Published On: Thu, Jun 27th, 2013

Neil Patrick Harris talks ‘How I Met Your Mother’ season 9, not winning an Emmy

Neil Patrick Harris talks about the Emmys, how the process works and of course, the upcoming season 9 of How I Met Your Mother.

In the video, see below, Harris talks with GoldDerby about the world of awards shows, how submissions work, and why certain episodes are better for you to submit than others.

While offering few details on the hit show How I Met Your Mother and what to expect in season 9, Harris joked about never winning an Emmy for his work on the show, though he has one for his appearance on Glee. He’s a bit proud of the bachelor party.

According to a report from TVLine, season 9 begins with an episode will be entitled “The Locket,” which should bear as a clue what we saw from the show at the end of season 8.

Fans will meet a new character in Camille, described as a strong Hispanic or African-American woman in her 30s or 40s ends up having a verbal altercation with Marshall on board his flight from Minnesota to New York City.

The ninth and final season of the show will take place during the weekend of Barney and Robin’s wedding, and that every other main character will meet the mother before Ted does.

Barney and mother Francis Conroy How I Met Your Mother photo

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    WHY SHOULD Neil Patrick Harris WIN AN Emmy FOR PORTRAYING A HETEROSEXUAL CHARACTER, WHILE HIS REAL-LIFE REPUTATION AS AN “out-gay-activist” IS BECOMING MORE WIDELY KNOWN. [After the United States Supreme Court decisions on gay-rights this week, Mr. Harris made a public (on-camera) statement of approval].


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