[2 x 07]
Mozzie : Mi casa es suit casa (my home is your home)
[2 x 08]
Peter : What if I never joined the FBI? What if 12 years ago I never met with the assistant manager in that art-gallery case? No, there are a lot of things in life than a nice view. Like having people in your life you care about. I don’t wanna imagine me without those people. I like the man I am.
Neal : Do what’s right
Peter : Yeah
[2 x 15]
Sara and Neal : bye
Sara : Are you really going this way?
Neal : Yeah
Sara : I hate that
Neal : Awkward goodbyes after you’ve already said goodbye?
Sare : Yeah
Neal : I’m gonna grab some coffe
Sara : [chuckles] bye
[3 x 07]
Peter : How about if I take off your anklet?
Neal : That’d be great
Peter : Then we’ll see if Sara prefers conjugal visits
Neal : [chuckles]
Peter : Cause you’d be in a prison
Neal : As a rule of thumb, you shouldn’t have to explain your jokes.
Peter : Yeah
[3 x 10]
Moz : I always thought ours would be a happy ending.
Neal : If you want a happey ending, it depends …
Moz : … on where you stop the story. Yeah, Olson Welles.
[1 x 01]
Dr. Rosen: Gary is our transducer, which means that he can read a wide range of frequencies, including television, Wi-Fi, and cell phone transmissions…
Gary: Except for Nokia. It’s a different protocol.
How I Met Your Mother,
Barney : Never, never, never love thy neighbour/friends. You’ll have these phases.
- Attraction : step when one’s get attracted
- Bargaining : step when one start to admit
- Submission : step when the other give a chance to thou
- Perks : golden age
- Tipping Point : turning point
- Purgatory : when one realize that you have made a huge mistake, but you have to live with it
- Confrontation : when one start to confront with other
- Fallout : game is over
Ted : Maybe after those fallout there’s the last phase. Co-Existence : not every platinum rules reach this stage, it’s the co existence, when these people can awkwardly still being together
[ Graduation Goggles ]
Robin : The point is you can’t trust graduation goggles. They are just as misleading as beer goggles, bridesmaid goggles and that’s just a bulky outdated cell phone in his front pocket goggles
Barney : Cheerleader effect is when a group of woman seems hot but only as a group. Just like with the cheerleaders
Narrator : you may think that your only choices are to swallow your anger or throw it at someone’s face, but there’s the third option, you can just let it go
Ted : Long story. Bottom line, I realized that sometimes love means taking a step back.
Robin : Well, not always. I mean, sometimes it’s better to interfere and sabotage stuff, right?
Ted : Well, I think if you care about somebody, you should want them to be happy, even if you wind up being left out.
Robin : Wow. The lesson you learned with Lily and Marshall is directly applicable to my situation…
Rachel : Being a foodie doesn’t mean to be exclusively eat anything. That’s mean we should be brave to try anything
Harvey : First impression last. When I first work here, I diligently do my work, and now? People do not ask me question even I come here late
Grand Father : In great power comes great responsibility