Where Were We?:
"Cryin' in the Streets" by George Perkins and the Silver Stars (Ted's summary at the beginning)
"Give Up the Funk" by Parliament (George Clinton's cameo)
"Boys Don't Cry" by Grant Lee Phillips (cover of the Cure song) (ending)
The Scorpion and the Toad:
"It Was Love" by The Elected (Lily and Marshall talk at the end)
Ted Mosby, Architect:
"Here I Dreamt I Was an Architect" by The Decemberists (Ted and Robin talk at the end)
World's Greatest Couple:
"Don't Call Me Whitney, Bobby" by Islands (Lily castrates Barney's apartment)
"Fernando" by ABBA (Marshall leaves Brad and Kara)
"we're #1" by The World Record (near the end)
Swarley(aka Crazy Eyes):
"I Am Woman" by Helen Reddy (Ted's radio request surprise)
"Forever" by The Explorers Club (Lily and Marshall get back together)
"Where Everybody Knows Your Name (The Cheers theme song)" by Gary Portnoy (epilogue)
"Sink to the Bottom" by Fountains of Wayne
Slap Bet(aka Robin Sparkles):
"Let's Go to the Mall" by Robin Sparkles (written by Carter Bays and Craig Thomas, performed by Cobie Smulders)
"Skyway" by The Replacements (ending)
UNIDENTIFIED: Music at the bar where James and the gang hang out.
How Lily Stole Christmas:
"Backdoor Santa" by Clarence Carter (Marshall's story)
The gang sings "Silent Night."
UNIDENTIFIED: Reggae song in the dorm room flashback.
First Time In New York:
"Gotta Have You" by The Weepies (beginning)
"Love is Strange" by Mickey & Sylvia (Barney's "Dirty Dancing")
"Always Love" by Nada Surf (ending wrap-up)
"(I've Had) The Time of My Life" by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes (epilogue)
"Whatever It Is" by Ben Lee (prologue)
UNIDENTIFIED: Narration over "Ted hates being the boss" sequence
"Corazon Incessante" by The Ethels (Ted and Druthers bond over whiskey).
UNIDENTIFIED: Ted wins his employees over with margaritas.
Monday Night Football:
"Young Folks" by Peter, Bjorn, and John featuring Victoria Bergsman (Ted assembles his sensory deprivation gadget, group
sits down to watch the game)
"Nine Words" by Oppenheimer (ending)
"I Wanna be Your Dog" by Iggy Pop (Ted sees Robin's dogs as her exes montage)
UNIDENTIFIED: Song during Ted and Robin's big argument.
"I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" by The Proclaimers (the Fiero's permanent music)
"Soap on Your Skin" by The Solids (Ted and Robin get started on "we're not moving in together" sex)
"When I Get Up" by The Wiggins (Barney's recipe for a bachelor party)
"Pinched" by Chop Chop (Ted introduces the "bachelor party stock characters" in the Escalade)
"Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" by Johann Sebastian Bach (harp wedding music, guitarist's wedding music)
"Love Song" by Haunt (ending wrap-up)
"No One Here" by The 88 (Ted and Robin finish their story, and Barney realizes that they have indeed broken up)
"Sea Green, See Blue" by Jaymay (end of show wrap-up)