Marshall and Lily are having problems at their wedding reception. Whether they want to or not, they become so caught up in their roles as the center of attention of the event, that they have no opportunity to eat. Since they chose the meal, they are even more perturbed that they don't seem to be able to enjoy any of the food. As the reception progresses, the want to taste the food changes to the need to eat or else die of hunger. Meanwhile, Barney overhears Ted and Robin say that they have something important happening in their lives that they haven't wanted to talk about until after the wedding as not to overshadow the event. As Barney won't let it go, Ted and Robin are forced to tell him. The story relates to their one year anniversary dinner two weeks earlier, the day when they rushed into the apartment with their clothes covered with food. As Ted and Robin progress with the story, which has something to do with them being at a crossroads in their relationship, Barney comes to ... Written by
Did You Know?
The couple in the restaurant behind Ted and Robin really did get engaged during that scene. See more
When Robin thinks Ted is proposing but it is meant for the table next to them. After she repeatedly says No they have a talk where they discuss what they want later down the road and in five years. It is the same talk when Lily exposed that she broke Ted and Robin up by initiating the where you see yourself question in season 4 ep.17 "The Front Porch" that led to another one of Ted and Robins break up. See more
I'm really sorry about you and Robin. I know I was always joking around about wanting you two to break up, but you were really good together.
Yeah. We were. She just wasn't the one, you know?
"The one." Oh, Ted, no! Do not tell me you're gonna start searching for the one again. The only time I wanna hear you saying "the one" is if it's followed by the word "hundred." What up?
No One Here
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