How I Met Your Mother Recap: Minor Characters' Futures Revealed
Where are they now? Ahead of the series finale, How I Met Your Mother revealed the futures of several minor characters on the Monday, March 17 episode.
"The friends, neighbors, drinking buddies, partners in crime you love so much when you're young, as the years go by, you just lose touch," Ted Mosby (Josh Radnor) explained in the "Gary Blauman" episode. "That being said, I did manage to keep track of a few people."
Find out what happens in the future to Ranjit, Zoey and other characters in the list below.
Carl (Joe Nieves) -- Still working behind the bar at MacLaren's, but it's a family business now with his son by his side.
Ranjit (Marshall Manesh) -- He made a couple of really good stock picks and owns the limo service now.
Patrice (Ellen D. Williams) -- Has her own drive-time radio show, Patrice! In the Morning, where people call in and she gives advice.
Scooter (David Burtka) -- Married a Lily lookalike he met at work, and it was love at first sight.
Sandy Rivers (Alexis Denisof) -- His inappropriate office behavior finally caught up with him, ending his news career in America . . . but not in Moscow.
Jeanette (Abby Elliott) and Kevin (Kal Penn) -- Jeanette was arrested for mailing jars of urine to Val Kilmer. She narrowly avoided prison time, but did receive mandatory psychology counseling . . . from Kevin. They fell in love and moved to Poughkeepsie.
Blahblah (Abigail Spencer) -- Not sure what happened to her, but her name was Carol!
Zoey (Jennifer Morrison) -- Pops up in the news every now and then supporting some cause or another . . . but it doesn't always go well for her.
William Zabka (himself) -- Became the youngest poet ever to win the American Humanities Medal for Literature. He's currently working on a collection of travel essays.
Blitz (Jorge Garcia) -- Struggled with a gambling addiction, but kicked it after a three-day bender on the same slot machine.
James Stinson (Wayne Brady) -- Finally convinced Tom to take him back, to the delight of their son and daughter.