Robin is about ready to say "I love you" to Ted - the first time she would have said it to any man - but it just won't come out. These feeling coincide with a visit to New York by Robin's seventeen year old baby sister, Katie Scherbatsky. Katie doesn't arrive alone, but with her two month boyfriend, Kyle, who is also visiting family in New York. Katie plans on losing her virginity to Kyle on this trip, something that Robin tries her hardest to talk her out of. Robin requests her friends' help in convincing Katie not to lose it to Kyle, but to wait for someone special. This request makes everyone discuss their first time, which brings up some controversy between Marshall and Lily based on Robin's first time. And Barney's first time comes straight out of a movie... or several movies. Written by
Did You Know?
The 'Dirty Dancing' scene is actually the second time Neil Patrick Harris has recreated a scene on television from a Patrick Swayze
movie. The first was in Doogie Howser, M.D.
(1989) Season 3, Episode 1, where he recreated a scene from Ghost
(1990). See more
During the flashback of Ted's first time with Molly, when she lifts the covers and says, "Look I gotta go," she is wearing her jeans. In the next scene, she is only in underwear and is putting her jeans on. See more
Watch your step when you get up kids, 'cause I'm about to drop some knowledge. Relationships are like a freeway.
Wait a minute. A month ago you told me relationships were like a traveling circus.
No, this is new, this trumps that. Freeways have exits, so do relationships. The first exit, my personal favorite, is six hours in. You meet, you talk, you have sex, you exit when she's in the shower.
So, every girl you have sex with feels the immediate need to shower? Actually yeah, I get that.
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References Dirty Dancing
Be My Baby
Written by Jeff Barry (uncredited), Ellie Greenwich (uncredited), and Phil Spector (uncredited)
Performed by The Ronettes
Courtesy of Phil Spector International, Inc.
Produced by Phil Spector See more