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Season 9 may take place over the course of one weekend, but that didn't stop it from coming out with a pseudo Halloween tie-in episode, taking advantage of the late-night timeframe. But instead of sexy pumpkins and hanging chads, "No Questions Asked" centered around a good old-fashioned ghost story about Room 13's Captain Dearduff the Hooker. This kicked off a cheesy, dramatized segment from one of Marshall's favorite ghost shows, which included some pretty painful bits including an obvious boom mic gag, cheap snow effects and a heavy-handed, sepia-toned presentation -- not really funny, but a good enough setup for the resulting shenanigans.

In terms of concept, "No Questions Asked" felt a lot like a classic episode of How I Met Your Mother as far as bringing the whole group together for another social rules-centric storyline. We got a bit of this in last week's "Knight Vision," but the execution here was much more refined, delivering solid setups and payoffs via the gang's understood "No Questions Asked" policy. This transpired in several amusing flashbacks of Marshall helping the others out of a jam: Ted getting stuck in a mailbox, Barney swallowing real (and seemingly  huge ) lucky charms, and Robin springing free from a prickly band of freerunners dressed in vibrant unitards.

Also humorous was the fact that Ted, Barney and Robin all thought they could sneak into Lily's room undetected, with each of them concocting an extravagant plan to break in -- even though the door was unlocked. I particularly enjoyed Ted's humblebrag as he explained how he climbed up the drainpipe -- "no big deal" -- and opened the window latch with a coat hanger. This subplot also resolved quite nicely, with Ted cashing in his own "No Questions Asked" favor with Lily, thereby saving Marshall's skin.

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Ethyl alcohol, or ethanol, is an intoxicating ingredient found in beer, wine, and liquor. Alcohol is produced by the fermentation of yeast, sugars, and starches.

Alcohol affects every organ in the body. It is a central nervous system depressant that is rapidly absorbed from the stomach and small intestine into the bloodstream. Alcohol is metabolized in the liver by enzymes; however, the liver can only metabolize a small amount of alcohol at a time, leaving the excess alcohol to circulate throughout the body. The intensity of the effect of alcohol on the body is directly related to the amount consumed.

No. One 12-ounce beer has about the same amount of alcohol as one 5-ounce glass of wine, or 1.5-ounce shot of liquor. It is the amount of alcohol consumed that affects a person most, not the type of alcoholic drink.