Voice of Ted, 2030
Lily's "Special Skills and Interests" on her resume reads as follows: Competitive Speed Eater (can eat 33 hot dogs in 8 minutes; New York City Speed Eating Champion, Junior Division, 1995), Painting, (Oil, Acrylics), Fluent in Italian, Certified in Teaching English as a Second Language, Proficient in Photoshop, Quark, Java.
According to Marshall's resume, he was also a finalist in the National Environmental Essay Competition in 1996, a Nicollet County Slam Dunk Champion in 1995, and Camper of the Year in 1990.
Along with "Program Director, 88.1 Wesleyan University Radio (WESU-FM)," "Summer Associate at Gradmore, Jellinek & Ross Parners, Boston, MA" and "Supervising Lifeguard at Poplar Hills Town House Condominiums, Columbus, OH" are also featured on Ted's resume.
Robin: I haven't been at Metro News 1 for four months, and I'm still getting all this fan mail.
Lily: Wow, you had more fans than I thought.
Ted: And only about 60% of them are prison inmates.
Robin: What are these guys thinking? I am WAY past my "dating prisoners" phase. I mean, hello, I'm not 19 anymore.
Marshall: Dancer's hip is a serious thing. The doctor said if it gets any worse, I might need surgery.
Ted: Vaginal rejuvenation surgery?
Marshall: You know who didn't do a lot of operating on vaginas in college? Dr. X!
Ted: He did just fine!
Barney: That's what corporate America wants: people who seem like bold risk takers, but never actually do anything.
Ted: (On the radio as Dr. X) Doctor X here, shooting truth bullets at you from an undisclosed location, 'cause if they knew where I was, they'd shut me down.
Marshall: You're on the third floor of the Student Center next to the game room, you tool!
Ted: Been reading a lot of letters about my segment on how racist this school's meal plan is.
Lily: How can there be any letters if no one knows where you are, douche?
Marshall: I dance. More than you know.
Lily: I don't even know how to respond to that.
Barney: All my life I have dared to go past what is possible.
Interviewer: To the impossible?
Barney: Actually, past that. To the place where the possible and the impossible meet, to become... the possimpible.
Lily: The possimpible? Really?
Barney: Inventing your own word shows creativity and vision.
Ted: (recorded, as Dr. X) Remember, Dining Hall, Monday midnight, another Dr. X happening... I'll be there, because X marks the spot-ot-ot-ot-ot-ot.
Marshall: If you think people liked your show, they did not-ot-ot-ot.
Robin: I can't break 15 bricks with my forehead.
Barney: Robin, it's not 1950 anymore. Yes, you can.
Barney: Lottery girl's on.
Robin: I just feel sorry for these women. This is where broadcast careers go to die.
Barney: Check it out, I made a little game.
Lottery Girl: And tonight's lotto numbers are: 19,
Barney: Age you moved to New York after a photographer "discovered" you at a food court and said he would get you into Vogue Magazine.
Lotto Girl: 53,
Barney: Number of semi-nude pictures he took of you before you realized he had no connection to Vogue Magazine.
Lotto Girl: 22,
Barney: Age you claim you are.
Lotto Girl: 31,
Barney: Age you actually are.
Lotto Girl: 45,
Barney: Number of minutes it would take me to get you into a cab, out of your dress and into my Jacuzzi.
Lotto Girl: And tonight's Super Big Ball is...
Barney: What happens after we get out of the Jacuzzi. What Up!
Lily: Doctor X, you're still bragging about Doctor X?
Robin: Who's Doctor X?
Ted: Nobody knows. He was this genius mystery DJ.
Marshall: It was Ted.
Ted: His identity remains a mystery to this day.
Lily: It was Ted.
Ted: But this phantom of the airwaves changed the very face of college radio.
Marshall: It was Ted.
Lily: And your show sucked.
Ted: Is that you? Are you interviewing yourself?
Barney: How can it be me? That guy's British.
Lily: Dancer's hip, Marshall has something called dancer's hip!
Marshall: It's a basketball injury, they only call it that because it's common among ballet dancers. (realizes what he's done) Oh, no.
Robin: Do any of the other little girls in your class have dancer's hip?
Ted: Is it easier to dance with no external genitalia?
Marshall: Yeah, don't step over it, just go right for the throat!
Lily: Yeah guys, come on. Marshall didn't get this from dancing. The stirrups were probably just set too high during his last visit to the gyno.
The German episode title is "Die Tänzerhüfte", meaning "Dancer's Hip". The French title is "Possible, pas possible", meaning "Possible, Not Possible". The Italian title is "Nessun limite", meaning "No Limit".
International Airdates: Australia: April 20, 2009 on Channel 7; Germany: January 16, 2010 on ProSieben; United Kingdom: March 11, 2010 on E4; Czech Republic: November 15, 2010 on Prima COOL
Lily's large belly after hot dog eating contests is a way to work Allison Hannigan's real-life pregnancy into the show.
The www.barneysvideoresume.com website that Barney mentions really exists and plays the résumé seen during the episode.
Original Title: "Barney Stinson: That Guy's Awesome"
Barney's video résumé, the plotline, and the title of the episode are plays on Alexey Vayner's video résumé, "Impossible Is Nothing", which appeared on the Internet in 2006.
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