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LOS ANGELES - AUGUST 29: "Who Wants To Be A Godparent" "” When Lily and Marshall can't decide on godparents for Marvin, they put the gang to the test to see who would make the best one, on HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER, Monday, Oct. 15 (8:00-8:30 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Pictured left to right: Jason Segel, Alyson Hannigan, Josh Radnor, Neil Patrick Harris and Cobie Smulders (Photo by Cliff Lipson/CBS via Getty Images)

During the television series, “How I Met Your Mother,” the bachelor Barney Stinson and Robin Scherbatsky get engaged in season 8, episodes 11-12, “The Final Page Part 1 and 2.”

Later on in episode 22, The “Bro Mitzah”, Ted and Marshall take Barney out for his bachelor party.

Ted and Marshall continually fall short of what Barney wanted for his bachelor party.

They go to Atlantic City, not to gamble but to watch a clown, they invite the Karate Kid but not the right one to Barney, and hire a stripper who turns out to be his ex-fiance Quinn.

The excitement of the failing bachelor party keeps you interested as to what Ted and Marshall will get wrong next, but it can be predictable at points.

At the beginning of the episode when he get kidnapped with the money Robin gave him , you can predict that he is going to use it to gamble.

When Ted and Marshall reveal to Barney that they hired a stripper, I know it was going to be Quinn by the way that the episode was leading.

I was still intrigued because you could predict that the party was going to be wrong, but not as to what was going to be the next mistake.

During the entire episode you get flashes of Robin and Barney’s mom eating dinner. The dinner is shown as a rough time for Robin because Barney has lied about her being a virgin.

The episode is full of moments that make you laugh and begin to feel sorry for Barney.

Towards the end of the episode is when the twists and plots are revealed.

The Bro Mitzvah episode is an episode that triggers all your emotions. It makes you laugh at Ted and Marshall’s mistakes, fell sorry for Barney, and angry and sad when they return home to New York.

by Leah Carpenter

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