As both Robin and Barney's elderly relatives start to arrive in Farhamptom, both openly muse about their relatives' lives and that they are probably no longer doing it after all these years. So Robin and Barney decide they need to have sex one more time before marriage ruins the magic of the act. Locked out of their suite without any way to get to the lobby to get another key before they are spotted by said relatives who they know won't leave them alone once they see them, they try to find someplace - anyplace - in the inn to have that last pre-marriage sex without being spotted by any of the relatives. Lily comes across a list Ted has written about all the things he wants to do in New York before he moves to Chicago, that fact which Lily still is the only of his friends that know. They discuss many aspects of the list, primarily the only thing not yet checked off and the overall nature of the list. And as Marshall and Daphne drive through Wisconsin, Marshall can't help but show his ... Written by
Did You Know?
The film The Princess Bride
(1987) and Mandy Patinkin
who portrayed one of the main characters (Inigo Montoya) is mentioned frequently throughout the whole of this episode. Marshall and Ted citing famous lines of Inigo Montoya during their sword fight, as well tries Lily when she is fighting with Robin. Robin also mentions Mandy Patinkin several times as being a magical phrase attracting old people. She and Barney use it to gather their elderly relatives. See more
Ted and Marshal "duel" with their display swords and cut Lily's dress. Display swords are not sharpened on the blade to the point they would have cut the dress. See more
You avoiding the family too?
I'm gay, I'm black and I'm getting a divorce. Those walking skeletons are gonna have more questions for me than their pharmacists.
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