Marshall is sitting around with Ted, Barney, Ranjit and William Zabka talking about, among other things, Marshall soon becoming a judge. It makes Marshall think about how Lily gave up so easily about her dream to move to Italy after going missing for a few hours after their heated and very passionate argument. As such, Marshall wants to find out what Lily did during those few hours that made her change her mind. Billy mentions that he thinks he saw Lily get into a car at a local store down the road, that car who Marshall figures out belongs to The Captain. Marshall's first thought is that Lily had sex with The Captain, who Marshall now wants to beat up. But the group going to visit The Captain makes Marshall realize that that could not have been the case, despite Lily indeed having been there at The Captain's house. Ted thinks he's figured out the mystery, which he slowly - glacially - begins to tell everyone. Is Ted correct? Meanwhile, Robin is still surprised that her mother showed ...
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As in "Romeward Bound" (#8.21) Marshall says one line in Italian " Non Mastroianni tutti i funyuns " meant to be the translation for " don't Bogart all the funyuns ". He substitute the name Bogart with the name of a famous Italian actor ( Mastroianni ) but the line doesn't work in Italian. See more
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Why did she get into the captain's car and why didn't she tell me about it?
Well, maybe it was a work thing.
What? No! She has a big fight with me, she goes down to an Easy Pick, she gets into the Captain's Mercedes, and then three hours later she doesn't wanna go to Italy anymore? Wait does this means...?
That the Captain moored his dinghy into Lily's lagoon? Most definitely.
That's crazy. You never moor a dinghy into a lagoon.
I don't know Ted. In certain tidal conditions if ...
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