Ted Mosby: [Lily and Marshall arrive at Ted's apartment and see it empty. Lily sees note] Dear Lily and Marshall, I don't know if you know this, but I never took your names off the lease. Well, today, I took my name off it. The apartment... is now yours and I think I've found what to do with Robin's old room
[They walk in to Robin's old room and find that it is painted blue and has been turned in to a baby room]
Ted Mosby: . You see, for me, this place had begun to feel haunted. At first I thought it was haunted by Robin, but I now think it was haunted by me. Well, no ghost is at peace until it finally moves on. I need a change, and I think you do too. This apartment needs some new life, so please, make our old home your new home. It is now ghost-free. Love, Ted.
Ted Mosby: It's not a date, it's you going to a strip club paying for lap dances!
Barney Stinson: If it's not a date, why'd she say that every fifth dance is free?
Ted Mosby: Because that's the Lusty Leopard's policy on Friday nights, and I'm so mad at you that I know that!
Barney Stinson: [Having spent some good time with Karma, Barney has just discovered that she is using the same routine on everybody else] Did I deserve this? Absolutely. I've told some outrageous lies. I have told women that I was famous, a war hero, that sex with me would cure their nearsightedness...
Ted Mosby: Maybe it's destiny?
Barney Stinson: Nah, Destiny strips at the Melon Patch. They're people Ted, try to keep 'em straight.