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Rules of Engagement

Series Summary
The different phases of male-female relationships are examined as seen through the eyes of young couple Adam and Jennifer. Their friends include longtime-married pair Jeff and Audrey, and a womanizing singleton named Russell. As Adam and Jennifer find out, the often-confusing stages of a relationship can seem like a ride on a roller coaster: Folks can describe it to you, but you have to take the trip for yourself to know what it's like.

Air Dates: 2007 - 2014

Genres: Sitcom, Romance

Network: CBS

  • Season 7, Ep. 13 : 100th May 20, 2013

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    Brenda goes into labor on the day of Adam and Jennifer's wedding; Audrey has a big surprise for Jeff.

  • Season 7, Ep. 12 : A Wee Problem May 6, 2013

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    Jeff tries to make Brenda laugh about a pregnancy-related issue; while Timmy is surprised by his new boss's professionalism, Russell is frustrated with his new assistant.

  • Season 7, Ep. 11 : Timmy Quits Apr 29, 2013

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    Jeff's plan to prove that Heidi, a college friend, never had feelings for him goes awry; after making a discovery, Timmy quits.

  • Season 7, Ep. 10 : Unpleasant Surprises Apr 22, 2013

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    Jen makes the guys plan a surprise bachelor party for Adam; Jen paints a graphic mural in Jeff and Audrey's nursery.

  • Season 7, Ep. 9 : Cooking Class Apr 15, 2013

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    A healthy cooking class turns into a competition between Jen and Audrey; Russell's new girlfriend bears a resemblance to Timmy.

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  • Rules would be more engaging if it weren't so familiar, but there is at least one consistently hilarious performance: Patrick Warburton. show more

  • You might not remember to record it every week, but if you stumble upon it, you might stay. show more

  • "Rules" and "'Til Death" bear exactly the same ups and downs. The ups: essentially a good cast, plus sporadic funny lines. The downs: many un-funny lines, plus rehashed storylines from a thousand episodes of married-life sitcoms dating all the way back to "The Honeymooners." show more

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