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Rerun Ahead/Sarah Chalke Videos

I know there’s been some debate about how the scheduling would work out for November sweeps – October 27 will be a rerun of Sandcastles in the Sand, meaning that Happily Ever After (the last episode before the standalones kick in) will be the first episode aired during sweeps.

Also, Sarah Chalke was on the Early Show- no new information, but she does talk about the show:

And Letterman last night, where there is literally no mention of HIMYM until the last few seconds, but hey, why not:

HIMYM’s Emmy Submission

I’ve been told by Jennifer that the HIMYM Emmy screeners for Outstanding Comedy Series have gone out! Screeners are DVDs that the studio sends to Emmy voters to familiarize them with the shows that are up for nomination – the episodes they’re submitting for consideration from this season are Ten Sessions, The Bracket, How I Met Everyone Else, and Sandcastles in the Sand.

This year’s Emmy nominations will be announced on July 17.

Thoughts? Personally, I think it’s a good selection that shows the range of the show nicely, but I’m a little surprised that Slapsgiving didn’t make the cut.

Cobie Smulders/Sandcastles in the Sand

Extended version of the E! video that was posted on Friday – lots more Beek.

While we’re on Watch with Kristin, yesterday she posted a couple of spoilers that you could’ve gotten here a week ago. Oh well. [And speaking of spoilers, look for a special edition of Google It later today - apparently after last night, plenty of people are after 317 info?]

The Bastardly has photos of Cobie at the Cool Comedy – Hot Cuisine party.

TV Guide has an interview with Cobie – check it out. Apparently “there’s another relationship in [Robin's] future.”

Ratings for 3.16, Sandcastles in the Sand

From PIFeedback.com:

CBS opened the evening on a disappointing note, with should-be-addictive The Big Bang Theory at just 7.51 million viewers (#4) and a 2.9/ 8 among adults 18-49 (#2) at 8 p.m. Next was How I Met Your Mother (Viewers: #3, 8.52 million; A18-49: #2, 3.7/ 9), which built by a hefty 28 percent among adults 18-49, followed by the always reliable Two and a Half Men (Viewers: #2, 13.28 million; A18-49: #1, 4.9/12) and Rules of Engagement (Viewers: #2, 10.63 million; A18-49: #1, 4.1/10), which held a comfortable 84 percent of Two and a Half Men’s adults 18-49 rating.

Up from last week, which is great – I’d feel a ton better if we could stay above nine million, though. Maybe Harold and Kumar will help with that – next Monday should be a pretty Barney-centric episode.

Video Roundup

From Sandcastles in the Sand – the gang meets Simon and Barney finds out Robin’s got a second video:

Robin hangs out with Simon and his band:

The video here’s unimportant, but the audio is Dracula’s Lament from Forgetting Sarah Marshall:

Jason Segel on Ellen:

NPH on Regis and Kelly, part one:

Part two:

This won’t embed, but you can see Jason on Entertainment Weekly’s “Just A Minute” here and here.

And a bit of audio – Jason called in to MOViN 99.7′s Baltazar and Maria show.

Barney’s Blog/Sandcastles in the Sand Full Video/My Mind Is Broken

Apparently Barney’s got too much going on this week to put much thought into imparting his wisdom, because this week’s blog entry is mostly just a link to the video. The CBS video seems to be down, here’s the MySpace copy:

[You guys, the ending - best ever?]

It’s Official: Sarah Chalke’s Coming Back!

Ausiello reports that Sarah Chalke will definitely be back for at least one episode – and we should know for sure about that singer who plays her receptionist in the next couple of days.

By the way, CBS picked this for their official description of tonight’s episode: “Barney, in his own inimitable style, helps Robin realize that she is awesome.”

Sandcastles in the Sand/Harold and Kumar

TV Appearances:: You’ve already missed it if you’re on the East Coast, but some of you can catch NPH on Regis and Kelly at 9 this morning. Jason is on Ellen at 4 [catch some if his appearance at ellen.warnerbros.com], and of course, Sandcastles in the Sand airs tonight. Speaking of which, here are some photos from the episode.

Harold and Kumar:: Interview with NPH on what H&KGtWC meant for his career, some not-very-interesting photos from New York Comic Con, and Neil with David Burtka at the premiere.

Cobie Smulders on The Late Late Show

Cobie’s appearance from Wednesday night – has an extra few seconds of the Sandcastles in the Sand video

Robin Sparkles updates

IGN has a great article about the return of Robin Sparkles here. They talk to Cobie, Jason Van Der Beek, Alan Thicke, Carter Bays, and Tiffany, plus there are some great photos from the video.

E! goes behind the scenes at the video shoot – they talk to Cobie and JVDB.

Dawson himself has some things to say about his character – and photos of his two looks – at his official site.

And here’s two more behind the scenes videos from CBS: