship with Stella, the premise is still a classic.
Well, what was it for?
The crocks hair product?
Not Stella number five.
The gang's bad habits.
When Ted has a new girlfriend that the rest of the gang doesn't like, he begins pestering the group to tell him what's wrong with her.
Let's hear it.
What's wrong with Cathy?
Are you kidding me?
Ted, she's gonna you don't notice it.
Notice what?
Oh, he doesn't see it.
This causes the group to talk about each of their own flaws, which, as you can imagine, doesn't go well for Lily.
It's chewing insanely loud.
Think about for Marshall.
It's making up ridiculous songs about every mundane thing he does paying my bills using Turn that label from a charity than I have given monitor for Ted.
It's always correcting people when they misuse a word.
Oh, my God, is Frankenstein gonna kill that little girl?
Uh, Dr Frankenstein isn't in the scene.
That's Frankenstein's monster for Robin.
It's improperly using the word literally.
You mean figuratively?
No, I literally mean literally.
And for Barney, it's a number of things, one of which is, of course, number four.
The Pineapple incident.
This brain is unstoppable, this brain, And that's all I remember after Ted has a little Okay, a lot, too much to drink.
One night he wakes up in bed with a strange woman, a sprained ankle and a pineapple girl.
I know pineapple way get to go along for the ride as he tries to piece together what happened to him the night before and every step is more hilarious than the last.
This episode shows off one of how I met your mother's most famous tricks by playing with an a chronological narrative.
And it works flawlessly to illustrate the true mystery that is the pineapple incident.
But after all the investigation, we still don't know where the pineapple came from, and we probably never will.
Now, I'm really, really embarrassed.
Damn it, Trudy.
What about the pineapple number three?
Robin sparkles.
Sorry, I just don't like moles.
Why not?
I'd rather not say when Robin reveals that she doesn't ever want to goto.
Um, all her friends are desperate to find out the source of her trauma.
They have a lot of theories involving mall marriages and porn, of course, but none of them could have possibly imagined just how incredible the truth could be.
Marshall, you know Marshall, he thinks that the reason you don't want to go to the mall the other day is because you got married at a mall and have a husband in Canada.
The reality is that Robin was a minor Canadian teen pop star in the nineties, and her major breakout hit was a song called Let's go to the mall.
That's right.
I know your secret, Robin.
Or should I say Robin sparkles?
How do you know that name?
She went by the moniker Robin Sparkles, and the music video was everything they could have hoped it would be.
Number two.
This slap Beds.
How I Met Your Mother is kind of known for its running gags, and there is perhaps no one better than the slap Bet I Got It.
The ultimate wager Slap it actually originated in the same episode is Robin Sparkles.
When Barney and Marshall made a bet about who was right about Robin's past, you can slack what?
Wait you?
After a complicated series of events in which several unofficial slaps were doled out, Marshall is awarded five slaps that could be executed whenever he so chooses.
Theo this'll leaves us with slaps looming over Barney for the rest of the series, a situation which only gets worse for him when Marshall gains three additional slaps many seasons later, before we unveil our most hilarious number one pick, here are some honorable mentions.
She's never seen Star Wars that the only people in the universe who haven't seen Star Wars are the characters in Star Wars.
Not because they lived them, Ted.
That's because they lived the star horse.
You gotta calm down, kids.
We used to do something before concerts to enjoy them more.
And that thing was too, Uh, eat a sandwich.
Nated steak subs.
Oh, yeah.
Maybe I should feel weird about giving a stranger my social security number, but the guy's a Nigerian prince.
Oh, honey, thanks to the generous, generous it down it.
But you can call me Julie Sturgeon.
I don't think so, pal Salmon.
I'm gonna say it again, Salmon.
Who thought that was a good idea?
Right?
Number one swirly mind, says Charlie.
It's tough to pick the funniest moment of this show.
But if we were to pull fans, we have a feeling a lot of people would pick this one.
Spar Lee has everything you could expect from how I met your mother.
And this next one's going out to swirly All your friends know you, Miss Barney, but he's gone, and you gotta accept that baby.
And swirly, you're gonna be a better woman for a barista thinks Barney's name is squarely and the gang latches on to how much he hates it, turning it into a whole thing of swirls.
No.
Okay.
No, no more.
I will not let this become a thing.
It's over.
No more soir, Lea.
No swirls, No more soir.
Nay, no more small are wait for it.
No, Bob Marley, Mon Marshall is starting to date a new girl, Chloe, who just so happens to be the barista.
Lily is losing her mind about it and eventually stocks her down the street and makes her think she's being followed by a limping hunchback.
Wait, if you were the hunchbacked and why did you pick your guy?
I might have used voice Jonah Fish.
It all ends with Marshall and Lily getting back together, which turned our laughs into happy tears.
Do you agree with our picks?
Let us know in the comments.
And hey, if you're a fan of the song playing right now, be sure to check out the music video for it right here.
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