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"We watched each other go through, like, some really serious life stuff," Segel said. "People have gotten married and have children. That’s a really special thing. As the characters evolved, all of our lives did as well. And some of it paralleled what we’ve kind of gone through as people. This is the longest I’ve known any group of people besides my family.
"It’s really remarkable. You really do become like family. It’s very special."
The one-hour series finale of “How I Met Your Mother” airs Monday at 7 p.m. on CBS/Ch. 2.
"I’m just starting to reflect on it and I’m having trouble putting words together," Bays said. "This doesn’t feel so much like a phase of our lives as it feels like our lives. Most of our career has been running this show. It’s going to be hard to move on."
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