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Robin takes it hard when she finds out that Katie is planning to lose her virginity to Kyle, a fellow teenager. She tries to talk sense into Katie but fails. Along with the prospect of having sex, Katie shows several signs of a teenager experimenting with adult habits, such as smoking and drinking. By the end of the episode, Ted is the one who convinces Katie to wait before having sex with Kyle by showing her that even apparently nice guys his age put sex as a priority before everything else. When Katie tells Kyle she wants to wait, he breaks up with her. Katie takes the break-up hard and pours her heart out to her big sister, but ends up having a great first time in New York.
Back home, Katie sleeps in Robin's old room, where she has found her sister's diary and learned how Robin lost her virginity to Brian, her old friend who wanted to know if he was gay by having sex with Robin.
She also briefly shows up in a flashback Little Boys, as an example of how her sister, Robin, hated kids.
- Mother: Genevieve Scherbatsky
- Father: Robin Scherbatsky Sr.
- Sister(s): Robin Scherbatsky
- Other: Carol Scherbatsky (step-mother)
- In-law(s): Barney Stinson (future brother-in-law)
Notes and TriviaEdit
- Actress Lucy Hale, who portrays Katie, used to date David Henrie, who plays Luke.
- Four-year-old Katie was played by Pamela Darling in Little Boys.
- Her future sister-in-law Carly Whittaker is played by Lucy Hale's Pretty Little Liars co-star and close friend, Ashley Benson.
- Due to her parents being divorced, it is unknown if she lives with her mother or her father & stepmother.
|Friends & Family||Ted Mosby • Lily Aldrin • Marshall Eriksen • Barney Stinson • Robin Scherbatsky Sr. • Katie Scherbatsky • Genevieve Scherbatsky|
|Places||MacLaren's Pub • The Apartment • Robin's apartment • Hoser Hut • Metro News 1 • Come On, Get Up New York! • World Wide News|
|Others||Blue French Horn • Robin Sparkles • Let's Go to the Mall • Sandcastles in the Sand (song) • Space Teens • The Beaver Song • P.S. I Love You (song) • Intervention banner • Truth Voice • Sir Scratchewan|