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Robin: We can split a cab to work together. We always have a standing lunch date. And last night, at the hockey game, Curt got us into the locker room, and I met Mason Raymond. Left wing for the Vancouver canucks.

split a cab ƒ^ƒNƒV[‘ă‚đŠ„‚é

Barney: What the opposite of name-dropping?

name-dropping —L–źl‚Ě–ź‘O‚đŽŠ•Ş‚Ě’ml‚Ĺ‚ ‚é‚Š‚̂悤‚ÉŽ‚żo‚ľ‚ÄŽŠ–˜b‚đ‚ˇ‚é‚ą‚Ć

Robin: Damn it you guys, be psyched. Yes, we see each other every day, but I think it's going really well.

Lily: That's what we thought.

Lily: And it's so convenient. They're right across the hall. Say it's sunday and we want to have a brunch double date with someone.

Marshall: We just go across the hall.

Lily: And say we want to have a dinner party exploring the wine and cuisine of France's Loire Valley.

Marshall: We just go across the hall.

Lily: Say we want to play a game of charades...

charade ƒWƒFƒXƒ`ƒƒ[ƒQ[ƒ€

Barney: You just go across the hall?

Lily: Come on people, get excited for us! We've got a great thing going here.

Barney: That's what I thought.

Marshall: Dude, you got to flick it.

Barney: You don't have...

Wendy: Hi, sweetie. I had the kitchen whip these up, no charge. Okay. Bye. I mean, not bye. I'm not leaving. I'll be over there. Okay.

Barney: Come on, guys, free nachos. What?

Ted: We like this bar.

Marshall: Don't kill the bar, dude.

Ted: Barney, we love this bar.

Marshall: Don't kill the bar, dude.

Ted: This bar is like home to us.

Marshall: Don't kill the bar.

Lily: You're killing the bar.

Barney: I'm not killing the bar. Wendy the waitress has seen how I operate in this place. It is perfectly clear to everyone involved that this is nothing more than a temporary fling. It's fiiine.

Barney: But it wasn't.

Marshall: It's fine.

Lily: But it wasn't.

Robin: It's fine.

Robin: But it wasn't.

Barney: Which brings us to step 5: THE TIPPING POINT.

Curt:...But he should be back on the mound by spring training and that's sport. Back to you, Robin.

Robin: Thanks iron man we'll be right back.

Productor: And clear.

Robin: So you want to do something later?

Curt: Oh, so you're talking to me now?

Robin: What are you talking about?

Curt: I'm talking about last night. You said you'd call and you didn't. I missed you and I waited up, but you didn't call. That really hurts.

Robin: Oh, um, I'm sorry, I guess I just forgot.

Curt: I'm sorry Sweetie. I don't want to fight tonight. It's our first weekiversary.

Marshall: On my suggestion, you...

Barney: Hey, Wendy, uh, do me a favor and send a glass of champagne to that pretty young girl over there.

Wendy: What?

Barney: Over there... YOU... you're the pretty young thing...is what I meant. Champagne? Would you? on me.

Wendy: Oh, okay, thanks sweetie.

Barney: Okay. All right.

Michael: Hey, neighbors.

Laura: We bought all the fixings for a mexican fiesta.

fixing —ż—‚̂‚Ü

Lily: Um, well, we actually have tickets...

Michael: And no fiesta would be complete without

Marshall: Dude, actually, we made other plans, so... okay.

Michael: Charades!

Laura: What do you say?

All: Oh no!

Barney: Which brings to step 6.

Ted: Yeah, listen I'm leaving so if you want to write the rest of these down, I will read it tomorrow.

Barney: Don't do this Ted.

Ted: You want to get out of the way?

get out of the way Ž×–‚‚É‚Č‚ç‚Č‚˘‚悤‚É‚ˇ‚é

Barney: Don't do this Ted. Don't.

Ted: Dude! ya! It was perfect! You're such a jerk!

Barney: Which brings us to step 6. You finally realize you've made a huge mistake and now you have to live with it. Step 6 is called purg... wait for it. Keep waiting. Keep waiting for the eternity only to discover there's no escap-atory.

eternity ’ˇ‚˘ŽžŠÔ

Robin: God, I'm such an idiot.

Marshall: Yeah.

Robin: Curt "the iron man" irons keeps leaving me love notes on post-its. On the teleprompter, on my desk, on the coffee-maker, on the jar of sugar packets next to the coffee-maker.

Lily: Here's some sugar for my sugar.

Robin: The iron man. oh!

Marshall: I remember that.

Marshall: No! We are such idiots!

Barney: Yeah!

Lily: Every time we step out the door, they're out there waiting for us. Sometimes, we'll send Ted out first as a scout. Nobody's there. Then we'll go out one second later, and there they are.

Marshall: It's freakin' supernatural. Are they ghosts? Can only we see them?

Lily: "Hey neighbor!" "Hey, neighbor""Hey neighbor."

Barney: I remember that. [2005 -The bar- All]

Barney: How could you guys let me date Wendy the waitress?

All: Oh you are kidding me?! What?!

Marshall: Don't kill the bar dude!

Lily: We said "don't do it!"

Barney: Tss. My own bar. I can't hit on women in my own bar. Remember the old Barney? He was a lion, the king of the jungle, stalking whatever prey he chose, going in for the kill.

Ted: You've got a whole meat locker at home full of corpses, don't you?

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Barney: Now look at me. Declawed. Neutered. What was once my jungle is now my zoo and I am forced to mate with the same old lioness again, and again, and again while families pay to watch.

Ted: Yeah, This metaphor's really falling apart.

Barney: Put a bell around my neck and scratch my belly kids, for I am just a docile housecat now. Miaou!

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Lily: Well, we love this bar. You can't dump her. Marry her if you have to.

Robin: Wendy the waitress hyphen Stinson.

Marshall: Don't kill the bar dude.

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