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No! No, you are not doing this. Step away from the desk.

What are you talking about?

You just found out about James and Tom, and it totally freaked you out, and now you're asking this guy to point you in the direction of the nearest, dirtiest strip club.

Oh, well, that-that's a tough one. Uh, the nearest one that's-that's kind of dirty is The Sand Box, but the, uh... the dirtiest one that's nearby is The Crab Shed.

Dude.

Sorry. Uh, but hey, if-if you do go, maybe you could take Ted. I'm really worried about that kid.

No, Robin, I am not going to a strip club. Especially right now. Could you imagine the day shift at The Crab Shed? Robin... I came to the desk to get this.

Is that the key to our room?

It's the key to James's room.

Oh, my. What is that?

It's an erotic cake.

I wanted to surprise them for their anniversary.

Is that... is that James and Tom?

Mmm, caramel marzipan, chocolate marzipan.

I love chocolate marzipan.

So does Tom. Used to anyway.

This is, uh, absolutely the, uh... the weirdest thing anyone has ever done for their sibling. I love you so much.

You thought I was gonna freak out.

Well, I mean, a Gypsy cursed your family to become hornier and do awesome guitar solos. Can you blame me?

Look, am I bummed about James and Tom getting a divorce? Obviously. But I don't need them to make me believe in true love anymore. I've got you for that now. Oh, man, now I gotta figure out what to do with all this stuff.

bummed ‚Ş‚Á‚Š‚č‚ľ‚˝

Well, before we do that... um, would it be all right if I nibbled on your brother's Ding Dong?

nibble on ‚Š‚ś‚Á‚Ä‚Ý‚é

How about we nibble on my brother's Ding Dong together?

I'd like that.

So, they cleaned all that stuff out of there and had a talk with James. And Barney didn't freak out, because here's the thing, kids. When you believe in people, people come through.

Just so we're clear, I pick the music.

Of course.

Say it. Say, "Daphne picks the music."

Daphne picks the music.

And you pay for gas.

Are you kidding? Do you have any idea how much gas this thing takes? No, no, okay! Okay, I pay for gas.

Good. Now, get in. It's a long ride to Phoenix.

Say what?

I'm just kidding. Oh, this is gonna be fun.

This must be the singles table.

Guess it is. Well, it's kind of nice to be asking this question instead of answering it for a change: How are you doing?

I don't know. I'm trying to be happy for my brother, but, uh... I guess a person has a different perspective on weddings when he knows what's down there at the end of the aisle. It's not all champagne and frosting.

perspective ’­‚ß

Mr.Stinson, your room is ready. And, Ted... she's right around the corner.

Thank you, Curtis. I feel it, too.

No, no, no, the-the housekeeper. She's in the room that's right around the corner from yours. So another hour, tops.

Sure.

Okay, see you later, Ted.

You're not giving up, James. And neither am I.

Hey, beautiful.

Hi.

God, you look great.

What? Come on.

You do!

I've been in a car all morning. I just ate a croissant crumb that I found in my bra. I'm disgusting.

crumb ƒpƒ“‚­‚¸

Yeah, I saw you do that. And it was super hot.

Come here.

You come here.

Come here.

No, you come here.

Come here. Hey, you want to hear something funny? One year ago today, almost to the minute, I was sitting at this very table right in that seat.

Oh, yeah. I can see it. Nursing your gin and tonic with three extra limes, doing the crossword, probably being all showboat-y about it.

Nurse ‚ż‚Ń‚ż‚Ńˆů‚Ţ showboat ŒŠ‚š‚Ń‚ç‚Š‚ˇ

I wasn't being showboat-y about it.

"Vesuvius"" Boo-yah! Oh, wait, that doesn't fit.

The point is, one year ago today, I made a promise to myself right at this table.

What was the promise?

I'm coming back, and I'm bringing you.

Wait a second. Hold it. One year ago today, you hadn't even met me.

I know, but I knew I would. And now it's a year later.

And here I am.

Here you are. Love in your eyes, baked goods in your undergarments.

Yeah. You picked a real winner, Mosby.

I did. Okay, seriously, what the crap is taking so long with these rooms? It was like this last year. I'll be right back.

I'll be right here.

Sorry that took so long. Please... try to enjoy your stay.

I will.

Try to.

I will enjoy my stay.

Try.

Not gonna try. Just... just gonna do it.

Good for you.

Not good for me. No, just-just neutral for me.

Attaboy.

No, at not a boy.

It gets better.

I am fine, Curtis. Okay? I enjoy and appreciate the happiness of other people whether I am in a relationship or not. Okay? Curtis? So just-just... just go ahead and give me my one key because I am fine.

Oh, come on! I need another drink.

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