At McLaren's, Lily tells Ted he has to tell Royce the story, because it will come out eventually. He wonders why, and Robin -- searching on her phone -- says it's now the fifth-highest-grossing film of all time. Ted says it sucks, and they all agree and say they'd never see it. Saget!Ted knows we, his kids, know where it's going. Cut to the gang at the movie, watching as FauxTony and Chris Kattan face off. FauxTony doesn't want to go to the wedding, but Chris Kattan says he's going to go and make him watch. He laughs evilly, and Barney, totally engrossed, says they got everything right. This is exactly how it happened!
McLaren's. Ted and Royce are out with some of her friends, and they all agree to go see The Wedding Bride again. Ted pretends he liked it, and Royce says it's an instant classic. The only thing that bothered her is why Stella would ever like a guy like Jed Mosely in the first place. Her friend tells her she's dated a few Jed Moselys in her day, and she agrees, but still: She hates the butterfly tattoo, and the way he pronounces "encyclopedia." Ted's like, "Totally! Totally!" But can't help pointing out it's the correct pronunciation. Royce loves the ending, because he gets left at the altar, which he had coming. And he's going to live a long, sad life knowing he lost his one chance at happiness. It's all hitting home for Ted. They also think him getting beaten up by the goat was hilarious. Ted plays along, painfully saying "What a hoot!" and "It was hysterical!" Ending with "Move over, Adolf Hitler. There's a new king of comedy." Royce asks if he's okay, and he tells them the movie sucks, and they're all stupid for liking it. Royce asks him to apologize, but he says, "No-can-do's-ville." Twice. And leaves.