The 2013–14 season will be the show's ninth and final season.
The series follows the main character, Ted Mosby, and his group of friends in Manhattan.
While it's typical for sitcom characters to evolve over time, this season of HIMYM makes it feel natural and not gimmicky.
Season 5 was a disapointing departure from the usual high standards HIMYM sets for itself, what with too many random one-off adventures and the poor execution and followup of the previous season's build-up to Barney and Robin's romance, but fortunately Season 6 quickly recovers and mostly erases the damage.
(Though, the latter storyline will probably be making a reappearance in Season 7.) But the rest of the episodes are so strong that it more than makes up for any shortcomings. Just started watching this series like 2 weeks ago and just started watching this season today!
The end of the season comes with a couple of big moments that set the stage for the coming year. I could watch this show for hours and the characters are hilarious!
), Robin gets over her breakup with Don and gets a new job, Marshall deals with both family and job crisis', and Ted gets involved in a project for GNB which involves the destruction of a very old hotel building, the Arcadian, and eventually ends up in a relationship with the girl trying to stop the project.
The more prominent ongoing storylines are actually nice, and don't at all take away from the episodes' humor.