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" on Broadway and stunned the audience not only with his surprise appearance, but when he took off his shirt before he had to say goodbye (he had to go do a surprise concert for the Broadway show).Jason Segal's whereabouts weren't mentioned, much to the dismay of the audience.'s mother (played by Cristin Milioti) going to survive the series finale?At the Paley Center for Media's Paley Fest on Saturday night, co-creator and executive producer Carter Bays would only say that "we're wildly excited about the finale, and obviously we can't say anything." Added co-creator and executive producer Craig Thomas: "It's beautiful, it's surprising, and it's weird. " Read into that what you will, but I'm still not convinced that the Mother actually dies.I mean, I just can't believe they'd honestly go there.However, Bays did get one awesome line in: "We got away with waiting nine f**king years to meet the mother, and you all still watched it!Cobie Smulders, popular for portraying the role of Robin Scherbatsky on the television series How I Met Your Mother is a famous Canadian actress.
"I thought the title of the show was always a bit of a fake-out. Really it was more about, these are the crazy adventures and these are the lessons I had to learn before I met your mother," the actor, 39, tells Vulture in a new interview.I don’t know what the decision was to leave it out," says Smulders.Director Edward Zwick says the scene slowed down the action (outside of the bedroom, that is)."I think it's better to do that than try to have some homogenized, safe ending that was never really what the show was." PHOTOS: The best TV couples of all time He continues: "The show was always bold and daring and questioning assumptions and leading you where you thought you didn't want to go, but realized at the end that that was where you belonged.I'm a fan of the finale and obviously I'm a fan of the show." That said, Radnor understands that viewers may need time to process and adjust.
In January 2009, Cobie became engaged to Taran Killam.