How I Met Your Mother: Season 5 (2014)
Tuesday 2nd November 2010
Starring Jason Segel, Alyson Hannigan and Neil Patrick Harris, How I Met Your Mother, released on DVD by Twentieth Century Fox on 8th November 2010, continues with its fifth season seeing viewing figures hitting an all time high as more and more people join the How I Met Your Mother movement!
Ted starts his first day as an architecture professor; and Barney and Robin reveal the relationship they had during the summer and end up parting. As expected, Barney immediately returns to his old ways, and uses the playbook to pick up women. while Ted begins dating a graduate student named Cindy (Rachel Bilson, Jumper, The O.C.) who turns out to be the roommate of his future wife!
As well as including all 24 episodes of the fifth season of How I Met Your Mother and a selection of extras, the DVD box-set includes a brand new addition - Clips to Go®! Clips to Go is a selection of short clips hand-picked by the show creators a well as exclusive video mash-ups, all easily transferable to your portable video device for you to enjoy everywhere. They are promotional and viral in nature, easy to share with your friends via email, Facebook, MySpace. They do not require an active local iTunes Video store.
- Definitions - As Ted begins his new career as a professor and is about to meet his future wife, Lily forces Barney and Robin to have "the talk" and define their new relationship
- Double Date - Ted goes on a blind date with the same woman he went on a blind date with seven years ago, and Barney and Marshall find Lily's stripper look-alike
- Robin 101 - When Robin fears that Barney is cheating on her, she soon discovers that he is spending his evenings with Ted learning everything there is to know on how to date her
- The Sexless Innkeeper - When Lily and Marshall realize that Robin and Barney are the perfect double-date friends, they try too hard to impress and come on too strong. Meanwhile, Ted gets a new nickname from Barney after an unsuccessful hook-up
- Duel Citizenship - While Barney tries to convince Robin to become an American citizen, Ted and Marshall's fabled road trip takes a wrong turn when Marshall invites Lily
- Bagpipes - Despite their best efforts to be the perfect couple, Barney's know-it-all attitude gets him in trouble with Robin and they are forced to ask Marshall and Lily for relationship advice
- The Rough Patch - After Barney and Robin hit a rough patch in their relationship, Lily devises the perfect plan to break them up, calling in help from Robin's famous friend, Alan Thicke
- The Playbook - When Barney hooks up with a woman Lily had been saving for Ted, she gets revenge by stealing his "playbook," which contains all the moves he uses to pick up women. But will Barney have the last laugh?
- Slapsgiving 2: Revenge of the Slap - Barney freaks out when Marshall bequeaths a "slap bet" slap to Ted and Robin. Meanwhile, Lily's estranged father shows up for Thanksgiving
- Last Cigarette Ever - The gang struggles to quit smoking while Robin clashes with her new jaded co-worker
- The Window - Maggie a girl next door Ted has wanted to date for years has suddenly broken up with her latest boyfriend, giving him and many other guys a chance to score with her
- Girls vs. Suits - Barney chooses between wearing suits and sleeping with a sexy bartender. Meanwhile, Ted gets ever closer to meeting "the mother"
- Jenkins - When Marshall finds out he's the "reacher" in his relationship with Lily and not the "settler," he considers pursuing a sexy and cool female co-worker. Meanwhile, Ted finds out Robin is a drinking game for his architecture students
- The Perfect Week - When Barney is about to complete the perfect week - landing seven different girls in seven days - the gang roots him on in order to forget about their own miserable week
- Rabbit or Duck - Barney runs into problems when he displays his cell phone number during the Super Bowl, Ted asks Marshall and Lily to arrange a marriage for him, and Robin thinks that her co-anchor has asked her out on a date
- Hooked - When the gang tries to convince Ted that he is being strung along by Tiffany, they reflect about relationships where each of them has been in the same situation
- Say Cheese - Ted angers Lily when he brings a random date to her birthday party, so she is forced to remind him of all the other random women he has brought along to important functions, only to discover that they weren't "the one"
- Of Course - After the guys discover that Robin deliberately got Barney hooked up with an incompatible female writer, they find out that that they didn't realize that Robin hasn't been handling their breakup very well
- Twin Beds - As Robin contemplates moving in with her new boyfriend Don, Ted and Barney both decide that they want her back. Meanwhile, Marshall and Lily think they've revolutionized modern marriage when they begin sleeping in separate beds
- Home Wreckers - Ted reacts to his mom's second wedding by making the capricious decision to buy his "dream house", while everyone tries to figure out whether Barney or Robin cried at the wedding
- Robots vs Wrestlers - Barney is worried that the old gang is falling apart when Ted blows off a "Wrestlers vs. Robots" competition so that he can stay at a snobby party
- Zoo or False - Marshall comes up with a number of different outrageous and embarrassing stories to explain how he was mugged in Central Park, but which of his stories is the truth?
- Doppelgangers - Marshall and Lily think they've spotted Barney's doppelganger, which means that they can start trying to have a baby, but it's really Barney in disguise. Meanwhile, Ted goes blonde and Robin considers taking an anchor job in Chicago
- The Wedding Bride - Ted is livid when he discovers that the man Stella left Ted for at the altar wrote a blockbuster movie about the incident, and portrays Ted as the bumbling, mean-spirited bad guy
- Clips to Go
- Deleted/Extended Scenes
- Music Videos
- Making of Super Date
- Wedding Bride Trailer
- Behind the Scenes of the 100th Episode
- Series Recap
- Video Montage
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.