Ted, feeling once again that Robin is the girl for him, decides to make one last ditch attempt to win her heart by performing a grand gesture. His plan entails waiting for her in her apartment, which he can only do by borrowing Lily's spare key. With one small glitch, Ted is able to pull off his grand gesture. Overwhelmed, Robin, doesn't know how to respond. Her answer - with Ted only accepting a "yes" or "no" with no in-between - takes into consideration a work issue. To help Robin make up her mind, Ted feels like he has to produce an act of God... with a little help from one of Barney's old girlfriends who would rather see Barney dead than help him. Meanwhile, Marshall finds out that Lily applied for a summer long art fellowship in San Francisco when he listens to a voice message left on their answering machine that offers her the position. As the two argue over what it means for their relationship and their upcoming wedding, neither has the heart to finish the argument for fear of ... Written by
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One member of the orchestra is complaining that the pizza Ted promised is not going to happen. He may be right: Ted is so much preoccupied with Robin and the rain quest that he probably forgot all about the pizzas. See more
Penelope mentions having slept with Barney twice in the back of his car, but in "Arrivederci, Fiero" it is revealed that Barney doesn't own a car and in fact cannot even drive. However, Barney often lies to women and could easily have told her that some random car was actually his. They slept in the car; she never said that he drove it. See more
Robin, I've sort of said this already. I mean, I've half said it. I've tried to say it, and I've said it badly. So this is me. Just saying it. With strings. I'm crazy about you. I think we should be together. What do you say?
Yes. No. Maybe.
Those are the three options.
Air on the G String
Written by Johann Sebastian Bach See more