How I Met Your Father Season 2 Episode 20: Okay Fine, It’s a Hurricane Sophie explains how Hurricane Marcy was causing power outages throughout the city. All her friends go to the bar, leaving her son with no shock. That’s the only place they ever go.
Sid, Ellen, Val, Sophie, Charlie, and Jessie are given some light from the bar’s generator. The generator runs out and friends make fun of Sid for buying a generator on Facebook Marketplace.
Val asks Sophie if she wants to be strict or fluffy, to which Val is obliged to provoke Sophie by saying that Jesse needs to get over the fact that Sophie accused his girlfriend of being a drug dealer. Looking for a drink, Drew has a drink ready, which Sophie immediately drinks and they make more drinks.
Finding Charlie in the corner, trying to reassure himself about the storm, Val joins him to help him cope with the storm. After Val told him that storms don’t have to be scary, Val told Charlie that a storm could be a big sleep party.
Sid is surprised to see Hannah (Ashley Reyes) coming through the door. After catching the last flight before everything is canceled, Sid is very happy. Jesse plans to check on Parker but sees that the storm is impossible to deal with. Ellen is at the bar when she sees a disturbing text from Hannah on her phone. This is addressed to Eli and says he doesn’t have to contact her again as it was a one-time thing. Drew is asking for some advice, but Ellen is too distracted to listen and follows Hannah to the bathroom.
Unable to lie about the text, Hannah tells Ellen that after a work event last night, Hannah explains that she kissed Ellie and that she doesn’t want to tell Sid. The confrontation ends when Ellen agrees not to tell anyone.
E. Ellen is trying to tell Sid about Hannah but uses neighborhood cleaners as a metaphor. (It’s a strange moment. Sid eventually tells him he wants to know. Ellen tells Hannah that she has to tell Sid otherwise she will do it.
Sophie has had a few drinks and plans to make the next round of beverages at the bar with Drew. (Her skill with vodka is incredible.) After spending a great night, Drew tells Sophie that she thinks there’s something between them. (Drew is reading the wrong message.) Telling him that she doesn’t like him gives Drew a moment of introspection that’s hilarious. She admits that she is still interested in Jesse. Drew told her that he found the song Jesse had written about him. (He identified his handwriting from the complaint box at school.) Quick short comic excerpts are the best. )
Admitting that he hid the song because he knew he wouldn’t get a chance with Sophie, Drew gave the song to Sophie. When she reads the song, the group plays a game to help distract Charlie during the storm.
Sophie asks Jessie about the song, and he tries to deny that it’s about her. Admitting that it was about her, Jessie says it doesn’t matter. Sophie calls him a hypocrite and coward and says he should have told her. Jessie says it’s no different than every time that Sophie still had feelings for her and that she never acted on them.
Their discussion goes from apathy to bar, where Jesse talks about how Sophie spoiled the relationship after saying I love you. Accusing Sophie of being a coward, Jesse leaves the bar to move into Parker’s apartment.
Sid tells Ellen that he has changed his opinion about the fraudulent Laundromat story, and this causes Ellen to stop Hannah from telling the truth about her kiss with Ellie. Hannah will not keep her talk secret and goes to tell her husband.
Val and Charlie are making drinks at the bar and both are very happy. She sees that there has been a thunderous 25 applause that she hasn’t noticed, and Charlie is surprised. Telling her that he would do it all over again, Val was amazed by her reaction. (Charlie and Val are a great couple.) The chemistry between Einsley and Raisa is incredible. )
Finale Verdict: A
In the reverse room alone, Hannah tells Sid about her formerly- crapulous kiss with a colleague, and Sid explains that he has forgiven her, but she’s still frenetic. Sid also reveals that he nearly had a relationship with Taylor. Nothing happened, except they transferred too numerous dispatches, and Sid wanted to shut it down before anything happen. Now that they are in the same megacity, hoping for a bright future, Hannah tells Sid that she hasn’t indeed packed her effects, she’s just moved out of LA. Wondering why she’d leave so soon, Sid asked Hannah what she was running for.
Talking with Sophie, Val won’t disturb her and decides to be strict. Telling her friend that she has met someone she’s obsessed with, Val calls Sophie a sissy and tells her to get over her wrathfulness and do commodity about it. Sophie decides to go get Jesse and leaves the bar. Val is about to start wiping in the stockroom but Drew is surprised to see her.
On the road, Sophie meets Jesse. He tells her that he has arrived at Parker’s apartment and knows that he has not moved on from Sophie. They tell each other that they love each other, and they kiss amid the thunder of rain and storm. When they arrive at the bar, Sophie and Jesse are overjoyed, while Sid is devastated, and Val and Drew are cooking in the stockroom.
Shocked that Val and Drew were together, Sophie explained to her son that this relationship was a disaster, but if it had not happened, Val and Charlie would noway have had their son. ( This makes me veritably happy.)
Such a series will need to convey some important information in the two-part homestretch. The father of Sophie’s baby has not been revealed yet, but the beauty of a show like How I Met Your Father is that its story can give rise to numerous analogous stories.
We eventually met Sophie’s father this season, and thanks to some great chemistry between Francia Raisa and Tom Ainsley, we set up that the two of them will settle down and have a baby of their own. In Sophie’s view, the trip is long, but the moments we’ve gained from this season have given rise to a plushly developed and inconceivable world, where I would love to walk around and make musketeers with these people.
The homestretch was well-conducted, and it’s great to see some resolution because we know that Jesse and Sophie need to be together. Eventually, we got that moment, and season three should be quite the fun in exploring their relationship. There were a lot of silly suspensers, and what was anticipated to happen, Sid and Hannah faced the biggest handicap in their marriage. Will it last? It’s more likely than not.
Interestingly, in the middle of their concession, Hannah asked if Sid had a relationship with Sophie. Is this a precursor of unborn events? Conceivably! Sid and Sophie bond well, and there have been many moments between them that have made me wonder if Sid will ultimately come a father.
I do not know who the father is, but if season three ended with the disclosure of the father, How I Met Your Father would have told a fun, amusing story that wouldn’t be eaten.
I am looking forward to what is to come.