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Hey.Mr.Park's, huh? This is the last place I expected to find you.

Marshall.

Lily, I'm sorry.But just hear me out.I used to think that family was a right.But it's not.It's a privilege, and it has to be earned.I kicked your dad out.And I promise, baby, I will never make you see him again.Now what? Baby, what, what, what happened?

privilege “ÁŒ 

Marshall, I came in here because it was cold and this was the only place that was open.I wasn't even gonna look Mr.Park in the eye.And then I found out Mr.Park died.

Oh, my God.

He really is dead to me.And if I feel this bad about never making up with Mr.Park, a guy who meant literally nothing to me, We gotta go get my dad.

Okay.Here.

So that's how on Thanksgiving, She brought a man back from the dead.

Everyone.Before we get started, Barney, we're going to need you on the slapping throne.

Slap Bet Commissioner, surely tying me to a chair is a breach

breach ˆá”˝‚ˇ‚é

Yeah, yeah, yeah.Less yapping, more slapping.

yap ‚â‚Š‚Ü‚ľ‚­Œž‚¤

Ted, Robin.It's two minutes until sundown.Have you guys decided which one of you is going to get to slap Barney right in his face?

It's gonna be Ted.

What? Why me?

Last year, you got left at the altar.You lost your job.But you've come such a long way since then.I'm so proud of you, Ted.You deserve to slap someone in his face as hard as you can.

Thanks.

Oh, this is the worst.

Mama!

No, Robin.Look.You just went through your own breakup, and while I know you and Barney left it on good terms, isn't there some part of you, deep down, that wants to slap him right in his face?

There is.

I know there is.

This is basically hell on Earth.

All right.

Don't.

You got this.

It hurts!

No.I can't do it.I can't take this from you, Ted.

Nor I, you.

Thank God.

So, I'd like to make a gesture.Mickey?

Oh, no way!

I'm glad you and Lily are trying to work things out.So, to welcome you to our little family, I'd like to offer you this slap.

Really? Well, I feel a little weird.I just met Barney and I don't have anything against the guy.But how often do you get a chance to slap someone right in his face?

Soft!

I'm sorry.I can't do it.

Thank God.

Lily, I know I haven't been much of a father to you.

You are kidding me.

So, for all the ballet recitals that I missed, for all the art shows that I should've been at, for the wedding gift that I never got a chance to give to you, princess, I give this slap to you.

recital ƒŠƒTƒCƒ^ƒ‹

Oh, Daddy!

No.No, no, no, no.She is the Slap Bet Commissioner.She's supposed to remain impartial!

impartial Œö•˝‚Č

Slap Bet Commissioner says it's okay.

This is not good.

Okay.

Please, please, please.Let me, let me, let

Shh.Just close your eyes.It'll be over soon.

Running through a meadow.

meadow –q‘’n

I can't do it.Why can't I do it?

Because this slap has done exactly what I hoped.It's brought us all closer together.And it's caused us to recognize both the frailty and the greatness in ourselves and each other.

frailty ˆÓŽu‚ĚŽă‚ł greatness ˆĚ‘ĺ‚ł

Oh, give me a break.

And that is why there will be no slap today.

Oh, my God! This is the best Thanksgiving

That's four! So, turkey?

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You just got slapped across the face,For kids of all ages.

You just got slapped Oh, that really just happened Oh, everybody saw it, ha!

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