Another day at Ted's, he comes charging into the living room, angrily chastising Robin for drinking all his milk, yet again. She suggests they have sex, and he cheerfully agrees. Raise your hand if you think Ted planned that as foreplay. At MacLaren's, Ted raves to Barney about how it's the perfect set-up: "One minute we're just laying into each other, and then the next minute... Well, same thing." Barney declares this awesome, but his heart's not in it, and soon he's out in the alleyway, smashing another discarded TV. What are all those TVs doing in a dumpster, anyhow? Doesn't anyone care about the environment?
Another day, Ted brags to Barney that Robin was yelling at him for taking too long in the shower, and then ended up joining him. Barney says this is, "So awesome," through gritted teeth, then goes out to the alley to kill another TV.
Yet another day, Ted joins Barney in MacLaren's and apologizes for being late because he was jammin' on Scherbatsky. She used up all my stamps, so long story short, the postman rang twice." He holds out his fist to Barney. "You must bump this!" Barney struggles through it, and runs to the alley to find the dumpster empty. His supply's been cut off.
At an electronics store, Barney talks TVs -- plasma versus LCDs versus CRTs. After an in-depth discussion about the sharp contrast and true black color available on a CRT, Barney makes his purchase, and has his way with his new toy in the MacLaren's alley. He returns to the bar smiling, and Lily confronts him about his need to let all this stuff out, and tells him that her kindergarten class has Feelings Hour every Tuesday morning. I'd like to know how she gets kindergarteners to do anything for an hour. Barney says, "Look, Lily, maybe your kindergartners are upset that their friends are sleeping with each other, but not me. I have never been better." Oh, Barney.
At GNB, Saget!Ted tells us Marshall was still struggling at work. Marshall walks down the hall looking sheepish and carrying his magazine. From the cover, girl next door Kendra Wilkinson comes to life, whistles, and informs everyone Marshall had a big breakfast that morning. But then Marshall overhears his boss talking to "I-Can't-Believe-He-Has-A-Wife Donald" about how the whole 8th floor has been laid off, and it's a ghost town down there. Marshall looks straight at the camera (hi, Marshall!), raises his eyebrow and smiles. The 8th floor is indeed deserted, and there's scaffolding, dust barriers, tool chests, stepladders, and other construction-y stuff around. He approaches the restroom door as if it were a wardrobe full of fur coats just waiting to take him to Narnia. He opens the door and his face lights up from within, and is lit up from without. A harp plays as he crosses over to the other side.