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No Questions Asked 

When Daphne sends a troubling text message to Lily, Marshall enlists the gang's help to remove the message while enforcing the "No Questions Asked" rule.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Tracy McConnell (credit only)
Captain Dearduff
Bellhop (as Tre Moye)


Lily is angry at Marshall for purposely booking the room at the inn that is purportedly haunted. Not that Lily is afraid of ghosts - or so she says - but that the inn management is using the excuse of the haunting as justification for the shoddy state of the room. This issue is the least of Marshall's worries as he learns that Daphne texted Lily with news that he accepted a job as a judge in New York, even after they decided to move to Italy. He asks all his friends individually to delete the last text on Lily's phone, "no questions asked", such a request which each owes him. As such, each may be working at cross purposes to the other in getting the task done. Meanwhile, Robin and Barney both realize that they still do things without consulting the other, which they can't continue to do if their marriage is to work. Written by Huggo

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Comedy | Romance


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28 October 2013 (USA)  »

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In this episode, Marshall says he's never had a reason nor desire to ask Lily to do a favor for him "no questions asked". However, in S2E02 "The Scorpion and the Toad" after Lily returns from San Francisco and Barney has just "rack jacked" twins from Marshall, he asks her to do him a favor but to never ask him why. Lily then goes into the bar and throws a drink in Barney's face. Moments later, pretending to be her own twin, she does it again. See more »


Ted Mosby: I just have to figure out how to get into Lily's room.
Marshall Eriksen: Easy. The lock on her door is busted, so...
Ted Mosby: [not listening] The drainpipe!
Marshall Eriksen: What?
Ted Mosby: No big deal, I can totally climb it. I'll call you when it's done.
Marshall Eriksen: Her door is unlock-
[Ted hangs up on him]
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Whats the point?
29 October 2013 | by (Faroe Islands) – See all my reviews

This is my first review on IMDb, and i am actually sad that it is written on such a bad episode, of a rather good TV Show. I have been a HIMYM fan for some years now, and i remember the excitement, and long nights waiting for the upcoming episode, but now? There is no doubt, that How I Met Your Mother doesn't have the same quality episodes as earlier, but this season is a complete waste of time. The humor is bad, the lines are bad, and the plot is terrible. Whats the point of these kind of episodes in the final season of such a show? I want every episode to be great, and memorable, not meaningless episodes with no plot. I wish that the writers would realize, that they are about to completely ruin this show, by putting the worst final season seen on TV. However, there is still time to recover, let the next episodes get the show back on track, with some actual fun and meaning. I Believe that we haven't seen the last great episode, and there are still more positive things to come, make it right.

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