The entirety of this episode revolves around the awesomeness of the naked man, and it was clever how they built ordinary man Mitch into a superhero — he always tells the truth, he even wears a cape! Blahblah, a girl whom Ted has met online and one of his more memorable exes, makes up a too-good-to-be-true story about their meeting in a cooking class which prompts the friends to reminisce about how they first met each other. Not this time. Because there's no tomorrow…" As he spoke, as he said that long, rambling, disjointed sentence, all Robin could do was watch his lips and think about how cute he was and how many times in McLaren's she'd longed to kiss them and had been forced to watch Lily and Marshall making out instead. And then it just kind of happened. She loved… "I love you," He said. Anything typically feminine that males do is disgusting, like how they make Marshall to be a wuss when he talks about love, or having sex with just Lily.
You did The Naked Woman for me and that just increases your awesome.
The Naked Man
It made her bold, somehow, to see this vulnerable side of him, the side he'd only ever shown her once before. Barney's thumb brushed the underside of her jaw and he still wore that questioning look. Ted then spends the entire episode trying to figure out what happened the night before and, most importantly, where the pineapple came from. He may not fit society's definition of a hero, but he is the hero I needed. Quid pro bro. Robin had already gone through all the more logical scenarios in her head.