After telling Robin that he loves her, things fall apart for she and Ted and he figures that it's all over for the two of them, but not for long as Ted finds out from Lily after she met Robin that she (Robin) likes him and Ted tries once again to win her affections, by throwing a party at his and Marshall's place, but it turns into 3 parties in 3 nights, when Robin was a no show for the first 2. Meanwhile, after Lily said yes to Marshall's marriage proposal, she has become extra affectionate to him in the bedroom and Marshall is worrying about finishing a huge paper to write for law school, that is due soon.
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After the second party, Marshall said: "Alright, we threw two parties. Everybody had fun. Everybody wanged, everybody chunged". This is a reference to the 1986 song "Everybody Have Fun Tonight" by Wang Chung
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When Robin is reporting from "The Razzle Dazzle Supermarket" on 75th and Columbus to cover the child stuck in the prize machine with the purple giraffe, as she's signing off you can hear her director yell "we're clear" and the child stops waving and eases down as if it were scripted for him to do so (giving the indication that it wasn't in fact a genuine accident that Robin/Metro News 1 was covering, but a in fact a scripted one) See more
I got it. I don't ask her out. I invite her to our party next Friday.
We're having a party next Friday?
We are now. Casual.
Yeah, 'cause nothing says "casual" like inviting a hundred people over just to mack on one girl. Oh, and Lily, that's my leg.
[playing footsie under the table, she freaks out and stops
You waited five minutes to tell me that?
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