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Timothy Prindle is an American actor probably best known for his role of Stan James in the horror film Ghost Lake .


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"Slap Bet" is the ninth episode in season 2 of the popular sitcom How I Met Your Mother. The episode, originally titled "Robin Sparkles", first aired on November 20, 2006. The episode received highly positive reviews and features in several lists of the best How I Met Your Mother episodes in the series. The episode led to two recurring jokes and storylines in the show: "Robin Sparkles", Robin's teenage pop star career, and the Slap Bet, in which Marshall slaps Barney at various points throughout the series.

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Prindle is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: