Just before the wedding, Robin is wondering whether she is making a mistake in marrying Barney. She feels that her husband should have come through for her in finding her locket. Ted, who does have her locket, has to decide what to do with it and what to tell her about it. Meanwhile, Barney is having problems writing his wedding vows. Marshall and Lily believe they are the wedding vow experts. However, Barney points out how they have not kept any of their wedding vows. Barney's point makes Marshall and Lily critically examine what they said to each other seven years ago. In turn, their review of their vows help Barney come up with his.
Did You Know?
At the beginning of the episode when Ted and Robin are talking and Ted mentions not wanting to hang out with the guy who's wives keep ending up dead at the bottom of his staircase, he is referencing the 2004 documentary series The Staircase
(2004) which would later be added to Netflix and garner world-wide attention. See more
The wedding layout is wrong. Unless it is a Jewish Wedding, the Bride's side at a wedding is to the left as you face the alter. See more
[reading Barney's intended weddings vows
I vow to love you forever unconditionally, unless you pudge out, in which case I'm a Barney-shaped hole in the wall.
References The Goonies
Written by Richard Wagner See more