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* NiceGirl: Even thought she and Ted split up again and she questioned Ted about [[spoiler:giving him Robin's locket, even if that could mean Ted was trying to steal her at the wedding]], Victoria still agreed to overnight it, along with goodies from her bakery.

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* NiceGirl: Even thought though she and Ted split up again and she questioned Ted about [[spoiler:giving him Robin's locket, even if that could mean Ted was trying to steal her at the wedding]], Victoria still agreed to overnight it, along with goodies from her bakery.


* KindHeartedCatLover: Victoria loves cats, something that solidify her rivalry with dog-loving [[HeroesLoveDogs Robin]] [[AnimalJingoism even more]].

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* KindHeartedCatLover: Victoria loves cats, something that solidify solidifies her rivalry with dog-loving [[HeroesLoveDogs Robin]] [[AnimalJingoism even more]].



* ThePollyanna: She's always cheerful and spirited, trxing to cheer others or make them smile or laugh. The only time we see her cry is after her second break-up with Ted.

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* ThePollyanna: She's always cheerful and spirited, trxing trying to cheer others or make them smile or laugh. The only time we see her cry is after her second break-up with Ted.


->'''Played by''': Ashley Williams

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->'''Played by''': Ashley WilliamsCreator/AshleyWilliams



* WorthyOpponent: Of all of Robin's romantic rivals in the show (for both Ted and Barney, in this case the former), Victoria is one of only two she openly respects (the other being Nora, Barney's RomanticFalseLead from Seasons 6-7).

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* WorthyOpponent: Of all of Robin's romantic rivals in the show (for both Ted and Barney, in this case the former), Victoria is one of only two she openly respects (the other being Nora, Barney's RomanticFalseLead from Seasons 6-7). And of those two, it's evident that Robin holds a higher regard on Victoria (at least as a romantic rival).



* BitchInSheepsClothing: Comes of as nice, funny, and polite, but she's actually quite nasty if you think about it. She repeatedly forces Ted to compromise throughout the relationship without doing any of it herself (for example, refusing to even ''discuss'' moving to New York with Ted), then leaves Ted at the altar, and ''then'', just when it looked like she may have redeemed herself in "As Fast As She Can," "The Wedding Bride" comes out, a film that paints Ted in a bad light despite him actually being a good guy.

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* BitchInSheepsClothing: BitchInSheepsClothing:
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Comes of as nice, funny, and polite, but she's actually quite nasty if you think about it. She repeatedly forces Ted to compromise throughout the relationship without doing any of it herself (for example, refusing to even ''discuss'' moving to New York with Ted), then leaves Ted at the altar, and ''then'', just when it looked like she may have redeemed herself in "As Fast As She Can," "The Wedding Bride" comes out, a film that paints Ted in a bad light despite him actually being a good guy.



* EntitledBastard: After Tony dumps Stella again, she goes to Ted so he can help her get Tony back. Remember that she abandoned Ted at the altar for Tony.

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* EntitledBastard: EntitledBastard:
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After Tony dumps Stella again, she goes to Ted so he can help her get Tony back. Remember that she abandoned Ted at the altar for Tony.



* HairColorSpoiler: Stella being blonde while Ted's future kids are both brunettes like him is the first telling sign she isn't the Mother.



* ItsAllAboutMe: Stella may be the most self-centered character in the series, even more than ''Barney''. First she assumed Ted would move into her house in New Jersey without talking with him about it, refuses to even discuss the possibility of moving to Manhattan or anywhere else in New York, passive-aggressively threatening to break off the engagement if he doesn't agree. Then she unilaterally decides to to take her sister's wedding date and venue without even discussing it with Ted (their "telepathic conversation" not withstanding) meaning they have to move their wedding up to within a week. When Ted invited Robin to the wedding she all but forbade it despite her being one of his closest friends just because they used to date and jumps down his throat when he invites her ex Tony, even though it was the only way Ted could get him to let her daughter attend, because "she'd made herself clear" on having ex partners at the wedding. Finally she leaves Ted at the altar without even having the decency to tell him to his face, and had the audacity to ask Ted to talk to Tony after he broke up with her. Basically she seemed to view Ted as simply an addition to her life instead of a partner in it.

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* ItsAllAboutMe: ItsAllAboutMe:
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Stella may be the most self-centered character in the series, even more than ''Barney''. First she assumed Ted would move into her house in New Jersey without talking with him about it, refuses to even discuss the possibility of moving to Manhattan or anywhere else in New York, passive-aggressively threatening to break off the engagement if he doesn't agree. Then she unilaterally decides to to take her sister's wedding date and venue without even discussing it with Ted (their "telepathic conversation" not withstanding) meaning they have to move their wedding up to within a week. When Ted invited Robin to the wedding she all but forbade it despite her being one of his closest friends just because they used to date and jumps down his throat when he invites her ex Tony, even though it was the only way Ted could get him to let her daughter attend, because "she'd made herself clear" on having ex partners at the wedding. Finally she leaves Ted at the altar without even having the decency to tell him to his face, and had the audacity to ask Ted to talk to Tony after he broke up with her. Basically she seemed to view Ted as simply an addition to her life instead of a partner in it.


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* OnceDoneNeverForgotten: While Ted somewhat lets her off easy for leaving him at the altar, his friends ''certainly'' didn't. Barney and Robin, in particular, both make unsubtle potshots at her upon meeting Stella again in the penultimate episode of Season 4.


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* HairColorSpoiler: As with Stella, Zoey being blonde while Ted's future kids are both brunettes like him is the first telling sign she isn't the Mother.


* BettyAndVeronica: The Betty to Robin's Veronica for Ted's Archie.

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%% * BettyAndVeronica: The Betty to Robin's Veronica for Ted's Archie.



* KindHeartedCatLover: Victoria loves cats, something that solidify her rivalry with [[HeroesLoveDogs Robin]] [[AnimalJingoism even more]].

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* KindHeartedCatLover: Victoria loves cats, something that solidify her rivalry with dog-loving [[HeroesLoveDogs Robin]] [[AnimalJingoism even more]].



* ManicPixieDreamGirl: In her introduction.

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%% * ManicPixieDreamGirl: In her introduction.



* NewTransferStudent: Presumably in Germany.



* OnlyOneName: Her last name was never revealed.
* ThePollyanna: The only time we see her cry is after her second break-up with Ted. And boy was it [[TearJerker heart-wrenching]].

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* OnlyOneName: Her last name was never revealed.
revealed. She's only known as Victoria.
* ThePollyanna: She's always cheerful and spirited, trxing to cheer others or make them smile or laugh. The only time we see her cry is after her second break-up with Ted. And boy was it [[TearJerker heart-wrenching]].Ted.



* PutOnABus: Thrice. Once a plane to Germany, once a literal bus to go get engaged, and finally [[ShipSinking when she breaks up with Ted]] because [[spoiler: he can't stop being friends with Robin]].
** TheBusCameBack: If only to leave again.

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* PutOnABus: Thrice. Once a plane to Germany, once a literal bus to go get engaged, and finally [[ShipSinking when she breaks up with Ted]] because [[spoiler: he can't stop being friends with Robin]].
** TheBusCameBack: If
Robin]]. TheBusCameBack only to leave again.



* RunawayBride: In the season 7 finale, she leaves Klaus at the altar. Season 8 reveals that Klaus did the same.
* SecondLove: Played with. After failing to get Robin, Ted genuinely did fall in love with her. However, he ultimately realized that he just loves Robin more which resulted in their breakup. [[spoiler: Twice.]]
* SickeninglySweethearts: To the point that Marshall and Lily are jealous of how lovey-dovey she and Ted are.

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* RunawayBride: In the season 7 finale, she leaves Klaus at the altar. Season 8 reveals that Klaus did the same.
same and also fled from their wedding.
* SecondLove: Played with. After failing to get Robin, Ted genuinely did fall in love with her. However, long distance relationships almost never work out and he ultimately realized that he just loves Robin (who is the same city and his social circle) more which resulted in their breakup. [[spoiler: Twice.]]
* SickeninglySweethearts: She and Ted are sugary at the beginning of their relationship. To the point that Marshall and Lily are jealous of how lovey-dovey she and Ted are.



* WhenSheSmiles: Whenever she smiles, it brightens the whole room.


* MsFanservice: Played straight on her introduction, but subverted after. She typically wears modest clothing.

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* MsFanservice: Played straight on her introduction, introduction (see her pic above), but subverted after. She typically wears modest clothing.




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* WorthyOpponent: Of all of Robin's romantic rivals in the show (for both Ted and Barney, in this case the former), Victoria is one of only two she openly respects (the other being Nora, Barney's RomanticFalseLead from Seasons 6-7).



->'''Played by''': Sarah Chalke

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->'''Played by''': Sarah ChalkeCreator/SarahChalke



* ShaggyDogStory: There's blatant foreshadowing that she isn't the mother before they even begin dating, though an episode that takes place during their relationship explicitly says that it ended poorly between them.

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* ShaggyDogStory: There's blatant foreshadowing {{foreshadowing}} that she isn't the mother before they even begin dating, though an episode that takes place during their relationship explicitly says that it ended poorly between them.


** She also refuses to allow Robyn at the wedding despite her being Ted's close friend(and being perfectly nice to Robyn's face in other episodes), and when Ted invites her ex Tony for the sole reason that ''it's the only way Stella could have her daughter attend'' her response is "I thought I made myself clear about this."

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** She also refuses to allow Robyn Robin at the wedding despite her being Ted's close friend(and friend (and being perfectly nice to Robyn's Robin's face in other episodes), and when Ted invites her ex Tony for the sole reason that ''it's the only way Stella could have her daughter attend'' her response is "I thought I made myself clear about this."



** She also assumes that Ted will move to into her home in new Jersey basically because that's what she wants despite them both working in New York and Ted clearly not wanting to move to NJ. A less selfish person would have probably opted for a discussion on the matter and possibly a compromise.

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** She also assumes that Ted will move to into her home in new New Jersey basically because that's what she wants despite them both working in New York and Ted clearly not wanting to move to NJ. A less selfish person would have probably opted for a discussion on the matter and possibly a compromise.



* {{Hypocrite}}: After "Shelter Island". Ted is understandably furious upon learning that within weeks of getting back together with Tony, she ''immediately'' agreed to move in with Tony in New York, since when he asked her if she'd consider moving to the City, she utterly refused to do so (or even discuss the matter). She then moves with him to ''California'' even though her main reason for refusing to move to Manhattan was supposedly not wanting to uproot her daughters life. So moving across the state line is massively traumatic, but moving across the freaking country somehow is acceptable.
* ItsAllAboutMe: Stella may be the most self centred character in the series,even more than ''Barney''. First she assumed Ted would move into her house in New Jersey without talking with him about it, refuses to even discuss the possibility of moving to Manhattan or anywhere else in New York, passive aggressively threatening to break off the engagement if he doesn't agree. Then she unilaterally decides to to take her sisters wedding date and venue without even discussing it with Ted(their "telepathic conversation" not withstanding) meaning they have to move their wedding up to within a week. When Ted invited Robin to the wedding she all but forbade it despite her being one of his closest friends just because they used to date and jumps down his throat when he invites her ex Tony, even though it was the only way Ted could get him to let her daughter attend, because "she'd made herself clear" on having ex's at the wedding. Finally she leaves Ted at the altar without even having the decency to tell him to his face, and had the audacity to ask Ted to talk to Tony after he broke up with her. Basically she seemed to view Ted as simply an addition to her life instead of a partner in it.

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* {{Hypocrite}}: After "Shelter Island". Ted is understandably furious upon learning that within weeks of getting back together with Tony, she ''immediately'' agreed to move in with Tony in New York, since when he asked her if she'd consider moving to the City, she utterly refused to do so (or even discuss the matter). She then moves with him to ''California'' even though her main reason for refusing to move to Manhattan was supposedly not wanting to uproot her daughters daughter's life. So moving across the state line is massively traumatic, but moving across the freaking country somehow is acceptable.
* ItsAllAboutMe: Stella may be the most self centred self-centered character in the series,even series, even more than ''Barney''. First she assumed Ted would move into her house in New Jersey without talking with him about it, refuses to even discuss the possibility of moving to Manhattan or anywhere else in New York, passive aggressively passive-aggressively threatening to break off the engagement if he doesn't agree. Then she unilaterally decides to to take her sisters sister's wedding date and venue without even discussing it with Ted(their Ted (their "telepathic conversation" not withstanding) meaning they have to move their wedding up to within a week. When Ted invited Robin to the wedding she all but forbade it despite her being one of his closest friends just because they used to date and jumps down his throat when he invites her ex Tony, even though it was the only way Ted could get him to let her daughter attend, because "she'd made herself clear" on having ex's ex partners at the wedding. Finally she leaves Ted at the altar without even having the decency to tell him to his face, and had the audacity to ask Ted to talk to Tony after he broke up with her. Basically she seemed to view Ted as simply an addition to her life instead of a partner in it.



* PutOnABus: Left New York with Tony to Los Angeles near the end of season 4. Though she's mentioned again by Ted in Season 8 where [[spoiler:Robin's locket was placed in her storage area in Los Angeles]] and made a cameo in Season 9 where she warns Ted about giving the locket to Robin will ruin the wedding.

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* PutOnABus: Left New York with Tony to Los Angeles near the end of season 4. Though she's mentioned again by Ted in Season 8 where [[spoiler:Robin's locket was placed in her storage area in Los Angeles]] and made a cameo in Season 9 where she warns Ted about how giving the locket to Robin will ruin the wedding.



* TookALevelInJerkass: Initially portrayed as a kind, very sweet and caring girlfriend who genuinely loved Ted. Then she leaves Ted at the altar, and ''then'', just when it looked like she may have redeemed herself in "As Fast As She Can," "''Film/TheWeddingBride''" comes out, a film that paints Ted in a bad light despite him actually being the good guy. Likewise, most of the details in Tony's film could ''only'' have come from her!.

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* TookALevelInJerkass: Initially portrayed as a kind, very sweet and caring girlfriend who genuinely loved Ted. Then she leaves Ted at the altar, and ''then'', just when it looked like she may have redeemed herself in "As Fast As She Can," Can", "''Film/TheWeddingBride''" comes out, a film that paints Ted in a bad light despite him actually being the good guy. Likewise, most of the details in Tony's film could ''only'' have come from her!.her!


* ItsAllAboutMe: Stella may be the most self centred character in the series,even more than ''Barney''. First she assumed Ted would move into her house in New Jersey without talking with him about it, refuses to even discuss the possibility of moving to Manhattan or anywhere else in New York, passive aggressively threatening to break off the engagement if he doesn't agree. Then she unilaterally decides to to take her sisters wedding date and venue without even discussing it with Ted(their "telepathic conversation" not withstanding) meaning they have to move their wedding up to within a week. When Ted invited Robyn to the wedding she all but forbade it despite her being one of his closest friends just because they used to date and jumps down his throat when he invites her ex Tony, even though it was the only way Ted could get him to let her daughter attend, because "she'd made herself clear" on having ex's at the wedding. Finally she leaves Ted at the altar without even having the decency to tell him to his face, and had the audacity to ask Ted to talk to Tony after he broke up with her. Basically she seemed to view Ted as simply an addition to her life instead of a partner in it.
** She tries to justify some of this Behavior by claiming that it's for her daughter Lucy's sake, but this is clearly just an excuse. When she refused to move out of New Jersey, she said it was because it would be too traumatic for Lucy to move and change schools, then precedes to move in with Tony in New York and later follow him to California. She also says that she owed it to Lucy to give her relationship with Tony another chance because he's her father, even though it's very clear that he was irresponsible and unreliable both as a boyfriend and a father while Ted is an ideal parent making it clear she was thinking more of herself than Lucy.

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* ItsAllAboutMe: Stella may be the most self centred character in the series,even more than ''Barney''. First she assumed Ted would move into her house in New Jersey without talking with him about it, refuses to even discuss the possibility of moving to Manhattan or anywhere else in New York, passive aggressively threatening to break off the engagement if he doesn't agree. Then she unilaterally decides to to take her sisters wedding date and venue without even discussing it with Ted(their "telepathic conversation" not withstanding) meaning they have to move their wedding up to within a week. When Ted invited Robyn Robin to the wedding she all but forbade it despite her being one of his closest friends just because they used to date and jumps down his throat when he invites her ex Tony, even though it was the only way Ted could get him to let her daughter attend, because "she'd made herself clear" on having ex's at the wedding. Finally she leaves Ted at the altar without even having the decency to tell him to his face, and had the audacity to ask Ted to talk to Tony after he broke up with her. Basically she seemed to view Ted as simply an addition to her life instead of a partner in it.
** She tries to justify some of this Behavior behavior by claiming that it's for her daughter Lucy's sake, but this is clearly just an excuse. When she refused to move out of New Jersey, she said it was because it would be too traumatic for Lucy to move and change schools, then precedes to move in with Tony in New York and later follow him to California. She also says that she owed it to Lucy to give her relationship with Tony another chance because he's her father, even though it's very clear that he was irresponsible and unreliable both as a boyfriend and a father while Ted is an ideal parent making it clear she was thinking more of herself than Lucy.


* PsychoExGirlfriend: Most definitely subverted. Even after Robin is a factor in both of their breakups, she still stays on friendly terms with Ted even sends him the locket (and some chocolate truffle strusselkuchen) overnight from Germany with nothing more than a friendly warning about being involved in a ''third'' bride abandoning her wedding.

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* PsychoExGirlfriend: Most definitely subverted. Even after Robin is a factor in both of their breakups, she still stays on friendly terms with Ted even sends him the locket (and some chocolate truffle strusselkuchen) overnight from Germany with nothing more than a friendly warning about being involved in a ''third'' bride abandoning her wedding. When declining Ted's marriage proposal due to his unwillingness to cut ties with Robin, she tells him sincerely, "I hope you get her someday."

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* SweetBaker: She is a professional baker who has a little shop called Buttercup Bakery in New York. She also caters weddings and other fancy occasions. She's a lovely and very caring person. When she and Ted have a long-distance relationship, she sends him care packages with cupcakes.


Ted's girlfriends who lasted multiple episodes and teased as possibly being the Mother

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Ted's girlfriends who lasted multiple episodes and teased as possibly being the MotherMother.


* {{Hypocrite}}: After "Shelter Island". Ted is understandably furious upon learning that within weeks of getting back together with Tony, she ''immediately'' agreed to move in with Tony in New York, since when he asked her if she'd consider moving to the City, she utterly refused to do so (or even discuss the matter).
** Then moves with him to ''California'' even though her main reason for refusing to move to Manhattan was supposedly not wanting to uproot her daughters life. So moving across the state line is massively traumatic, but moving across the freaking country somehow is acceptable.

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* {{Hypocrite}}: After "Shelter Island". Ted is understandably furious upon learning that within weeks of getting back together with Tony, she ''immediately'' agreed to move in with Tony in New York, since when he asked her if she'd consider moving to the City, she utterly refused to do so (or even discuss the matter).
** Then
matter). She then moves with him to ''California'' even though her main reason for refusing to move to Manhattan was supposedly not wanting to uproot her daughters life. So moving across the state line is massively traumatic, but moving across the freaking country somehow is acceptable.


* MsFanservice: She is notably well-endowed.

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* MsFanservice: Played straight on her introduction, but subverted after. She is notably well-endowed.typically wears modest clothing.


** There were actually a lot of hints she was something of a BitchInSheepsClothing all throughout her and Ted's relationship. She utterly refuses to compromise on ''anything'' with him, expecting him, and expects him to do things her way or end the relationship. Her controlling and inconsiderate nature makes her later actions seem logical in hindsight.

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** There were actually a lot of hints she was something of a BitchInSheepsClothing all throughout her and Ted's relationship. She utterly refuses to compromise on ''anything'' with him, expecting him, and expects him to do things her way or end the relationship. Her controlling and inconsiderate nature makes her later actions seem logical in hindsight.


* ItsAllAboutMe: Stella may be the most self centred character in the series,even more than ''Barney''. First she assumed Ted would move into her house in New Jersey without talking with him about it, refuses to even discuss the possibility of moving to Manhattan or anywhere else in New York, passive aggressively threatening to break off the engagement is he doesn't agree. Then she unilaterally decides to to take her sisters wedding date and venue without even discussing it with Ted(their "telepathic conversation" not withstanding) meaning they have to move their wedding up to within a week. When Ted invited Robyn to the wedding she all but forbade it despite her being one of his closest friends just because they used to date and jumps down his throat when he invites her ex Tony, even though it was the only way Ted could get him to let her daughter attend, because "she'd made herself clear" on having ex's at the wedding. Finally she leaves Ted at the altar without even having the decency to tell him to his face, and had the audacity to ask Ted to talk to Tony after he broke up with her. Basically she seemed to view Ted as simply an addition to her life instead of a partner in it.
** She tries to justify some of this Behavior by claiming that it's for her daughter Lucy's sake, but this is clearly just an excuse. When she refused to move out of New Jersey, she said it was because it would be too traumatic for Lucy to move and change schools, then precedes to move in with Tony and later follow him to California. She also says that she owed it to Lucy to give her relationship with Tony another chance because he's her father, even though it's very clear that he was irresponsible and unreliable both as a boyfriend and a father while Ted is an ideal parent making it clear she was thinking more of herself than Lucy.

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* ItsAllAboutMe: Stella may be the most self centred character in the series,even more than ''Barney''. First she assumed Ted would move into her house in New Jersey without talking with him about it, refuses to even discuss the possibility of moving to Manhattan or anywhere else in New York, passive aggressively threatening to break off the engagement is if he doesn't agree. Then she unilaterally decides to to take her sisters wedding date and venue without even discussing it with Ted(their "telepathic conversation" not withstanding) meaning they have to move their wedding up to within a week. When Ted invited Robyn to the wedding she all but forbade it despite her being one of his closest friends just because they used to date and jumps down his throat when he invites her ex Tony, even though it was the only way Ted could get him to let her daughter attend, because "she'd made herself clear" on having ex's at the wedding. Finally she leaves Ted at the altar without even having the decency to tell him to his face, and had the audacity to ask Ted to talk to Tony after he broke up with her. Basically she seemed to view Ted as simply an addition to her life instead of a partner in it.
** She tries to justify some of this Behavior by claiming that it's for her daughter Lucy's sake, but this is clearly just an excuse. When she refused to move out of New Jersey, she said it was because it would be too traumatic for Lucy to move and change schools, then precedes to move in with Tony in New York and later follow him to California. She also says that she owed it to Lucy to give her relationship with Tony another chance because he's her father, even though it's very clear that he was irresponsible and unreliable both as a boyfriend and a father while Ted is an ideal parent making it clear she was thinking more of herself than Lucy.

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** She also refuses to allow Robyn at the wedding despite her being Ted's close friend(and being perfectly nice to Robyn's face in other episodes), and when Ted invites her ex Tony for the sole reason that ''it's the only way Stella could have her daughter attend'' her response is "I thought I made myself clear about this."


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** She also assumes that Ted will move to into her home in new Jersey basically because that's what she wants despite them both working in New York and Ted clearly not wanting to move to NJ. A less selfish person would have probably opted for a discussion on the matter and possibly a compromise.


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** Then moves with him to ''California'' even though her main reason for refusing to move to Manhattan was supposedly not wanting to uproot her daughters life. So moving across the state line is massively traumatic, but moving across the freaking country somehow is acceptable.
* ItsAllAboutMe: Stella may be the most self centred character in the series,even more than ''Barney''. First she assumed Ted would move into her house in New Jersey without talking with him about it, refuses to even discuss the possibility of moving to Manhattan or anywhere else in New York, passive aggressively threatening to break off the engagement is he doesn't agree. Then she unilaterally decides to to take her sisters wedding date and venue without even discussing it with Ted(their "telepathic conversation" not withstanding) meaning they have to move their wedding up to within a week. When Ted invited Robyn to the wedding she all but forbade it despite her being one of his closest friends just because they used to date and jumps down his throat when he invites her ex Tony, even though it was the only way Ted could get him to let her daughter attend, because "she'd made herself clear" on having ex's at the wedding. Finally she leaves Ted at the altar without even having the decency to tell him to his face, and had the audacity to ask Ted to talk to Tony after he broke up with her. Basically she seemed to view Ted as simply an addition to her life instead of a partner in it.
** She tries to justify some of this Behavior by claiming that it's for her daughter Lucy's sake, but this is clearly just an excuse. When she refused to move out of New Jersey, she said it was because it would be too traumatic for Lucy to move and change schools, then precedes to move in with Tony and later follow him to California. She also says that she owed it to Lucy to give her relationship with Tony another chance because he's her father, even though it's very clear that he was irresponsible and unreliable both as a boyfriend and a father while Ted is an ideal parent making it clear she was thinking more of herself than Lucy.


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** There were actually a lot of hints she was something of a BitchInSheepsClothing all throughout her and Ted's relationship. She utterly refuses to compromise on ''anything'' with him, expecting him, and expects him to do things her way or end the relationship. Her controlling and inconsiderate nature makes her later actions seem logical in hindsight.

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