Farhampton Inn ghost Captain Daneby Dearduff, Dearduff the Hooker is haunting Lily’s room that Marshall booked.
Marshall sends everyone from the gang to delete a text on Lily’s phone. Ted climbs a drain pipe, Barney climbs in through the air ducts, and Robin comes in on the room service cart. Ted saves the day using No Questions Asked.
Barney and Robin learn how to work as a team as opposed to as lone wolves.
Marshall finally tells Lily that he accepted the judgeship
Ted: Hey, I as a man in need
Marshall: I know you were a priority mail
Barney: Alright I’ll take a lap dance, can I borrow a pair of sweatpants
Lily: I’m not paying for room service the hooker ordered
Barney: I’ve been there
Marshall: I never asked you who those weirdoes were, why they kept calling you Night Falcon, or what was in those darts that they were blowing at us
Robin: You vision came back didn’t it, wuss
Barney and Robin: Lure prey into a tight corner and snap it’s limbs with our powerful jaws and watch the life drain from it’s eyes….awww
Hamish the night clerk: So you’re saying you didn’t order room service and you didn’t order Prison Sluts 9
Lily: I didn’t order room service
Moments of Awesomeness
-Another Farhampton Inn worker: Hamish the night clerk
-Guns and doves
-Ted’s singing a version of Marvin’s night night song to Lily
-Barney whispering as the Hooker
-Barney deucing his pants
-Barney swallowed all the Lucky Charms objects on a dare
-Barney thinking that Bruce Willis is the bad guy in Die Hard
-Courtney Dove and Kurt Coobain
-The montage showing that Marshall loves Lily too much to ask for something “No questions asked”
The real story of Ted getting locked in the mail box. Writing a creepy stalker letter to a random girl…sounds about right.
- Is anyone else LOVING the décor in the rooms of the Farhampton Inn?
- Night Falcon?
- More purple: PURPLE Unitard!
- Who do you owe a No Questions Asked favor?