Barney tries to do all the items on Ted's "I'm to old for this stuff" list, while Marshall's over-competitive side comes out when he coaches Lily's Kindergarten basketball team.

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After Barney is banned for life from the local laser tag club for his rough play, Ted adds it to what he calls his "Murtaugh" list, named after the Danny Glover character in Lethal Weapon (1987), he who said "I'm too old for this $#*!". Barney ends up seeing Ted's Murtaugh list as a challenge and bets Ted that he can do everything on the list in twenty-four hours. Conversely, Ted tells Robin that he is looking forward to growing old. So Robin and Barney come up with an alternate list of "old folks" things for Ted to do, Ted who double bets Barney that he can complete the items on that list before Barney finishes the Murtaugh list. Meanwhile, after Lily asks him, Marshall agrees to coach Lily's kindergarten class' basketball team. Lily sees it as potential dad training for Marshall. But Lily may change her mind when she sees that Marshall is a dictatorial taskmaster as a coach, as opposed to the touchy-feely coach she wanted. Written by Huggo

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At the beginning when Barney is in the lazer tag office , every high score on the board behind him says "Stinson" See more »

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Narrator: The Murtaugh List came about around the time I turned 30. It all started with your uncle Marshall's beer bong. He always pulled it out at parties when we were in our twenties, and we were still doing it when we were thirty. Only thing is, when we were twenty, the next day was like this.
[Cut to Ted and Marshall bumping each other]
Narrator: But by the time we were thirty, the next day was like this.
[Cut to Ted in the sofa, moaning]
Narrator: And that's when I realized there was only one man who could relate: ...
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References Lethal Weapon 2 (1989) See more »

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Hey Beautiful
Written by The Solids
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I Loved It
6 January 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Plot In A Paragraph: After Barney is banned for life from the local laser tag club for his rough play with kids, He decides he and Ted should break n and toilet paper the place. Ted is against this idea and adds Laser Tag to what he calls his "Murtaugh" list. Named after the Danny Glover character Roger Murtaugh in "Lethal Weapon", he who said "I'm too old for this $#*!". Barney ends up fuming at Ted's Murtaugh list and since this is Barney Stinson he also sees a challenge. He bets Ted that he can do everything on the list in twenty-four hours Meanwhile, Marshall agrees to coach Lily's kindergarten class' basketball team. Lily sees it as potential dad training for Marshall. But Lily may change her mind when she sees that Marshall is a tough dictator as a coach.

Neil Patrick Harris once again steals the show and takes it and his fellow cast members to greater heights


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