Cobie, there's no one—wait, there's no girl I would [rather get married to].
" on Broadway and stunned the audience not only with his surprise appearance, but when he took off his shirt before he had to say goodbye (he had to go do a surprise concert for the Broadway show).
Jason Segal's whereabouts weren't mentioned, much to the dismay of the audience.
The actress made the announcement at the Sundance Film Festival this week when she quietly dropped to Bustle that she had a 3-week-old baby at home.
Smulders is in Park City, Utah, to promote two upcoming films.
On September 8, 2012, she married her sweetheart of 7 years and father of her 3-year-old girl named Shaelyn, Taran Killam, taking after a 3-year-long engagement and her full lawful name progressed toward becoming Jacoba Francisca Maria Smulders-Killam. She is best referred to as her parts as Robin Scherbatsky on the TV arrangement How I Met Your Mother and Maria Hill in the 2012 film the Avengers.
She was born on April third, 1982, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
"It was on the set in the apartment, and even though I didn't know what role I was testing for, I had a suspicion." Josh Radnor added that almost no words were changed from that test scene when it came time to actually tape it for the finale.
Cobie Smulders made the audience quite happy when she admitted that her "biggest moment" from the show was filming "Let's Go to the Mall." "I don't know what I did to deserve it.  It's just such an unusual moment of playing a character who's playing a character, but what a blast."Josh Radnor had one of the more interesting answers of the night when asked what Ted Mosby taught him as a person. He was going through a lot, and I had to honor him and be with him.
I mean, I just can't believe they'd honestly go there.
However, Bays did get one awesome line in: "We got away with waiting nine f**king years to meet the mother, and you all still watched it!
The new arrival joins Smulders and Killam's 5-year-old daughter, Shaelyn Cado.