Wait For It: The Legen-dary Story of How I Met Your Mother - ECW Press

Wait For It: The Legen-dary Story of How I Met Your Mother

McLean, Jesse

  • The record-breaking run of the CBS hit sitcom How I Met Your Mother has come to an end, but new fans of the epic romantic comedy are still appearing in droves, thanks to the joy of binge-watching on demand. What better way for old fans and new to reminisce about all the friendships and fun than by looking at the series as a whole in Jesse McLean’s Wait For It. With an entertaining examination of each of the nine seasons of the show, McLean not only looks at the characters and stories, but the making-of stories, the running gags, the lead actors, and the lasting impact of How I Met Your Mother on pop culture thanks to a cult fandom that’s grown to a national obsession.

  • Jesse McLean is an award-winning writer, humorist and culture commentator. He is the author of The Kings of Madison Avenue: The Unofficial Guide to Mad Men and his story “Looks Just Like the Sun” won third prize in The Broken Social Scene Story Project (House of Anansi). He lives in Toronto, Ontario.

  • Published: September 2014

    ISBN: 9781770412200

    Dimensions: 6 x 9 in.

    Pages: 288

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"If you were a fan of this beloved comedy, Wait For It will take you through the laughs, the heartache, and the behind-the-scene stories." — Sukasa Reads

"Just a fantastic companion to the series. If you're also planning to rewatch the show then stop — get this book, and have it sitting there as you watch episode after episode." — Order of Books

"Wait For It is the ultimate companion book for fans of How I Met Your Mother. Whether you are a new or old fan, you'll lost yourself in the stories, gags, and behind the scenes sharing inside this book." — Curled Up With a Good Book and a Cup of Tea

"Whether you viewed How I Met Your Mother when it was on primetime, or if you are binge-watching the whole series, this book will undoubtedly add to your enjoyment of the show, and perhaps garner a few laughs of its own along the way." — Scene Magazine