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Tuesday, March 20, 2007

How I Met Your Mother - Barney's Law

Moving Day

Barney steals Ted's moving truck to block him from moving in with Robin. Marshall and Lily are lost without Ted as a roommate. Ted and Robin realise that they are not ready to move in together and everything is restored back to normal.

In between, there is Lasertag, sex in a truck, swords, smoking in a tub, toilet paper as towels, and a naked Marshall and Lily on the couch. I so enjoy this show. All this even before Barney lists Top Ten names he would have called his truck:

Barney:
Number ten, "The Winne-Bango."
Number nine, "The Pick-Up Truck."
Number eight, "The Ford Explore Her."
Number seven, "The You Scream Truck."
You Scream. (they all laugh)
Number six, "Feels on Wheels!" Hello!
Number five, "The Ride Her Truck."
Number four, "The 18-Squeeler."
Number three, "The Esca-Laid."
Number two, "The Slam-Boney."
and...
the number one thing I would've called my truck if Ted hadn't been a jerk and given it back...
(table drumroll)
"The '69 Chevy."

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

sorry, as a foreign audience, didn't get a couple of Barney's names:
1. "The Winne-Bango." I know "Winnebago" is a brand for RV. why Bango?

2. "The Pick-Up Truck." Where's the pun?

3. "The Slam-Boni." Didn't get it at all.

4. "69 Chevy." I know it's a famous model. Where's the pun again?

Thanks if you can help explain.

BTW, what a great show!

vance said...

1. "Banging" someone alludes to... well. you know.
2. Pick Up as in picking up someone (alluding to on a date or more).
3. Zamboni is a vehicle that soothes the ice for an ice rink. So again. Slam Boni.. hehe... as in Slamming the... well. you know? Boni referring to a male anatomy basically.
4. "69" is a position term. Picture people replicating the number 69... (and if you get a chance to see it, check out a short film by French auteur Francois Ozon of that name).

Basically, they all refer to slang silly terms for sex and such...

love Barney...
love that he did it as Dave Letterman including the hee hee...

Bo Bo said...

Bango refers to the sound of humping
Pick-up like u pick up a girl at a bar
Slamboni like slamming a girl in bed
69 is a sex position

jenny said...

hey thanks a lot for your explanations! helped me a lot, too!!!
but what about the 18-squealer?? I have no clue..
and feels on wheels refers to meals on wheels? just insted of meals he says feels (for touches)?

your comments are very appreciated. thank you!

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