After watching Ted and Victoria together, Marshall, who is trying to channel his inner goddess, and Lily believe Ted is missing all the signs that Victoria is throwing at him to move their relationship to the next level and get married. If Marshall and Lily are correct, Ted has to figure out why he and Victoria are at different places in their relationship and what that means for their long term future. Meanwhile, Barney has acquired a new real dog of a wing-man, just like himself. Robin believes that Barney's relationship with his new wing-man is Barney's cry for help in dealing with his break-up with Quinn. In Robin's effort to help Barney through his crisis, Nick comes to an understanding of where he fits in Robin's life in comparison to her closest group of friends.
Did You Know?
There is a scene in the bar where Marshall parodies Sex and the City. In his film Forgetting Sarah Marshall, he pretends to be the ladies of Sex and the City in a bar. See more
Why wouldn't she just come right out and say what she wants?
Men! It's like if there weren't pickle jars to open and spiders to kill and computers to back up, what would be their point?
Performed by The Swell Season See more