Two new couples are borne at approximately the same time. Lily has just moved into her run down and tiny new apartment. After taking a look at it, Ted and Robin know she can't live there. Robin would invite her to stay at her place, but Lily is allergic to dogs. And none of the gang have ever even been to Barney's place, he who doesn't offer. But after a mishap at Lily's place, she is desperate to stay with Barney if only for a short time. After some pleading, Barney reluctantly agrees. Barney's reluctance turns to joy when he sees that Lily can be of some use in life. Barney and Lily fall into fake wedded bliss. Is a divorce imminent? Meanwhile, Marshall is lamenting not being able to do typically couple oriented activities anymore, those things such as going to concerts, to the theater or to brunch. But when he asks his old law school friend Brad, who is also going through a recent break-up himself, to use his second ticket (which was originally purchased for Lily when they were ... Written by
Did You Know?
Barney's apartment features a clonetrooper, which only appears in the star wars prequels. In later episodes he bashes the prequels. The clonetrooper is in later episodes replaced with a stormtrooper from the original trilogy. See more
When Lily makes breakfast for Barney, after going out for groceries because there was nothing in the refrigerator, Barney makes it clear that he wants no food in the apartment. But in How I Met Your Mother: The Duel
, when Ted suggested Barney might move in with him, Marshall claims Barney cooks in the nude, which wouldn't be true if he allows no food in his apartment. See more
[after hearing Brad invited Marshall to a wedding
Okay, that's not too bad. Two single guys on the prowl. It'll be like "Wedding crashers".
Just keep Brad away from the bouquet.
References Wedding Crashers
Don't Call Me Whitney, Bobby
Written by Nick Thorburn (as Nick Diamonds)
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