Bob Odenkirk breath away, it returns to How I Met Your Mother. The actor has signed for a guest appearance in the eighth season of the CBS sitcom. He slips back into his familiar role of Arthur Hobbs.
The U.S. hit series "Breaking Bad" is on its final stretch: After five seasons and 62 episodes of AMC has decided to phase out the award-winning drama. The final season, however, is split into two halves: The first eight episodes currently running on the cable channel, the last eight episodes next summer, go to the start.
In the meantime, you can "Breaking Bad" actor Bob Odenkirk again with "How I Met Your Mother" look. The actor has information from TV line, according to a contract to resume his usual role of Arthur Hobbs again for a guest appearance allowed.
Following a performance that will take place in the way of the second episode of season eight, Arthur helps Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) while his marriage contract with Quinn (Becki Newton) set up as desired.
Odenkirk was last seen in the episode "Memorial" (6x23). It suggested his alter ego Arthur Barney to persuade Ted (Josh Radnor) to stay the project of building a new headquarters building of the Goliath National Bank loyal and accordingly agree before the Historical Preservation Committee, for the demolition of the Arcadians, otherwise would not only Ted, but also he rid his job.
The eighth season of "How I Met Your Mother" starts from September 24th and runs every Monday by 20 clock at CBS.