Rhonda: Come in.
Barney: Hi, Rhonda.
Rhonda: Hi, kiddo. Surprised to see you here.
Barney: So, hey, uh, maybe how about sex? Let's sex.
Rhonda: What are you talking about? I'm watching Wheel of Fortune.
Barney: You can keep watching. I'll face you toward the TV.
face toward 〜を…の方に向ける
Rhonda: That's a cute idea, kid.
Rhonda: No, I'm not having sex with you. Sit down a minute. I'm not the Man Maker anymore. You know what? About five years ago, I realized there was an emptiness inside of me that no amount of meaningless sex could fill. I needed something more. And that's when I discovered Indian casinos.
emptiness むなしさ meaningless 無意味な fill 満ちる
Lily: Hey, Barney, it's weird not seeing you in a suit. What's going on?
Barney: Uh, not much. My entire sexual history was built on a rotting foundation of lies. My whole identity is lost in a pit of menthol ashes. Work is good.
rotting 朽ちかけた pit 大きな穴
Marshall: I'm never going back to that gym again. Today at work, I had to have an intern rip up my bagel and put little pieces in my mouth.
rip up 破棄する
Lily: Yeah, I'm done there, too. That place is horrible.
Marshall: What about your big muscular trainer who's so into stretching you out?
Lily: Yeah, well, turns out that guy had no affiliation with the gym whatsoever.
affiliation 所属 whatsoever どんなものであれ
Ted: Come on, guys, don't give up on the gym. It's been great for us. Like today, Robin and I had a really nice moment.
Robin: Oh, God! Oh... Yahhh!
Ted: Robin, hey, I just wanted to... come over and thank you.
Robin: Thank me for what?
Ted: Well, you know how it's hard for exes to be friends because there's this lingering sexual tension between them? Gone. Thank you.
Robin: You know, for all the crap you've given me, I haven't seen you work up a sweat there once.
Ted: It's not true. I was there today.
Robin: Yeah, but didn't you leave early?
Ted: Oh, great. Now I got to go home and charge this.
Lily: Wait a minute. You didn't work out Tuesday either.
Ted: Brought the wrong shorts.
Marshall: Yeah, and you totally disappeared on Monday, too.
Ted: No, I was at the gym the whole time.
Ted: Ooh! Oh, I love this gym.
Marshall: Lily, help me bend down these three fingers.
bend down 下に曲げる
Lily: Actually, I have an idea.
Trish: Do it! Come on! Do it, you worthless piece of crap!
piece of crap ぽんこつ
Ted: Please! Please, I just want to go home.
Trish: Come on. This is your last set!
Ted: You said that last time!
Rhonda: I saw your friend Ted at the gym. After he puked and cleared the line at the smoothie bar, he said you were kinda having a tough time.
Barney: Did you change your mind about having love, making sex, penis vagine? What is the matter with me?
Rhonda: Oh, honey...
Barney: I just, I don't get it. You slept with so many guys. You slept with my brother. We are practically the same person. Was I really so bad?
Rhonda: Nobody's good the first time.
Barney: But I was. At least I thought I was.
Rhonda: Oh, Barney, you know... sex isn't everything. When is the last time you had a conversation with a woman with no intention of scoring with her?
Barney: I sat next to former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright at a benefit once. I certainly didn't intend to hit that.
Rhonda: Yeah, well, I tell you what. Sleeping with me again isn't gonna solve anything.
Barney: I don't know what else is.
Rhonda: I think I know.
Barney: Do you have any kings?
Rhonda: No, go fish. See, Barney, isn't it nice to just sit and have a evening with a woman, no agenda? Just make nice conversation?
Rhonda: Yeah, kinda sucks, doesn't it?
Rhonda: Oh, my God, Barney, you really did just rock my world. That was amazing. And I'm not lying.
Barney: I know you're not lying, baby.
Rhonda: And it was good for you?
Barney: It was the best sex I've ever had. Later. Daddy's back.
Marshall: Hey, buddy, how's it going?
Ted: Hey. Pretty good. Pretty good. I can move my legs now and I can lift my arms this high.
Lily: Yeah, you know, I feel like I have more energy.
Robin: Yeah, it was hard at first, but now if I go a day without working out, I miss it.
Ted: I'm proud of us, guys. The first week is the hardest. We're over the hump. Joining that gym was the best decision we ever made.
over the hump 峠を越えたく
Narator: And we never went back to the gym again.