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"The Sexless Innkeeper" How I Met Your Mother episode Episode no. Season 5 Episode 4 Directed by Pamela Fryman Written by Craig Thomas Carter Bays Production code 5ALH04 Original air date October 12, 2009 Guest stars Julianna Guill (Busty Girl-Ted sequence) Marshall Manesh (Ranjit) K.T. Tatara (Py) Season 5 episodes Definitions Double Date Robin 101 The Sexless Innkeeper Duel Citizenship Bagpipes The Rough Patch The Playbook Slapsgiving 2: Revenge of the Slap The Window Last Cigarette Ever Girls Versus Suits Jenkins Perfect Week Rabbit or Duck Hooked Of Course Say Cheese Zoo or False Home Wreckers Twin Beds Robots Versus Wrestlers The Wedding Bride Doppelgangers "The Sexless Innkeeper" is the fourth episode of the fifth season of the CBS situation comedy How I Met Your Mother and 92nd overall. It originally aired on October 12, 2009. Contents 1 Plot 2 Cultural references 3 Continuity 4 Critical response 5 References 6 External links Plot As seen in "Definitions", Lily and Marshall are very excited to have another couple to hang out with. Future Ted explains that they had fared poorly with previous couples, coming across as clingy and desperate. With Barney and Robin now a couple, they hope to turn their luck around. After an evening together, Lily and Marshall are under the impression that it was "the best night ever", despite Robin and Barney being obviously bored and uncomfortable throughout. Robin and Barney ignore their messages and avoid Lily and Marshall, but they eventually admit that they don't want to be "couple friends". Devastated, Lily and Marshall blame each other for the failure, citing Marshall's bizarre photo montages of trivial events and Lily's tendency to plan big outings much too quickly. After a week apart from Lily and Marshall, Robin and Barney realize they miss their friends, and head over to their condo, only to find them enjoying the company of another couple. Barney and Robin are crushed by the rejection, and sing a rendition of "All by Myself" as a duet. They interrupt another couple's night at Lily and Marshall's apartment, leading them outside with a trail of egg timers for Charades. In the rain, Barney and Robin ask for one more chance, which Marshall and Lily grant them, attracted by their "bad boy... and girl" mystique. ("I think we can change them," says Marshall.) They promise to never fight again, and share a hug. Meanwhile, Ted has settled into the persona of a professor, often wearing a tweed jacket, even at MacLaren's. He claims it attracts the ladies, but after a woman leaves his apartment in the morning without having sex, Barney calls him the "Sexless Innkeeper." He elaborates with a poem set in a Dickensian version of Queens, where he was caught in a blizzard, walked a few blocks to an ugly woman's apartment, and feigned sleep to avoid sex. Ted is annoyed at the new nickname, which of course spurs Barney on. Later, as Barney and Robin leave for brunch with Lily and Marshall, Ted recites a poem of his own for Barney, telling the tale of a busty young blonde woman who was turned on by his professor persona. Barney's is skeptical, but is left speechless when the young woman appears at Ted's bedroom door, inviting Ted back to bed, thus ending the reign of the Sexless Innkeeper. After Robin reminds Barney of their planned brunch with Marshall and Lily, he screams, "What have I done?" Cultural references Marshall has a story about seeing Sammy Hagar eating a Belgian waffle in Cabo San Lucas, where Hagar has a nightclub called Cabo Wabo Cantina. Ted asks Barney: "Wait, If this was last year (2008), why are you acting like it was Oliver Twist?", referring to the title of Charles Dickens' second novel. Ranjit says to Marshall and Lily "Phalguni and I are just not that into you" mirroring the name of the 2009 film He's Just Not That into You. Continuity Robin and Barney's being questioned by the maître d’ for having dinner for two is a reference to the episode "World's Greatest Couple", where Marshall is questioned for having brunch by himself. Lily and Marshall's issues regarding other couples had already been introduced in "The Platinum Rule", when we learn about their "relationship" with the next-door couple. That same episode also shows Marshall and Lilly's love of playing charades. On one of the failed couples nights, as the other couple gets up to leave, Marshall says "If you leave now Colonel Mustard just gets away with it" showing that Marshall already knows who was guilty before the end of the "CLUE" game. Marshall is great at games as introduced in "Game Night". This is the second time the gang references Oliver Twist, the first time being in 'Sorry Bro' when Barney mocks Marshall's cut off pants by saying "Please sir, may I have some more?" Critical response Donna Bowman of The A.V. Club rated the episode with a grade B.[1] Brian Zoromski of IGN gave the episode 6.8 out of 10. The review described the episode as "disappointing and mostly unfunny"; he went on to say that he liked the premise of Marshall writing sentimental songs for mundane occasions, but that it was not part of a believable story.[2] References ^ Donna Bowman (2009-10-05). "How I Met Your Mother: The Sexless Innkeeper". The AV Club. The Onion. http://www.avclub.com/articles/the-sexless-innkeeper,34014/. Retrieved 2010-01-31.  ^ Brian Zoromski (2009-10-13). "How I Met Your Mother: The Sexless Innkeeper Review. A disappointing, mostly unfunny episode.". IGN (News Corporation). http://tv.ign.com/articles/103/1034692p1.html. Retrieved 2010-01-31.  External links The Sexless Innkeeper at the Internet Movie Database The Sexless Innkeeper at TV.com http://itwasTheBestNightEver.com/ Tie-in website for the episode. v · d · eHow I Met Your Mother Episodes · Characters (Barney Stinson) Seasons Season 1 · Season 2 · Season 3 · Season 4 · Season 5 · Season 6 · Season 7 Related articles Carter Bays · Craig Thomas · "Nothing Suits Me Like a Suit" v · d · eHow I Met Your Mother episodes Season 1 "Pilot" · "Purple Giraffe" · "Sweet Taste of Liberty" · "Return of the Shirt" · "Okay Awesome" · "Slutty Pumpkin" · "Matchmaker" · "The Duel" · "Belly Full of Turkey" · "The Pineapple Incident" · "The Limo" · "The Wedding" · "Drumroll, Please" · "Zip, Zip, Zip" · "Game Night" · "Cupcake" · "Life Among the Gorillas" · "Nothing Good Happens After 2 A.M." · "Mary the Paralegal" · "Best Prom Ever" · "Milk" · "Come On" Season 2 "Where Were We? · "The Scorpion and the Toad" · "Brunch" · "Ted Mosby: Architect" · "World's Greatest Couple" · "Aldrin Justice" · "Swarley" · "Atlantic City" · "Slap Bet" · "Single Stamina" · "How Lily Stole Christmas" · "First Time in New York" · "Columns" · "Monday Night Football" · "Lucky Penny" · "Stuff" · "Arrivederci, Fiero" · "Moving Day" · "Bachelor Party" · "Showdown" · "Something Borrowed" · "Something Blue" Season 3 "Wait for It" · "We're Not from Here" · "Third Wheel" · "Little Boys" · "How I Met Everyone Else" · "I'm Not That Guy" · "Dowisetrepla" · "Spoiler Alert" · "Slapsgiving" · "The Yips" · "The Platinum Rule" · "No Tomorrow" · "Ten Sessions" · "The Bracket" · "The Chain of Screaming" · "Sandcastles in the Sand" · "The Goat" · "Rebound Bro" · "Everything Must Go" · "Miracles" Season 4 "Do I Know You?" · "The Best Burger in New York" · "I Heart NJ" · "Intervention" · "Shelter Island" · "Happily Ever After" · "Not a Father's Day" · "Woooo!" · "The Naked Man" · "The Fight" · "Little Minnesota" · "Benefits" · "Three Days of Snow" · "The Possimpible" · "The Stinsons" · "Sorry, Bro" · "The Front Porch" · "Old King Clancy" · "Murtaugh" · "Mosbius Designs" · "The Three Days Rule" · "Right Place, Right Time" · "As Fast as She Can" · "The Leap" Season 5 "Definitions" · "Double Date" · "Robin 101" · "The Sexless Innkeeper" · "Duel Citizenship" · "Bagpipes" · "The Rough Patch" · "The Playbook" · "Slapsgiving 2: Revenge of the Slap" · "The Window" · "Last Cigarette Ever" · "Girls Versus Suits" · "Jenkins"  · "Perfect Week" · "Rabbit or Duck" · "Hooked" · "Of Course" · "Say Cheese" · "Zoo or False" · "Home Wreckers" · "Twin Beds" · "Robots Versus Wrestlers" · "The Wedding Bride" · "Doppelgangers" Season 6 "Big Days" · "Cleaning House" · "Unfinished" · "Subway Wars" · "Architect of Destruction" · "Baby Talk" · "Canning Randy" · "Natural History" · "Glitter" · "Blitzgiving" · "The Mermaid Theory" · "False Positive" · "Bad News" · "Last Words" · "Oh Honey" · "Desperation Day" · "Garbage Island"  · "A Change of Heart"  · "Legendaddy" · "The Exploding Meatball Sub" · "Hopeless" · "The Perfect Cocktail" · "Landmarks" · "Challenge Accepted"