Marshall no longer has his wallet because he was mugged while walking through Central Park. He changes his story slightly because Lily, now afraid of life in the city, wants to get a gun to protect herself. Robin feels that Marshall's new story is newsworthy and wants to interview him on the morning show. He is reluctant to do so if only because telling the story to the public would make him a laughing stock... or does he have another reason for not wanting to go public? Ted is somewhat perturbed because he feels he being responsible for building the Empire State Building for the largest scale model version of the New York skyline is more newsworthy and doesn't understand why Robin won't ask him to appear on her show. Based on circumstances, Ted thinks he has a plan to get on the show, but the outcome, straight out of a Hollywood movie, may not be what he was envisioning (at least not the Hollywood movie he had in mind). And Barney wants to use Marshall's story to pick up women for ...
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Ted tells Barney that he can't just tack on a new ending because he isn't satisfied with how things happened. Ironically, the fans of the show forced the creators to tack on a new ending of the last episode when they didn't like what happened. See more
Marshall mentions statistics that indicate owning a gun is generally less safe than not owning one. As a licensed attorney, Marshall would understand the distinction between correlation and causation. In other words, just because statistical data may demonstrate a trend between gun ownership and injuries (correlation) that does not actually mean that gun ownership is actually unsafe (causation). Statistical trends do not force a certain percentage of people to behave unsafely with firearms, nor do statistical trends actually cause injuries. See more
I thought you were supposed to be on a shuttle mission.
I thought you just got mugged.
Okay, I can do this... I was on my way to the launch pad, when I was mugged... and the mugger took my space shuttle keys! Nailed it, who's up for a threeway?
[girls throw drinks in his face
References Sleepless in Seattle
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