Barney is told by one of his sexual conquests that she may be pregnant with his baby. When Barney learns that she isn't pregnant, he celebrates by creating what he hopes will be a new national holiday: Not a Father's Day. Ted and Robin try to open Barney's eyes to who are not fathers. Meanwhile, Marshall and Lily are contemplating having a baby. When Marshall has to skip a planned baby making session due to a work meeting, Lily begins to wonder if she and Marshall really are ready to be parents. She calls in Robin and Ted for their advice, they who are on opposing sides of the issue. As Robin and Ted debate the general issues of parenthood, Lily, with the assistance of a bottle of wine, goes to Marshall's office invading his meeting to tell him her decision in only the way a drunken wannabe mom can. Written by
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The degree on the wall in Marshall's office is from Ohio Wesleyan University. Marshall, however, attended Wesleyan University in Connecticut. See more
Robin states "I have a permit for that" for the handgun in her purse. Private citizens in New York City cannot get "carry permits" for handguns. See more
[about having a baby
Marshall's really excited. But I think he only see's what's cute about having a baby, not what's hard about it.
Like the other day, while Marshall was playing with baby Jeremy, I was talking with Jeremy's mom.
Thank so much for inviting us over. I have not talked to another adult in like weeks. Well, besides my husband, but 'It's your turn to change him' and 'Make him shut up' really doesn't count as conversation. Sorry. I'm rambling. I haven't gotten laid in ...
Cats in the Cradle
Written by Harry Chapin
& Sandy Chapin
Performed by Neil Patrick Harris See more