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  • "Slapsgiving 2" of 'How I Met Your Mother' was a sequel to the original "Slapsgiving".

    Archive 2009-11-29

  • While the first "Slapsgiving" put a nail in the Ted/Robin relationship (if not the friends with benefits potential) for good in the midst of the slaptivities, providing an emotional depth to the episode, this year's Ted and Robin story was ultimately pointless.

    Cultural Learnings

  • "Slapsgiving," and the Lily side of things needed more time and focus to allow us to connect with her emotional journey.

    Cultural Learnings

  • Like with last "Slapsgiving," the slap itself is less about Barney (who simply sits paralyzed by fear, this year trapped by not knowing who is going to slap him as opposed to not knowing when the slap is coming) than it is about Ted and Robin arguing over who is going to slap him.

    Cultural Learnings

  • In "Slapsgiving," Ted and Robin question their relationship after a fight leads them to sleep together.

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  • The comedy best known for Robin Sparkles, Slapsgiving, and lots and lots of suits has received notice recently for its drama — namely, the surprise death of Marshall's father.

    How I Met Your Mother's Josh Radnor on Ted's New Girlfriend and the Show's Future

  • "Slapsgiving 2" gave Toobworld lots of new board games created by Lily's father Mickey Aldrin.

    Archive 2009-11-29

  • HIMYM has put out a really solid season with some great standouts Slapsgiving!

    How I Became Disappointed With HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER | the TV addict

  • Slapsgiving, it's the one day when we all an gather together ... to give slaps

    HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER: Slapsgiving | the TV addict

  • For example the scenes of Marshall delivering firm slaps to Barney are ideal fodder for GIFs but also gave rise to "slap bet" and "Slapsgiving," which have stretched out over seasons and feel designed to live as Twitter hashtags.

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