Out-of-Town Wedding Hotel Room: Tiffany massages TOG's feet as she tells Ted, "I don't think you and I are going to work... right now." That's when Ted realizes he must free himself, and that Tiffany is on TOG's hook, Henrietta was on his (Ted's) hook, and years later, he learns some other guy was on Henrietta's hook. Ted turns to Tiffany. "You know what? We're not going to work -- ever. I'm done." He grabs a jacket off the bed, opens the door to leave and then turns back. "And it's really better for the circulation if you knead the arches with your thumbs.... Now I'm done." Don't it make my brown eyes blue?
Lily's School Cafeteria: Marshall looks on as Lily, finally having grown a pair (of ovaries, I presume), cuts Scooter loose, but he's so sweet, pitiful and vulnerable, that every time she tells him there can never be anything between them, Marshall ends up adding the hookish, "Right now." At one point he adds, "Hang in there, Scoots. I'm not going to live forever." Hee.
MacLaren's: Barney tells Robin, "Last night, I was with this Pharma-Girl who was so hot, you should call the doctor if you don't have an erection for more than four hours." To no one in particular he adds, "AM I RIGHT, PEOPLE?" If he doesn't watch it, I'm going to put in a big time-out, again. Robin feels me feeling her pain (or, at least, disgust). "Yeah, there's no people -- just the girl you most recently dated." Barney raises his drink, winks at her and clicks his tongue. Before anything more can come of this, beautiful Pharma-Girl Diana (Tiara Parker) brings the newest Pharma- Girl, Gladys (Valorie Hubbard) over to the booth to meet Barney. But Gladys, as her name suggests, isn't a pretty young thing. She's fair, fat and 40, or maybe even 50. Barney recoils in horror as he gets an eyeful of Gladys, who is telling him she represents "statins and other cholesterol-lowering drugs." That would have worked better if Barney hadn't already mentioned his cholesterol, don't you think?