Cut to Ted's. Barney's wearing green rubber gloves and carrying two large trash bags out of the kitchen as Ted enters. Ted wants to know what he's doing there. I think, in his own special way, he's telling you what Marshall's been telling you all along, dude. You need to change your locks! Barney says, "Oh well, since all these roomie squabbles are still causing friction between you and Robin, I thought I'd help out. Oh, BTW, I went by the post office today. I picked you up some stamps. Here's ten thousand. That oughta do ya." That's $4,200.00, Barney. I hope you bought the Forever stamps.
Ted goes to get a couple of beers out of the fridge and finds it completely full of half gallons of milk. The beauty here is there seems to be four different cap colors, so not only did Barney go crazy buying the milk, he bought whole milk, 2%, 1% and skim, just in case. Oh, and Barney bought and installed a new dishwasher, but tries to deny it, saying it's been there all along. The Energy Guide tag still dangling from the handle of the stainless steel beauty gives him away, so he tears it off. Ted finally twigs to what's going on and asks Barney if he's in love with Robin.
After the commercial, Ted follows Barney from the kitchen to the living room, this time insisting Barney's in love with Robin, rather than asking if he is. Barney says that's crazy talk. "Can't a bro clean another bro's apartment like bros... do?" Ted asks him to name one bro in bro history who's done so. I yell out, "Felix Unger," but Barney's not listening. "I'll name two: Misters Clean and Belvedere." Ted explains that he and Robin have been totally casual, and he won't freak out if Barney has feelings for her. Barney denies it. "No. No, I don't. I don't, no. I don't. I don't. No. Robin is all yours, dude. Have fun with her." He sprays down Ted's table with cleaner, gives it a half-assed swipe, removes his gloves and heads for the door. "Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm gonna go sleep with other girls."