Marshall and Lily are fighting in the street when his dad calls. He answers it, and his dad asks how the sex went and if it feels like a boy. He's excited and sort of sweet, but Marshall hangs up and tells Lily his dad's insane. He says he's so enthusiastic, it's ridiculous, and who's like that. She says Marshall is, and it's why women fall in love with the Eriksen men, but it's a lot of pressure right now. She says she could let him down if she couldn't have a baby. Hasn't that thought occurred to Marshall? He gets a little cheesy and it's hard for me to recap, since he tells her that's impossible, though I do love when he says "That would be like aliens landing. That is a bad example because that could happen; it probably already has; I saw this..." But she interrupts him with a kiss. As Ted gets up to talk to Cindy and her friend, Lily leads Marshall into their building.
Saget!Ted says that nothing compares to the exhilaration of making your move, putting it all on the line and going for it. Ted walks toward Cindy and friend as Saget!Ted says, "By golly, Cindy went for it." Cindy and her hottie friend kiss. Robin looks shocked, Barney snaps a photo with his phone. Saget!Ted says that girl isn't our mother; in fact, she and Cindy became mothers of their own little girl. Future family photo. Robin's all, "Like I said, she's here on a date." Saget!Ted says that wasn't the day he met our mother. The day he met her was on the day of a wedding. A vague and mysterious wedding, but still a wedding.
Back to the bench, where Ted admits to Marshall he's a little nervous because he wants his toast to be great, and for this whole day to be great. Marshall says it will be. Lily comes out and says the best man is being summoned. Ted wonders what now, and Marshall tells him to relax; everything will be fine. It starts pouring as they get up to head inside, and Ted's all, "You were saying?" Marshall asks if he brought an umbrella, but Ted didn't. Because, DO YOU GET IT? SHE HAS THE YELLOW UMBRELLA! Sorry for the all-caps, but if they're going to keep banging us over the head with it, I'm going to just pass that along to all of you. So, you know, have fun with that.