Marshall's game night leads to some startling and very embarrassing revelations.

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During a game night Robin gets to meet Victoria. What actually was planned to be a funny night turns quite serious when Barney's former love Shannon gives an old tape to Lily which shows the "real" Barney. While watching the tape an embarrassed Barney storms off. When he returns, Barney tells a story from 1998, when he seems to have been a whole different person, and what made him the person he is today. To make Barney feel better, all others also tell their most embarrassing stories. Written by Sab

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Comedy | Romance

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27 February 2006 (USA)  »

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Trivia

"Marshallopoly" was the original title of this episode. See more »

Goofs

Lily says the word 'what' which goes unpunished by Marshall, when she says "what was her name". See more »

Quotes

Lily Aldrin: You brought the game to the bar?
Marshall: Well, we're not quitting just 'cause Ted's so far ahead.
Ted Mosby: I was winning?
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Instead of the usual opening sequence, only the title is shown in white text on black background with a 3 second version of the theme. See more »


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Performed by My Morning Jacket
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Greenpeace Barney
28 July 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

(1) How much do I like this episode? 3/5. (2) Directing: 2/3. (3) Editing: 2/3. (4) Plot/Story: 4/5. (5) Dialogue: 2/3. (6) Memorability/Uniqueness: 2/3. (7) Quality of characters: 2/2. (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: 3/5. (12) Entertainment value: 3/4. (13) Overall quality: 4/5.

Overall rating: 34/50, which is 68% and so a 7/10.


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