How I Met Your Mother has released promotional material for next week’s episode, “Bad Crazy.” Jeanette is, well, crazy. Very crazy, to say the least. How will Ted get out of this mess?
How I Met Your Mother introduced fans to, possibly, Ted’s most mental girlfriend to date when Jeanette walked into our lives in last week’s episode, “P.S. I Love You.” Ted, who, as usual, falls for almost any woman that gives him attention, tried to convince us last week that Jeanette was destiny. Marshall and Lily were convinced that Jeanette was a stalker, and it has taken a little bit of time, but it appears to that Marshall and Lily were correct. Check out next week’s trailer down below.
CBS have also released the official synopsis of “Bad Crazy.”
“Bad Crazy” – Ted is reluctant to break up with his crazy girlfriend Jeanette. Meanwhile, Robin becomes attached to Marvin after finally holding him for the first time, on HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER, Monday, Feb. 11 (8:00-8:30 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Abby Elliot guest stars as Jeanette, Ted’s newest girlfriend.
However, despite the wisdom of Marshall and Lily, Ted is apparently reluctant to let go of the unstable Jeanette. It looks like Marshall and Barney are absolutely horrified by Jeanette, and even more so when she turns up at their apartment door! If Barney is mortified by a woman, then you know something’s wrong with her.
However, it seems as though Robin has bonded with Marvin after holding him for the first time. As a recently engaged woman, could Robin be thinking about children a little further down the line? We already know that Robin hates kids, but with Barney seemingly to be the man who will marry Robin, with marriage an idea that Robin never agreed with when we first met her, maybe children could be an idea for Robin? Food for thought there.
Be sure to check out the next installment of How I Met Your Mother, where hopefully Ted distances himself from Jeanette, over on CBS on Monday at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
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