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  • Episode Name:
    The Bro Mitzvah
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  • Summary:
    The gang works together to plan a legendary bachelor party for Barney


The main thrust of the episode is Lily’s back-and-forth decision on whether or not to join The Captain in Rome for a year to continue her work as his personal art consultant. It’s one of the few times this season that a Lily story has been asked to carry an episode, and it mostly works, thanks in large part to the story having been set up much, much earlier in the season. Lily’s conversation with Ted on the roof way back in the early part of this season, about her secret resentment over how she’s been held back from achieving her dreams. Here, she’s presented with the opportunity to follow through, yet she naturally can’t help putting her family first. She worries that the move would upset Marshall (Jason Segel), who’s been bragging about his job, and how many clients he’s been getting.

Following a brief, unfortunate detour into the surreal, it appears that How I Met Your Mother is back on track as we get closer to the end of the season. “Romeward Bound” flirts with huge developments, leaving it to subsequent episodes to either follow through or reverse course. We are presented with the possibility of Lily (Alyson Hannigan) moving to Rome with The Captain (Kyle MacLachlan) to serve as his art consultant abroad. Meanwhile, a surprising, late-episode blow-up between Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) and Ted (Josh Radnor) seems to imply that the tension that exists between the two over Robin (Cobie Smulders) hasn’t entirely subsided. The latter development comes out of nowhere, and escalates in alarming fashion, and it’s a scene that proves to be one of the most effective of the episode, as both men have valid points to make. It anchors what turns out to be a pretty strong episode for the series.



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