Ted Mosby: Barney, this is an intervention.
Ted Mosby: Quinn-tervention. You and Quinn are moving really fast, and we don't trust her. We're just looking out for your best interests.
[Marshall coughs again]
Ted Mosby: Quinn-terests.
Barney Stinson: Fine I'll fill her in and I am so angry I am not even going to make a joke about filling her in, which I did three times last night. Self five!
Robin Scherbatsky: [Ted and Robin clash over the apartment Quinn is subletting, and Robin lays out the real reason why she wants it so bad] Hasn't it ever occurred to you that the last few weeks haven't been easy for me either? In the span of one day, my engagement fell apart, I lost my best friend, then I lost my apartment, and now, I'm about to lose my job.
Ted Mosby: What do you mean?
Robin Scherbatsky: I've been completely distracted at work, and now my boss wants to see me Friday at five o'clock, which in the office is known as "Fire o'clock."
Ted Mosby: I had no idea.
Robin Scherbatsky: How could you? The one person I want to talk to most barely looks me in the eye anymore, much less returns my calls. Ted, I know it took guts to tell me you love me and I know how much it hurt that I didn't say it back, but... damn it, this sucks for me too. I miss you. Is there any way we could just... go back to normal?
Ted Mosby: I don't think I can do normal anymore.
Barney Stinson: And now to seal this sacred vow, the two ladies will kiss.
Robin Scherbatsky: [Complaining] Barney!
Barney Stinson: The two ladies will kiss!
Robin Scherbatsky: [Robin and Lily kiss and Robin tries to pull away, but Lily keeps kissing her] Uh, Lily.
Lily Aldrin: Sorry.
Barney Stinson: And now the gentlemen...
Ted Mosby: [Serious protest] DUDE!
Barney Stinson: [Adamant] And now the gentlemen!
[Marshall and Ted kiss]
Barney Stinson: I was going to say "And now the gentlemen bump fists." How long you been holding back that one?