She tells Barney how uncomfortable the thought of him going to a strip club makes her, but he ignores her.Lily is so enthralled by her stripper twin that she and Marshall get a private dance.
Lissa's post: "First of all, the majority of the regular members here are women.
Maybe Double Your Dating works with brainless skanks who just want a one night stand, but it doesn't work with women with any intelligence or sense of self-worth. Contrary to what you say and believe, the type of guy I wanted is the kind who isn't so insecure that he has to read a manual to "get chicks." The type of guy who doesn't want to "get chicks" or "double his dating", but to have a real relationship with a real woman. I just described my husband." Serendipity's post: "The reason I worry about it?
Meanwhile, the rest of the gang grapples with relationship questions.
Though Barney claims to have tickets to an origin of Chewbacca exhibit, which Marshall is genuinely excited about, they instead head to the Lusty Leopard strip bar, where Marshall is uncomfortable because he considers fantasies cheating.
It is also revealed that the gang has seen two other doppelgängers; a butch "Lesbian Robin", and "Mustache Marshall", Hispanic lawyer Señor Justicia.
Lily is excited about the find, but Robin gets mad about Barney going to a strip club.
Robin wants to have a serious talk about the relationship, but Barney remains oblivious.
Before Ted and Jen can kiss again on the roof, he stops and realizes that their quirks are part of who they are and that they should hold out for someone who'll not just tolerate them, but like them.
When "Lily" responds with a thick accent, a rather sullen tone and a cigarette in hand, "Jasmine" falls on stage and, realising that Lily has traded places with Jasmine and is now onstage, leaps up to help her.
True story: I heard this song ["Rewind" by Goldspot] in my head while reading the script for this episode. Its bittersweet poignancy was the perfect tone to play in an episode about missed opportunities, second chances and bad timing.
Brian Zoromski of IGN gave the episode 7.5 out of 10.