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Post-Ep: Not a Father’s Day

Barney’s Blog presents the Not a Father’s Day FAQ, and NotAFathersDay.com is a real website with a real store.

Episode screencaps are up at black-celebration.net.

Recaps and reviews:

Clips from the episode – try this if you’re outside the US:

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It’s Official: Those People to Guest Star

Craig Thomas confirmed it to People.com.

[For those of you who didn't read the site last spring, legen-waitforit.com has a strict No Namechecking the Stunt Castees policy. See: That Woman Who Played Abby.]

Also, regarding tonight’s episode: Yes, it is a real website.

Post-Ep: Do I Know You?

[There's still an Emmys Roundup coming - my Internet went out yesterday.]

If you’ve been feeling the urge to watch Love Actually lately, you might want to check out Barney’s blog – you could have feelings.

LiveJournal community himym_style has identified some of the outfits worn on last night’s episode.

If you missed the episode last night, you can watch the full episode on CBS.com, or just watch the other 4.01 clips they’ve uploaded to YouTube:

If you’re outside the US, this might work for you.

Web Extras from 3.19

By now I’m sure you’re all aware that lilyandmarshallselltheirstuff.com is a real site set up by the show to benefit LA Children’s Hospital – the auctions run for another ten days, so bid soon and you, like Ted, could attempt to pull off a pair of red cowboy boots.

As for guyforceshiswifetodressinagarbagebagforthenextthreeyears.com, Rorgg at TWoP has posted a near-complete translation of the song playing on the site. [FYI, the French-speaking voice is Carter Bays, and the photos are of two people who work on HIMYM.] You can download the song here.

And this week in Barney’s Blog, he educates some poor ignorant loser named Med Tosby.

More Video from 3.19: Everything Must Go

Watch With Kristin posted some more videos from the next episode.

This one’s an extra ten seconds on the end of the previously released clip:

And from the episode’s A-plot (“As their expenses continue to mount, Marshall and Lily decide to sell some of their possessions online,” according to CBS), we’ve got the creation of lilyandmarshallselltheirstuff.com, which redirects to a charity auction that should start after the episode airs.

Guyforceshiswifetodressinagarbagebagforthenextthreeyears.com doesn’t lead to anything, but has already been purchased by 20th Century Fox, for those of you who were about to try it.

Ted Mosby: Not a Jerk.

Victoria [Ted's baker girlfriend from S1] has rounded up some of his other exes to tell the truth about Ted at tedmosbyisnotajerk.com. Unlike tedmosbyisajerk.com, this one doesn’t come from the creators of the show, but it’s a great read nonetheless!

From NJ.com: TedMosbyIsAJerk.com is a legendary idea

NJ.com talked to Carter Bays about tedmosbyisajerk.com and the Doogie Howser bit at the end of The Bracket:

TedMosbyisajerk.com had kind of the same origins as Barney’s Blog — it was initially just a joke in the script, nothing more. Then we realized if we’re saying “tedmosbyisajerk.com” on the show, we should buy that web address, just in case someone else bought it and threw a bunch of porn up there or something. So once we had the web address, we decided to put a little site up, with just some really simple text and a few images. And then Carl MacLaren, our associate producer, had this crazy idea of doing a song. Craig and I love any chance to write music, and I had just bought some cheap recording equipment, so we decided to write and record a little theme song for the website. Then the whole thing got out of hand, and it turned into this 20 minute opus. We wanted it to be like a long Patti Smith song, with this rambling poetry, or like the song “Turn Blue” by Iggy Pop.

Anyway, the whole thing happened really quickly — Carl had the idea last week and we recorded it this weekend. The vocals are by Charlene Amoia, the actress who plays Wendy the Waitress on the show (hence the Wendy the Waitress reference at the end). We all sort of wrote it together — some of it was written out, and some of it was just Charlene at the mic going off like Mick Jagger, which was hilarious to witness…

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Post-314 Wrapup

First off, LOVED last night’s episode – it was great to get back to the gang as a whole, and to have a near-perfect episode topped off with Barney blogging Doogie Howser, MD style was genius.

Now, onto the updates:

Barney’s Blog has been updated with Barney’s guide to scrapbooking:

Here’s where I really like to get creative. On page 83 of my own scrapbook, I detail a roll in the hay with a strapping young milkmaid. We quite literally rolled in hay. Hence, I constructed a border out of strands of hay I later found attached to my underpants.

TedMosbyIsAJerk.com is, as you probably know by now, a real website, complete with illustrations, a scan of the letter “Ted” left her, and a twenty-minute song.

Jaime Pressly has just been cast in I Love You, Man – she joins Paul Rudd, Rashida Jones, and HIMYM’s Jason Segel.

The poster for Doctor Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog, the Joss Whedon web musical that NPH is starring in, has been released:

Source: DrHorrible.com. For more information on Doctor Horrible, try Whedonesque.

Also, in case you missed this commercial last night:

Neil Patrick Harris: What’s Right With America.

Weekend roundup

Interview:: ComingSoon.net has what is allegedly an exclusive interview with Jason Segel, although I’ve definitely seen that Kermit quote before. Either way, the interview focuses on Segel’s upcoming projects: I Love You, Man, Five Year Engagement, and, of course, the Muppet movie.

Weird but [Probably Not] True:: From contactmusic.com: Jason Segel Humiliated By Dominatrix. I really have nothing to add to that.

Video:: MovieWeb has this Forgetting Sarah Marshall interview with Jason Segel:

They’ve also got two behind the scenes videos, as well as interviews with other cast members and clips from the movie. [Forgetting Sarah Marshall opens April 18.]

Link:: whatwouldnphdo.com is a part of the online ad campaign for Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay. And the accompanying video, whether official or not, is hilarious:

[Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay opens April 25.]