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Ted: Hello.

Robin: Ted, it's Robin.

Ted: Are you sure?

Ted: Hey, Robin, how are you?

Robin: Ted, I think you and I should have a talk about those phone calls last night. Do you mind if I swing by?

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Marshall: Ask her about the pineapple.

Ted: Yeah, sure, come on over.

Robin: Thanks.

Ted: No, wait, don't, no.

Ted: She's coming over. Crap.

Lily: Wait, this is killing me. We have to find out who that girl is.

Trudy: Trudy. My name is Trudy.

Narater: And then Trudy filled us in.

Trudy's friend: I'm just surprised you didn't dump him sooner.

Trudy: I know, it's two years of my life I'm never getting back. A little part of me just wants to jump the bones of the next guy I see.

Barney: Daddy's home.

Trudy: Or the one after that.

Barney: OK, fair enough. I've got to prove a point to a friend, so you just gave me your number and your name is Amy.

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Barney: Ladies.

Ted: I love everyone in this bar.

Trudy's friend: Look at that idiot go.

Trudy: He's kinda cute.

Ted: What are you doing in the men's room? What am I doing in the ladies' room? Oh right, I came in here 'cause I thought I was gonna throw up.

Trudy: Did you?

Ted: I did not.

Ted: And the streak continues. Vomit-free since '93.

Ted: Sorry, Trudy, go on.

Trudy: I liked your performance.

Ted: What? The karaoke? Domo arigato.

Trudy: I wish I had your guts, getting up and making a complete idiot of myself.

Ted: Do it.

Trudy: I don't know. Still, I've had a pretty serious week. I could sure stand to do something stupid.

Ted: I'm something stupid, do me.

Trudy: You're funny.

Ted: Hey, can I call you sometime?

Trudy: OK.

Trudy: Here, let me.

Ted: Why do they call it karaoke anyhow? Was it invented by a woman named Carrie Okie? These are the kinds of things I think about.

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Trudy: Karaoke is Japanese for empty orchestra.

Ted: That's hauntingly beautiful.

hauntingly beautiful They're so beautiful it's scary. As in, it's a shock how beautiful they are and it haunts them.

Ted: Hey, it works.

Trudy: Then I guess you're gonna have to call me.

Ted: I need to make one more call.

Trudy: Hello.

Ted: Hey, it's me again.

Trudy: Hey.

Ted: Look, who are we kidding? You and I are both attracted to each other. We're young, we're drunk, half of us anyway. And we only get one life.

Trudy: So I came over here. And now I'm really, really embarrassed.

Marshall: Dammit, Trudy, what about the pineapple? Sorry.

Ted: Uh, Robin's here. Um, look, Trudy, I need you to hide in my bedroom.

Trudy: Why, is that your girlfriend?

Ted: No, that's not my girlfriend. Look, it's complicated.

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Trudy: You're married. Yeah, I can't believe I did this.

Ted: No, I'm not married. Um, I'll explain after you hide.

Ted: Hi.

Robin: Hey guys.

Barney: Robin.

Lily: Hi Robin.

Barney: Top of the morning.

Ted: Um, sorry I kept calling you like that. I was very drunk.

Robin: No kidding. Those calls were really weird. Look, Ted, maybe we need to talk.

Lily: Let's go get a snack.

Marshall: I love to snack.

Barney: I'm good.

Ted: Come on, those calls weren't that weird.

Ted: Robin! Come hang out! OK, I'm gonna make this sound until you come hang out.

Robin: That goes on for three-and a half minutes.

Ted: Without a breath? That's gotta be some kind of record.

Robin: Ted, you can't do this. Please, we're to be friends and now you're making it all confusing.

Ted: No I'm not. Look, I just turned off my brain for the night. Nothing's changed, you've moved on, I've moved on.

Robin: Really, you moved on?

Ted: Yes. What, you don't believe me?

Ted: Oh, OK.

Ted: Trudy, come on out.

Ted: You are gonna laugh.

Robin: Wait, you were with someone last night?

Ted: Yeah, Trudy, she's cool.

Ted: Trudy, come on out.

Ted: Seriously, it's OK. This is so Trudy. She's really shy, I think.

Ted: Trudy?

Robin: Hi Trudy, I'm Robin. It's nice to meet you. You're right, she is shy.

Ted: I'm not making this up. She must have climbed out the fire escape.

Ted: Whatever, whatever. I don't care what you think.

Robin: Then why did you hide her from me?

Ted: Wow, you're good. Did anyone ever tell you you should be on 60 Minutes?

Robin: Yes, you did, last night.

Ted: Really? Well.

Robin: Get some sleep, Ted. You had a long night. And don't feel bad, I've woken up with worse.

Narater: I left Trudy a message but she never called me back. That's just how life works sometimes. You turn off your brain for a night, and all you're left with is a bad hangover, a sprained ankle.

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Narater: Oh, and we never found out where that pineapple came from, but it was delicious.

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