Ted, who came across the costume in a costume rental shop and discovered its rental records, finally tracks down the potential woman of his dreams that he met at a Halloween party ten years ago. He coined that woman the Slutty Pumpkin because of the costume. She is Naomi, and once Ted tracks her down, he finds that she is as beautiful as he remembers and she is as eager to hook up with him as he is with her. After ten years of anticipation however, Ted finds that something isn't quite right with their relationship, but he's willing to endure those problems after ten years of waiting. But one can only endure so much. How will Naomi feel if and when Ted tells her things aren't working? Meanwhile, Marshall and Lily are dreading receiving yet another "used" gift from Lily's grandparents - previous gifts which included things like a lawnmower - that they just can't use in their life in the city. What Lily's grandparents give them this time is another in that vein but slightly grander: ... Written by
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In 'The Slutty Pumpkin Returns' Lily tries to convince Marshall to move into her grandparents house by offering to buy him a pinball machine. When he asks where he will position it in the house she replies "You can stick it anywhere you want". This is an in-joke on her Buffy co-star Sarah Michelle Gellar
who used the same line under very different circumstances in her film Cruel Intentions
(1999). See more
In the dream sequence at the end when Barney fights his Canadian alter ego, Barney is no longer wearing the ducky tie around his arm, which would be in violation of his bet with Marshall. See more
[Barney has just sipped a drink to drown the fact that he has Canadian blood
This is nice. What is this?
[Spits out drink
I want Scotch... American Scotch, from Scotland! Just get that swill away from me!
[hands back glass to waitress and makes cat-like hiss; to Robin
Why are you doing this to me?
You've been ripping on Canada since Justin Bieber was knee-high to a snowblower, so now this Canuck's gonna be on you like the drummer from the Yukon Blondes, high up on Timbits.
References The Price Is Right
Written by Ed Robertson
Performed by Barenaked Ladies See more