But before we say goodbye to Ted, Marshall, Lily, Barney, and Robin, we examined the legacy left by these characters and came to a clear conclusion: These guys came up with a lot of weird stuff.
'No, you didn't take his phone,' Christa says to the stranger in disbelief,' but he goes along with the story and says: 'Yeah, I did!PHOTOS: Celebrity cougars "If you picture the most awkward scenario that three people could have, it would be your best friend dating your mom, and that's what basically happens on our show," Buzolic explains during a July visit to the Us Weekly offices in Los Angeles. I'm not good with long-distance relationships." Clearly, the two bonded on set. Adds Zuckerman, "[Nate] has to navigate those waters, balancing wanting what's best for his friend and his mom and not wanting to disown either one." But while on the show the besties awkwardly try to work it out, in real life neither Buzolic nor Zuckerman would ever date a friend's mom — or each other's. I wouldn't date her because I respect you, Josh, but if I did date her, it would be very uncomfortable. Even his cheeks have gone red and it's not even a real scenario, so you could see how awkward the idea of that would be." The other way around wouldn't work either. It would be a very different interview," Buzolic teases his costar. " PHOTOS: Best fictional TV hometowns You can't see Zuckerman's reaction, but picture Homer Simpson choking Bart and you'll have an idea. "I don't know if my mom and Josh would work," Buzolic jokes, turning to Zuckerman. PHOTOS: TV shows gone too soon "You have the age difference, which is already uncomfortable, and then there's the added conflict that Jimmy and Nate grew up together," Zuckerman says.