How well do you know Barney, Lily, Marshall, Ted and Robin? If you think you could be part of the "How I Met Your Mother" gang, this quiz should be a breeze.
Ted and Marshall were roommates at Wesleyan, where they also met Lily.
The apartment most of them live in at one time or another is located in the building above MacLaren's, making it a convenient place to grab a drink.
It's supposed to be 2030.
The scenes with the kids were all filmed in the first season to keep them the same age throughout the series.
Ted dated at least 29 women who weren't "the mother."
Robin's teen pop-star name was Robin Sparkles. Her best friend was Jessica Glitter.
"Space Teens" was about two teenagers (Robin and Jessica) who solved crimes in space using math. Totally awesome!
Jim Parsons, who now stars in "The Big Bang Theory," auditioned to play Barney.
Their "bar" is, of course, named Puzzles, and there is never a last call.
Robin moves to Japan for a new job but quickly resigns and moves back to New York.
Lily moves to San Francisco to concentrate on her art.
Despite being known as a total womanizer, Barney often showed he loved his friends.
The "naked man" works two out of three times. It's "best used as last resort, kind of a Hail Mary on a first date when you know there's not going to be a second one."
Throughout his life, Barney believe that Bob Barker was his dad.
Marshall was also known as Big Fudge.
Marshall got the nickname Big Fudge after eating an 8-pound chocolate block in less than 12 minutes.
Lily and Marshall had three kids: Marvin, Daisy and one more that was hinted to be a girl in the series finale.
Ted met his future wife Tracy McConnell at Barney's wedding. She was a member of the wedding band Superfreakonomics.
Barney and Robin got married on Sunday, May 25, 2013.
During the series, all the characters had at least one doppelganger, but it was Lily's whose was a stripper. Barney and Marshall spot her at the Lusty Leopard, and the group gives her the name Stripper Lily.
Barney's true doppelganger was Lily and Marshall's fertility doctor, Dr. John Stangel.
The couple decides to divorce because they constantly argue about Robin's traveling.
Barneys created rules the guys have to follow.
Ted and Tracy Mosby's kids are Luke and Penny.
Their names remain unknown throughout most of the series, but it's revealed that Ted wanted to name them Luke and Leia.
Penny figures out that Ted also still loves their Aunt Robin.
It was revealed that she died of an illness in 2024, about four years after her marriage to Ted and six years before he tells his children how he met her.
The scenes of Tracy Mosby's funeral and Ted mourning her death were cut, presumably because they were "too gut-wrenching."
The popular show aired on television for nine seasons.
"How I Met Your Mother" was nominated for 74 awards and won 21, including eight prime-time Emmy awards.