Back in the living room, Wayne tries to convince Barney there's no Yourson, North Dakota, and Sam Gibbs might be one of their fathers. Barney says Sam's not his dad; Bob Barker is. Wayne tells Barney that he has to stop living fantasies their mom told them, because Bob Barker is absolutely not his father -- and Sam Gibbs might be. Wayne's going to see him, and asks if Barney's coming, too. Cut to them crammed next to each other in the moving truck, with Barney muttering that he can't believe they're going to go disturb the former mayor of Yourson. Wayne says Barney's scared to face the truth. The camera cuts to the other side of the truck, where Lily and Marshall are crammed in, eating sloppy joes.
In the back of the truck, Ted tells Robin what to say to make things right with Liz, but Robin makes up a fake go-to-extremes e-mail instead, that's all, "Ted is extremely handsome, but really violent. He's really rich, but lacks bladder control." They go over a bump and she accidentally hits send, but she's sure "everyone" will get that it's a joke. He's like, "Everyone?" In the front, Barney, Lily and Marshall laugh about "really rich." Because that's what's most ridiculous.
They all arrive at Sam Gibbs' house and walk to the front yard. Barney's all, "No big deal; my dad doesn't live here." But just as Wayne's about to knock, Barney stops him and admits he knows Bob Barker's not his dad. "I'm not crazy. I just needed that." The music gets all sad as he says that having a celebrity dad made him feel special, but Wayne's right that it's time to grow up. Wayne and Barney hug as everyone else watches. Wayne rings the door bell and a black man answers. [In fact, it's Ben Vereen. - Zach] Wayne tells him his mother is Loretta Stinson, and Sam's face shows us he did know her -- in the biblical sense. Wayne gives Sam the photo, and Sam's like, "You're my son." They hug and Barney watches. Lily and Marshall talk about how tough this must be for Barney, but then Barney yells, "Papa!" and joins the Sam-Wayne hug.