Back at the bunny van, Ted wonders if Zoey was worried she would get arrested. She wasn't, because she's been arrested a lot (and we get to see the fake mug shots to prove it). Ted's impressed that Zoey's a little bit crazy. She says she's crazy with a cause, because she stands up for people, animals, and even buildings. She promises Ted she's going to find the bastards at GNB who are responsible and will take them down. Back at work, Barney tells Ted this woman's a crazy anarchist "and, for the love of god, boobs?" Ted describes them and they fist bump. Ted says if GNB can't find a new site, he can't take part in this project. Outside the Arcadian, Zoey's got some protesters gathered, though most of them think they're there to legalize marijuana. Zoey's so glad when Ted shows up, and he says he wants to get involved. Ted looks up at the building and realizes he wasn't letting his feelings for Zoey mislead him: The building is worth saving. Also, as he's looking at the building, a billboard is hung on its side with a picture of Ted in his wizard costume. It says, "Coming soon from architectural wizard Ted Mosby!" Zoey sees it and storms off.
When Ted enters his apartment later, Barney swivels around in a black leather chair holding and petting a white bunny. He gives an evil laugh. Ted asks how he could do that, and Barney says it was easy: He rented the chair. The bunny was just here, which was lucky for him. Ted meant the billboard, which was also easy for Barney. He says Ted can now go back to the building, since he has no shot with Zoey. But Ted does care, and is still quitting. Barney says they're tearing down the Arcadian either way: "It's a stupid old piece-of-crap, run-down, snake-infested dump." Ted asks again if there are snakes, but Barney doesn't recall saying "snakes." He tells Ted he has a chance to design the building, and he can do whatever he wants with it. Ted agrees, and he's back in. He gets to work on a new design.