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All right.We got two bemidji pale ales And Who ordered the mini-burgers?

Me.All right. nice.

Is that fisherman's quest?

Mm-hmm.

I used to play fq all the time back home!

Oh, yeah? I kinda have high score.Not to brag, but I caught Oh A 35-inch northern pike.The biggest video fish anyone's ever reeled in.I mean Freshwater.

A tip of the angler's cap, my friend.Thank you for bringing me here.

angler ’Ţ‚čl

Uh!

Those are mine.

This is not a good idea.Heather and barney alone in his office? And I certainly don't want to be on the hook for her lease.

She is growing up.You just can't see it yet.

We're talking about a girl who was busted for shoplifting Eight months ago.

be busted for •ß‚Ü‚é shoplifting –œˆř‚Ť

Ted, a lot of women Go through a shoplifting phase.And sure, maybe to this day, they swipe The occasional smaller item because it turns them on In a weird way that they can't quite explain.But If it'll make you feel better, I-i'll tag along to gnb tomorrow.I'll say I'm having lunch with marshall, But actually, I'll be spying on her and barney.

Okay.Okay, I'm good with that.

Heather! Heather Good luck tomorrow at gnb.I'm sure You'll knock 'em dead.

And I'll be spying on you guys.Damn it!

I'm drinking till I forget the 1999 nfc championship?

That game.The vikings Were two minutes away from going to the super bowl, When our kicker, who hadn't missed all year Shanked a field goal, and we lost in overtime.Damn!

'99 nfc championship game?

Yeah.

Damn!

My dad, who I'd never seen cry my whole life, Wiped away a tear.He said a little part of me just died, son.

I love how intense you guys are about your vikings.It's like when we watch hockey night in canada What?

Don't let anyone in here know That you're not from minnesota.

Why? What are they gonna do if they find out I'm from

Does this look like a dallas bar to you, pal?

It's weird, but there's something comforting About being carried like this.

See you later, buddy!

Man, can you believe that guy?

So, robin, where are you from?

Bemidji.Bemidji, minnesota.Go, vikes!

Kids, for what happened next, I'm gonna jump ahead a couple days.

That is a pretty sweet briefcase.

Mmm That's a pretty sweet security camera, too.Oh! And there's another one.And a guard.

I'm planning on paying for it, ted.

Yeah.Well, you don't have the job yet.That door's a push, not a pull.There you go.Hey, thanks again for keeping an eye on her yesterday.Look, maybe I was wrong.She sounds like she handled barney just fine.Maybe she'll be able to handle new york.

No thanks necessary! Heh!

Why not?

I have a secret.No, I don't! Nothing happened.Something happened.

What happened?

Nothing.After heather's interview, I went to say hi to marshall for a few minutes, And when I came back

Oh, my god!

Lily, lily, before you say or do anything, I beg you one favor.

What?

Get off that.It's prada.

I am so sorry.

I knew it.I knew it all along.She is still the same, irresponsible train wreck That she always was, and when I see barney

irresponsible –łÓ”C‚Č

You won't say a word.Ted, heather begged me not to tell you.She will hate my guts if she knows that I blabbed.

Oh, I love that briefcase, but I can't afford it.You were right, ted.

I certainly was.

See? She didn't get the briefcase! That's responsible! And there's almost no way she had sex with anyone in there.Turning over a new leaf.

Evening, everybody!

So my dad and I are at the '99 nfc championship game.

I say evening, everybody!

And when we missed that field goal and lost

Damn!

Damn! Damn! My dad, who I had never seen cry in my entire life, Wiped away a tear and said, a little part of me just died, son.

son?

I told it the way I'm gonna tell my son.If I'm ever lucky enough to have a son, And name him rashad tarkenton.

Robin, Great story.Great story!

But it does sound a little bit familiar.

I know! They totally ate it up.

I see what you're doing here.

What?

I brought you here as a favor Because Because I felt sorry for you, okay? And now it's like you're trying to steal my bar.

You think I'm trying to steal your bar? Oh, get oot.

get oot? What, are you canadian?

No, i

You want to impersonate a canadian, Just turn off the lights and get all scared!

impersonate ‚Ó‚č‚đ‚ˇ‚é

What was that?

Oh, well, with canada right across the border, We minnesotans sometimes like to make jokes At your guys' expense And they're all sort of along the same theme.

That we're afraid of the dark?

Yeah, For example.Uh, hey, everyone, how many canadians does it take To change a lightbulb? what? Oh, no, the lightbulb's out?! I'm scared!

That is insane.Why do you think the canadians are afraid of the dark?

Well, where does any prejudice come from, robin? A stereotype starts, And all of a sudden it spreads like wildfire.Like asians can't drive, scotsmen are cheap, Brazilians always put on way too much postage.I just don't think this is gonna work out, robin.You can't be hanging out with people who belittle Your beloved homeland, so I'll walk you out.

prejudice ć“üŠĎ‚đ•ř‚Š‚š‚é postage ‘——ż belittle `‚đ‚Ż‚Č‚ˇ

No, wait, I have something to say.Hey, everybody.Let me tell you something about people from canada.

Hey, robin, please don't make a scene.

Shh!

Do you know why canadians never get a birthday wish? Because they're too afraid to blow out the candles.Oh, god, I love it here.God.

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