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The Etymology of Gazebo – This is Justin Isaiah Dwyer's Blog

First, there are some gazebo etymologies that are patently false. How I Met Your Mother The first impostor etymology that I encountered in my brief life is from the beloved television series How I Met Your Mother, on Season 5, Episode 13: “Jenkins”.【Get Price】

Talk:Gazebo - Wikipedia

In one episode (5x13 "Jenkins") of the sit-com "How I Met Your Mother" the protagonist Ted Mobsy says that the Architect Gregorio Franchetti is the person who designed the Gazebo. Does anyone know if it is true? — Preceding unsignedcomment added by 93.39.222.106(talk) 10:59, 23 September 2013 (UTC) It seems to be a joke.【Get Price】

"How I Met Your Mother" Jenkins (TV Episode 2010) - IMDb

Directed by Neil Patrick Harris. With Josh Radnor, Jason Segel, Cobie Smulders, Neil Patrick Harris. 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 coworker.【Get Price】

Anne Travis Evans – Stratford Gazebo

Anne Travis Evans is a sophomore and on her second year on the Gazebo. She plays tennis and is a member of the Key Club. Her favorite thing about school is break and her least favorite thing is having to get a VPN. She does not like parking. She loves chicken fingers and her favorite color is blue. She loves How I Met Your Mother.【Get Price】

How I Met Your Mother – “Jenkins” | Cultural Learnings

It’s not a bad story idea, and it reaches a satisfying conclusion, but it’s another sign that the kind of storytelling that often sets How I Met Your Mother apart from other shows just no longer jives with Marshall and Lily’s day-to-day lives.【Get Price】

"How I Met Your Mother" The Bro Mitzvah (TV Episode 2013) - IMDb

Directed by Pamela Fryman. With Josh Radnor, Jason Segel, Cobie Smulders, Neil Patrick Harris. Ted and Marshall turn Barney's bachelor party into the worst night of his life, or is that exactly what they want him to believe?【Get Price】

You Must Face the Gazebo Alone | Know Your Meme

You Must Face the Gazebo Alone is a memorable line from the role-playing card game Munchkin. The card is based on a story "The Tale of Eric and the Dread Gazebo," which was told to Munchkin-creator Steve Jackson in the 90s.【Get Price】

How to move a gazebo - YouTube

We had a bbq and invited roughly 20 people to help us lift and move it Egyptian style! Worked amazingly!【Get Price】

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