Ted tells Marshall and Lily that he'll go collect Lucy tomorrow morning, bring her back for the wedding, and then tell Stella about Robin and he's so proud of himself he sprains his shoulder trying to pat himself on the back. Barney's at the bar drinking what looks suspiciously like carrot juice, when Nora approaches and asks if he's Barney. When he says yes, she says, "I hear you're a real man-whore, so listen up. Tomorrow night I want to do things so dirty and so depraved that I forget this was supposed to be my wedding." That'll show Lefty! Barney struggles to speak, clutches his carrot juice closer to his chest and finally stammers out that he's kind of there with someone. Nora says, "Bring her." She walks off; Barney exhales, and Lily passes by and sneers, "You're never going to make it."
The morning of his wedding, Ted makes the trip to get Lucy from Tony's house. The Daily Show's fabulous Jason Jones plays Tony, who comes out of his apartment wearing a gi, with a black belt that looks like it used to be longer. When Ted asks if Tony's doing a little Karate and fakes some moves, Tony takes him to the floor, and then apologizes, explaining that Ted just set off his internal defense alarm. Tony goes on about how he thought Ted would be off on a honeymoon with "my woman" and talks about Ted "sticking it" to the mother of "my" child. Everything Tony says reinforces the idea that he's not over Stella and that he's a giant tool. It's sort of disappointing that Stella sees anything in him... I mean, did ever see anything in him. Not that she sees anything in him now, because he's completely out of her life, except for the part where he apparently has joint custody of or visitation rights with Lucy, and Ted knows his name, and where he lives. Cough. It turns out Tony is feeling lonely and left-out and like he's going to lose Lucy to this new family of which he's not a part. When Ted realizes Tony feels badly that he wasn't invited to the wedding, he remedies that. Oh, sitcoms. We see Lucy and her two daddies driving to the ferry, riding the ferry, and driving to the Collective. This will not end well.