With his last relationship before The Mother ever, no less.
Maybe she made sure the eggs were unfertilised?They didn't really smoke before that episode, either.Isn't dual citizenship the default for people who are applying for citizenship to a new country?Why, after meeting him, does she never see them again?Yes, that was part of the issue.When Kevin mentioned adoption, she realized he hadn't understood and so pushed.Rati kanchan paya nahin, Ravan chalti baar.Is it just an odd coincidence or is there some significance I'm missing?They were important parts of his life and identity and had many fond memories which had nothing to do libertine menu morro bay with Ted's exes.Sure, but you can agree with me that she looks younger in the second photo.
Ted wouldn't really need to tell the kids "I asked Robin where her dogs went" if there wasn't some funny or meaningful story behind.In addition to that, there was another episode in which Barney said he had no fear of getting fired because he knew too much about the company's illicit activities.Hell, Zoey eats hot dogs in Oh Honey.The show doesn't paint either one as wrong for their desires and used this a reason why they shouldn't be together instead of having either one compromise.I wondered this too, but on a second time through it made more sense.This is pretty much a handwave excuse for any issue in the series.
As for the mother, her death may have been planned from the second season, but that's sort of a meaningless justification for why the fans shouldn't get upset over her death.
The way he proposed to Robin was convoluted, went against the point of him being a better person and boyfriend and it made Robin a thing in the Playbook, something that is demonized by everyone.
To me it felt like Lily holding this newfound dream as more important than all of Marshall's hard work and ambitions and the well-being of their children, and/or simply expecting Marshall to make sure it works on a practical level.