Marshall and Marvin are almost at the Farhampton Inn, they who get a ride for the final stretch from an unexpected source, the driver who seems to know just a little too much about Marshall's life without he knowing who she is. Meanwhile, someone associated with the wedding that neither Robin or Lily seems to know approaches them. As they try to figure out who he is, he ends up working his charm on them, before something he says ends up driving them apart, perhaps forever. That same person does exactly the same thing later with Barney and Ted. Marshall's current chauffeur may be able to shed some light on who this person is, and why a "bass player wanted" ad is the final straw for her in wanting to get her revenge on him. And Ted and Barney discuss what Ted sees as Barney's overuse of the phrase "that's the dream". They have to decide what really is "the dream" for both of them. Written by
Did You Know?
The $600-a-bottle scotch brand name, Glen McKenna, is made up. The creators thought it best that way, to avoid legal issues. It is named after Chris McKenna, a writer/producer who has worked with the shows creators. See more
When Ted steals the $600 bottle of Scotch for Barney, Barney says "That's grand larceny."
Actually, in New York, for the crime to qualify for "Grand Larceny," the item stolen must have a value of over $1000. See more
At the reception, I'll yell, "The lead singer sucks skunk junk" after every song. I'll come up with something better than "skunk junk". No, no, "skunk junk" is pretty solid.
You can't yell that at the lead singer because I don't suck skunk junk.
[baby Marvin Eriksen is heard to say "skunk junk"
For the record... his first word was "Mommy".
Marshall Vs. the Machines
Written by Carter Bays
& Craig Thomas
Performed by Jason Segel See more