Lily moves in with Marshall and Ted, and when Ted suspects that he's being edged out of the apartment, he and Marshall decide to settle it like men.

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Lily moves in with Ted and Marshall and although it was Ted's idea to ask Lily to move in, he starts to worry that the apartment changes too much with Lily there. Another issue for Ted is who will keep the apartment after Lily and Marshall got married. In the end, a real fight starts between Ted and Marshall over the apartment. Written by Sa

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Trivia

The geeky guy that Robin tells Barney could be her soul mate is Martin Starr who played Bill Haverchuck in the 1999 Indie TV show Freaks and Geeks (1999). See more »

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When Marshall asks who would take the unused room in the apartment if he were to move out, he uses Barney as humorous possibility. He says that Barney cooks in the nude. In "World's Greatest Couple", Lilly cooks for Barney, which makes Barney mad, as this is a change from his normal lifestyle, which does not involve having food cooked at his place. See more »

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Robin: [At the hospital after Lily was stabbed] Is she OK?
Marshall: They're just patching her up. She's gonna be fine.
Barney: So get this, I was on a date with this girl, Jackie.
[Ted, Marshall and Robin give him a look]
Barney: What? You said she's fine. So, anyway, I was on date with this girl, Jackie...
Barney: [At the bar] Wow, Jackie, you make a really great first impression. I have a feeling that tonight you might end up being Jackie Ohhh.
Jackie: Yeah, I'm sorry, I'm gonna have to lemon law you.
[Leaves]
Barney: [Back at the hospital] It's out ...
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Referenced in How I Met Your Mother: The Platinum Rule (2007) See more »

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An OK Episode
15 November 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

There was a surprise revelation in this episode (At least to me) that Lily doesn't actually live with Marahall and Ted.

Plot In A Paragraph: Lily officially moves into Marshall and Ted's apartment. Bringing up the question of who will get the apartment after Marshall and Lily get married. Both Ted and Marshall love the place and Barney and Robin believe that Marshall and Lily will slowly edge him out. Meanwhile, Barney feels that he has wasted too much time on dates that he knew were going nowhere, so he decides to invent the "lemon law" and use it on his dates of giving the date five minutes before pulling the plug on it or not.

This is an OK episode, which "How I Met Your Mother" has had a few of, usually where Neil Patrick Harris is in the back ground.


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