In the aftermath of Robin and Barney's break-up, Robin isn't yet ready to date again, although her new co-anchor Don seems attracted to her and he seems to be a great guy, especially from Marshall's perspective. So when Don calls to ask Robin for a date, she is about to say no until someone intervenes on her behalf. Conversely, Barney has been back to his womanizing ways. However, the latest woman he meets named Anita has been a conundrum as she appears to want to sleep with him, but at the last minute she turns down his sexual advances. Telling the gang this story, Ted realizes that Anita is using a tactic in a new guidebook for single women in how to empower themselves on the dating scene. When Barney finds out that Anita is not only using the strategies in the book but is the book's author, Barney, on Ted's advice, comes up with a plan to circumvent Anita's strategy. Later, the gang minus Barney learn that Barney meeting Anita was not by accident, and learn the reason for the not ... Written by
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During her interview with Anita, Robin says "but um," the infamous phrase that Ted's students listen for in a drinking game. See more
[Interviewing Anita on her show
But, um, if you had to summarize your book in thirty words or less?
I'll summarize it in one word, Robin. And that word is "No". By saying no constantly and consistently you empower yourself, while simultaneously turning any jerk into a submissive, sniveling puddle of a man.
And isn't that every girls dream. After the break we're going to talk about your new book "Of Course You Don't Have a Retirement Plan Yet, Take a Look at Yourself You Dumb Slut"; due out in ...
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