Life's a Party with David Burtka - Netflix
Wed 26 June 2019
David Burtka is a Broadway and TV actor, accomplished chef and caterer to the stars. Combining his culinary expertise and love of entertaining, David's throwing open the doors of his home, where every meal is an incredible event. From extravagant holiday bashes to casual, intimate evenings with friends to everyday home-cooked family meals, there's always something to celebrate. No gathering is complete without family and friends who will drop in, along with David's husband Neil Patrick Harris and their adorable twins Gideon and Harper. Be there as he prepares meals with the know-how of a Cordon Bleu-trained chef and all the fun, infectious exuberance and joy of a natural entertainer.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Life's a Party with David Burtka - List of How I Met Your Mother characters - Netflix
The American sitcom How I Met Your Mother premiered on CBS on September 19, 2005. Created by Craig Thomas and Carter Bays, the show is presented from the perspective of Ted Mosby in 2030 (“Future Ted”) as he tells his children how he met the titular mother. The show lasted for nine seasons and 208 episodes; the finale first aired on March 31, 2014. The main characters are: Ted Mosby, a romantic searching for “The One”; Barney Stinson, a womanizer; Robin Scherbatsky, a journalist who moved to New York in 2005; and Marshall Eriksen and Lily Aldrin, a long-term couple. Although the show is based around The Mother, her first appearance is not until the season eight finale. Many of the main character's relatives appear throughout the show, such as Lily's father or Barney's brother. They may also be seen in family gatherings, such as Barney and Robin's wedding or Marshall's father's funeral. Ted's children and Marvin W. Eriksen (son of Marshall and Lily) appear in the background of many episodes without being crucial to many plots. Ranjit, Carl the Bartender, and several other characters often appear because they work in places the main cast frequent (such as MacLaren's Pub). Characters in relationships with Ted, Barney, or Robin often appear in several episodes within a short period of time, such as Victoria, Nora, or Kevin. Minor characters such as the Slutty Pumpkin or Mary the Paralegal may only appear in one or two episodes, but still play a crucial role in the episodes in which they appear.
Life's a Party with David Burtka - James Stinson - Netflix
Appears in 13 episodes from “Single Stamina” to “The End of the Aisle” Played by Wayne Brady, James is Barney's gay African-American half-brother; they are very alike and act as each other's “wingmen”. This changes when James meets Tom, his future husband. Barney tries to stop his brother from marrying but changes his mind when he learns that they are adopting a baby. James marries Tom and they have a son named Eli. In the season 6 episode “Cleaning House,” James finds out his father is Sam Gibbs after he and Barney discover an unsent letter that their mother Loretta addressed to him. At the end of “The Rebound Girl”, it is revealed that James and Tom have adopted an infant daughter named Sadie. In “Coming Back”, James announces that he is getting a divorce after Tom discovered him cheating. Robin wins James' wedding ring in “The Poker Game” and refuses to give it back because James has been saying that she and Barney should not get married. Barney initially stands by his brother, but then realizes that James' selfishness is what caused his own marriage to fail. James reveals that Gary Blauman was one of the guys that he cheated on Tom with in “Gary Blauman”. Future Ted explains to his children that James and Tom did eventually get back together, and raised Eli and Sadie as a happy family.
Life's a Party with David Burtka - References - Netflix