Jason Segel’s 12 Greatest Musical Moments

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Jason Segel is many things to many people. Wikipedia calls the How I Met Your Mother star an “actor, screenwriter, songwriter, singer, puppeteer, and musician,” but to me, he’s the far more specific “nudist, actor, screenwriter, vampire songwriter, Les Misérables singer, puppeteer, and guy who plays the banjo in a song about banging.” Also, Rush and the Proclaimers fan, folk hero, and the Blue Jean Committee member. Point is, Jason Segel is TRULY one of our most diverse, influential musicians, so with his duet with Neil Patrick Harris still fresh in your mind, let’s take a look a back at his greatest musical moments.

Freaks and Geeks — “The Spirit of Radio”

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Freaks and Geeks — “Lady L”

How I Met Your Mother — “Bang Bang Bangity Bang”

How I Met Your Mother — “You Just Got Slapped”

How I Met Your Mother — “Marshall vs. the Machine”

How I Met Your Mother — “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)”

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Forgetting Sarah Marshall — “Dracula’s Lament” (embedding the live version)

The Swell Season — “315-329-6673”

The Muppets — “Man or Muppet”

SNL — “Monologue”

SNL — the Blue Jean Committee

Inside the Actors Studio — “The Confrontation”

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