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"First Time in New York" How I Met Your Mother episode Episode no. Season 2 Episode 12 Directed by Pamela Fryman Written by Gloria Calderon Kellet Production code 2ALH12 Original air date January 8, 2007 Guest stars Lyndsy Fonseca (Daughter) David Henrie (Son) Misti Traya (Molly, Ted's First) Lucy Hale (Katie Scherbatsky) Ryan Pinkston (Sister's Boyfriend) Season 2 episodes 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 "First Time in New York" is the 12th episode in the second season of the television series How I Met Your Mother. It originally aired on January 8, 2007. Contents 1 Plot 2 Music 3 Cultural references 4 Continuity 5 References 6 External links Plot Robin realizes that she is in love with Ted, but she can't bring herself to say it; instead, she says "falafel." While telling Lily about it, Robin admits that she's never said "I love you" to a man before; none of her relationships have progressed that far. Robin's sister Katie is coming to visit New York for the first time, and Ted suggests that he and Robin take her to the Empire State Building. When Katie arrives, Robin is surprised to see that she is with her boyfriend Kyle, who is in town visiting his cousin; Kyle is immature and obnoxious, spending all his time ogling attractive women in front of Katie. Katie tells Robin she's planning on having sex with Kyle, and Robin recruits everyone else to help her convince Katie not to. The gang takes Katie to the Empire State Building, which they use as a thinly-veiled metaphor for waiting for sex. Katie gets annoyed and accuses Robin of being a hypocrite. She says that she read Robin's diary and knows Robin lost her virginity when she was 16. Frustrated, Katie stalks off to smoke. Everyone reflects on the first time they had sex. Barney tells them a story that turns out stolen from Dirty Dancing. Lily and Marshall did it in college; they wanted to wait and make it special, but did it in his dorm room with Ted in the top bunk. In the middle of sex, Robin's boyfriend admitted that he was gay. Robin says that they only "barely" had sex, and when Lily says it doesn't count, Marshall realizes that she went halfway with her high school boyfriend, Scooter. Lily doesn't understand why Marshall is mad at her, because she didn't really have sex with Scooter. She compares it to being in the Empire State building; they're in the lobby right now, and nobody buys tickets to get to the lobby. It doesn't count if you don't get to the top. Katie comes back and says she's going to see Kyle. Robin says that Katie only has one chance to lose her virginity and that she should do it with someone special, not Kyle. Katie points out that Robin has done it with "a hundred" guys and she couldn't have been in love with them all. Robin insists that she had some kind of feeling for all of them, and Katie puts her on the spot by asking her if she loves Ted. Ted pulls Robin aside and tells her that it's no big deal. Robin says that she just doesn't want to do it too soon. Ted asks, "Like I did?" Robin calls him an "I love you slut" and he calls her an "I love you prude". Ted then takes his "I love you" back. Future Ted tries to convince his kids that when Katie slept with Kyle, she got pregnant with quintuplets, moved into a trailer park, and died an alcoholic. But in reality, Katie doesn't sleep with Kyle. Robin says that Katie admits it was because Ted told Katie about his first time, in which he told a girl he loved her when he didn't and he never saw her again. He told her that all 17-year-old boys just want sex and will say anything to get it, even the nice ones. Katie tells Kyle she wants to wait and he dumps her. Robin tells Ted that the story doesn't sound like him, and he admits that it happened the other way around (the girl didn't mean it when she said she loved him). Robin then tells Ted that she loves him and they kiss. At the end of the episode, the group takes Katie back to the Empire State building, and Marshall says that the last trip didn't count because they didn't get out of the lobby. Lily points out that, by that logic, he is the only one she's had sex with. Later that day, after Katie has left, they go to the bar and egg Barney to tell them the real story of his first time. He tries unsuccessfully to describe sex scenes from various movies before admitting that he was 23 and it was with his mother's 45-year-old friend Rhonda. Realizing how much this embarrasses Barney, the group decides to pretend they never heard the real story. Music The Weepies - "Gotta Have You" Mickey & Sylvia - "Love Is Strange" Nada Surf - "Always Love" Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes - "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" Cultural references Barney's story of when he lost his virginity is a parody of Patrick Swayze's role in Dirty Dancing. Marshall also has had the Patrick Swayze hit single "She's Like the Wind" stuck in his head since he saw the movie on TV. Later, Barney tries to use stories from Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Risky Business and WarGames as his "first time" stories, but his friends call him on it (with Ted pointing out that WarGames didn't even have a sex scene in it). Continuity The story about Ted being awake while Marshall and Lily lost their virginity is revealed after being mentioned in the pilot as one of their "firsts" in which Ted was present. The story about Barney losing his virginity to Rhonda comes up again in "The Yips", but there is a continuity error. While telling his story, Barney mentions that for two weeks his "comforter smelled like menthol cigarettes", where in The Yips, the story actually happens in Rhonda's bed. Barney's Freeway theory is introduced. Also, in "Ted Mosby: Architect", Barney is seen applying the "6 hour exit" along with Robin and Lily. Also, as Barney mentions the seven month exit, he tells Ted and Robin that that is when they are going to break up, which actually happens, as seen in "Something Blue". Robin's sister Katie is wearing a necklace throughout the episode with the name "Emily." The actor's name is Lucy. References External links "First Time in New York" at First Time in New York at the Internet Movie Database v · d · eHow I Met Your Mother Episodes · Characters (Barney Stinson) Seasons Season 1 · Season 2 · Season 3 · Season 4 · Season 5 · Season 6 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"