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Hey, um, should've mentioned this before, but, um, Ted and I prefer that our guests remain fully clothed in the public areas of the apartment.Been some complaints.

Wait, did Ted say something?

Oh, th-there's been some complaints.Not pointing any fingers or anything, but let's just keep those pants on, okay? Good talk.

point the finger at ”ń“‚é

Well, if Ted said that, I've got something to complain about, too: Ted's nuts.

Okay, yes, Ted is a little neurotic, but I wouldn't say

No, no, no, I mean Ted's nuts.

Hi.

Hey.

So what? It's his apartment.

You're taking his side? Wait, this isn't one of those classic You still have feelings for your ex-boyfriend, who's oddly also your roommate, which for the record I'm totally cool with, even though everybody tells me I've walked into a bear trap things, is it?

No, I just, I feel bad.Ted's going through some stuff right now.You eyeballing his deal is the most action he's gotten in months.

I'll be nice to him.

So, I was trying to think of how to best express how sexy you are to me.A song? A poem? And then it hit me: a board game!

You just get women.

No, no, no, you'll like this.We answer risque questions and perform spicy dares to slowly move up your shapely legs.I call it Chutes and Lilies.

spicy ‚킢‚š‚Â‚Č dare ‚ ‚Ś‚ā`‚ˇ‚é

I would've guessed Monopo-Lily.

Yeah, that would've been better.Okay, game play.Roll the die to see who goes first, forfeit a turn on a pass-intended for two-to-six players.

forfeit ”’D‚ł‚ę‚é intended ŒĚˆÓ‚Ě

As Marshall explained the many rules of Chutes and Lilies, Lily thought back to what Kevin said in the bar.

It's perfectly normal to wind up with someone like your parents.

And then she thought of the only other man she knew who loved board games that much.

I brought Diseases!

Marshgammon.

Dog Fight Promoter!

Lilial Pursuit.

And that's how you play the game.Oh, wait.I forgot to tell you what happens if I land on community chest.Honk-honk.

I just want to go home, take a long bath and go to bed.

No! I mean, come on.My place is so much closer.I'll-I'll draw you a bath, pour you some champagne, we can forget all about this.

All right, that sounds good.

That bath was wonderful.Thank you.

Of course.

What do you say we go out on the balcony, get some fresh air?

Ooh, that sounds lovely.What a beautiful view.

I couldn't agree more.

I couldn't agree more. “ŻŠ´‚ž

Good-bye, cruel world!

Oh, my God!

I can turn this around.Shh.Ooh!

Ooh! Date night.You know what? I'll just, just watch this in my room.Already had dinner in there, why not a movie?

You should join us.

Yeah, join us.

No! No, no, no, no, no.Three's a crowd.Besides, you guys wouldn't want to watch this anyway.

Try us.

Well, have you seen Die Hard?

Um, yes.

Okay, the guy who played Argyle produced this documentary about coin collecting.

Now, I know my sexy little lady can't resist a bubble bath, especially one with rose petals.

petals ‰Ô‚Ń‚ç

Oh, thanks, baby.

How about a sensual backrub? Mm.

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Oh.

What's the matter, Lilypad? You love my backrubs.

Ah.I-I do very much.

Good, because I got you a brandnew

loofah!

Oh, yeah! Rubs oh, yeah!

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Trying to watch the coin documentary over here.

Hey, Ted, ever figure out who you're taking to that concert?

No.You want to go?

Sure.

Really? Awesome! It's a date!

Now, Kevin, as a trained psychologist, knew the appropriate way to voice his displeasure.

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I think we need to calmly discuss the relationship dynamics at play here.I'm uncomfortable with how close you two are as roommates, given your particular romantic history.

Instead, he took a different approach.

Aw, hell no! If you can go on a date with my girlfriend, I don't have to wear pants in your apartment!

I can't wait till this baby comes out so we can get started on another one.Then again,

why wait?

Ew, wait Get off of me! Damn it! Ever since Kevin said it's normal to wind up with your parents, I I keep picturing yo as my dad.

Lily, that theory is crazy-town.

How do you know?

Because my mother is six-foot-three, she buys her clothes at the drugstore, and she prefers to trap her own dinner.I love you more than anything, and you're nothing like her.

Aw.Now, that's how you turn a girl on.Mm Mm

turn someone on ŽhŒƒ‚ˇ‚é

But then Marshall really started thinking about Kevin's theory.

Midnight snack.

Midnight snack.

Mmm.

Oh, yeah.

Oh, yeah!

I am gonna rock your world.

Yay.

If it's any consolation, the, uh the guy stole my Wall Street Journal once.So guess the world's kind of a better place without Oh, God, this night's ruined.

consolation ‚₡‚ç‚Ź

Oh, come here, you.Yes, it's been a very tough night, but I still think we can turn this around.

Really?

Why not? No sense in letting things get us down.How does that song go again?

Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens Brown paper packages tied up with strings These are a few of my favorite things When the dog bites When the bee stings When I'm feeling sad I simply remember my favorite things LORETTA: And then I don't feel So bad.

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Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens Brown paper packages tied up with strings These are a few of my favorite things When the dog bites When the bee stings When I'm feeling sad I simply remember my favorite things. And then I don't feel So bad.

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