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Message posté par admin le 16 Sep 2011

Time has always been a major — if not the — component of How I Met Your Mother. But in Season 7, it will be about timing.

“That’s one of the central questions this season,” creator/executive producer Carter Bays tells “Love and romance to some degree is a game of musical chairs. At some point, the music stops and you’re with someone. You don’t know at the beginning of the game who you’re going to end with. Hopefully it ends up being the person you want to spend the rest of your life with, but there’s a lot of randomness to it and bad timing on parts of all the characters.”

In Robin’s case, she’s the one with the bad timing. After realizing she still has feelings for Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) in the season finale, Robin (Cobie Smulders) unfortunately cannot act on them yet, as her former flame has reconnected with Nora (Nazanin Boniadi). And yes, Barney is actually serious about getting serious this time. (Hey, he does get married after all.) “The thing that Barney learned last year was how he came to be the dashing rogue in the suit,” Bays says. “He met his father and realized that maybe he can aspire to more in life and he’s in a place where he’s genuinely looking for something more than one-night stands with hot girls. We’re going to see him a little more emboldened about starting a relationship with Nora.”

Though he’s dating Nora, that doesn’t mean Robin is out of the equation entirely. In fact, the first episode of the one-hour premiere features a hot and flirty dance number between Robin and Barney at Punchy’s wedding. “That whole episode is about the chemistry of Barney and Robin and how you can’t deny when there’s a connection between two people,” Bays says. “That’s what the routine is about — they have chemistry, and how do you ignore it? Can you ignore it? Can they ignore it?”

For now, they are, which complicates matters since Robin works with Nora. It will come to a head in the fourth episode, forebodingly titled “The Stinson Missile Crisis,” in which Robin has an “explosive moment” that leads her to meeting her shrink and love interest Kevin (Kal Penn). “There’s no attraction initially,” Bays says. “But he understands Robin better than anyone who’s understood her before and that is intriguing to her. He’ll be around for five or six [episodes].”

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