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And it was, indeed, ridonkulous.

And we got to see it, all thanks to this lovely lady right here. Robin, thanks to you, I can now walk up to any girl and say whatever creepy, disgusting thing I want and totally get away with it.

Mm.

Man! I think I'm gonna like being married.

Hello?

Ahoy.

Ahoy, Lily. I just had a long talk with your husband. He convinced me to offer you that job in Rome again. How do you respond?

Thanks, but the answer is still no.

Lily, why the hell did you turn that down again.

Because I 'd have to get a new passport photo. And I'd miss out on New York in August. Unless they open the Shake Shop in a box.

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Lily, what's the real reason?

What if we moved to Rome...

What's so funny?

I'm uh sorry. I can't believe you paid a 10 million euro this painting.

Why not?

This is not even a painting. I spin my plate, it's gonna fill a blank canvas. It's like a toilet. It just make you look uh stupida.

Lily, you're fired.

What? But no. I-I...it's still a great painting. I like what it says about the structure in society and the changing worlds of women.

I used to be an art consultant.

Hey baby. It's time for Marvin's, uh, bottle.

And it's all because I screwed up and through away a perfectly comfortable life here in New York.

Lily, you're not going to screw up.

You know what, just please, just leave it alone. Besides, deep down, I don't think Marshall's even excited about Italy.

At that very moment in little Italy.

Marron!

I can't wait for my wedding day. I mean, there is no way that Liddy is gonna be wearing that coat, right? Right? Barney Stinson, do you hope she wears something slinky and backless? I do.

Okay, can I just say something as your best man? Be careful.

What do you mean?

You just... you haven't been acting like a guy who's about to get married, and I know you think it's okay because Robin's so cool, but I'm telling you, she's not as cool as you think she is.

Oh, I see. And you'd know this because you know Robin better than I do. You know what she appreciates better than her own fiance.

I'm just saying, if I was getting married in three weeks...

But you're not getting married in three weeks, Ted. I am. Robin's marrying me, not you.

You're right. Not my place. Why don't I get the next round?

So... how many times are you gonna say no to your dream job? I'm just trying to plan my day.

I'm a scaredy-cat, okay? I want to be the type of person that just charges fearlessly into the unknown, but I came back two weeks early from Paris because I was lonely. I went to San Francisco, and I was never more depressed in my life. I'm small town, Marshall. I'm a hick from Brooklyn who's terrified of living more than ten subway stops from where I was born.

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Okay, Lily, if I can move from St.Cloud, Minnesota, to New York City, then you can move to Rome.

We know nothing about Italy. We have no friends there. We don't speak the language. Okay, so you know that one sentence. Can you say anything else? That-that was the same sentence. You just changed the inflection. I love you, too. All right. We're going to Italy.

inflection Œę”ö

Si! You may not know this yet, but, um, I've already done some shopping.

Welcome home.

Oh...

You are so cool, but not for long.

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