Marshall changes the subject to ask if Honey has any idea what's going on with Zoey. She does know, but she says the only people who can know are Honey, Zoey, and Zoey's therapist. Marshall says he's Zoey's therapist, so Honey's all, "Oh! In that case." Then we cut to Marshall and can't hear Honey's end of the call. He cuts her off abruptly and calls for his mom and Marcus. Back in the real world, which I guess is real time while Marshall's hollering for his mom and brother, Zoey shows up at Ted's and asks what's really going on. He says Lily hates her, but she says she thinks he hates her, but is too chicken to come out and say it. He looks sad, and says, "Yes. I... hate you." She cries and asks him if that was so hard, then stomps off." He runs after her and she says she just wants to know why. Back at Marshall's, his mom and Marcus are helping him look at what looks like a crime wall on a crime show, but it's all about Ted, Zoey, Honey, Barney, and the Captain. And it's all made up of Clue cards. Marshall says Ted and Zoey's love would be fine if not for Colonel Mustard. Er, the Captain. But now, as Honey's informed Marshall... Cut to Zoey taking the call from Ted about setting him up with the hot cousin. She's in an empty apartment, which she's just told the landlord she'll take. Marshall cuts the string between Zoey and the Captain and says they're getting divorced. "Which means...?" Marcus cuts in and says that if Marshall doesn't call those two crazy, mixed-up kids, he will. Marshall grabs the phone.
In the hall outside his apartment, Ted's telling Zoey all the reasons he "hates" her. She's stubborn, argumentative, and what kind of name is Zoey? Short for Zoseph? Her phone rings, and she answers. It's Marshall. She's like, "Yes, I am. Yes, I am. He is?" She smiles a little then tells Marshall bye. Then she asks Ted to go on. He keeps insulting her, but she gets happy instead of sad. Ted's phone rings, and she tells him he better take it. His end of the call: "She is? She is? Marshall, I gotta go." He hangs up and kisses her in the hall. They're still kissing in the tag, and the neighbor lady across the hall comes out to see with her phone on. She walks back inside and whispers, "They're kissing." Marshall, on the other end, "They're kissing?! They're kissing!" Marcus and his mom celebrate with him.