Alyson Hannigan's alleged stalker isn't fighting her application for a restraining order.

The 'How I Met Your Mother' actress obtained a temporary order against John Hobbs in February after he was accused of sending her harassing messages online and threatening to kill her and a hearing about extending the order is scheduled to take place today (06.03.13).

And it seems the court meeting will be brief as Hobbs - who Alyson says was recently discharged from a mental hospital and is mentally unstable - is said to have already agreed to stay at least 100 yards from her and her family for the next three years, TMZ reports.

The flame-haired star previously claimed Hobbs has repeatedly threatened her and her husband Alexis Denisof as well as their two young daughters, Satyana, three, and nine-month-old Keeva.

Alyson petitioned the courts after receiving a ''barrage of threatening messages'' and feeling ''severe fear for my safety and the safety of my family''.

New Hampshire resident John - who was allegedly recently released from a psychiatric hospital - is said to have claimed he wanted to rape and kill the 38-year-old actress.

An officer who interviewed the obsessive fan wrote in the legal documents: ''Hobbs seemed to be living in an alternate reality''.

John admitted to police that he wanted to travel to California to meet the actress.