Ted goes on, in a joking manner, saying “Ok, I’m ready. ” and then he turns and sees Robin for the first time. Ted was always a head in the clouds romantic, always ready to settle down and start a family, but in that moment, he was truly ready.If it were up to him, he would have looked no further and he would have married Robin on the spot. The creators of the show revealed to us who Ted’s true love really was right in the first five minutes of the series, and then discouraged us by saying, “because, that, kids, is the true story of how I met your Aunt Robin,” at the end of the episode.This is the last time we hear about it, but Marshall still says, “Not yet,” with no explanation.As Ted’s best friend, Marshall knows who Ted is meant to be with.However, these viewers did not take a step back and look at yet another minor detail which pointed directly to the fact that these “dream couples” were in fact not meant to be together.One of the most iconic and well received episodes of walked through the mother’s life during the same timeline as Ted’s, touching on the various moments where they were in the same place at the same time.
fans everywhere were sad to see the story of Ted Mosby and his search for love finally come to an end.After Ted is shown meeting the mother, the show flashes forward to him talking to his kids on the couch and finally being able to say, “And that, kids, is how I met your mother.” Penny’s response was not what was expected.After sitting down and listening to her father talk her ear off for what seemed like an eternity, Ted’s daughter responds with, “That’s it?” and proceeds to take an unexpected, skeptical approach.This is where fans watched in absolute shock as Penny began to accuse their father of being madly in love with their “Aunt” Robin.