How I Met Your Mother (season 6)

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How I Met Your Mother (season 6)
How I Met Your Mother Season 6 DVD Cover Art.jpg
The Complete Season 6. The New is Always Better Edition
Starring
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 24
Release
Original network CBS
Original release September 20, 2010 (2010-09-20) –
May 16, 2011 (2011-05-16)
Season chronology
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List of How I Met Your Mother episodes

The sixth season of the American television comedy series How I Met Your Mother premiered on September 20, 2010, and concluded on May 16, 2011 on CBS.

Cast[edit]

Main cast[edit]

Recurring cast[edit]

Guest cast[edit]

Episodes[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
code
US viewers
(millions)
1131"Big Days"Pamela FrymanCarter Bays & Craig ThomasSeptember 20, 2010 (2010-09-20)6ALH018.79[1]
Ted and Barney argue about who has "dibs" on a hot girl at the bar while Marshall's closeness with his father and desire to start a family gets him into trouble with Lily.
1142"Cleaning House"Pamela FrymanStephen LloydSeptember 27, 2010 (2010-09-27)6ALH029.00[2]
The gang comes to help Barney's mom move out of her home, but unravel startling revelations about him. Meanwhile, Ted gets upset when Robin oversells him to a blind date.
1153"Unfinished"Pamela FrymanJamie RhonheimerOctober 4, 2010 (2010-10-04)6ALH038.60[3]
Goliath National Bank revives its headquarters project but Ted wants no part of it after what happened to him the last time. Barney tries to convince him of giving it a second chance by using all of his best womanizing tactics. Robin's post-breakup depression leads her to drunk-dial Don.
1164"Subway Wars"Pamela FrymanChris HarrisOctober 11, 2010 (2010-10-11)6ALH048.48[4]
Robin vows to convince the gang she is a "real" New Yorker, despite their teasing to the contrary, since she hails from Canada. When Woody Allen is spotted in a downtown restaurant, Robin and the gang rush to see the quintessential New Yorker.
1175"Architect of Destruction"Pamela FrymanCarter Bays & Craig ThomasOctober 18, 2010 (2010-10-18)6ALH058.05[5]
Ted is confronted by a beautiful girl named Zoey (Jennifer Morrison) who's upset about the landmark to be torn down to make way for the new GNB headquarters he's designing.
1186"Baby Talk"Pamela FrymanJoe KellyOctober 25, 2010 (2010-10-25)6ALH078.29[6]
Marshall and Lily study the ways of conception. Robin's frustration with her overbearing co-anchor, Becky, continues to grow.
1197"Canning Randy"Pamela FrymanChuck TathamNovember 1, 2010 (2010-11-01)6ALH068.88[7]
Zoey sits in at Ted's class and gets his students on her side of the fight to save the hotel being torn down for the new GNB headquarters. Ted, Marshall and Barney see Robin in a Halloween "parade". Marshall has problems with his assistant Randy and how GNB treats people.
1208"Natural History"Pamela FrymanCarter Bays & Craig ThomasNovember 8, 2010 (2010-11-08)6ALH098.87[8]
When the gang goes to a black-tie event at the Natural History Museum, Ted gets introduced to Zoey's husband, The Captain. Barney and Robin dare each other to break the laws of the museum by touching all of the exhibits.
1219"Glitter"Pamela FrymanKourtney KangNovember 15, 2010 (2010-11-15)6ALH088.87[9]
The gang learns about Jessica Glitter (Nicole Scherzinger), a friend of Robin's from her pop-star days as Robin Sparkles, thanks to a new tape Barney discovers about a Canadian children's show.
12210"Blitzgiving"Pamela FrymanTheresa Mulligan RosenthalNovember 22, 2010 (2010-11-22)6ALH108.73[10]
An old college friend (Jorge Garcia) with a mean streak of bad luck celebrates Thanksgiving with Lily, Robin, Marshall, and Barney. Ted, who cooked a surprise feast for the gang, celebrates the occasion instead with Zoey.
12311"The Mermaid Theory"Pamela FrymanRobia RashidDecember 6, 2010 (2010-12-06)6ALH119.26[11]
When Ted's new friendship with Zoey tests the theory that single men and married women can't be friends, he invites her husband, "The Captain," to hang out with them. Meanwhile, Marshall and Robin decide to spend alone time together, and Barney and Lily possibly have a fight.
12412"False Positive"Pamela FrymanCraig Gerard & Matthew ZinmanDecember 13, 2010 (2010-12-13)6ALH129.70[12]
After hearing startling news of Lily being pregnant, everyone must reflect on their lives. Robin becomes newly employed and Ted must do a few things because he is Punchy's best man. Meanwhile, Barney tries to get into the Christmas spirit.
12513"Bad News"Pamela FrymanJennifer HendriksJanuary 3, 2011 (2011-01-03)6ALH1310.15[13]
Marshall and Lily see a reproduction specialist out of fear she will never get pregnant while Marshall's parents pay him a surprise visit. Their quest results in both good and bad news. Robin is made a laughing stock at her new job.
12614"Last Words"Pamela FrymanCarter Bays & Craig ThomasJanuary 17, 2011 (2011-01-17)6ALH1410.54[14]
The gang consoles Marshall as they all return to Minnesota upon learning of his bad news. Marshall's experiences inspire everyone, causing Barney to muster the courage to find his father.
12715"Oh Honey"Pamela FrymanCarter Bays & Craig ThomasFebruary 7, 2011 (2011-02-07)6ALH1510.00[15]
Barney opens up about himself and his father to Zoey's cousin, Honey (Katy Perry). Ted, whom Zoey had tried to pair up with Honey, confesses to the group his feelings for Zoey.
12816"Desperation Day"Pamela FrymanTami SagherFebruary 14, 2011 (2011-02-14)6ALH169.51[16]
The gang tries to finalize their plans for Valentine's Day with less than 24 hours to go. Lily faces the prospect of spending the day without Marshall. Robin spends the holiday with her co-workers while Barney tries to take advantage of dateless women.
12917"Garbage Island"Michael SheaTom RuprechtFebruary 21, 2011 (2011-02-21)6ALH179.33[17]
Marshall becomes obsessed with saving the environment, and The Captain returns.
13018"A Change of Heart"Pamela FrymanMatt KuhnFebruary 28, 2011 (2011-02-28)6ALH199.24[18]
Barney realizes he has heartfelt attraction for Nora (Nazanin Boniadi) and he thinks that something is wrong with him. Robin dates a guy who acts like a dog.
13119"Legendaddy"Pamela FrymanDan Gregor & Doug MandMarch 21, 2011 (2011-03-21)6ALH188.03[19]
Barney and his father, Jerome Whittaker (John Lithgow), meet for the first time as father and son. The rest of the gang are struggling with certain issues.
13220"The Exploding Meatball Sub"Pamela FrymanStephen LloydApril 11, 2011 (2011-04-11)6ALH206.87[20]
Marshall finally leaves GNB to join an environmental organization - which does not sit well with Barney and Lily. The GNB headquarters project drives another wedge between Ted and Zoey.
13321"Hopeless"Pamela FrymanChris HarrisApril 18, 2011 (2011-04-18)6ALH226.49[21]
In an attempt to bond with his father, Barney asks the gang to embellish their histories with him by adding fake details to their lives. Robin runs into a guy she had a crush on when she and Ted were dating.
13422"The Perfect Cocktail"Pamela FrymanJoe KellyMay 2, 2011 (2011-05-02)6ALH216.77[22]
Marshall and Barney begin to argue over GNB's demolition of the Arcadian Hotel, and it's up to Robin and Lily to help them make up using cocktails. Ted plans a romantic weekend away for him and Zoey.
13523"Landmarks"Pamela FrymanCarter Bays & Craig ThomasMay 9, 2011 (2011-05-09)6ALH246.41[23]
The gang finally tells Ted what they really feel about Zoey, which drives him to make an important decision.
13624"Challenge Accepted"Pamela FrymanCarter Bays & Craig ThomasMay 16, 2011 (2011-05-16)6ALH237.15[24]
Robin and Barney meddle in Ted's relationship but things get more complicated when Barney sees Nora again. An incident makes Marshall think he could get sick with food poisoning. Ted pushes ahead with being best man at a very important wedding. Lily discovers that she is pregnant.

Reception[edit]

Season six of How I Met Your Mother was met with mostly positive reviews.[25][26]

Ratings[edit]

U.S. Nielsen Ratings[edit]

Order Title Air Date Rating Share 18-49 Viewers
1 Big Days September 20, 2010 5.3 8 3.6/10 8.79 million[1]
2 Cleaning House September 27, 2010 5.3 8 3.9/11 9.00 million[2]
3 Unfinished October 4, 2010 5.3 8 3.5/10 8.60 million[3]
4 Subway Wars October 11, 2010 5.1 8 3.5/10 8.48 million[4]
5 Architect of Destruction October 18, 2010 5.0 8 3.3/9 8.05 million[5]
6 Baby Talk October 25, 2010 5.0 8 3.2/9 8.29 million[6]
7 Canning Randy November 1, 2010 5.4 8 3.7/10 8.88 million[7]
8 Natural History November 8, 2010 5.5 8 3.5/9 8.87 million[8]
9 Glitter November 15, 2010 5.4 8 3.6/10 8.87 million[9]
10 Blitzgiving November 22, 2010 5.2 8 3.5/10 8.73 million[10]
11 The Mermaid Theory December 6, 2010 5.6 9 3.6/10 9.26 million[11]
12 False Positive December 13, 2010 6.0 9 3.6/10 9.70 million[12]
13 Bad News January 3, 2011 6.3 10 3.9/11 10.15 million[13]
14 Last Words January 17, 2011 6.3 10 3.9/10 10.54 million[14]
15 Oh Honey February 7, 2011 6.1 9 3.8/11 10.00 million[15]
16 Desperation Day February 14, 2011 5.9 10 3.7/11 9.51 million[16]
17 Garbage Island February 21, 2011 5.6 9 3.5/10 9.33 million[17]
18 A Change of Heart February 28, 2011 5.6 9 3.4/10 9.24 million[18]
19 Legendaddy March 21, 2011 4.9 8 3.0/9 8.03 million[19]
20 The Exploding Meatball Sub April 11, 2011 4.3 7 2.7/8 6.87 million[20]
21 Hopeless April 18, 2011 4.1 7 2.5/8 6.49 million[21]
22 The Perfect Cocktail May 2, 2011 4.2 7 2.8/8 6.77 million[22]
23 Landmarks May 9, 2011 4.1 7 2.6/8 6.41 million[23]
24 Challenge Accepted May 16, 2011 7 11 3.1/9 7.15 million[24]

Australian ratings[edit]

Order Episode Original airdate Timeslot Viewers
(millions)
Nightly
rank
Weekly
rank
1 "Big Days" 3 February 2011 Thursday 7:30 pm8:00 pm 0.919[27] #7[28] #38[27]
2 "Cleaning House" 3 February 2011 Thursday 8:00 pm8:30 pm 0.995[27] #5[28] #32[27]
3 "Unfinished" 10 February 2011 Thursday 7:30 pm8:00 pm 0.710[29] #17[30] #62[29]
4 "Subway Wars" 10 February 2011 Thursday 8:00 pm8:30 pm 0.874[29] #11[30] #46[29]
5 "Architect of Destruction" 17 February 2011 Thursday 7:30 pm8:00 pm 0.762[31] #14[32] #56[31]
6 "Baby Talk" 17 February 2011 Thursday 8:00 pm8:30 pm 0.898[31] #9[32] #34[31]
7 "Canning Randy" 24 February 2011 Thursday 8:00 pm8:30 pm 0.797[33] #11[34] #51[33]
8 "Natural History" 3 March 2011 Thursday 7:30 pm8:00 pm 0.810[35] #11[36] #51[35]
9 "Glitter" 3 March 2011 Thursday 8:00 pm8:30 pm 0.899[35] #8[36] #40[35]
10 "Blitzgiving" 10 March 2011 Thursday 7:30 pm8:00 pm 0.811[37] #13[38] #50[37]
11 "The Mermaid Theory" 10 March 2011 Thursday 8:00 pm8:30 pm 0.904[37] #8[38] #35[37]
12 "False Positive" 17 March 2011 Thursday 7:30 pm8:00 pm 0.761[39] #12[40] #52[39]
13 "Bad News" 17 March 2011 Thursday 8:00 pm8:30 pm 0.884[39] #7[40] #39[39]
14 "Last Words" 24 March 2011 Thursday 7:30 pm8:00 pm 0.835[41] #9[42] #44[41]
15 "Oh Honey" 24 March 2011 Thursday 8:00 pm8:30 pm 0.959[41] #5[42] #31[41]
16 "Desperation Day" 31 March 2011 Thursday 7:30 pm8:00 pm 0.845[43] #10[44] #43[43]
17 "Garbage Island" 31 March 2011 Thursday 8:00 pm8:30 pm 0.985[43] #5[44] #24[43]
18 "A Change of Heart" 5 May 2011 Thursday 8:00 pm8:30 pm 0.671[45] #17[46] #63[45]
19 "Legendaddy" 12 May 2011 Thursday 7:30 pm8:00 pm 0.712[47] #14[48] #50[47]
20 "The Exploding Meatball Sub" 19 May 2011 Thursday 7:30 pm8:00 pm 0.627[49] #17[50] #74[49]
21 "Hopeless" 26 May 2011 Thursday 7:30 pm8:00 pm 0.676[51] #16[52] #60[51]
22 "The Perfect Cocktail" 2 June 2011 Thursday 7:30 pm8:00 pm 0.721[53] #13[54] #54[53]
23 "Landmarks" 9 June 2011 Thursday 7:30 pm8:00 pm 0.740[55] #14[56] #53[55]
24 "Challenge Accepted" 16 June 2011 Thursday 7:30 pm8:00 pm 0.916[57] #9[58] #34[57]

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