How I Met Your Dad character breakdowns leaked!

By | February 5, 2014 at 12:32 pm | 6 comments | News, TV/Movies | Tags: ,

New details have emerged about the exciting How I Met Your Mother spin-off, properly titled How I Met Your Dad. Casting has begun on the CBS show and has leaked the character breakdowns for your new cast of characters. Take a look and see what- and who- you have to look forward to!

SALLY | She’s vibrant, messy and unpredictable — a “female Peter Pan who has never grown up and has no idea of where she’s going in life.” She’s thinking of calling it quits with her husband of a year, Gavin. She’ll lean on her circle of friends for advice and support through the inevitable divorce. That circle includes…

JULIET | Sally’s sexy, flamboyant, energetic, party-girl BFF. She runs a successful fashion blog. She’s delighted to learn Sally is ending things with the terminally boring Gavin.

DANNY | Sally’s older gay brother, a Type A, overachieving lawyer whom she shares little in common with. They nonetheless share a tight bond, although Sally’s decision to move in with Danny after her split with Gavin promises to test that bond.

TODD | Danny’s warm, outgoing husband and one of Sally’s closest friends from college. Unlike Danny, Todd welcomes Sally into their home.

FRANK | The head of IT for Juliet’s fashion blog. He’s a hot nerd. He has genuine feelings for Sally, but it’s a one-sided flirtation. At least for the moment.

NARRATOR | It’s Sally from the future. She’s reliving the events of her past to her kids.

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  • christopatten

    Wouldn’t it be cool if one of them wasn’t white…I don’t mean to be a PC troll but it would be cool to see some of the very funny non-white crowd getting in on what’s sure to be a pretty lucrative pie.

    • UncommonSense100

      As long as it’s not in the 73% white Upper West side or the 81% of the Upper East side… it should be fine.

      • christopatten

        I appear to be woefully unaware of the ethnic makeup of New York.

        • UncommonSense100

          The race and class divide is horribly evident in Manhattan. I hope the new show is set where a variety of cultural backgrounds live.

          • christopatten

            It seems to me there’s more comedy to be had in a place where everything’s less squeaky clean, how is the upper class of New York still being considered a good comic setting? It’s been done to death. The success of Brooklyn Nine Nine shows that a racially diverse section of the big apple is at least AS interesting as the white-bread Upper East/West side.

            Also apologies if my comment sounded sassy, I honestly didn’t know there was such ethnic homogeneity in anywhere in New York.

  • Ray

    It’s great that they’re featuring a homosexual couple, though I hope they don’t represent this couple’s relationship through offensive stereotypes or paint them lightly. :/ I’m nevertheless ecstatic for this show. I hope it’s as good as HIMYM.

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