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So, when we had a chance to speak to Barney actor Neil Patrick Harris about his Netflix show , we couldn't resist asking for his opinion... and it turns out, he thinks the theory is 100% correct.
"I think that that's very accurate," Harris told Digital Spy.
So Ted's revisions of the characters are, for sure, proven." That said, Harris would like it to be known that he objects to his character being described as a jerk, however the 'real' Barney might have behaved...
"I am deeply offended that those fans would think that Barney's characterisations are somehow negative!
I'm not a fan of Kal Penn, who guest stars as Robin's court appointed therapist (he appears in the Harold and Kumar movies with Neil Patrick Harris) so hopefully he is just in this one episode.
I'm loving that Nora is a regular love interest for Barney as I really like the actress and the the character.
The Live wire will play himself in this season's second episode, sources confirm to me exclusively. was all a story that Ted Mosby told his two kids... Last year, one fan sent our minds spinning by suggesting that Ted could've been lying about – or at least exaggerating – his pal Barney's womanising ways.The theory goes that Ted (Josh Radnor) portrayed Barney as a womaniser and a bit of a jerk so that his kids would forgive him for chasing after Robin (Cobie Smulders) – Barney's ex-wife.But Barney and the others try to talk him out of it by sharing their own experiences dating people with whom they have to see on a regular basis once the relationship has ended.Barney explains The Platinum Rule to Ted: Never, ever, ever love thy neighbour.
Part of that exasperation comes from what he sees as a tangent to the story he wants and needs to hear, but that Robin swears is cogent to the assault charge.