Just as Ted and Victoria's relationship is beginning to flourish, she's offered a scholarship to a culinary institute in Germany.

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Victoria is about to leave to go to Germany for two years for a donate fellowship. Ted doesn't know if he should her ask to stay or if he should tell her to leave. Marshall needs a new suit and Barney helps him. Meanwhile, Robin and Victoria accompany Lily to a wedding dress fitting and also the girls talk about whether Victoria should leave Ted or not. Written by la-de-da

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Comedy | Romance

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When the guys are at the tailor and the tailor speaks a foreign language, Marshall says he's speaking Ukrainian. The tailor is actually speaking Russian, and he doesn't say that Ted's moping is disrupting his process as Barney claims he understands. He actually says, "Boys, you're in my way. I need to finish this job." See more »

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Ted Mosby: Long distance is a lie teenagers tell each other to get laid the summer before college.
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References Punky Brewster (1984) See more »

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Where Is My Mind?
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Long distance cupcake
28 July 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

(1) How much do I like this episode? 2/5. (2) Directing: 2/3. (3) Editing: 2/3. (4) Plot/Story: 2/5. (5) Dialogue: 1/3. (6) Memorability/Uniqueness: 1/3. (7) Quality of characters: 1/2. (8) Acting: 3/5. (9) Cinematography: 2/4. (10) Style/Art Direction/Wardrobe/Make-up & Hair: 2/3. (11) Emotion/Experience of watching it/Catharsis: 2/5. (12) Entertainment value: 2/4. (13) Overall quality: 3/5.

Overall rating: 25/50, which is 50% and so a 5/10.


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