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Throwing it back to 2005, y'all…
Because that's when the final scenes of How I Met Your Mother were actually shot!
Ted Mosby's children (actors Lyndsy Fonseca and David Henrie) are now speaking out about the pivotal show moments that were actually filmed almost 10 years ago!
"We shot this last little section nine years ago. It was so long ago, I don't really remember what I said."
But she does remember they had to get it on film quickly, because David was rapidly going through puberty—which would clearly mess up the continuity of the shots:
"David was growing so fast. He grew like four shoe sizes and his voice dropped, so it was very apparent."
Lyndsy also explained that the duo improvised scenes and generic reaction shots to be used for any occasion throughout the course of the series—proving the show's creators are sneaky snakes!
Now 24-year-old David expressed how much things have changed since they shot in Season 1:
"When we started, I wasn't even old enough to drive. Now, I just bought my first house. I come home … and my cousins are watching the show. It is always a funny feeling. They always say, 'Baby David is on TV!'"
We wonder if the kids actually wanted Ted and Robin together, or were with the fans who needed a more up in the air ending for Papa Mosby!
Either way, we're sure they were happy to be a part of the long-running series!
P.S. CLICK HERE to get the full finale recap in GIFs!
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