'Return of the Shirt' - Season 1, Episode 4
Ted finds a shirt that he hasn't seen for years, spurring him to reconsider a past girlfriend.
Air Date: October 10th 2005.
Barney: There are only two reasons to date a girl you've already daTed: breast implants.
Robin: So I'm not gonna jeopardize my promotion by saying "booger" for 50 bucks.
Barney: Of course not, because now you're saying "nipple" and it's 100. Step into my web!
Robin: So, next time you're passing City Hall, make sure and stop by New York's oldest hot dog cart. Today a delicious hot dog will cost you $2.50, but back when the stand first opened in 1955, you could get one for only a nipple. Reporting live, Robin Scherbatsky, Metro News 1.
Barney: Hey, is it cold in here? Cause I can kinda see Robin's nickels.
Barney: Oh, search your soul, Robin. You and I both know this wasn't about the money. Sure, Metro News 1 pays you jack. And, hey, a little green salad on the side is good for you, me and Mr. McGee.
Lily: Seriously, who talks like that?
Lily: (Hitting Ted) Who breaks up with somebody on their answering machine on their birthday?!
Marshall: Yeah dude, e-mail.
Barney: No, that was a big mistake, Ted, you should have done it in person. Desperate please-don't-leave-me sex is amazing.
Natalie: (In bed with Ted) Wow, maybe it was the caffeine, but you've really brought your game up to a whole new level.
Ted: Thanks, I did just start subscribing to Esquire. They have some helpful columns. The following is from the October issue.
Robin: I am a journalist!
Barney: What? Journalist? You're the little fluff-pieces at the end of the news. Old people, babies, monkeys, that's not journalism. That's just things in a diaper.