“How I Met Your Mother” ends on Monday, and star Alyson Hannigan told Jimmy Kimmel that she cried during the last episode because she knows she won’t see nearly as much of her co-stars as they all want to.
“It’s sad when everybody’s leaving, and you know you’re never going to see any of those people again,” Kimmel joked during the interview (above) on Tuesday.
“I know, and I really did my grieving during the last episode, because I sort of knew,” Hannigan said. “‘Oh, we’ll see each other as much’ — no, we won’t.”
In a more serious note, the 40-year-old actress promised that fans of the long-running CBS sitcom will be pleased with the series finale which, after nine seasons, finally answers the question of how Ted (Josh Radnor) met his kids’ mother.
“I think that the writers really wrapped the show up the way the fans would want it to be wrapped up,” Hannigan said. “And they’re going to answer all the million questions that everybody has, and more.”