A window into the lives of YoSaffBridge and myself.
The following exchange occurred around 9:50 PST over text messages, concerning this news which, I will say again, is the greatest casting news of all time. Don’t argue with me.
Carmhelga: nph going to gueststar on glee!!!111!1!!
YoSaffBridge: ON JOSS’ EPISODE. do we read ontd at the same time?
Carmhelga: no, you read it when my sister does. She just posted the ontd link on my facebook and I like, stroked out from the excitement. this was right after i finished the house episode where house & wilson pretend to be a gay couple. television is good to me sometimes.
The Jennifer Lopez guest spot I can do without, but NPH guesting on Glee is like adding awesome berries into an already awesome pie. And Joss Whedon is the awesome ice cream that goes with it. You think maybe the awesome is going to be overpowering, but then you realize it’s juuust right.
No, that made perfect sense.
So I have classes on Monday nights. (or at least, I did. what up, last week of school?) This means, unfortunately, missing How I Met Your Mother (a show I am, obviously obsessed with) and watching it the next day online.
Not last night. I got home from my class and had an email from YoSaffBridge that said, among other things
watch it AS SOON AS HUMANLY POSSIBLE
So I did. And within the first minute, I knew this was going to be a good one. Why? Because…
I’ve neglected the NPH clips the last two weeks, so to make up for it, I have THREE NPH clips today.
First up: shoe fairy time!
An oldy but a goody. I love them both SO MUCH.
Funny story: YoSaffBridge tried to convince me to learn the words to this so we could perform at parties. I passed (because I am a chicken. IT’S A GREAT IDEA).
I know I promised a top ten sitcoms list, and I’ll get there, but midterms snuck up on me and, well, I think failing a midterm because I’m working on a top ten sitcoms
list would probably not go over well with anyone. Still, had to share this piece of news.
Did anyone know that NPH did another sitcom before HIMYM? It’s true! It was called “Stark Raving Mad” and it was on for about 10 seconds. NPH plays a fussy Felix Unger-esque editor for Tony Shalhoub’s character.
And here’s a clip from it!
Neil and Ellen are always so much fun, but this story involves impressions so: win.