The next morning, Ted shows up to an empty classroom. And do you know why? They're all protesting with Zoey outside GNB.
Marshall's office. He and Randy fight, because Randy doesn't want his job, but he can't quit without severance. Marshall says that's called fraud, but Randy says he's just asking him to give him a lot of money not to work there and not to tell anyone about it. Marshall says he can't fire Randy, now that he's talked to Arthur about it. Randy assures him Arthur won't remember it, which cues Arthur to walk in and tell Marshall how memorable their talk was. He tells Randy that, on behalf of all GNB employees both in and out of prison, they're sorry. He notices Randy's green tie matches his own, gets visibly annoyed, but then compliments it and leaves with a tiny threat. Marshall tells Randy he'll not let GNB change him: He'll never fire anyone ever. Randy says they'll see about that. Barney tries to film some more caring videos, so Randy tears everything apart in Marshall's office. Barney just keeps filming, and Marshall pretends he's not annoyed. And Jason Segel again has to fight back laughter when Randy throws a glass of orange juice in his face. He does it admirably, though, pausing long enough to keep from breaking, then saying, "That's just the pick-me-up I needed."
Lily's at school when she gets a call from Ted, seeking advice. She tells Ted that the only people that like their teachers -- Ted: "I liked my teachers" -- are dorks. We pan out to see a student polishing Lily's shoes. She looks at him sweetly and says, "Except for you, Miles." She tells Ted to embrace the hatred, which has fear behind it. Fear that he can use, like she did with Johnny Marley. She finishes the story by cutting to kids sleeping during naptime. Johnny wakes up to find his stuffed horse's head on his nap mat. Ted tells her she's a psychopath, and she channels Marlon Brando as she agrees.