- Date: May 10, 2010
- Type: Television Episode
This Television Episode plays Constance Frye performed by The Ted Mosby Quartet
A group at the party (including Ted) sings "Constance Frye," a barbershop quartet song that was first heard in the 1983 film Trading Places. The song is based on the tune of the folk song "Aura Lee," which was also used in Elvis Presley's hit "Love Me Tender."
Crashing a snobby high-society party allows Ted to show off how pretentiously intellectual he can be.