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The website www.weddingbridemovie.com on the bottom of the poster for Tony's movie, The Wedding Bride, is a real website and contains the movie poster shown during the episode.
Barney seems to have gotten over his fear of driving from "Arrivederci Fiero" and his lack of interest in cars from "The Chain of Screaming". He's suddenly driving as if he has been all his life.
We learn Ted's ringtone is Robin's "Let's Go to the Mall".
Marshall's ranking of Presidents by how dirty their names sound:
This episode contradicts earlier established continuity that Barney didn't become obsessed with sexual conquests until after his hippie phase working at a coffee shop, where his girlfriend was stolen from him as they were preparing to go on a Peace Corps mission.
Old Persons List includes:
- Put on reading glasses
- Yell at neighborhood kids
- Go to bed at 8
- Wake up at 4am
- Eat dinner at 4pm
- Take forever to answer the phone
The Murtaugh list includes: - Playing laser tag - Pull an all–nighter - Eat an entire pizza - Hang posters on your wall without frames - Get ear pierced - Do laundry at mom's house - Crash on a friends futon instead of getting a hotel room - Put off going to the doctor¬ - Drinking shots with strangers - Leave annoying two person message on your answering machine - Help someone move out of a six-floor walk-up in exchange for pizza and beer - Dye your hair a funny color - Go to a rave - Drink from a Beer bong
When Barney gets warned that he will be banned from laser tag if he goes on playing so aggressively, one can read on the whiteboard behind that he holds all the records.
In the scene where Ted, Barney, Marshall and Lily gathered to watch Robin's morning show, it can be seen that Robin showed a photo of the gang to her viewers. And it was clearly the photo that they "supposedly" capture one year after that, when they meet up at the bar, drinking the 2500 dollar scotch (this can be seen in episode 4 of season 4 : Intervention). How can the picture exist when it was actually taken one year after that?
Barney says he always has to lie perfectly still so won't wrinkle his suitjama. However, in 2x05 when Lily is living with Barney we actually see him in two different pajamas, non of them being a suitjama.
In this episode, Taran Killam returns to the series as recurring character Blauman. However, in the previous episode "Life Among the Gorillas", Barney recounts the story of Blauman, who quit his job at GNB, became a janitor, then died.
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.
Vikings jerseys worn in the Minnesota-themed bar bear the last names of series star Cobie Smulders, episode writer Chuck Tatham, episode director Pamela Fryman, and series co-creator Carter Bays.
The scene that shows Thanksgiving in 3-5 years correctly leaves out Marshall's father, Marvin. As we now know, Marvin Eriksen dies in the Season 6 episode "Bad News", two years from this episode.
At the end of the episode we see a flash forward to "Thanksgiving three to five years from now" and it is Marshall's family and Lily, but in Slapsgiving Ted states that every year all the friends spend Thanksgiving at Marshall and Lily's (not his parents).
In this episode Marshall states, "I've been in plenty of fights," a point which is proven by the end of the episode. But in "Sweet Taste of Liberty", after he confronts a man about touching Lily he claims he's never been in a fight before.
At the end when Mitch is walking down the street, he has two shadows: one projected on the pavement and another projected onto the wall behind him.
When Lily is about to write down the "50 reasons to have sex," she takes her pen out of her purse, takes off the cap, then grabs her cocktail napkin. But two camera shots later, she is again taking off the pen cap.
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