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The song playing at the end of the episode was "The Wind" by Cat Stevens.
The dating profile Barney set up to test Ted reads:
I'm just a girl with a master's degree in nerdy stuff like poetry or something searching for the one. I'm old-fashioned about romance but by no mean a prude. In face I was a competitive gymnast so I can bend like spaghetti in the sack, which probably doesn't matter to you,but it really should, Ted. I share my Soho loft and all my secrets with my dog Pablo (named after my favourite poet: the great Neruda!) I love pre-war architecture. Well I love all architecture! Though not anything by Sven! Barf,right?! There's nothing hotter than a guy who's down with crosswords. Get it...down? Oh and I love puns.
Love In The Time Of Cholera (Spanish version,claro!) and anything by Pablo Neruda
Nothing beats Ghostbusters but a close second would be Die Hard... or A Moeda Collector... or really anything from the guy who played Argyle in Die Hard's catalog
Doing the New York Times crossword, cooking,pun and games (wink!), oh and I love to travel. I just spend a weekend in Cleveland at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and I didn't hate it!
WHAT I'M LOOKING FOR:
The one! Just a down-to-earth guy who knows a bunch of stupid facts about turn of the century coinage and junk like that. I don't mind if he has baggage, like if he was once left at the alter or beaten up by a goat. Also, I'm a sucker for an out-of-date plaid shirt. At the end of the day all I really want is a guy to correct me on things like grammar and punctuation and where the apostrophe's go. Because that's really hot,Ted.
On the last scene of this episode Marshall is seen smoking a cigarette, as Lily is in labor. In Season's 5 "Last Cigarette Ever" there is a reference which states that Marshall's real last cigarette ever was the day his son was born.
The shot of Robin as a guest on The Late Show with David Letterman was a shot of a real episode when Cobie Smulders was a guest.
The Puzzles website is real and can be accessed at www.puzzlesthebar.com
Ted and Barney call their baby Hurricane. In "Disaster Averted," Ted mentions to Marshall how cool the name Hurricane would be for his and Lily's child.
We can see Nora's parents in the episode 'Change of Heart' in season 6 and clearly they use different people to play their role in this episode.
Barney tells Ted his training is complete when he picks the hot girl over him. However this is a violation of his Bro Code: Article #1 - Bros before Hos. Historically, Ted has always upheld the Bro Code, but this action is in violation of it.
When Barney and Nora go onto the balcony, it is showed that the wall not exposed to the camera in Barney's apartment has a shelving unit. However, in several previous episodes, Barney's entire wall is a television screen.
In the episode 'Twin Beds' (season 5) we learned that Lilly doesn't let Marshall eat on the bed. However in this episode, it shows that Lilly herself enjoys a midnight snack on the bed.
Marshall leaving the bar at the end with Lily marks the first time a character has exited the booth towards the camera. In previous episodes, different camera angles have shown that the booth is actually against a wall, which is why the characters have always exited away from the camera.
When Ted gets up to go to the restroom, there are two glasses on the table. When he comes back, there is only one.
Trivia: The background music at Marshall's office during the party is actually a bunch of Ewoks singing "yub yub" to the same tune of the celebration song at the end of Return of the Jedi.
When Marshall finds his "You can call me Beercules" video on the Internet, the subsequent video made following his later visit to his old friend Peter is already shown in "Other Views".
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