Robin Scherbatsky: I can't believe my great grandparents still do that.
Barney Stinson: And I never imagined a walker being used for anything other than walking.
Lily Aldrin: [Sword fighting with Robin, imitating Inigo Montoya from The Princess Bride] My name is Rodrigo Degoya, you killed someone I love, prepare to dance!
Narrator: Yes, kids, that's what your Aunt Lily thought the line was.
Ted Mosby: Thanks for not telling Robin the list was mine. But I don't get it. You're so against me moving. Why'd you help me out?
Lily Aldrin: For a guy that loves New York this much, to leave it... You must really need to go, huh?
Ted Mosby: Yeah. I really do.
Lily Aldrin: Okay. But there's still one item left on this list. Time to check it off.
Ted Mosby: Yeah, I should probably wait for Marshall.
Lily Aldrin: Well, we both know he may not get here in time. Be honest: Have you been avoiding Barney?
Ted Mosby: Maybe a little.
Lily Aldrin: This is the biggest weekend of his life, and you're his best bro. No matter how awkward you feel, if you're not there for him, you will always regret it. Hey, Ted?
Ted Mosby: Yeah.
Lily Aldrin: You wrote down all these things to say goodbye to. But so many of them are good things. Why not just say goodbye to the bad things? Say goodbye to all the times you felt lost. To all the times that was a no instead of a yes. To all the scrapes and bruises. To all the heartache. Say goodbye to everything you really want to do for the last time. But don't go have one last scotch with Barney... Have the first scotch, toasting Barney's new life. Because that's a good thing, and the good things will always be here waiting for you.
[flashbacks of many of the bad things Ted has gone through over the years flashes over the screen as Lily speaks. When Lily is done, Ted smiles]
Lily Aldrin: What?
Ted Mosby: Turn the page.
Lily Aldrin: [turns the page] "Get one last life lecture from Lily." Oh, you're dreaming if you think that's the last one of those.
Barney Stinson: You avoiding the family too?
James Stinson: 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.