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They're happy. And I'm happy for them. I want them to have an amazing life together. I just... I just think it would be best for everyone if I wasn't around for it.

Did something happen recently between you and Robin?

No.

Where's the poop, Ted?

She called me up the other day. She was trying to dig up this locket she had buried behind the Central Park Carousel, and I blew off that big interview to go help her. And then... it started raining.

I'll, uh... I'll see you at the wedding.

Yeah.

Even now, after all these years, there's still just this part of me where, if there's even the slightest chance something I do could make Robin smile, I don't even think about it-- I just do it. I mean, if I could make that locket magically appear, I would. I would open a vein in my arm if I could bleed that locket out, just to make her happy. That's just a really sucky way to feel about your best friend's fiance. So I'm going to come to the wedding, you know, I'll have a good time, but after that, I... What?

I know where the locket is.

What?

I know where the locket is. It-it was a few years ago, right before you were supposed to marry Stella. I went down to the bar one night to get a drink, and what should I see?

Lily! Hey, girl. I got a question for you. Why isn't Ted marrying me? Whoa... I'm sorry. Oh, God. I'm sorry. I just... I-I should be happy for him, and yet here I am, moving off to Japan just to get away from him. And-and I guess to see those... those terra-cotta warriors and the Great Wall.

Well, that's China.

What? This? No, it's just a paper plate.

Uh, we should get out of here. Come on. Come on.

Oh, totally. I know just where we should go.

Man, you're fast when you're drunk. But at least you're still making good decisions. Central Park, around midnight, digging a hole with a spoon. Solid.

Jackpot.

What is that?

My something old.

This locket was my grandma's. She kept it hidden in her butt all through World War II.

What? Where was she?

Winnipeg. Oh, come on. Lily, it's a joke. Yeah, I was going to wear this when I married Ted. I guess that's not going to happen. So I am taking it with me to Japan. Okay, Lily, help me put this locket in my butt. Okay.

Uh, you know what? Why don't we put it in this pencil box instead?

Oh, and then I will take the pencil box with me to Japan. Okay. Hey, Lily? Help me put this pencil box in my butt. Wait! There's one other thing I have to do. Lily, it's very important. It's something that needs to happen right now.

Yeah?

Then she barfed in my face. It was a lovely night.

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Wait. You put the locket in the race car pencil box?

Yep. And then Robin took it to Japan.

No, she didn't. It's sitting on my desk at home right now. It's been with me all along.

Ted.

The locket is in the pencil box. This is awesome.

Ted.

No, I just... I just mean, this is going to be the best wedding gift ever. It's going to blow her mind.

Ted. Be careful.

Come on, we got to go.

Wait. What am I forgetting?

Nothing. You're not forgetting anything. Let's go.

Okay.

Oh, wait, I'm forgetting something.

What?

Let's go get married.

Yeah.

Bottle for Marvin during takeoff. Got it, baby.

And hey, just think, one week from right now... We'll be in Italy.

We'll be in Italy.

Okay, um, I-I got to go, baby. Um, I love you.

You still haven't told her.

No. This is face-to-face news.

Good luck with that... Your Honor.

Hello.

You want me to grab your bag?

Yeah. Thanks.

Hey, I don't want to draw focus from the wedding, so... don't tell anyone about Chicago.

It's a major city with a bunch of sports teams and some pretty good pizza. I think people know about Chicago. What time do you leave on Monday?

Early. Gonna have to head back to the city Sunday night.

How are you going to get back?

Guess I'll take the train.

Hi. One ticket to Farhampton, please.

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