Barney: Want to get a cup of coffee? 20 minutes? Look, I was such a jerk to you, you can spend the entire time calling me every dirty name in the book.
Nora: I speak four languages. I'm gonna need more than 20 minutes.
Barney: I'll call you. You look beautiful, by the way. And here I thought it was too late for sundresses.
Nora: It's never too late, Barney.
At the end of Legendaddy, when Barney was attempting to remove his younger half-brother's basketball hoop, he and his father had this exchange:
Jerry: Barney, what is going on?
Barney: This is mine.
Jerry: I donít understand..
Barney: J.J gets a childhood, a dad, a real family, and a basketball hoop? No, no, I at least get the hoop, Im taking it with me.
Jerry: Please, just come down, and talk to me.
Barney: Why, why should I? Youíre lame, okay. Youíre just some lame suburban dad.
Jerry: Why does that make you so mad?!
Barney: Because if you were gonna be some lame suburban dad, why couldnít you have been that for me?!
- Followed by Jerry still teaching Barney how to use the screwdriver.
Jerry: Righty tighty lefty loosey.
- And then followed by Barney taking the basketball hoop to Ted's new house and (calling back to something Ted had said earlier in the episode) asks if he still wants a basketball hoop for his kids.
Barney: No, you were right. A kid needs a hoop.
- During the dinner scene, Barney is clearly bitter, and tries to act as if he's been with the family all along, treating J.J. like an Annoying Younger Sibling. After Barney leaves, J.J. gleefully says, "I like having a brother!"