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Narator:Kids, this is the story of the cab ride that changed my life.I know it sounds crazy, but for all I know my life would be very different if I had taken, say that cab. Or that cab. God knows what would have happened if I had gotten into that cab. I took this cab. And it changed my whole life. But first, we need to back up a little.

Ted:Is there any beer in the fridge?

Lilly:It's 10:00 in the morning.

Marshall:Grab me one?

Ted:So something bad just happened. Stella and I were out having breakfast.

Stera:So, my sister broke up with her boyfriend.

Ted:Well, I can finally say it. I hated that guy! Everything out of his mouth is, I'm a vegan. Fish feel pain.I'm never constipated. The guy's an idiot.

constipate •Ö”é‚ł‚š‚é

Stera:Actually, she's marrying him. I just wanted your honest opinion.

Ted:He's actually a really nice guy.I think there's a wisdom to...

wisdom —ÇŽŻ

Stera:Anyway they pick a date so, uh, you want to come with me, so that we can laugh our asses off as we watch him walk barefoot down the aisle in a hemp tuxedo?

hemp –ƒ tuxedo ƒ^ƒLƒV[ƒh

Ted:Yeah, sure. When is it?

Stera:First weekend in November.

Lilly:Is that the something bad? That she invited you to a wedding?

Ted:Six months from now. As in we'll be together six months from now. Do you guys remember Barney's whole thing about making plans in a relationship?

as in `‚Č‚Ç‚Ěę‡

Ted:Fourth row.

Barney:Ted, no. You're violating the date-time continuum. You never make plans with a girl further in the future than the amount of time you've been going out. You've been dating this girl for, what, two weeks? No, you're not taking her to a Springsteen concert in January. By that time you won't even remember this Robin girl's name.

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Robin:Man, I love Springsteen! He's like the American Bryan Adams.

Ted:But Barney had a point. As soon as she started talking about the wedding, it freaked me out.

Ted:Oh, that sounds like so much fun. So I get to look forward to it for six months. Which is twice as long as we've been dating. I'm sure your daughter Lucy will come so it'll be like a a family trip. Our first trip as our funny little family. So that that'll be super-exciting.

Marshall:Oh, boy.

Ted:Man, they crank up the heat in these places.

crank up ă‚°‚é

Stera:What's going on, Ted?

Ted:We need to talk.

All:Oh.

Lilly:We need to talk? There's only two situations where you say that to someone and unless you're pregnant, it sounds like you broke up with her.

Ted:Yeah, I did.

Robin:So how did she take it?

Ted:I'm only trying to be honest with you.

Stera:You know, Ted. I have to go to work.

Ted:Stella, can we just I don't want to leave it like this.

Stera:No, Ted, it's okay. We're good.

Ted:Look, I know it sounds rough, but Stella's a mom. I have to be responsible. If I'm having these feelings now, what if they don't go away? What if they just get worse and worse and six months from now, I break up with her over tofu salmon at her sister's wedding? I can't do that to her. And I definitely can't do that to her daughter. It sucks, but I'm being the good guy here. This is the right decision.

Narator:Which brings me back to the cab ride.

Nurse:Hello, may I speak with Marshall Eriksen?

Ted:Hey, guys. Jell-O?

Lilly:Can you believe this? You're totally fine.

Ted:No, I'm not fine. I made the biggest mistake of my life. I want Stella back. I've left her like ten messages, but her phone's off. She's at that arcade Kiddie Funland with her daughter. Please. Let me go to Kiddie Funland.

Doctor:You can say that all you want, buddy, but you're not getting any morphine.

Ted:No, I'm serious. I got to get out of here.

Doctor:You're not going anywhere until we get the tests back. You could have internal bleeding. Your brain could be all full of blood. Think that's good for it? It ain't.

Ted:This sucks. This sucks. This sucks.

Marshall:Are you are you kidding me? You walked away from a car accident without a scratch. A miracle took place today.

Robin:Here we go.

Marshall:You don't think this was a miracle?

Robin:There's no such thing as miracles.

Marshall:March 2006, MacLaren's Bar.

Barney:That's terrible. That's in!

Marshall:Gentle. Gentle.

Ted:Here we go.

Barney:Bravo. Cheers.

Ted:No way.

Marshall:That did not just happen.

Barney:Am I dead? Am I dead?

Marshall:Miracle!

Robin:A pencil went up Barney's nose, and you call it a miracle.

Marshall:Well, do you have a better explanation for it?

Robin:A drunk jackass with a box of pencils?

Marshall:A drunk jackass called "God!" And a box of pencils called "destiny!"

Lilly:Speaking of Barney, I should give him a call.

Ted:Why? We're not friends anymore.

Lilly:You'd want to know if this happened to him.

Barney:Go for Barney.

Lilly:Hey, Barney. Listen, I have something to tell you.

Barney:Oh, boy, here we go. I've been waiting for this one. You talked to Robin. She told you what's under the hood and you want to take it for a spin yourself.

Lilly:Not even if you boiled it in detergent. It's about Ted.

detergent ôÜ

Barney:Ted? Ah ah, ah ah. My former best friend Ted, who I asked you never to mention to me again?

Lilly:Yeah. He's been in a car accident. He's at Saint Anthony's hospital. Everything's No, I understand. You've got that important thing. Okay. Oh, of course I'll tell him you love him. Okay. Suit up! He is always saying stuff like that!

Ted:He hung up, didn't he?

Lilly:Yeah.

Ted:See, I told you. We're not friends anymore.

Barney:My best friend need me!

Man:What did he say?

Barney:A hundred and thir What? You Ah, come on! I'm coming, Ted.

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