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Lily, I just saw the worst thing ever!

Kind of busy right now, Marshall.

Quiet.He can hear you.

Who's he?!

He's coming! Everyone shut up!

Okay, kids, you're probably wondering how we all got here.

Oh, hey, buddy, can we borrow your air mattress? My mom's coming into town for a few days.

Absolutely not.

Bummer, I guess she can't stay with us.Hey, look, what I just found.A list of hotels and other creative housing options.

Bummer ‚Ş‚Á‚Š‚č

Baby, my mom is not staying at a hotel.Or our storage unit.Why can't we borrow your air mattress?

Because when you animals borrow things, you never return them.

That's ridiculous.

No, my Cleveland, Ohio, Chamber of Commerce mini-cooler is ridiculous.Ridiculous at keeping stuff cold while also promoting Ohio's second-largest rubber producer.Watch your back, Akron.

I totally gave that back.

And what about that Vote For Ted hoodie from when I ran for treasurer in high school? Mrs.Gooding said my concession speech was, full of grace.

run for —§Œó•â‚ˇ‚é treasurer ‰ďŒvŒW concession ÷•ŕ full of grace •iŠi‚É‚ ‚Ó‚ę‚Ä‚˘‚é

I don't recall borrowing that.

And whatever happened to my limited edition DVD of the classic 1989 Silverman-McCarthy romp, Weekend at Bernie's, borrowed well over six months ago?

Yeah, I'm keeping that.Those extra features are awesome.I mean, that making-of documentary?

How Bernie Avoided The Gurney: A Cinematic Journey.Look, I'm just tired of people borrowing things and never returning them.If you don't believe me, ask my ex-friend Stuart.

Ted, I gave your red cowboy boots back the day after Halloween.

How could you lie to me right to my face, Stuart? You are a horrible human being.Congrats on your daughter's christening.

And where's the worst abuser of my generosity, Barney? Or should I say, Borrow-ney?

abuser ——pŽŇ generosity ‹C‘O‚Ě—Ç‚ł

You should never say that.And I think he's out with Patrice.

Uch, Patrice? That's still happening?

Kids, you remember Patrice.She worked with your Aunt Robin.

Robin! You left your purse at the vending machine, and some guy tried to steal it! I fought him off, but I think I dislocated my shoulder.

dislocate one's shoulder Œ¨‚đ’E‰P‚ˇ‚é

You scratched the leather! Oh! Can't you do anything right, Patrice?!

That Barney-and-Patrice thing is so bogus.He's clearly trying to get back at me for rejecting him.

bogus ‹U‚Ě get back at Ś‚݂𐰂炡

Um, Robin, after you rejected Barney, didn't he reject you?

And didn't you go over to his place and try to sleep with him in your purple-and- black underwear?

Hey, uh, Lil, feel free to disregard that Don't tell anyone about this ever thing.

disregard –łŽ‹‚ˇ‚é

She has your mini-cooler.

I knew it!

But seriously, what other reason would Barney have to date Patrice?

It's an over-correction.

correction •âł

How dare you?! What is that?!

Barney was engaged to Quinn, a stripper he never really trusted.So he overcorrects by dating her opposite: warm and nurturing Patrice.

That does happen, like Ted.After you broke up with sweet innocent Victoria.

No, you hang up first.

No, you hang up first.

No, you hang up first.

Hang up, you little bitch!

Over-correction.

Yeah.And it's not just relationships.Remember when that comedy club owner told Marshall that his funny fish names stand-up act didn't have enough edge?

Flounder? I barely know her! Oh!

Over-correction.Although it was better than his Chris Rock rip-off.

A trout with a daughter has one job.One job! To keep her off the fishing pole!

You suck!

Lily!

I'm a little worried about Ted.I mean, we're parents now, and even Barney is moving on.I just wish he had someone to talk to.Even for a week.Or you know, four days, three nights.

My mom is not staying with Ted!

He'd love her bacon- gummy bear pancakes.

I'm her special boy, I get her special pancakes.

But my dad is here nannying all the time.Then add your mom in? This place is crowded enough already.

Hey, Lil, let me know how the pump's working.I cleaned it for you.

It's fine, Dad.

Yeah, I had to check the suction, so I tested it on myself.

Oh, no.

Don't worry, the suction's fine, actually kind of nice.

Okay, Barney is so not for real about Patrice.Today he did the craziest, most clearly staged for my benefit thing ever.

Hey, Patrice, you ready for lunch?

Sure.

Right, right? I mean, what's next, birthday gifts? Wake up, people, this is not an overcorrection, it's fraud, and we need to keep trying to stop this.

What do you mean, keep trying?

Barney is not who you think he is.

What do you mean?

Well, he has a book of plays he uses to trick women into sleeping with him.

Oh, no way, Barney's my honey bear.

Actually, one of his plays is called The Honey Bear.He dresses up like Winnie the Pooh, and the next thing you know, his hand's stuck in your pot.

Robin, you're a doll for worrying about me, but that doesn't sound at all like my Barney.

doll eŘ‚Ȑl

Why won't you let me help you, Patrice?!

She can't see that Barney is using her, and it breaks my heart.You know, I-I-I love Patrice.We're like sisters.

You've never gotten through even one exchange without screaming at her.

Sisters fight, Ted! But the bond is always there.Okay?

Okay.

And that's why I need to steal The Playbook and show it to Patrice, so she'll believe me.

Or you could do almost anything else and not sound so creepy.

Robin, seriously, this obsession isn't healthy.Just let it go.

obsession –Ď‘z

Maybe you guys are right.Thanks for talking some sense into me.

talk sense into ‚ÉŒž‚˘•ˇ‚Š‚š‚Ä“š—‚đ•Ş‚Š‚ç‚š‚é

Lily, can I ask you a question?

If it's Did somebody put gravel in the couch cushions you're sleeping on, absolutely not.What would be the motive?

gravel ŹÎ

No, it's not that.Uh, don't tell Marshall because he's not ready, but I think I might want to get back out there and meet a nice man.

Wow, that's great, Judy.

And I thought you might be able to help because you always look so good.

You think I look good?

I mean, you dress like a Duluth streetwalker, but my son seems to like it.

I'll take it.

So, any advice?

Well, first I'd throw out any giant sweater with a horse on it.

Even the ones?

Even the ones that have manes with real horse hair, yes.And second, I'd let the gals out to play a little more.

The gals?

Oh you mean the Minnesota Twins.

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