Ted reconnects with Natalie, an old flame, and soon remembers why he dumped her in the first place. Meanwhile, Barney pays Robin to say outrageous things on the air.
When human remains are discovered in the world’s largest chocolate bar, a “sweet” event for a candymaker (guest star Wayne Knight) quickly turns bitter. As eccentric chocolate factory owner Jimmy Walpert deals with the tragedy, the team soon discovers that the victim was a mysterious character whose past is full of secrets, lies and love affairs. Meanwhile, Cam struggles with her daughter’s decision to attend a university that fails to meet her high standards, and Hodgins asks Angela to arrange a party to announce her not-so-secret pregnancy.
Opting out of the annual Adler Design Christmas party, ultimate "Fanilow" Will (Eric McCormack) spends the night waiting in line for tickets to a special Barry Manilow (as himself) concert - only to have his weak bladder force him to make a quick pit stop and entrust Grace (Debra Messing) to hold his place. However, Will's snubbing of an overweight man in the bathroom line leaves his chances of meeting his idol in doubt. Meanwhile, a distraught Grace discovers her mother (guest star Debbie Reynolds, "Singing in the Rain") has cancelled on their annual Hanukkah shopping spree to have dinner with Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) as they embrace the inspiring music of Manilow.
The Goldberg kids have big plans on prom night, all of which go awry. The night includes Barry's big romantic gestures for Lainey; Erica's attempt to go to prom with Geoff; and Adam being asked out by a nerdy but cute junior.
Adam tries to start a Mel Brooks club after he sees the movie "Spaceballs," and Jackie mistakes his club advertisement for political satire and puts it in the school paper. Meanwhile, when Beverly and Pops come up for parents weekend at school, Erica plans on telling them an important decision she has made, but Murray surprises them and tags along.
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