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They spot it again, and try to kill it with bug spray and a phone book.
They run away again when the phone book starts moving (meaning that the creature isn't dead), but get a good glimpse of the creature.
Robin finally sees the creature, and throws a drink at it when the only way she can think of subduing it is by trying to get it drunk.
Marshall arrives, grabs it and throws it out of the window. The group watches it fascinated, until it attempts to fly back into the window.
The creature is described as having six legs, antennae, and an exoskeleton, but also has tufts of fur, whiskers, and a tail, and is roughly the size of a potato. Robin is skeptical of them, but eventually they catch it, and Marshall takes it to the Columbia University Biology department.
When Marshall arrives, he finds the "cockamouse" has escaped, and must still be in the apartment.
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Ellen tells Ted there's no chance for him and sees him out of her office.
Ted sneaks back in when she goes to lunch, in order to steal information on his highest percentage match.
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