Back at the apartment, Lily is upset that they ruined Mark and Holly's lives. She's also mad Barney didn't apologize to anyone. Barney still doesn't know the identity of his stalker. Robin suggests Barney go downstairs to the bar, hit on someone and wait for the woman to show up. She wants to be the woman Barney hits on. Ted mentions that Robin can't lie without giggling. He asks if she's ever fallen asleep eating ribs. Robin giggle-laughs.
The plan unfolds: Lily is supposed to hang out at the jukebox and not draw attention to herself. She puts on a song and does the craziest dance you've ever seen. It is a work of art, arms flying everywhere. Meanwhile, Ted and Marshall are supposed to be having a normal conversation, but Marshall is a nervous wreck. Then Robin comes in looking, "Hot as all Hell," in her own words. All right, I'll give her this one. She's looking good. A guy at the bar tries to hit on her immediately. She tells him to go away. But asks him to come back later. Barney walks up. Robin giggles when she accidentally calls him "Barney" and then "Stranger." Barney plays with her bare thigh. She asks Barney what he says that gets them into bed. He leans in and whispers something. Robin kind of likes it. He asks if she's a little turned on. She giggles as she says, "No!" Robin spots a woman eyeing them. Barney announces he's going to the bathroom before they go to his place to have sex. Lily keeps crazy-dancing. Marshall can't figure out what to do with his hands, which are limp. Robin goes to the booth and tries to spot the name on the bracket that goes with the woman who has gone up to talk to Robin. Barney can't find her on the bracket. Marshall thinks that's an amazingly inspirational Cinderella story. Barney doesn't recognize her and feels really bad about that. He goes up to the blonde woman and says he doesn't remember her. He feels worse about that than the way he's treated all those women, including one he sold for a Mercedes. He regrets not remembering a girl he slept with. He sincerely apologizes. Lily hugs him and is proud. It's not the right woman, though. It was just a friend of Robin's from work. Lily still thinks the apology was great. Lily thinks it'll be a great photo for the scrapbook. She plans to call it, "Barney's Redemption." She takes a pic.