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Every architect can point to that one design that changed their career.For me, it was around the time of my 31st birthday.It wasn't a museum or a concert hall or a skyscraper.It was something else.

We're opening a restaurant called Rib Town, and we want it to be shaped

Like a cowboy hat. Look, I need the work.I don't have any other options.

There's always that teaching job.

Yeah, I didn't work this hard to be stuck in some crappy, dead-end teaching job.No offense, Lily.

I got peed on three times today.No arguments here.

I just gotta nail this hat building so, I'll see you all in three days.

For the next three days, I worked harder than I'd ever worked in my life.And I got nowhere.

Hey, Ted, whatcha doing?

Designing a building shaped like a hat.

Now a good time to chat?

No.

So, what do you think of Robin?

I really need to get to work, so

Great.Say you and I went suit-shopping, and you happened upon a beautiful suit, a beautiful Canadian suit.Double-breasted.You try it on, but it's not exactly the right fit for you.So, you put it back.Then I try it on.I don't really want to take the same suit that you had your eye on, but at the same time, I really like that suit.

Buy the suit, Barney.You clearly care about it.Tell the suit how you feel.

OK. But Ted, rember that that was your answer because The suit is Robin.I know! Right?

I'm with you, buddy.

You are now.Because I explained it to you.

What do you talk

Come on, dude, you've been at this for three days without a break.It's your birthday.Come up to the roof and have a beer with me.

No can do.Presentation is tomorrow.Hat buildings don't design themselves.

It's a rib joint for fat tourists.Just make sure the doors are wide and the chairs are reinforced.Now, birthday beer on the roof.Let's go!

reinforced ‹­‰ť‚ł‚ę‚˝

Why do you want me to come up to the roof so bad? Are you throwing me a surprise party?

What? Ted, we threw you a surprise party last year.Okay, you don't get two surprise parties in a row.The fact that anyone showed up at the first one was surprise enough.Right? Two surprise parties in a row! That is rich! That is rich!

Classic! Classic He still won't come up.

Come on.What the crap?!

I knew having a second surprise party was a bad idea.

Yes, Robin, I know.This party is it's it's a disaster.It was my idea.I take responsibility.And there's really only one thing to do about it.

disaster ‘ĺŽSŽ–

Marshall, no.

Lily, I have to do this! No point in putting it off any longer.

I should explain.You see, a few years earlier

No. Forget it.This is so not pimped out.If anything, this is pimped in.

pimped out –Ł˜f“I‚ȁA‚Ż‚΂Ż‚΂ľ‚­ü‚č—§‚Ä‚˝

You know who knows how to live? Those people.

The rooftop patio one building over from ours.Across a chasm of just six or seven feet awaited a landscaped paradise.And best of all

chasm ‚Ö‚ž‚˝‚č

That looks to be one hot tub.

Great.How do we get over there? What are we gonna do? Jump?

I can jump that far.

Marshall, lately it takes you two tries to get off the sofa.You can't jump that far.

Really?

Really.

Watch me.

But he didn't jump.

This actually is kind of nice.

Right? Right?

OK. OK.

And in the years that followed, he kept almost jumping.

OK. OK.

But each time, without fail

OK. Here we go.

He didn't jump.

But don't worry.'Cause if I can make this jump tonight, it's totally gonna save the party.

Honey, please get down from there.

Lily, When Evel Knievel sat astride his star-spangled rocket on the rim of Snake River Canyon, do you think his wife said, "Honey, get down from there"?

sit astride ‚Ü‚˝‚Ş‚é star-spangled Ż‚đ‚ż‚č‚΂߂˝

For the last time, I am not Linda Knievel! I will never be Linda Knievel!

You don't need to remind me.

Marshall, please don't do this.Please don't jump.

I'm sorry, Lily, but I gotta do this.

You can't do this.

Why?

You want a reason? I'll give you a reason.I'm pregnant.

Oh, my God! Oh, my God, really?! Lily, I mean, I noticed that you gained some weight lately

I was lying, you jerk! Go ahead and jump.I hope you die!

That's all the permission I need.

Listen, Robin There's something I have to tell you.

But wait.Before you do, I have to tell you something first.

What is it?

I think I'm in love with you.

It's Ted.Everybody! Hey, Ted, what's up?

It's here, Lily.It's looking at me.

What is?

The goat.

Now, I've told you some of the story of the goat already.How Aunt Lily invited a local farmer to come talk to her class, and how he brought a goat, and how he told the whole class what he was gonna do to the goat later that day.And how Aunt Lily, in a fit of mercy, bought the goat off the guy in order to commute its sentence.

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Something amazing has happened.I was talking to Robin, I was all set to tell her how I feel, but before I could, you'll never believe what she said.

I think I'm in love with you.

What did you say?!

What do you think I said? What would anyone say to something like that?

Robin, listen.You're great.I mean, you're really awesome, but I mean, we're friends.It's probably a bad idea.

I guess you're right.Have a good party.

You too, kiddo.

What?!

It's like, as soon as she said that, no more feelings.I'm not in love with her anymore.

So, you've been in love with this girl for the past year, and the second she reciprocates those feelings, just like that, you're over her.

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How great is that?!

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