With the series finale for "How I Met Your Mother" airing tonight, Bravo's James Lipton invited the entire cast to talk about their beloved memories over nine "legen ... wait for it ... dary" seasons.
Lipton asked the actors what their favorite scenes were from the more than 200 total episodes.
Check out what Ted, Marshall, Robin, Barney and Lily chose as their favorites:
Harris's favorite scene is a musical one.
After dissing Stacy Keibler, who guest starred on the show, Barney breaks out into song about why suits will always be better than girls in "Girls Versus Suits."
"It's a truth you can't refute, nothing suits me like a suit," Barney sings.
Marshall, Ted, Robin and Lily all join in!
"That is f***ing fantastic," Lipton said after watching.
Hannigan's favorite scene is when Marshall's father died at the end of "Bad News" in Season 6.
Lily shows up to MacLaren's Pub to break the horrible news to her husband and some of the most raw acting from both Segel and Hannigan ensues.
"Marshall, something's happened," Lily tells him, crying. "Your father, he had a heart attack. He didn't make it."
"My dad's dead?" Marshall, starting to break down. "I'm not ready for this."
Time - 13:55 (Full Interview Below)
Smulders chose Season 5's "Bang, Bang, Bangity Bang" song.
Robin steps out of her room, having just had a date and can't hide her excitement about the night.
"Robin, how did the big date go?" Marshall asks.
"Pretty well ... pretty well," she answers.
After being asked how well, she breaks out into song.
"One interesting thing did happen. I said a bang, bang, bangity bang. I said a bang bang bangity bang..."
The whole casts starts to sing and dance.
Segel's favorite scene is from "Matchmaker" in Season 1, when he finds and takes the "cockamouse" -- a mix of a cockroach and a mouse -- to the Columbia University Biology department.
"Brace yourself dude, this is going to blow your mindhole," Marshall tells the doctor, only to find the creature is gone.
He runs home to save Lily from the hybrid beast. Meanwhile, back at the apartment.
"Oh my God, it's real," says Robin, seeing it and now believing.
Marshall busts in, "Lily, thank God." He grabs it and Robin opens the window, they admire watching it start to fly.
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Radnor's favorite was his quick date with Sarah Chalke, who played Stella, the woman who left him at the altar.
With only two minutes for a date, Stella gets into a cab, only to find out Ted has planned one of the shortest, yet romantic dates of all-time.
They drive next door to have dinner at this place next to Ted's apartment.
"Can we have a check, we are trying to make a movie in 15 seconds," Ted tells the waitress.
Then, they head next door again and watch a quick movie on a TV in the window of an electronic store.
Stella tells Ted about her daughter, they grad coffee and desert and inevitable end up falling in love.
For the full interview with the cast, head over to BRAVOTV.COM.