At the bar, Karina takes note of the urn Barney's got with him, because...he's got a freaking urn with him. At a bar. She offers her condolences on the loss of his friend and decides he can't be alone tonight, so she ends her shift early. As she walks out from behind the bar (and thus, is out of earshot), a tearful Barney considers the urn in his hands. "Thank you old friend. You're going out with a bang."
Meanwhile, at the booth, Lily's still haranguing Marshall about Karina's hotness, but he stands his ground until Lily confesses that Karina made a few cameos in her mind the night before. The worm turns. Marshall's voice breaks. "Whoa, whoa, whoa...do you think she's hotter than me?" Lily's cornered, so she takes the pedant's way out. "I never said that." Marshall insists she compare Karina to Marshall when he was in his prime. Lily can't front to save her life (or marriage). Robin tries to stop their bickering (and the implication that Karina is hotter) by explaining that being behind the bar adds to the illusion of hotness. She takes off her jacket, walks behind the bar, and has her own little "Cherry Pie" montage. Back at the booth, Lily once again remembers that a woman's sexuality is a moving target, and Marshall realizes he's got more competition for his wife's affections than he'd imagined. Eventually, Carl comes out, ruins Robin's moment, and kicks her out from behind the bar, despite her pathetic pleas. Back on the civilian side of the room, Robin can't contain herself. "I was somebody back there!" A beat. "Everybody loved me."