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5.11 - Last Cigarette Ever Aired December 14, 2009

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The gang tries hard to kick their smoking habit, while Robin deals with a downbeat new co-anchor at Channel 1.

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Guest Stars: Benjamin Koldyke as Don Frank, Bob Odenkirk as Arthur Hobbs, Harvey Fierstein as Lily's Smoking Voice (v.o.), Lyndsy Fonseca as Daughter, David Henrie as Son, Ron Nicolosi as Mike, Trent Peltz as Ricky, Tyler Peterson as 13-year-old Marshall

Written by: Theresa Mulligan

Directed by: Pamela Fryman

Quotes (8)

Marshall: Hey!
Lily: You smoked.
Marshall: Yes, I smoked! And it was my third of the day! You know what that means? I'm a smoker now! It's all over! I even bought a pack on the way home, and a lighter, and a Vikings lamp which has nothing to do with anything but I saw it in the window and I liked it.
Lily: Damn it, Marshall! We already have four Vikings lamps, and smoking kills!

Barney: I am not a smoker. I only smoke in certain situations: post-coital, when I'm with Germans—sometimes those two overlap—coital, birthdays, to annoy my mom, pre-coital, on a sailboat, the day The Mets are mathematically eliminated every year, and, of course—wait for it 'cause Lord knows I have—pregnancy scares.
Ted: Why are you smoking right now?
Barney: I'm always pre-coital, Ted.

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