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Robin:...so, if the Landmarks Preservation Committee sides with Zoey, your whole project goes down the tubes? You must be furious.

go down the tube …‚Ě–A‚Ć‚Č‚é furious Œƒ“{‚ľ‚˝

Ted: I'm furiously enjoying being challenged.

Lily: Why don't you admit that your girlfriend challenging your every move is getting you a little murder-suicidey?

Ted: Why don't you admit that Marshall quitting his job and taking an unpaid internship is killing you?

Lily: It's not.

Ted: Lily, the downside to having giant, Japanese anime eyes is that they're easy to read. And yours are screaming, "What about my trip to Spain, deadbeat?"

Lily: Okay, Ted, the downside to having a woman's mouth is, your feminine pout gives away your true feelings. And yours is saying, "Oh, Zoey, why can't I be on top just this once?"

pout Œű‚đë‚炡

Ted: We take turns! Sometimes.

Marshall: Hey, guys. Thanks. Hey. I just had the best first day at the NRDC.

Barney: I'm sorry. Sorry. Something Hershel said at work today.

Robin: Hershel?

Barney: What, don't you guys know Hershel? Didn't I tell you? Oh, he's the new lawyer who replaced Marshall at GNB. He is so awesome and funny and tall... taller than Marshall... and he knows way more laws.

Marshall: Well, I'm glad you like your new co-worker.

Barney: There's no Hershel! I was just saying that to make you jealous! Why do you insist we play these games?

Marshall: Barney, I'm not playing...

Barney: Just come back to GNB already!

Marshall: I'm really loving my new job.

Lily: Oh, and I'm loving seeing you this happy.

Marshall: I'm so glad to hear you say that because I volunteered our apartment for a big NRDC fund-raiser tomorrow night. You're-You're cool with that, right?

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Lily: Baby, you have my full support.

Marshall: Thanks, baby. (phone chirps) Oh. Ooh, I gotta go. The invitations are ready. The party's for a bunch of environmentalists, so I found a guy downtown who makes biodegradable party invitations that can also be used as toilet paper.

Barney: That's how I'm gonna use mine.

Robin: Why in the world do you care so much whether Marshall works at GNB?

Barney: Care? I don't care. I'm like, whatever. Marshall who? He's stupid. Hershel's way better.

Robin:Okay, Barney, is it possible that with everything that's gone on with your dad lately, you might have some unresolved abandonment issues you're transferring onto Marshall?

Barney: Oh! Ugh! You are worse than my shrink. "Barney, we have to talk about your father." "Barney, I'm not going to teach you how to hypnotize people. You'll only use it for evil." "Barney, I am not going to conduct a couples session "between you and this woman. She's obviously a prostitute." I don't need this!

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Ted: Ah, Lily Aldrin, half of the world's most perfect couple! I was thinking about that woman's mouth comment, and I have three good comebacks.One: your mom didn't seem to mind it last night on her...

Lily: Okay, look, Ted, I need a favor. Would you mind driving out to Kennedy with me to pick up this famous ecologist for Marshall's fund-raiser? Apparently, he only speaks Spanish. And you speak Spanish, right? Perfect. Let's go.

Barney: Hey, Marshall, it's me. Listen, I know I've been kind of a jerk about your leaving GNB. I just wanted to call and say I'm sorry.

Marshall: No apologies necessary. We're good.

Barney: Good. Um, hey, any chance you might maybe... I don't know... if you're not busy, uh, want to have lunch today?

Marshall: Oh, buddy, I'd love to, but I can't.

Barney: Oh, that's cool. No biggie. Another time.

Robin: Oh, my God!

Barney: How long have you been there?

Robin: You don't remember?

Robin: Hey. I was in the neighborhood. I just wanted to check in on you. You seemed, um, you seemed really upset the other day.

Barney: Oh, no, I'm fine.

Robin: Okay. Well, um, you want to go grab some lunch?

Barney:Sure. Hey, are you okay if I invite Marshall to join us?

Robin: Yeah.

Barney:Right. So, um... Chinese?

Ted: You know, just because Zoey and I are a different kind of couple than you and Marshall doesn't make us a worse couple.

Lily: You're right. I-If you and Zoey are happy, then who am I to judge? I'm so sorry.

Ted: Oh, my God, is that how support feels? It's so warm and wonderful. Oh, Lily, I've been so unhappy.

Lily: But I thought you liked being challenged.

Ted: Nobody likes being challenged! Couldn't she agree with me just once, even on something little, like... like what movie to see or-or what topping to get on our pizza or... oh, I don't know, my lifelong dream of building a skyscraper in New York City?!

Lily: Well, in her defense, hamburger pizza, Ted? What are you, 12?

Ted: You were right, Lily. I mean, Zoey's great, but... sometimes I do wish we were a little more like you and Marshall. There he is. Here we go.

Man: I'm sorry. I don't speak... whatever it is you're speaking.

Ted: Um, he speaks perfect English.

Lily: Yeah, I-I know.

Ted: Then why did you ask me to come?

Lily: So you can drive him to the fund-raiser. Supporting Marshall this much is driving me crazy. I'm going to Spain-- my flight leaves in 45 minutes. Adios, muchacho.

Ted: W-Wait, what do you mean you're going to Spain?

Lily: You were right. If I hear myself say "Baby, you have my full support" one more time, I swear I'm gonna murder someone!

Ted: What are you gonna tell Marshall, huh? And when are you coming back?

Lily: I honestly haven't thought it all the way through, and I don't intend to. All I know is that I'm a ticking time bomb, and if I don't do something for me right away, I swear I'm gonna explode!

intend ‚ˇ‚é‚‚ŕ‚č

Ted: Wow, tha... that's an evocative metaphor to use for your nonthreatening, totally patriotic emotions. U.S.A.! Okay, Lily, I get it.Marshall's been asking a lot lately.But the thing to do is-is tell him you've had enough.

evocative ŽhŒƒ“I‚Č nonthreatening ˆĐŠd‚ľ‚Č‚˘

Lily: I've never been good at that. And now, ever since his dad died, I-I feel like it's my job to just be fine with everything. But I'm not. I'm not fine that he volunteers our apartment for a giant fund-raiser and that he's not thinking about how we're gonna pay any of our bills and that, apparently, we've given up on trying to have kids.

Ted: Lil...

Lily: Look, I'm sorry, Ted, I just, I gotta do this.

Man: My bag? Oh, no. I got it.

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