In "The Pineapple Incident" Ted said he left Trudy a message, and she never called him back. However, in this episode Ted says he wishes he had called her.
The "Belt" is a replica of the WWF Championship belt from the Attitude Era.
Marshall: Okay, new scenario: We're caught in a car crash, you die, I'm left paralyzed. Two sexy nurses come in with a six-pack of wine coolers. I try to blink at them in Morse code. (blinks his eyes) Please... no... I love my dead wife. But they're medical professionals and I have to assume this is good for me.
Lily: Fine, sleep with your nurses. Tonight you ride the unicycle.
Marshall: Already did this morning.
Ted: What? We agreed! I suited up!
Barney: You take too long to get ready.
Ted: What are you talking about? I got the low-maintenance, just-rolled-out-of-bed look.
Marshall: Which takes about an hour-and-a-half of waxing, tugging, and teasing to achieve.
Barney: And then he starts on his hair.
Marshall: If Lily died before me, I could easily go for the belt.
Lily: If I died before you, I could easily come back and haunt your penis.
Marshall: (not wearing pants) Wait, I thought we were in for the evening.
Barney: That's what I thought about your bangers and mash, but apparently we're both wrong, governor!
Barney: The real Wimbledon lasts a fortnight.
Marshall: British words are cool. Also, their lawyers wear wigs. I wore a wig at work once, and they laughed at me.
Trudy: (fantasy) Ted, what's wrong?
Ted: I was just thinking about this documentary I saw once. About something called a super volcano. (to Barney) Okay, what the hell?
Barney: Wait for it...
Ted: (fantasy) It can happen at anytime. And obliterate all life on Earth. Which is why I live by three simple words; don't postpone joy.
Rachel: Oh, my God.
Trudy: That's so true.
Ted: (present) Mortality angle. That's actually pretty good. I can do this.
Rachel: (fantasy) You give the most amazing foot massage.
Ted: That's because I used to practice all the time on my grandmother. (to Barney) Why in God's name would I say that?
Barney: It's endearing! You're a caregiver. Never take family values out of the equation.
Lily: I cannot give up my bedroom to a boot thief. She should be punished, not rewarded.
Ted: Fine, then I'll try to work in a little light spanking.
Ted: It's a tricycle!
Barney: No way, no way, no way!
Marshall: What's happening?
(Barney gives Marshall the phone)
Ted: It's a tricycle!
Marshall: No way, no way, no way! It's a tricycle!
Lily: I'll say it now, all sorority girls are sluts.
Barney: (on women with unshaved legs) Guys just want to get on the green. They don't mind going through the rough.
Ian: Hey, Robin, the valet just pulled my car in. I thought we could go back to my place, if you're in the mood for a nightcap.
Robin: Absolutely, I just have to go to the ladies room. I've got TB: tiny bladder.
Barney: Ted, if you're going to go for the Belt, then the bylaws require me to ask the following questions: 1. Is the aggregate age of all participants under 83?
Barney: 2. Is the aggregate weight of all participants under 400 pounds?
Barney: Theodore Mosby, are you paying these women?
International Air Dates: Czech Republic: September 21, 2010 on Prima COOL
The German episode title is "Angst vorm Dreirad", meaning "Fear of the Tricycle". The French title is "Le roi de la triplette", meaning "King of the Tricycle". The Italian title is "Il triciclo", meaning "The Tricycle".
Guest Busy Philipps recurred on Freaks and Geeks, which starred main cast member Jason Segel.
"Passenger Side" by Wilco
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