Lily Aldrin: [Marshall has arrived home from his job interview] Hey baby, how'd it go?
Marshall Eriksen: Lily, this year, this nasty schoolyard bully of a year will not stop punching me in the face. How did we kick off 2011? My dad died. And now, after five months of unemployment, I just blew my dream job. Good news is, in a few seconds, I'm gonna start heaving my guts out because that's what life is to me now: just losing what's inside until I'm just empty.
Lily Aldrin: Baby, come here.
Marshall Eriksen: I just want to shut my eyes for a few seconds before it starts
[Marshall goes to his bedroom and lies down]
Narrator: And Marshall slept...
[the set darkens and then lights up again]
Narrator: All night.
Marshall Eriksen: [Marshall wakes up to find out that he hadn't gotten sick at all. In a later scene, Lily comes into the room] Lily, it's a miracle! I didn't get sick! I-I-I didn't get sick.
Lily Aldrin: I know, baby.
[reveals a pregnancy tester in her hands]
Lily Aldrin: ... I'm pregnant.
Ted Mosby: It's just, there are so many decisions be made. What if I make all the wrong ones and the building just sucks?
Barney Stinson: Not possible. Your building is new. And I have one rule: New is always better.
Ted Mosby: You can't keep changing your one rule if they're always different rules.
Barney Stinson: Ahhh... but "New is always better" is my oldest rule, which makes it the best.
Zoey Pierson: Hey, you wanna get coffee some time?
Robin Scherbatsky: You know that "coffee" is a code for I want to get back together, right ?
Ted Mosby: At first I wasn't sure, but then she said something that got me thinking.
Zoey Pierson: I wanna get back together.
Robin Scherbatsky: [Ted and Barney are arguing over who will press the Arcadian detonator, and Robin will have none of it] Guys, I dated you both, and neither of you is good at pressing or even finding "the button". After some awkward pawing around, that building is gonna fake an implosion, say, "Baby, that was great" and go to sleep.
Ted Mosby: Do you know how many people it takes to change fifty-thousand light bulbs?
Barney Stinson: Are these people Irish? Polish? Blondes? What are we dealing with here?
Marshall Eriksen: A man can do a lot of living in three hours.
Barney Stinson: That is going to be legend... wait for it... dary adjacent. Legendary adjacent!
Robin Scherbatsky: I guess I get it.
Barney Stinson: What do you mean?
Robin Scherbatsky: No matter how bad things got, Ted really did loved Zoey for a minute there. Didn't he?
Barney Stinson: Yeah... he did. And she loved him, too. Didn't she?
Robin Scherbatsky: Yes, she did.