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That afternoon at the Farhampton Inn, Aunt Lily and I tried to check in.

Are you chewing gum? You never chew gum. You shouldn't chew gum in here.

Nobody cares if I chew gum, Ted.

Are you chewing gum?

Yes, she is. She's chewing gum.

Ooh, can I have a piece?

Of course!

Great. Thank you. Okay, let's chew some gum and get you guys all checked in. Ms.Aldrin, how many keys will you need?

Two, please. My husband's getting in later.

Excellent, and Mr.Mosby?

Uh, just one, please.

Oh, oh, I-I see. Oh. Well, hang in there. You'll find somebody.

Thank you, front desk stranger.

I'm sorry, we just... we just don't get a lot of singles here. I mean, look at this place. It's so romantic. Countless babies conceived within these walls. And one... grisly murder. Now, are you sure that you wouldn't feel more comfortable staying at a motel?

conceive g‚˛‚ŕ‚é

What? No, look. I'm not some miserable, lonely person. Tell him, Lily.

It's a tough weekend for him.

Bro.

We're here for a wedding.

Ouch.

And he used to date the bride.

Ooh, mama.

And he's the best man.

Devastating.

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Could you please just check us in?

Oh, your rooms aren't gonna be ready for hours. But in the meantime, Ms.Aldrin, I definitely think you and your husband should check out the lighthouse. It's a beautiful view of the bay-- so romantic.

Oh, wow.

Here's the channel guide for the TV.

Don't listen to him, Ted. You are not alone. In fact, this whole weekend, it is going to be nothing but me and... Marshall! Oh, thank God, you're on your way. If I had to be here alone, I would kill myself.

Marshall missed his flight. He might not get here tonight. He might not get here at all.

We... only have a few of these left.

Hi... Linus. Here's how this goes down. If I'm going to make it through this weekend without my husband, I need you to hook a lady up. Any time you see me without a drink in my hand, you put a drink in my hand. Are you my guy, Linus?

So you want the Kennedy Package?

Bingo.

Go for Barney.

Ah. Thank you Linus.

Barney, before you get too upset, there's another flight that leaves in five minutes.

You're getting on it.

I'm gonna try.

There is no try! You're getting on that plane.

Hey, growth spurt. If there is only one seat left on this plane, I will fight you for it. And I'm a biter.

Marshall, whoever that is, grab her carry-on and throw it into a restricted area. I'm serious. Do it. Do it now.

What? No. Barney, are you...? No, I'm not gonna... That's... No.

There is no. What, no, Barney, are you, no I'm not gonna, that's no!" This is a holiday weekend. You're not gonna get to New York by being nice. So you're gonna have to lose the whole Midwestern aw-shucksy-doodles thing...

Shucksy doodles?

...and act like a New Yorker. A pushy, obnoxious, knock-the-other-guy-down-and-take-his-hot-dog resident of the greatest city on earth!

pushy Œú‚Š‚Ü‚ľ‚˘ obnoxious ”˝R“I‚Č

No can do, Barney. I'm from Minnesota, where there's plenty of hot dogs for everyone. Perhaps even too many. But listen, I'm gonna get to New York without being a jerk.

Just get to New York!

I'll get to New York!

Nobody's getting to New York. Not this weekend anyway. There's a big storm rolling up the East Coast. All the airports are closing. My advice is rent a car and drive. But you better hurry. They're gonna run out of cars soon.

Okay, listen.

If we're both going to New York, why don't we rent a car, split the drive?

That seems like a reasonable plan. Can I help you with that diaper bag?

Sure. Thank you.

Oh, it's... Have a nice bus ride, pumpkin head!

Hey, lady. Yeah, you just threw away your ticket to a really great road trip.

I'm sorry, I can't hear you. You're all the way back there, and I'm all the way up here.

Oh, you can hear me. Get ready to be driving the jealous-mobile because our car is gonna have games, snacks, a James Patterson audio book my mother describes a scluttering her glove box.

Your car? I'll be in Pittsburgh before you get your car.

We'll see about that. And if you're going to New York, you're not gonna want to go through Pittsburgh. 94 backs up around Allentown, so you're gonna want to stick on 80. Jerk face! Come on, universe. I'm a nice guy. Send me a miracle.

And then the universe sent your Uncle Marshall... Herm.

Okay, people, let's move it along. What do you want? You want a car? You got a car. Beat it. What kind of car do you want? Too slow, you get a minivan. Next. Ah, midsize sedan. Incoming. Next.

Yes!

You want a gas option? Nobody wants a gas option. Get out of here. Next.

Hello. I need a car.

You've got it.That's all of them. We're all out of cars, everybody.

Wait, no! You let this guy beat you?

Ma'am, it's not a race.

That right there is why you lost.

Maybe this is your fault. Did you ever think of that? Maybe if you had just been a little bit nicer, then you would be the one driving this lovely... What kind of car is it?

Now, kids, I don't remember the actual name of this car, but to an environmentalist like Marshall, this car was a monstrosity.

2006 Monstrosity.

Oh, no, not a Monstrosity.

I'll take it.

I can't drive that.

I can. Give me the Monstrosity.

Do you have anything else?

I'll take the Monstrosity.

There's nothing else.

Give me the keys, old man!

It's just so freaking huge!

Well, actually it's a Monstrosity Sport, so it's a little smaller.

Fine. I'll take it. But I'm also gonna need a baby seat.

We're all out of baby seats. Get out of here.

Oh, my God... what am I gonna do?

I don't care.

Can I make a suggestion? I rent the car, then I go buy the car seat, come back here, pick you guys up, and then the three of us drive to New York together.

Let me get this straight. So, you're gonna rent the car, go and get a baby seat for my son, and then drive all the way back here to pick me up.

That's right.

Well, then you're gonna need some cash. Here. Hundred bucks ought to cover it.

So, we'll see you soon.

You got it, Michael!

Marshall.

Doesn't matter now, does it?

Remember this day, Marvin. Not only is this the day that we either saw Prince or a... a really flamboyantly dressed greyhound, it's also the day that your dad chose not to be a jerk... and put his trust in humanity. Just watch where it gets us.

flamboyantly ”hŽč‚É obnoxious ”˝R“I‚Č

Shucksy-doodles!

Uncle Marshall was just about ready to abandon his faith in humanity. But let's back up a little bit.

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