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Narator: Now let's talk about the Barney part of the story.

Narator: This was going to be Robin's first time meeting my parents, so we were both a little nervous.

Ted: Barney, what are you doing here?

Barney: Uh... I'm here to meet your parents. They must be dying to meet me after all the legendary Barney stories you've told them.

Ted: I haven't told them any legendary Barney stories.

Barney: What?

Ted: Barney, here is a list of all the things I talk with my dad about baseball.

Barney: But I'm your best friend.

Ted: Well, actually Marshall's my...

Barney: I'm the most important person in your life.

Ted: Well, Robin's actually...

Barney: How could your parents not know about me? I'm delightful.

delightful Šy‚ľ‚˘A‚¤‚ę‚ľ‚˘A–ů‰ő‚ȁA‰ő“K‚Č

Robin: To us, sure, in very small, infrequent doses. I mean, come on, you're not exactly the kind of friend parents want their kid to have.

infrequent ‚ß‚Á‚˝‚É‹N‚ą‚ç‚Č‚˘

Barney: Oh, really? Then I guess those shoes aren't the thing you're most wrong about today.

Ted: Hey, Mom. Hey, Dad.

Ted's father: Ted.

Ted: I know you've all been excited to meet...

Barney: Barney Stinson. An honor to meet the two of you. That needlepoint "Bless This Mess" pillow you made for Ted - what a stitch. Stitch! Did that just happen?

Ted: Uh, Mom, Dad, this is my girlfriend, Robin.

Ted's father: Hello.

Robin: Hello.

Ted's mother: Oh, it's wonderful to meet you, Robin. Oh, you are so pretty. Isn't she pretty, Al?

Ted's father: A real looker.

Robin: That's funny, I didn't even "look" in the mirror today. That's not anything, is it? So, I made a reservation at San Marino tonight for 8:00.

Barney: San Marino! Oh, you're serious? Yikes. No. We have to try Casa A Pezzi. Best salmon risotto I have ever had.

Ted's mother: I love salmon risotto.

Barney: I know.

Robin: How are we supposed to get a table at Casa A Pezzi? They're booked for weeks.

Barney: Well, lucky for you, I happen to know the head waitress, which is ironic because...

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Ted: Stop it! Don't, don't!

Barney: Ironic because we both work at a homeless shelter where I serve the food. Where do you volunteer, Robin?

Robin: What's the matter with you? I'm his girlfriend, and I'm not even trying that hard. Way to wreck the curve, kiss-ass.

Way to wreck the curve =That's a fine way to make things harder for the rest of us, Kick-ass.

Barney: Robin, I'm his best friend. That's a commitment. Girlfriend? That's like a bad flu. Out of your system after a couple weeks in bed. High five!

Ted's mother: Can I help?

Barney: Yes, you can, Virginia. There's a story behind that broach, and I'm going to hear it.

Ted's mother: Well, funny you should ask...

Ted's father: Whoa! Bravo, Barney. Oh, oh oh!

Ted's mother: That is my all-time favorite sonata.Barney, you are just delightful.

Barney: No, Virginia, you're delightful, I am deligh-ted. And he's just Ted. I'm really not planning these things; they just keep happening.

delighted Šě‚ń‚Ĺ‚˘‚é

Lily: Whoops. I think I dropped an ice cube down here. Ow, it's so cold.

Marshall: All right, that's it, I'm out of here.

I'm out of here ‚ŕ‚¤s‚Š‚Č‚­‚ż‚á

Barney: Anyone up for a drink at MacLaren's?

up for `‚ľ‚˝‚˘ `‚ɏć‚č‹C‚Ĺ

Robin: No, I'm kind of tired.

Lily: Me, too.

Ted: Yeah, I'm sure my folks are gonna want...

Ted's father: I feel like I could knock back a few cervezas.

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Ted: Cervezas? Did he fall?

Ted's mother: I'd join you, too, but I want to get up early for Mass tomorrow.

Barney: St. Peter's, 8:45 a.m., it's my favorite service.

Ted: Wait a minute. You're able to cross the threshold of a church?

threshold ŒËŒűAŒşŠÖ

Barney: I'll save you a seat.

Ted's mother: Oh, you are just terrific. Isn't he, Susan?

Robin: Robin.

Barney: Susan, her name is Virginia.

Barney: Dude, I am sincerely ticked at your dad right now.

sincerely S‚Š‚ç ticked at `‚ɂ‚˘‚Ä• ‚𗧂Ăâ‚é

Ted: Why?

Barney: Last night, we go to MacLaren's for a drink, right?

Ted's father: So Barney darts back into the burning house, lifts up the refrigerator I'm pinned under and pulls me to safety.

Girl: Wow. You're like a hero.

Barney: Oh, I'm no hero, Wendy. You know who is a hero? My Dalmatian, Smokey. He... didn't... make it out. I'm sorry.

Girl: You poor, brave man.

Ted's father: Why don't you give the guy a hug?

Barney: I'm... oh.

Ted: My dad was your wingman? This is really messing with my head. Barney, is... Is my dad cool?

Barney: I'm not done. So, your dad stays to finish his drink, but I take off because I have to be up early for Mass with your mom.

Ted: Sure.

Barney: Anyway, I realize that I left my phone on the bar, so I come back...

Ted: Oh, my God! Is that really...? Oh, my God!

Barney: I know. Can you believe your dad rack-jacked me like that?

rack-jacked =When you are flirting up a shawty and then a douche bag comes up and prevents you from motor boating her rack. Also a synonym for cock blocked.

Ted: My dad made out with Wendy the waitress? He cheated on my mom? No, that's impossible.

make out with ‚Ć‚˘‚ż‚á‚‚­

Barney: Ted, it's a well-known statistic that 83% of people married longer than six months are seeing someone on the side.

Ted: Do you know that when you make up a statistic, you always use "83%"?

Barney: You think I'm lying. Well, have you done any surveys on the subject? Because the good people at www.swingers.open-marriage-is-natural-legalize-polygamy.org have, and they beg to differ.

Ted: That's not a real Web site.

Barney: Oh, and I suppose I didn't get a real T-shirt for running in their 10K.

Ted: Hi, Dad.

Ted's father: Hey, Ted. Barney!

Ted: Enjoying your vacation so far?

Ted's father: Oh, yeah.

Ted: Uh, listen, can I speak to you outside for a sec?

Ted's father: Sure.

Ted: So you went out with Barney last night?

Ted's father: Yeah.

Ted: You have a good time?

Ted's father: Oh, yeah, yeah. Sorry you couldn't join us.

Ted: Yeah. So...

Ted's father: What?

Ted: Well...

Ted's father: Well what?

Ted: You think Cerrano's got a shot at the RBI title?

You think Cerrano's got a shot at the RBI title? =It means Cerrano has a reasonable chance to win the RBI title.

Ted: I wanted to confront him, but I couldn't. I guess I got the let's-not-talk-about-anything-uncomfortable gene

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Barney: Well, you didn't get your dad's close-the-deal gene, that's for sure.

that's for sure Šm‚Š‚É‚ť‚¤‚ž

The waitress: Smile!

Robin: I don't care how unpleasant it is. You have to talk to him.

Ted's mother: Not now.

Robin: Okay, if you don't, I will.

Ted's mother: Robin...!

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