How I Met Your Mother

How I Met Your Mother (2005)

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Corrected entry: Almost all the taxi cabs used across the show have the code 9Z72 on top. Obviously it is the same cab they use for every episode, they don't even bother changing the sign.

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Correction: In most of the episodes, it's the same cab. The cab driver (and limo driver in one episode), Ranjit, is a recurring character.

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He is actually a permanent limo driver but he can choose to drive the taxi.

The Perfect Week - S5-E14

Continuity mistake: Lily and Marshall mention that they've been using the same toothbrush ever since they've been together, but in the 14th episode of the 1st season, "Zip, Zip, Zip", Marshall and Lily are simultaneously brushing their teeth with a tooth brush each (before Ted and Victoria get home). (00:05:05)

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Something Blue - S2-E22

Trivia: When Ted and Robin are at the restaurant, they are accidentally sent a champagne glass with an engagement ring in. A man then claims the ring and proposes to his girlfriend. This couple really did get engaged on the show - the guy set up the surprise proposal, as his girlfriend thought they were just there as extras.

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Question: Out of Ted's kids in 2030, who is meant to be the older?

Chosen answer: In a flash forward scene in Season 8, it shows him with his first born: a daughter.

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Answer: Ted's daughter is older as revealed in a flash forward in 'Trilogy Time', when Ted is with his then-only child: a daughter.

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