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Twelve Horny Women 

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While Marshall faces the most important court case of his career against his new arch-nemesis, Brad Morris, the rest of the gang tries to figure out which one was the biggest bad-ass in their youth.

Director:

Pamela Fryman

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Carter Bays (created by), Craig Thomas (created by) | 6 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Josh Radnor ... Ted Mosby
Jason Segel ... Marshall Eriksen
Cobie Smulders ... Robin Scherbatsky
Neil Patrick Harris ... Barney Stinson
Alyson Hannigan ... Lily Aldrin
Joe Manganiello ... Brad
David Burtka ... Scooter
Don Lake ... Judge Albert Donovan
Kim Estes ... Judge #1
Dennis Haskins ... Judge #2
Cheryl Lynn Bowers ... Blonde Juror
Mark Cohen ... Dr. Bedrosian
Josh Douglas ... Kid #1
Jake Elliott ... 14 Year Old Marvin
Missy Hairston Missy Hairston ... Clerk
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Storyline

Marshall is appearing before the state judiciary committee, the outcome of the hearing which could well determine if he remains a lawyer. It all started with his latest and most important case to date, where the outcome would determine his future at Honeywell & Cootes. The defense lawyer in the case ended up being his once friend and law school colleague Brad, who duped Marshall by believing he was in hard times, which resulted in Marshall getting Brad an interview at Honeywell & Cootes. Alone in the firm's offices, Brad then proceeded to steal Marshall's prosecuting strategy. Brad ended up having more than Marshall's strategy on his side as the case went to trial. Meanwhile, Barney, Robin, Ted and Lily each claim that they were the most bad ass between the four when each was a teenager. And after Robin and Barney's passionate kiss, they, unspoken, have both decided to treat the incident like it never happened. Written by Huggo

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Genres:

Comedy | Romance

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 November 2012 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

Color:

Color

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16:9 HD
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Trivia

The episode title "Twelve Horny Women" is a reference to the film "Twelve Angry Men" about jurors deciding the fate in a murder case. See more »

Goofs

In this episode Lily has a flashback on her "wild past" scooter states his real name is Jeff, but during Lilly and Marshall's wedding scooter introduces himself as Bill, and Lilly also states his first name is Bill. See more »

Quotes

Brad Morris: Ladies and... ladies of the jury. Sorry if I seem down, my girlfriend Kara, broke up with me last night.
[female jurors sigh]
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Spoofs 12 Angry Men (1957) See more »

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Hey Beautiful
Written by The Solids
Performed by The Solids
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Despite The Ending It Is Another Episode To Miss
14 February 2015 | by slightlymad22See all my reviews

Another so so episode. This season has really missed the mark most of the time!! We aren't even heading towards the big wedding anytime soon as Barney and Robin continue to pussyfoot around.

Plot In A Paragraph: Marshall is appearing before the state judiciary committee, the outcome of the hearing which could well determine if he remains a lawyer. It all started with his latest and most important case to date, where the outcome would determine his future at Honeywell & Cootes. The defence lawyer in the case ended up being his once friend and law school colleague Brad, who duped Marshall by believing he was in hard times, which resulted in Marshall getting Brad an interview at Honeywell & Cootes. Alone in the firm's offices, Brad then proceeded to steal Marshall's prosecuting strategy. Brad ended up having more than Marshall's strategy on his side as the case went to trial. Meanwhile, Barney, Robin, Ted and Lily each claim that they were the most bad ass between the four when each was a teenager. And after Robin and Barney's passionate kiss, they, unspoken, have both decided to treat the incident like it never happened.


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