OK! Catch Up: What You Need to Know About 'HIMYM' Before Tonight's Finale

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May 13 2013, Published 7:36 a.m. ET

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The finale of How I Met Your Mother airs tonight, and it seems like it's going to be major! Two of the five major characters are getting married (to each other, that is) and producers have suggested that we will finally—finally!—meet the titular mother.

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Update yourself so you're ready for tonight's finale, and then be sure to read OK!'s interview with executive producer Craig Thomas, in which he discussed the big wedding and the big reveal!

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Here's what you need to know: Robin and Barney are getting married. Barney essentially tricked Robin into finally seeing that the two are meant to be, but they're both very happy. Except... in the most recent episode, Robin had one of her "Wait, maybe Ted is really the one after all" moments. This is unacceptable. They had better walk down the aisle tonight!

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Lily got a job in Rome, and she and Marshall are leaving New York so she may finally realize her dream. And neither of them is even harboring secret resentment about it (seriously, because who could complain about living in the land of pasta?).

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As for Ted, like Robin, he is being set up to care too much about her and Barney's wedding. Dude, you guys had like 15 different chances for that relationship to work. She wanted some NPH, and who can blame her? But things are looking up for Ted—he should meet his wife in tonight's episode!

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Will you be tuning in to tonight's finale? Do you think Robin and Barney will make it down the aisle? Do you think we'll finally (really) meet the mother? Tell us in the comments below, or tweet us @OKMagazine.


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