Juice bar. Barney is trying to talk to Rhonda. He tries to remind her about the old days. He wonders if one man from her past might have stood out above the pack. Rhonda remembers a kid who was not Barney and had a tongue like a gekko. Ew? They should have a dude like that on Heroes. Barney tries to refresh her memory again. She remembers another not-Barney who had hips like a woman but knew how to use them. "What about me?" Barney asks, annoyed. He reminds her that they slept together and that she said he was the best she ever had.
Rhonda has her own side-whoosh flashback. Wayne Brady is at her door, telling her to make Barney think he's the best she ever had. Wayne Brady begs. She tries to make a deal. He resists. He says he has a girlfriend and that hers is the only vagina for him. "I love it. It isn't...scary at all." Wayne finally gives up the fight. "Fine. Reggie Jackson. Reggie Jackson," he says.
Barney reminds Rhonda of the compliments she gave him. We flash back to what really happened. "Wow. That was the best sex I ever had," Rhonda says robotically, bored and smoking in bed. Pheasant Barney is like, "Yeah!"
Present day, gym. Barney explains in a convoluted way that he rocked her world and that all subsequent world-rocking he did was the result of that first rocking. "Sorry, Barry," Rhonda says. Barney whispers hysterically, "It's Barney!"
MacLaren's. Marshall is explaining to Lily how his trainer kept tricking him into doing "one more set" and wouldn't stop. "She lied to my face! Everything hurts!" he yells. Wow, Marshall is totally a little bitch this week. Lily says the whole point of working out is to feel better and this trainer is making him feel miserable. She wants him to call the trainer and quit. Marshall makes a show of staying committed, but caves when Lily offers to call for him. Lilly calls and totally bitches out Trish. She calls her an employee and then says, "You're fired, bitch!" Lilly stays on a bit longer, then hangs up, telling Marshall he'd better get down there because Trish sounds really pissed. Wonk, wonk! Barney shows up. He's asked if he's upset about the whole Rhonda thing. He asks why he'd be upset about the opinion of one woman when he can focus on the attention of a gaggle of supermodels. He's got three tickets to the after-party of the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show. "Uh, Kablammie!" he says, presenting the tickets. Truly these are inspiring times. Marshall asks if he can go. Lily says yes; he's too sore to do anything anyway.