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3Kids,
4Barney's mom had this blouse
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8that she absolutely loved,
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12<i>but then Robin won it</i>
13<i>in a poker game,</i>
14
154
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17<i>which led</i>
18<i>to some slight awkwardness.</i>
19
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22You won the battle...
23but I'll win the war.
24
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27Game on, bitch.
28
297
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31<i>Please, Mom,</i>
32<i>I need you to just be cool.</i>
33
348
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36Okay, can you do that for me?
37
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40For you, yes.
41
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44And for Robin?
45
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48She's gonna be
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52your daughter in 33 hours.
53
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56Daughter in <i>law.</i>
57
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60Making it illegal
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64for you not
65to treat her like a daughter.
66
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69In-lawyered.
70
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73Please, Mom.
74
7518
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77All Robin wants to do is
78put this whole thing behind her
79
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82so she can get married and
83put this whole thing behind her.
84
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87Ah! Get-this-over-with-quickly
88so-we-can
89
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92move-past-how-awkward-it-was
93that-I-just-said-that five!
94
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97Fine. If Robin's ready
98to bury the hatchet,
99
10023
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102then I guess
103I'm ready to bury the hatchet.
104
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107Morning, bitches.
108Like my new blouse?
109
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112Oh, hell, <i>no!</i>
113No, Mom. Mom!
114
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117Hey, hey, hey, hey!
118
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121<font color=#00FF00>♪ How I Met Your Mother 9x08 ♪</font>
122<font color=#00FFFF>The Lighthouse</font>
123Original Air Date on November 4, 2013
124
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127== sync, corrected by <font color=#00FF00>elderman</font> ==
128<font color=#00FFFF>@elder_man</font>
129
13029
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132<i>Kids, not far</i>
133<i>from the Farhampton Inn,</i>
134
13530
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137<i>there's a lighthouse.</i>
138
13931
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141<i>It's a really special place,</i>
142
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145<i>and that morning</i>
146<i>I wanted to see it for myself.</i>
147
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150<i>There was just one problem.</i>
151
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154Look, I'm sorry, Ted, but-but
155
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158I can't in good faith send
159a lonely guy like yourself
160
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163to the top
164of a very romantic,
165
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168and more to the point,
169a very tall lighthouse.
170
17138
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173I don't want your blood
174on my hands,
175
17639
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178and I mean that literally,
179because it would be my job to...
180
18140
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183to hose down the rocks.
184
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187<i>Now, late the night before,</i>
188
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191<i>thanks to Marshall's</i>
192<i>travel companion, Daphne,</i>
193
19443
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196<i>Lily had received</i>
197<i>some unsettling news.</i>
198
19944
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201I'm gonna be a judge.
202
20345
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205<i>Screwing up their</i>
206<i>whole plan to move to Italy.</i>
207
20846
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210<i>She wasn't happy.</i>
211
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214Yes, I'm in a rotten mood.
215
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218No, I don't want
219to talk about it.
220
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223Yes, this has
224booze in it.
225
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228No, it's not
229my first.
230
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233You want to make this brunch
234a drunch?
235
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238You do you, I'm not gonna judge.
239
24053
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242I'm gonna be a judge.
243
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246Judge.
247
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250Thank you, Linus.
251
25256
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254<i>As for Marshall and Daphne,</i>
255
25657
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258<i>they got caught</i>
259<i>in that big storm.</i>
260
26158
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263<i>Luckily, they had a place</i>
264<i>to crash for the night.</i>
265
26659
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268<i>My childhood home.</i>
269
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272<i>Okay, that sign</i>
273<i>might not have been there.</i>
274
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277Thank you so much for letting
278us stay the night, Mrs. Mosby.
279
28062
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282Oh, it's our pleasure.
283
28463
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286I'm just glad that storm has passed.
287Oh.
288
28964
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291But there's one storm
292that hasn't passed,
293
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296isn't there, Marshall?
297
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300Hey, Clint.
301
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304You know what I'm talking
305about, don't you, Marshall?
306
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309I'm talking about the one
310that's been raining
311
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314cats and dogs all over
315this-this, this friendship.
316
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319This isn't a friendship.
320
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323Oh.
324
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327Nice.
328
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331We're reluctant
332travel companions.
333
33474
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336Well, little known fact
337about me.
338
33975
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341I'm an almost-graduate
342
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345of the Conflict Resolution
346program over at... at Tri-C.
347
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350I even had my own practice
351at Van Aken Plaza
352
35378
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355before the manager
356of the Wendy's
357
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360made me stop hogging the booth.
361
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364The point is,
365I can fix this.
366
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369Oh, I don't know, Clint.
370
37182
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373♪ Gonna resolve some conflicts
374
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377♪ Gonna resolve
378some conflicts ♪
379
38084
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382♪ Gonna make
383a deeper understanding ♪
384
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387♪ Through mediation.
388
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391Okay, you know what?
392We have to hit the road.
393
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396But, um, Mrs. Mosby, do you
397mind if I take this mug?
398
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401I would very much like
402
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405to make fun of Ted
406next time I see him.
407
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410Of course.
411
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414You know, when Ted was seven,
415
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418he and his best friend
419took this Wild West photo
420
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423together at Geauga Lake.
424
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427I could go look for it.
428
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431We really should get going.
432
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435His best friend was a balloon.
436
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439What's a few more minutes?
440
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443Yeah, you're gonna want that.
444
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447So... what's everyone
448doing this morning?
449
450100
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452Oh, well, I kind of feel
453like playing some tennis.
454
455101
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457Maybe we should reserve a court.
458
459102
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461Court.
462
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465Thank you, Linus.
466
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469Pancakes and eggs, Robin?
470
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473I guess that blouse won't be
474loose and flowy for long.
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478Mom...
479
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482Keep talking, Loretta.
483
484108
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486I've been waiting
487all morning to...
488
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491ketchup.
492
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495Oops.
496
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499You're not supposed to put
500ketchup on scrambled eggs.
501
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504Right, Loretta, because
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508you're the queen
509of scrambled eggs.
510
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513Actually, that's
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517exactly what she is.
518
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521When Mom was
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525a groupie in the '70s,
526
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529her scrambled eggs made her the
530darling of the MSG loading dock.
531
532119
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534Lot of songs written
535about those scrambled eggs.
536
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539ZZ Top's "She's Got Legs"?
540
541121
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543Originally "She's Got Eggs."
544
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547Led Zeppelin?
548
549123
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551"Scramble On."
552
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555Steve Miller?
556
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559"The Yolker."
560
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563If you listen to Pink Floyd's
564<i>Dark Side of the Moon</i>
565
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568while eating her eggs,
569it lines up perfectly.
570
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573While I'm sure it was
574your mother's cooking skills
575
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578that made her so popular with
579Zed Zed Top and their ilk,
580
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583I know for a fact
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587that she does not make
588the best scrambled eggs.
589
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592Because my mom makes
593the best scrambled eggs.
594
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597<i>Kids, we've known</i>
598<i>your Aunt Robin</i>
599
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602<i>for eight years at that point,</i>
603
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606<i>and here's what we knew</i>
607<i>about her mom.</i>
608
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611My mom is terrified
612of flying.
613
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616My mom got stung
617by a jellyfish.
618
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621My mom makes
622the best scrambled eggs.
623
624139
62500:05:03,044 --> 00:05:05,228
626<i>And... that's everything.</i>
627
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630In fact, she should be here
631any minute.
632
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635Barney,
636
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639maybe she can cook you
640some real scrambled eggs
641
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644so you can see what
645you've been missing.
646
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649Don't do this, Robin.
650You can't win the egg war.
651
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654Canadian scrambled eggs,
655how quaint.
656
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659Does your mom put maple syrup
660on them?
661
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664Ha, ha, ha,
665this is all very friendly.
666
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669Get out of this now.
670
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673Why not? We put maple syrup
674on everything else.
675
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678Aw.
679
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682That's it!
683
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686We need your omelet station.
687
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690My son's fiancée is
691about to get served...
692
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695some delicious
696scrambled eggs.
697
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700Or I could go out to the
701driveway and eat some gravel.
702
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705Wait. Sorry.
706Did you say gravel or gavel?
707
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710Gravel. Why would
711I say gavel?
712
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715Gavel.
716
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719Thank you, Linus.
720
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723Curtis, can I please
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727have a map to the lighthouse?
728
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731It's a very romantic lighthouse.
732
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735I can't even have a map?
736
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739It's a very romantic map.
740
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743I can't let you go
744without a date.
745
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748Wait a minute.
749Wait a minute.
750
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753What happened to that girl Cassie?
754Cassie?
755
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758<i>Cassie was the girl I'd spent</i>
759
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762<i>the entire previous night</i>
763<i>consoling.</i>
764
765170
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767<i>Just consoling.</i>
768
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771Yeah, that's not happening.
772
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775<i>And then, in her anger,</i>
776
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779<i>Lily gave me a piece of advice</i>
780
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783<i>about which</i>
784<i>she would later say...</i>
785
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788Oh, mama, that was
789some bad advice.
790
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793Okay, here's why
794you're an idiot.
795
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798Did you find
799Cassie attractive?
800
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803I guess.
804Is she a relatively normal height?
805
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808Yeah.
809So end up with her already.
810
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813God, do you really think
814
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817that you're gonna find
818some perfect girl
819
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822who checks off every
823item on your list?
824
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827Well, not every item.
828
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831I mean, she doesn't have
832to share my love for coins.
833
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836Although it would
837be nice, just once,
838
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841not to have to go stag
842to Coin-Con.
843
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846Pull your head out
847of your ass, Mosby.
848
849188
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851Do you think Marshall
852always makes me happy?
853
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856I mean, sometimes being
857with him is a real trial.
858
859190
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861Real trial.
862
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865Huh.
866
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869Did it to myself that time.
870
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873Look, Ted, it's
874time to settle.
875
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878Take this normal-sized chick
879up to the lighthouse
880
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883and fall in love with her
884
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887and quit bothering us with
888your dumb love life stuff.
889
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892God, I am so sick of being
893smarter than everyone else.
894
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897You're slipping, Linus.
898
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901We're running
902out of glasses.
903
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906Do you want to just go
907to the stupid lighthouse?
908
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911Ooh, zitch dog.
912
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91400:07:34,112 --> 00:07:35,728
915Cocker spaniel in the Jetta.
916
917203
91800:07:35,730 --> 00:07:37,947
919That's Marshall
920Eriksen-- 28,
921
922204
92300:07:37,949 --> 00:07:39,014
924Daphne-- zero.
925
926205
92700:07:39,016 --> 00:07:40,817
928For the 28th time,
929
930206
93100:07:40,819 --> 00:07:43,036
932I'm not playing
933your stupid game!
934
935207
93600:07:43,038 --> 00:07:44,454
937Oh, stupid, huh?
938
939208
94000:07:44,456 --> 00:07:45,521
941That's great.
942
943209
94400:07:45,523 --> 00:07:47,540
945I guess Daphne gets
946to pick the music
947
948210
94900:07:47,542 --> 00:07:50,025
950and crap all over
951my fun road-trip games.
952
953211
95400:07:50,027 --> 00:07:52,295
955You know, maybe
956Clint was right.
957
958212
95900:07:52,297 --> 00:07:54,464
960Maybe we do need
961conflict resolution.
962
963213
96400:07:54,466 --> 00:07:55,665
965I knew you guys
966would come around.
967
968214
96900:07:59,273 --> 00:08:01,941
970<i>And so I made up my mind</i>
971<i>to settle for Cassie.</i>
972
973215
97400:08:02,163 --> 00:08:04,997
975So, um, what kind
976of music do you like?
977
978216
97900:08:04,999 --> 00:08:07,866
980Hmm... nothing.
981
982217
98300:08:09,970 --> 00:08:11,721
984<i>Still, I felt optimistic.</i>
985
986218
98700:08:11,723 --> 00:08:13,806
988<i>After all,</i>
989<i>Cassie was cute and single</i>
990
991219
99200:08:13,808 --> 00:08:16,309
993<i>and heck, it's not like</i>
994<i>the universe was telling us</i>
995
996220
99700:08:16,311 --> 00:08:17,710
998<i>we shouldn't be together.</i>
999
1000221
100100:08:22,766 --> 00:08:25,318
1002Here we are. Enjoy.
1003
1004222
100500:08:25,320 --> 00:08:26,719
1006Remember: happy wife,
1007happy life.
1008
1009223
101000:08:26,721 --> 00:08:28,020
1011Pretend
1012they're just okay.
1013
1014224
101500:08:28,022 --> 00:08:31,273
1016Please, Lily,
1017I think I can manage to...
1018
1019225
102000:08:32,192 --> 00:08:34,160
1021Oh, my God.
1022
1023226
102400:08:34,162 --> 00:08:35,361
1025I'm eight years
1026old again,
1027
1028227
102900:08:35,363 --> 00:08:36,712
1030and life is perfect,
1031
1032228
103300:08:36,714 --> 00:08:39,148
1034and I haven't peed my shorts
1035in front of 350 Webelos
1036
1037229
103800:08:39,150 --> 00:08:41,884
1039at the Pinewood Derby Regionals
1040in Wheeling, West Virginia.
1041
1042230
104300:08:41,886 --> 00:08:43,052
1044I'm sorry, Robin.
1045
1046231
104700:08:43,054 --> 00:08:44,387
1048What do you think, Lily?
1049
1050232
105100:08:44,389 --> 00:08:47,039
1052Oh, my God,
1053they are so delicious.
1054
1055233
105600:08:47,041 --> 00:08:49,408
1057Even more delicious than
1058finding out Barney peed himself
1059
1060234
106100:08:49,410 --> 00:08:52,294
1062at the Pinewood Derby Regionals
1063in Wheeling, West Virginia.
1064
1065235
106600:08:52,296 --> 00:08:53,846
1067I'm sorry, Robin.
1068
1069236
107000:08:53,848 --> 00:08:54,764
1071Mmm.
1072Come on,
1073
1074237
107500:08:54,766 --> 00:08:55,848
1076they can't be
1077that good.
1078
1079238
108000:08:55,850 --> 00:08:57,633
1081Oh!
1082
1083239
108400:08:57,635 --> 00:08:59,552
1085Excuse me, Mrs. Stinson,
1086some of our guests
1087
1088240
108900:08:59,554 --> 00:09:01,253
1090smelled your scrambled eggs
1091and were wondering
1092
1093241
109400:09:01,255 --> 00:09:03,522
1095if you could make some
1096for them as well.
1097
1098242
109900:09:03,524 --> 00:09:05,090
1100Oh, I don't think I should...
1101
1102243
110300:09:05,092 --> 00:09:08,361
1104Eggs! Eggs! Eggs!
1105Eggs! Eggs! Eggs!
1106
1107244
110800:09:08,363 --> 00:09:09,812
1109Eggs! Eggs!
1110
1111245
111200:09:09,814 --> 00:09:11,280
1113Clint, what are
1114you doing here?
1115
1116246
111700:09:11,282 --> 00:09:14,066
1118What the Ohio State Board of
1119Holistic Medicine has repeatedly
1120
1121247
112200:09:14,068 --> 00:09:17,286
1123told me I'm in no way qualified
1124to do: my job.
1125
1126248
112700:09:17,288 --> 00:09:20,439
1128When I see a conflict
1129needs resolving, I must act.
1130
1131249
113200:09:20,441 --> 00:09:22,375
1133Plus, Ted's mom wanted me out
1134of the house.
1135
1136250
113700:09:22,377 --> 00:09:24,710
1138So, today, we're gonna build
1139a new paradigm
1140
1141251
114200:09:24,712 --> 00:09:26,245
1143of understanding,
1144
1145252
114600:09:26,247 --> 00:09:29,048
1147and then you're gonna swoop me
1148on back to Shaker Heights.
1149
1150253
115100:09:29,050 --> 00:09:30,082
1152Oh, I need to stop
1153
1154254
115500:09:30,084 --> 00:09:31,550
1156at Record Rev on Coventry.
1157
1158255
115900:09:31,552 --> 00:09:32,835
1160My vaporizer's ready.
1161
1162256
116300:09:32,837 --> 00:09:34,503
1164Marshall, pull over
1165and dump this hippie
1166
1167257
116800:09:34,505 --> 00:09:35,921
1169on the side of the road.
1170
1171258
117200:09:35,923 --> 00:09:37,122
1173I can't do that.
1174
1175259
117600:09:37,124 --> 00:09:38,891
1177♪ Gonna resolve
1178some conflicts ♪
1179
1180260
118100:09:38,893 --> 00:09:40,559
1182♪ Gonna resolve some conflicts
1183
1184261
118500:09:40,561 --> 00:09:41,960
1186Daphne picks the music.
1187
1188262
118900:09:41,962 --> 00:09:43,295
1190♪ Gonna end this argument
1191
1192263
119300:09:43,297 --> 00:09:45,014
1194♪ Between Marshall
1195and his mistress. ♪
1196
1197264
119800:09:45,016 --> 00:09:46,899
1199Oh, come on.
1200Daphne picks the music!
1201
1202265
120300:09:46,901 --> 00:09:49,735
1204Ow! Stupid racecar!
1205
1206266
120700:09:49,737 --> 00:09:51,904
1208This is why children
1209should not have toys!
1210
1211267
121200:09:51,906 --> 00:09:53,906
1213Look, maybe this lighthouse
1214thing isn't such a good idea.
1215
1216268
121700:09:53,908 --> 00:09:55,074
1218No, you don't.
1219
1220269
122100:09:55,575 --> 00:09:56,809
1222You committed,
1223
1224270
122500:09:56,811 --> 00:09:58,944
1226and so did I, so let's go.
1227
1228271
122900:09:59,863 --> 00:10:01,914
1230Oh. Ow! Oh!
1231
1232272
123300:10:01,916 --> 00:10:03,783
1234Actually, it's feeling better.
1235
1236273
123700:10:03,785 --> 00:10:05,284
1238Ow! Oh! No, it's not.
1239
1240274
124100:10:05,286 --> 00:10:07,286
1242Oh.
1243
1244275
124500:10:07,288 --> 00:10:09,088
1246Mom, I don't know
1247why your phone is off.
1248
1249276
125000:10:09,090 --> 00:10:11,290
1251Maybe you left your charger
1252in the pickup truck.
1253
1254277
125500:10:12,543 --> 00:10:14,343
1256But I need you to get here
1257as fast  possible.
1258
1259278
126000:10:14,345 --> 00:10:15,428
1261I know
1262you're probably gonna want
1263
1264279
126500:10:15,430 --> 00:10:16,829
1266to take a hot bath
1267when you get in.
1268
1269280
127000:10:17,548 --> 00:10:18,764
1271She fits in a bathtub.
1272
1273281
127400:10:18,766 --> 00:10:20,683
1275That's good news. Unless...
1276
1277282
127800:10:20,685 --> 00:10:22,701
1279Oh, God, how big are
1280Canadian bathtubs?
1281
1282283
128300:10:22,703 --> 00:10:24,854
1284People ever line up
1285
1286284
128700:10:24,856 --> 00:10:26,105
1288like this for your mom's eggs?
1289
1290285
129100:10:26,107 --> 00:10:30,192
1292Loretta, even <i>I</i> could make
1293better eggs than this.
1294
1295286
129600:10:30,194 --> 00:10:31,944
1297Oh, I'd love it
1298if you'd come teach me
1299
1300287
130100:10:31,946 --> 00:10:33,145
1302how to make scrambled eggs.
1303
1304288
130500:10:33,147 --> 00:10:34,947
1306It's a scramble-off,
1307everybody!
1308
1309289
131000:10:34,949 --> 00:10:37,032
1311A scramble-off
1312to the death!
1313
1314290
131500:10:37,034 --> 00:10:39,318
1316Someone go watch
1317for the cops!
1318
1319291
132000:10:39,320 --> 00:10:41,403
1321Maybe we should have read up
1322on this town
1323
1324292
132500:10:41,405 --> 00:10:43,539
1326before booking our wedding.
1327
1328293
132900:10:43,541 --> 00:10:46,459
1330Let's do some,
1331"When you... I feel."
1332
1333294
133400:10:46,461 --> 00:10:47,860
1335All right, for example,
1336
1337295
133800:10:47,862 --> 00:10:51,163
1339when you don't
1340do trust falls,
1341
1342296
134300:10:51,165 --> 00:10:55,217
1344I feel like you
1345should do trust falls.
1346
1347297
134800:10:55,219 --> 00:10:57,837
1349So just do the
1350damn trust falls.
1351
1352298
135300:10:57,839 --> 00:10:58,871
1354I'm driving a car, Clint.
1355
1356299
135700:10:58,873 --> 00:11:00,306
1358Okay,
1359
1360300
136100:11:00,308 --> 00:11:03,175
1362uh, Daphne, when you say
1363"Drill, baby, drill"
1364
1365301
136600:11:03,177 --> 00:11:06,061
1367every time
1368that we pass a gas station,
1369
1370302
137100:11:06,063 --> 00:11:08,013
1372I feel invalidated.
1373
1374303
137500:11:08,015 --> 00:11:10,516
1376Marshall, when you talk,
1377I feel shut up!
1378
1379304
138000:11:10,518 --> 00:11:12,384
1381That's very good, both of you.
1382
1383305
138400:11:12,386 --> 00:11:14,236
1385Really? Both of us?
1386
1387306
138800:11:14,238 --> 00:11:16,438
1389Name one energy
1390that's better than oil.
1391
1392307
139300:11:16,440 --> 00:11:17,990
1394Wind, solar, hydroelectric.
1395
1396308
139700:11:17,992 --> 00:11:19,575
1398You see what I've been dealing
1399with, Clint?
1400
1401309
140200:11:19,577 --> 00:11:21,861
1403♪ The sticky petroleum
1404clings... ♪
1405
1406310
140700:11:21,863 --> 00:11:23,028
1408Please not now, Clint.
1409
1410311
141100:11:23,030 --> 00:11:25,731
1412♪ To the pelican's
1413broken wings ♪
1414
1415312
141600:11:25,733 --> 00:11:29,668
1417♪ Hey, Mr. Oilman,
1418what have you done... ♪
1419
1420313
142100:11:29,670 --> 00:11:31,570
1422Stop, stop, stop, please.
1423Enough! Clint,
1424
1425314
142600:11:31,572 --> 00:11:33,372
1427I'm tired of your beard
1428and I'm tired
1429
1430315
143100:11:33,374 --> 00:11:35,541
1432of this stupid therapy session.
1433And I'm tired
1434
1435316
143600:11:35,543 --> 00:11:39,077
1437of the way that your songs have
1438a-a laxative effect on Marvin!
1439
1440317
144100:11:39,079 --> 00:11:41,079
1442And on me. Every time
1443Clint starts singing,
1444
1445318
144600:11:41,081 --> 00:11:42,848
1447I just got to go.
1448Yeah.
1449
1450319
145100:11:42,850 --> 00:11:46,752
1452It's like, uh, the only
1453trust fall when you sing
1454
1455320
145600:11:46,754 --> 00:11:50,723
1457is that I "trust"
1458that a piece of poop
1459
1460321
146100:11:50,725 --> 00:11:54,276
1462is gonna "fall" out
1463of my son's butt.
1464
1465322
146600:11:55,780 --> 00:11:58,063
1467Hey, Clint, how about that?
1468
1469323
147000:11:58,065 --> 00:11:59,732
1471You got us to agree on something.
1472Yeah.
1473
1474324
147500:11:59,734 --> 00:12:02,651
1476We both think you're a loser.
1477
1478325
147900:12:02,653 --> 00:12:04,770
1480This therapy works.
1481
1482326
148300:12:04,772 --> 00:12:06,155
1484No!
1485
1486327
148700:12:06,157 --> 00:12:08,123
1488That is not the way
1489therapy works at all!
1490
1491328
149200:12:08,125 --> 00:12:10,108
1493Do you think this is
1494some kind of a joke?!
1495
1496329
149700:12:10,110 --> 00:12:11,744
1498This is my career!
1499
1500330
150100:12:11,746 --> 00:12:14,663
1502I will not go back to
1503coaching the Browns!
1504
1505331
150600:12:14,665 --> 00:12:15,664
1507Why can't people take
1508
1509332
151000:12:15,666 --> 00:12:17,082
1511what I do seriously?!
1512
1513333
151400:12:17,084 --> 00:12:20,085
1515God!
1516
1517334
151800:12:22,456 --> 00:12:24,723
1519Oh, my God. One more.
1520
1521335
152200:12:24,725 --> 00:12:27,893
1523Oh, my God. Okay. Oh, my God.
1524
1525336
152600:12:30,314 --> 00:12:33,649
1527God, that was a lot of stairs.
1528I'm exhausted.
1529
1530337
153100:12:33,651 --> 00:12:35,634
1532My chest is on fire.
1533
1534338
153500:12:35,636 --> 00:12:36,986
1536Oh.
1537
1538339
153900:12:36,988 --> 00:12:41,073
1540Ooh! So, Mr. Arch-itect,
1541
1542340
154300:12:41,075 --> 00:12:42,825
1544what do we do now?
1545
1546341
154700:12:42,827 --> 00:12:45,411
1548Fall in love or something?
1549
1550342
155100:12:45,413 --> 00:12:47,496
1552<i>And, kids, as I stood</i>
1553<i>on that lighthouse</i>
1554
1555343
155600:12:47,498 --> 00:12:50,816
1557<i>and looked at that girl, I felt</i>
1558<i>something happen inside me,</i>
1559
1560344
156100:12:50,818 --> 00:12:53,335
1562<i>something that had only</i>
1563<i>happened one other time</i>
1564
1565345
156600:12:53,337 --> 00:12:55,254
1567<i>in my entire adult life.</i>
1568
1569346
157000:12:57,341 --> 00:12:59,041
1571<i>Okay, scrambled eggs.</i>
1572
1573347
157400:12:59,043 --> 00:13:00,843
1575Here we go.
1576
1577348
157800:13:00,845 --> 00:13:03,145
1579Where is the egg opener?
1580
1581349
158200:13:04,514 --> 00:13:07,332
1583Never mind. I'll pre-scramble
1584them. It's fine.
1585
1586350
158700:13:08,385 --> 00:13:11,003
1588Okay, fine, Loretta.
1589You know what? You win.
1590
1591351
159200:13:11,005 --> 00:13:11,837
1593I don't
1594know how
1595
1596352
159700:13:11,839 --> 00:13:14,006
1598to cook egg.
1599
1600353
160100:13:14,008 --> 00:13:15,941
1602If you don't even know how
1603to make scrambled eggs,
1604
1605354
160600:13:15,943 --> 00:13:17,342
1607I just worry what
1608kind of breakfast
1609
1610355
161100:13:17,344 --> 00:13:19,979
1612you're gonna be serving
1613my grandchildren.
1614
1615356
161600:13:19,981 --> 00:13:21,780
1617Well, lucky you
1618
1619357
162000:13:21,782 --> 00:13:25,234
1621because that is one thing you
1622won't ever have to worry about.
1623
1624358
162500:13:33,243 --> 00:13:36,462
1626Mom, Robin
1627can't have kids.
1628
1629359
163000:13:39,247 --> 00:13:42,888
1631Every single job I take on,
1632it's always the same!
1633
1634360
163500:13:42,889 --> 00:13:45,473
1636"The coffee maker has to stay
1637in the office, Clint!"
1638
1639361
164000:13:45,475 --> 00:13:49,477
1641"You still have to wear pants
1642on Casual Friday, Clint!"
1643
1644362
164500:13:49,479 --> 00:13:50,311
1646"We didn't
1647
1648363
164900:13:50,313 --> 00:13:51,562
1650hire you, Clint!"
1651
1652364
165300:13:51,564 --> 00:13:52,963
1654Well, God,
1655I'm-I'm...
1656
1657365
165800:13:52,965 --> 00:13:54,465
1659I'm just sick of it. I'm si...
1660
1661366
166200:13:54,467 --> 00:13:57,801
1663Ow. Ow. Oh, I can hear
1664my blood right now.
1665
1666367
166700:13:57,803 --> 00:13:59,937
1668I'm having an attack.
1669I'm having a blood attack.
1670
1671368
167200:13:59,939 --> 00:14:01,105
1673A blood attack?
1674
1675369
167600:14:01,107 --> 00:14:02,440
1677Yeah. Pull over. I need...
1678I-I need to meditate.
1679
1680370
168100:14:02,442 --> 00:14:05,243
1682I got to get my heart rate down.
1683I'll... Ow! Pull over.
1684
1685371
168600:14:05,245 --> 00:14:07,411
1687We're in the middle of nowhere.
1688Pull over!
1689
1690372
169100:14:07,413 --> 00:14:10,281
1692Zitch dog, Labradoodle
1693in a Ford Fusion! Ow!
1694
1695373
169600:14:10,283 --> 00:14:11,782
1697God...
1698
1699374
170000:14:11,784 --> 00:14:13,918
1701Robin can't have kids?
1702
1703375
170400:14:13,920 --> 00:14:15,620
1705But you always wanted children.
1706
1707376
170800:14:15,622 --> 00:14:17,555
1709No, I always <i>liked</i> children.
1710
1711377
171200:14:17,557 --> 00:14:21,225
1713I've always <i>wanted</i> a Lamborghini
1714where there's a hot tub inside.
1715
1716378
171700:14:21,227 --> 00:14:23,377
1718God, I wish that existed.
1719
1720379
172100:14:23,379 --> 00:14:25,263
1722So no grandkids.
1723
1724380
172500:14:26,048 --> 00:14:27,431
1726How long have you known
1727about this?
1728
1729381
173000:14:27,433 --> 00:14:29,467
1731I found out last fall.
1732
1733382
173400:14:29,469 --> 00:14:31,636
1735<i>Robin and I had been</i>
1736<i>hanging out downtown</i>
1737
1738383
173900:14:31,638 --> 00:14:34,322
1740<i>at this very cool secret bar.</i>
1741
1742384
174300:14:34,324 --> 00:14:37,608
1744What a lovely place!
1745
1746385
174700:14:37,610 --> 00:14:39,727
1748Have you ever had
1749sushi that fresh?
1750
1751386
175200:14:39,729 --> 00:14:42,446
1753Okay, I am never getting
1754on a mechanical bull again.
1755
1756387
175700:14:43,616 --> 00:14:46,534
1758I can't believe Marshall
1759and Lily missed out.
1760
1761388
176200:14:46,536 --> 00:14:49,070
1763Promise me,
1764if you ever have kids,
1765
1766389
176700:14:49,072 --> 00:14:51,038
1768you'll sometimes get
1769a babysitter
1770
1771390
177200:14:51,040 --> 00:14:52,856
1773and come have an epic night.
1774
1775391
177600:14:52,858 --> 00:14:56,494
1777Oh, and, P.S., bring the
1778babysitter, she sounds dirty.
1779
1780392
178100:14:56,496 --> 00:14:58,529
1782Actually, I, uh,
1783I can't have kids,
1784
1785393
178600:14:58,531 --> 00:15:00,081
1787so that's not an issue.
1788
1789394
179000:15:01,250 --> 00:15:02,533
1791Really?
1792
1793395
179400:15:02,535 --> 00:15:03,867
1795Yeah.
1796
1797396
179800:15:12,594 --> 00:15:15,146
1799Is it weird
1800that I'm hugging you like this?
1801
1802397
180300:15:15,998 --> 00:15:19,400
1804No, it's not weird.
1805
1806398
180700:15:22,971 --> 00:15:26,223
1808Now it's weird. Mm-hmm.
1809Yep, the rain makes it weird.
1810
1811399
181200:15:26,225 --> 00:15:29,610
1813Mom, I'm not marrying
1814some future possibility
1815
1816400
181700:15:29,612 --> 00:15:31,228
1818of starting a family.
1819
1820401
182100:15:32,364 --> 00:15:33,497
1822I'm marrying a girl.
1823
1824402
182500:15:34,416 --> 00:15:37,168
1826Who means more to me than kids.
1827
1828403
182900:15:37,786 --> 00:15:39,420
1830Or my career.
1831
1832404
183300:15:39,422 --> 00:15:42,290
1834Or even the Lambor-cuzzi,
1835patent pending.
1836
1837405
183800:15:43,258 --> 00:15:45,509
1839So please...
1840
1841406
184200:15:46,345 --> 00:15:47,628
1843...be nice to her?
1844
1845407
184600:15:50,165 --> 00:15:52,667
1847<i>This is ridiculous.</i>
1848
1849408
185000:15:52,669 --> 00:15:54,201
1851Get out there
1852and drag Clint's
1853
1854409
185500:15:54,203 --> 00:15:57,305
1856downward-facing ass back in here
1857so we can get going.
1858
1859410
186000:15:57,307 --> 00:15:59,890
1861Just let him do his thing.
1862
1863411
186400:16:01,927 --> 00:16:03,927
1865Do you know why
1866the Daphnes of the world
1867
1868412
186900:16:03,929 --> 00:16:05,529
1870always get to pick the music
1871
1872413
187300:16:05,531 --> 00:16:07,815
1874and the Marshalls pay
1875all the tolls?
1876
1877414
187800:16:07,817 --> 00:16:08,816
1879Because
1880the Marshalls
1881
1882415
188300:16:08,818 --> 00:16:10,618
1884are so concerned
1885
1886416
188700:16:10,620 --> 00:16:12,703
1888with letting everybody
1889do their thing,
1890
1891417
189200:16:12,705 --> 00:16:15,939
1893and the Daphnes
1894are taking care of Daphne.
1895
1896418
189700:16:15,941 --> 00:16:19,710
1898You can talk to me about solar
1899or wind or hydro-whatever,
1900
1901419
190200:16:19,712 --> 00:16:22,446
1903but the world is always gonna
1904push you around, Marshall.
1905
1906420
190700:16:22,448 --> 00:16:25,049
1908Until you learn
1909to go nuclear.
1910
1911421
191200:16:30,306 --> 00:16:31,946
1913What are you doing?
1914
1915422
191600:16:34,176 --> 00:16:35,843
1917Is this real?
1918
1919423
192000:16:35,845 --> 00:16:37,228
1921Are you doing this?
1922
1923424
192400:16:38,513 --> 00:16:39,847
1925We need some driving music.
1926
1927425
192800:16:39,849 --> 00:16:40,349
1929No!
1930
1931426
193200:16:44,970 --> 00:16:48,072
1933You threw a live grenade
1934into my marriage.
1935
1936427
193700:16:48,807 --> 00:16:51,659
1938You screwed up my whole world.
1939
1940428
194100:16:51,661 --> 00:16:54,745
1942So from now on...
1943
1944429
194500:16:54,747 --> 00:16:57,648
1946we listen to my music.
1947
1948430
194900:16:58,617 --> 00:17:02,152
1950♪ But I would walk 500 miles
1951
1952431
195300:17:02,154 --> 00:17:04,488
1954♪ And I would walk 500 more...
1955
1956432
195700:17:04,490 --> 00:17:06,257
1958I hate this song.
1959
1960433
196100:17:06,259 --> 00:17:07,708
1962Give it time.
1963
1964434
196500:17:09,828 --> 00:17:13,347
1966Zitch dog, beagle
1967in a Beetle.
1968
1969435
197000:17:13,349 --> 00:17:15,883
1971Don't let Loretta
1972get to you.
1973
1974436
197500:17:15,885 --> 00:17:19,186
1976Hey, when your mom gets here,
1977do you want to all go--
1978
1979437
198000:17:19,188 --> 00:17:22,857
1981I don't know--
1982avoid jellyfish?
1983
1984438
198500:17:22,859 --> 00:17:23,724
1986She's not coming.
1987
1988439
198900:17:23,726 --> 00:17:25,276
1990What?
1991
1992440
199300:17:25,278 --> 00:17:26,977
1994I finally got a hold of her.
1995
1996441
199700:17:26,979 --> 00:17:29,012
1998She, um, never got on the plane.
1999
2000442
200100:17:29,014 --> 00:17:30,564
2002She was too scared.
2003
2004443
200500:17:31,616 --> 00:17:33,150
2006She won't be
2007at her daughter's wedding.
2008
2009444
201000:17:40,293 --> 00:17:42,460
2011If that is the case...
2012
2013445
201400:17:42,462 --> 00:17:45,913
2015can we tell Barney
2016she's super fat?
2017
2018446
201900:17:45,915 --> 00:17:48,082
2020It would mean the world to me.
2021
2022447
202300:17:49,252 --> 00:17:50,801
2024Of course.
2025
2026448
202700:17:51,803 --> 00:17:53,220
2028Oh, here we go.
2029
2030449
203100:17:53,222 --> 00:17:54,588
2032Listen, Robin...
2033Loretta,
2034
2035450
203600:17:54,590 --> 00:17:57,040
2037not now. Robin just found out
2038
2039451
204000:17:57,042 --> 00:17:58,709
2041her mom's not coming
2042to the wedding.
2043
2044452
204500:18:02,647 --> 00:18:03,881
2046Oh.
2047
2048453
204900:18:03,883 --> 00:18:05,783
2050Well, uh, okay.
2051
2052454
205300:18:05,785 --> 00:18:07,001
2054Loretta...
2055
2056455
205700:18:07,003 --> 00:18:08,269
2058My name's Mom.
2059
2060456
206100:18:08,271 --> 00:18:10,387
2062Don't you ever call me
2063anything else.
2064
2065457
206600:18:10,389 --> 00:18:11,605
2067I'm Mom.
2068
2069458
207000:18:11,607 --> 00:18:13,891
2071Okay.
2072
2073459
207400:18:13,893 --> 00:18:15,092
2075Mom.
2076
2077460
207800:18:15,094 --> 00:18:17,328
2079I'm sorry.
2080Sometimes I get...
2081
2082461
208300:18:18,830 --> 00:18:20,498
2084...carried away.
2085
2086462
208700:18:23,251 --> 00:18:27,121
2088Your eggs are great, by the way.
2089
2090463
209100:18:27,123 --> 00:18:28,739
2092<i>Oh, mama,</i>
2093
2094464
209500:18:28,741 --> 00:18:30,508
2096that was some bad advice.
2097
2098465
209900:18:30,510 --> 00:18:31,759
2100Thanks, Lil.
2101
2102466
210300:18:32,427 --> 00:18:33,243
2104But you know what sucks?
2105
2106467
210700:18:33,245 --> 00:18:34,462
2108When I was
2109at the top
2110
2111468
211200:18:34,464 --> 00:18:35,629
2113of that lighthouse,
2114
2115469
211600:18:35,631 --> 00:18:37,431
2117despite everything else...
2118
2119470
212000:18:37,433 --> 00:18:40,384
2121Wow. It's like traveling
2122back in time.
2123
2124471
212500:18:40,386 --> 00:18:42,520
2126Just stop talking.
2127
2128472
212900:18:43,856 --> 00:18:45,306
2130<i>...it was breathtaking.</i>
2131
2132473
213300:18:45,308 --> 00:18:47,591
2134And I wasted it.
2135
2136474
213700:18:47,593 --> 00:18:49,610
2138I mean, how many places
2139have I ruined forever
2140
2141475
214200:18:49,612 --> 00:18:51,529
2143by being there
2144with the wrong girl?
2145
2146476
214700:18:51,531 --> 00:18:53,898
2148So come back
2149with the right girl.
2150
2151477
215200:18:53,900 --> 00:18:55,783
2153I don't know.
2154
2155478
215600:18:55,785 --> 00:18:58,068
2157I'm starting to think a person
2158gets a certain allotment
2159
2160479
216100:18:58,070 --> 00:19:00,771
2162of lighthouses per lifetime.
2163
2164480
216500:19:00,773 --> 00:19:03,040
2166And I've used all mine up.
2167
2168481
216900:19:03,042 --> 00:19:05,876
2170<i>And that, kids, is the kind</i>
2171<i>of stupid thing you say</i>
2172
2173482
217400:19:05,878 --> 00:19:08,111
2175<i>before you've met the person</i>
2176<i>who hits the reset button</i>
2177
2178483
217900:19:08,113 --> 00:19:10,664
2180<i>on the world,</i>
2181<i>who makes everything new again,</i>
2182
2183484
218400:19:10,666 --> 00:19:12,082
2185<i>who makes it seem ridiculous</i>
2186
2187485
218800:19:12,084 --> 00:19:14,218
2189<i>that you ever considered</i>
2190<i>settling,</i>
2191
2192486
219300:19:14,220 --> 00:19:16,670
2194<i>because not two years later...</i>
2195
2196487
219700:19:18,089 --> 00:19:20,290
2198Look at that.
2199
2200488
220100:19:23,845 --> 00:19:27,014
2202It's like traveling
2203back in time.
2204
2205489
220600:19:27,016 --> 00:19:30,017
2207That is exactly what I said.
2208
2209490
221000:19:30,019 --> 00:19:32,636
2211Why couldn't it have been you
2212here with me two years ago?
2213
2214491
221500:19:32,638 --> 00:19:34,905
2216That's probably
2217for the best.
2218
2219492
222000:19:34,907 --> 00:19:36,857
2221When you vomit, I vomit.
2222
2223493
222400:19:36,859 --> 00:19:38,308
2225You know that.
2226
2227494
222800:19:38,310 --> 00:19:42,696
2229Well, thanks for being
2230here with me now.
2231
2232495
223300:19:42,698 --> 00:19:44,481
2234Thanks for bringing me.
2235
2236496
223700:19:47,752 --> 00:19:49,820
2238Wow.
2239
2240497
224100:19:49,822 --> 00:19:53,657
2242It is just
2243bonkers beautiful here.
2244
2245498
224600:19:53,659 --> 00:19:57,494
2247I don't know how you could
2248improve on a day like this.
2249
2250499
225100:20:02,300 --> 00:20:04,435
2252Well, I'm gonna try.
2253
2254500
225500:20:10,976 --> 00:20:12,560
2256Whoa.
2257
2258501
225900:20:14,446 --> 00:20:15,563
2260Will you...
2261
2262502
226300:20:15,565 --> 00:20:16,480
2264Yes.
2265
2266503
226700:20:16,482 --> 00:20:18,449
2268You didn't even let me...
2269
2270504
227100:20:18,451 --> 00:20:19,400
2272Yes.
2273
2274505
227500:20:19,402 --> 00:20:20,684
2276Marry me?
2277
2278506
227900:20:20,686 --> 00:20:21,819
2280Yes, yes, yes, yes.
2281
2282507
228300:20:21,821 --> 00:20:24,738
2284Yes, yes... yes.
2285
2286508
228700:20:27,043 --> 00:20:31,412
2288♪ Just try,
2289try a little tenderness ♪
2290
2291509
229200:20:31,414 --> 00:20:33,797
2293♪ Yeah, yeah, yeah, you got to
2294
2295510
229600:20:33,799 --> 00:20:36,300
2297♪ Know how to love her, man
2298
2299511
230000:20:36,302 --> 00:20:38,302
2301♪ Take this advice, man
2302
2303512
230400:20:38,304 --> 00:20:40,554
2305♪ You got to squeeze her
2306
2307513
230800:20:40,556 --> 00:20:42,056
2309♪ Don't tease her. ♪
2310
2311514
231200:20:50,984 --> 00:20:55,984
2313== sync, corrected by <font color=#00FF00>elderman</font> ==
2314<font color=#00FFFF>@elder_man</font>
2315
2316515
231700:20:57,692 --> 00:20:59,059
2318Son of a bitch!
2319