As Robin contemplates moving in with her new boyfriend Don, Ted and Barney both decide that they want her back. Meanwhile, Marshall and Lily think they've revolutionized modern marriage when they begin sleeping in separate beds.

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When Ted and Barney jeopardize Robin's new relationship by professing their love for her, Robin realizes that she is finally over them. Meanwhile, after spending a weekend sleeping in twin beds, Marshall and Lily decide to get twin beds at home. Written by CBS Publicity

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In hindsight, Barney's line to Ted about Robin saying "I'll take her till she's forty and then you can have her." foreshadows how things will turn for the three of them. See more »

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Lily Aldrin: Can't we at least push them together?
Marshall Eriksen: Sure! Oh, you mean the twin beds. No, I don't want that.
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Not A Good Episode.
17 January 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

One of the silliest episode ever of how I Met your mother. Normally any episode that features the brilliant Neil Patrick Harris as Barney Stinson front and centre, automatically raises the quality of the episode. Sadly this is not the case here, as his storyline is very silly.

Plot In A Paragraph: When Robin announces she is contemplating moving in with her new boyfriend Don, Who is upset that she dated both Barney and Ted. Barney and Ted both decide they must have her back. Meanwhile Marshall and Lily started sleeping in separate beds.

The Marshall and Lily story seem like a mere filler, and whilst Neil Patrick Harris remains watchable as always, through no fault of his own, this is not one of his better half hours.

Whilst the ending was meant to be sad, I don't care if we don't see Robin again, as I just don't connect with her character at all. Along with Ted she is my least favourite character. Though the fact she left only one thing in the room was touching.


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