The Apartment: Robin returns with Barney. He's got a black eye; a now-relocated dislocated shoulder; is wearing a cervical collar and a foot/ankle brace; is using crutches; and is ragging on the Canadian doctors for providing excellent healthcare free of charge. "Idiots." A beat. "All right, I guess they're not idiots. The coffee was extraordinary." He figures Canada isn't all that bad. "If they play their cards right, maybe they could even become a state, someday." Robin puts a pillow beneath Barney's injured foot and tells him that when he stood up and told off "Canada," she thought America was cool. "And then when those guys pounded the stuffing out of you, I thought, 'Yeah, Canada's pretty cool, too'. In fact, after you passed out, I may have taken a few pokes, myself." Barney looks at her out of his good eye. Robin continues: "So, I've decided -- dual citizenship. I'm going to be American and Canadian." Barney says, "Wait. You can do that?" Robin says, "Yeah, dummy. Instead of being a woman with no country, I'm going to be a woman with two." Barney smiles. "I see." Robin says, "You understand?" Barney says, "No, I can see out of my left eye, again."
Crumpet Manor: Marshall and Ted sneak back into Marshall and Lily's room. She's still in bed. It turns out she didn't even know that he'd been gone. Saget!Ted says, "Crumpet Manor had pampered Lily into a nearly comatose state of relaxation. She didn't even notice we were gone." We flash back to see Lily getting a massage, facial, etc. When her phone buzzes, she incorporates the noise into her hums and moans of pleasure. She had a great time, too, and is fine with missing the pizza. Saget!Ted says, "If she didn't mean it then, she certainly meant it 19 minutes later." We flash forward to Marshall and Ted writhing in pain. Marshall cries, "Oh, my stomach! Damn you, Gazzola's." Ted's in the wingchair. "It's like a hot ball of lead." Marshall rips open his robe and pleads with Lily. "Baby, cut it out of me. CUT IT OUT!"