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So, today's the day.You hydrating?

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Dear femal, thank you for your interest in Barney Stinson.

Your back is going to look like a Jackson Pollock.

I regret to inform you that at this time.

regret Œă‰÷‚ˇ‚é

I was a vegan for two years.I need meat.

There are currently no positions available.

I'm a yoga instructor.Every position is available.Your room, 20 minutes.No foreplay.

foreplay ‘O‹Y

I'm not going to make it, am I?

Not a chance.

Okay, just remember, Let me talk to Stella first, okay?

Mommy! Mommy! Ted invited daddy!

Hi, sweetie.I missed you.Give me just a sec, okay?

Hey.

Hey, Tony.

Hey.

You invited Tony? To our wedding?! Ted, we talked about this.No exes at our wedding.Why would you do this?

Oh boy! What did Ted do this time?

Ted, what is Robin doing here? I thought I made myself clear.No exes at our wedding.

To be fair your ex is here.

You invited him!

Come on, it's not weird.

It is weird.It's like things are not finished between you two.And Tony I can't talk with Tony right now.Can you please go out there and tell him to leave? You can make me the bad guy.I'll go talk to Robin, so she knows it's nothing personal.

OK.

And kids, if I had just let Stella talk to Robin, this whole story might have ended differently.

I understand.

I get it.

For the first time, Ted and Stella Mosby.

And that's how I met your mother.

Is your dad finally done yakking? Now, come on, who wants ice cream?

yak ‘ĺÎ‚˘‚ˇ‚é

But I didn't.

Look, can you talk to Tony? Robin flew all the way here from Tokyo.I should talk to her.

Sure.

Hi.

Hey.Sorry about running off like that.

Oh, it's okay.You would not believe the trip I just had.I was on a plane for almost a full day.But it is worth it to see you get married.How could I not be here?

You can't come to the wedding.

Oh, thank God!

What?

Ted, it's weird.

It's not weird.

It is weird.Do you know how it feels to be somebody's ex at their wedding?

Robin.

Stella.

Suck it, bitch! I win!

We broke up over a year ago.

Yeah, but that's not that long ago.Watching your marry another woman isn't exactly something I was looking forward to.I don't know, I I just thought if I ever changed my mind about marriage and kids, it was it was nice to know that you were there.

So, I was your safety school, how flattering.

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Not that That's not it.It's just that...

Why are you bringing any of this up? There's nothing between us anymore.

Well, maybe there is.I mean, of course there is.That kind of stuff just doesn't disappear without a trace.Look, I'm not just another guest here, Ted.

Right.We used to date, but we both moved on.And look, we got what we wanted. I'm getting married, you got your dream job in Tokyo.And they all lived happily ever...

I quit my job.

You what?

I'm moving back to New York.I thought I wanted that job, but I want to come back to my real life.And I think you should go back to yours.

What's that supposed to mean?

Don't get married.Look,you're rushing into this.It's like you're trying to skip ahead to the end of the book.Ted, you're the most romantic guy I know.You You stole a blue French horn for me.You tried to make it rain.

I did make it rain.

It was a coincidence.But after all that, this is how your great romantic quest comes to an end? You're just disappearing into someone else's wedding, someone else's house, someone else's life without a second thought.That's not the amazing ending that you deserve.That's not Ted Mosby.

I love Stella.She's the one.If you really feel that way I guess it's a good thing you're not coming to the wedding after all.

Big fight?

Yeah.

Here It's on the house.

Just keep 'em coming.Oh God, do not keep them coming.

Hey, Robin.

Barney.I am having a horrible day.I snuck some scotch in from the duty free store.You want to join me?

Yeah, yeah.Let's go to your room.Far away from this room.And we can knock it back.

They didn't get me a room.I was actually hoping I could stay with you.

No problem. I just have to straighten up little bit.I've got some clothes on the floor, and...

straighten up Œă•Đ•t‚Ż‚ˇ‚é

And a naked girl tied to your headboard.

Towels all over the bathroom.It's a mess.So, anyway give me ten minutes to get the place in order

See ya, Barney.

Okay, let's do this.Who the hell is that?

It's the girl from the front desk.

Kids, sometimes you think you're living out one story, but the truth turns out to be something else entirely.

At the time I thought the story was about whether Robin should be at the wedding.

If only I'd understood what the real story was.

Having exes around I don't know, brings up unresolved things.

How do you know that that spark won't come back with your ex sitting out there?

It's like things are not finished between you two.

I wasted years trying to get Lucy's dad to decide if he was ready for this.

Seeing you guys it's made me realize everything I had.

I used to dream that Tony would be spontaneous like this.

Seriously, kids, never invite an ex to your wedding.

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