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Blu-ray & DVD Release Date: Feb. 7, 2012
Price: DVD $38.99
Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
The fifth season of sitcom Rules of Engagement is available on DVD through manufacturing-on-demand. In other words, discs are burned and packaged as orders are made.
Among the mishaps in the fifth season are: Jeff (Warburton) trying to stop Russell (Spade) from sleeping with his surrogate, Russell sending a lewd email to a co-worker, Timmy (Adhir Kalyan, No Strings Attached) getting frustrated when his girlfriend cuts him off, Audrey (Megyn Price, TV’s American Dad) starting a cookie business, and Adam (Oliver Hudson, The Breed) and Jennifer (Biana Kajlich, 30 Minutes or Less) getting high after they find some pot.
All 24 episodes from the season are in the three-disc set, »
When Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) saved his boss Russell (David Spade) from choking to death on some crab, he thought he was doing the right thing. However, things are rarely that uncomplicated on "Rules of Engagement" (Thu., 8:30Pm Et on CBS).
After Timmy performed the Heimlich manouevre and mouth-to-mouth resuscitation on his boss, Russell reported him for sexual harassment.
Given Russell's lurid description of what happened, it was easy to understand how the woman from human resources believed he may have a case: "He claims that you came up behind him, put your arms around him, and made several thrusts."
An appalled Timmy quite reasonably asked, "How does saving somebody's life bring about charges of sexual harassment?" Turns out, Russell was just trying to stop Timmy from going out on a date with a waitress they both had the hots for.
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- Catherine Lawson
Shedding for the Wedding might have been a bust, but the CW is putting their weight behind Sara Rue once again, but this time in the realm of scripted TV.
The network confirms to EW that the former Less Than Perfect star is developing multi-camera comedy with the CW, in which Rue will star as Lucy, a young woman who decides to marry her female best friend in order to circumvent her co-ops rules against roommates. Rue will also co-executive produce the project alongside Alan David, her longtime manager. Whether we see Rue’s comedy on the small screen will »
- Sandra Gonzalez
Sara Rue plays a lesbian on Rules of Engagement, but on her new CW show, Poseurs, she's going to play a straight girl pretending to be a lesbian. The actress has written a half-hour comedy for the network which The Hollywood Reporter says follows Lucy (Rue) "a young woman whose life is upended when her fiancee moves out and her fresh-from-rehab collegiate best friend Alexandra moves in. In order to maintain her swanky New York co-op, which doesn't technically allow for roommates, Lucy and Alex enter into a mutually beneficial domestic partnership — complete with all of the challenges and few of the perks."
This could be hilarious or disastrous, but with Rue at the helm, I have confidence that the show will more of the former. In addition to her recurring role as Brenda on Rules of Engagement (which she reprises later this season), Rue is an Lgbt advocate and »
- Trish Bendix
Sara Rue, who hosted the CW’s reality series Shedding For The Wedding last season, is back at the network, this time as the creator/star/producer of a multi-camera comedy project. The network has bought Poseurs, which follows Lucy (Rue), a young woman whose life is upended when her fiancée moves out and her fresh-from-rehab collegiate best friend, Alexandra, moves in. The two friends pose as a lesbian couple and actually get married in order to stay in the nice apartment building that only allows married couples. Rue will write the Warner Bros. TV-produced project, which has received a script commitment, and will serve as a co-executive producer, while her long-time manager Alan David will be a producer. Apa-repped Rue is recurring on CBS’ Rules Of Engagement. »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Master-of-the-putdown comic David Spade just listed his Malibu beachfront home at $13.5 million, a bit closer to Earthly realities than when he first tried to sell it in 2007 for $16 million.
The razor-tongue Spade is perhaps learning the "Rules of Engagement" of the current housing downturn. He bought the 3,763-square-foot architectural home in 2005 for $9.3 million and extensively remodeled it. The home has four large fireplaces, hardwood floors and numerous doors that open to the sand. It's located on La Costa Beach, not far from neighbors Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne who are also trying to sell their home -- listed at $9.45 million. Spade's place is a spit closer to Carbon Beach, which is where all the real Hollywood movers and shakers are.
Spade, who may be best known for his caustic humor on "Saturday Night Live," has another home in Los Angeles and uses this one primarily as a beach house. We assume »
- The Huffington Post
Robert F. Kennedy Jr., the Kennedy family, Larry David, Jb Smoove, and more celebrities will unite for a skiing special on CBS tied to a fundraiser for Kennedy's Waterkeeper Alliance. The 20th annual "Deer Valley Celebrity Skifest" will take place Dec. 2-5 in Park City, Utah, and be telecast as a one-hour special on CBS on Sunday, Dec. 4, 2011, amid NFL coverage. The event pairs U.S. skiers with celebrities including Kennedy, "Curb Your Enthusiasm" stars David and Smoove, Mark Feurerstein ("Royal Pains"), Hill Harper ("CSI: NY"), Bianca Kajlich ("Rules of Engagement") and »
- Tim Molloy
The last thing Rules of Engagement star Patrick Warburton thought he’d be doing this Monday night is co-hosting a charity event for the non-profit End Malaria Now. But then a young actress and activist named Madison Moellers did a guest spot on his sitcom. “Madison and her mother presented me with this,” the big-hearted Warburton told me last week. “I’m going to be getting back Sunday night from San Francisco — my son and I are going on a great white shark trip where you go in a cage and you meet the sharks. Then I have to work on Monday. »
- Dave Karger
Patrick Warburton has criticised CBS's treatment of his show Rules of Engagement. The network recently announced that it will pull the sitcom off air at midseason and has cut the episode order to 15 instalments. The series had only recently been moved from a Saturday night timeslot - which Warburton has previously described as "s**t" - to Thursday evenings, following the cancellation of How To Be A Gentleman. Warburton has now complained about the way CBS behaves with Rules of Engagement. "They haven't supported us from the very beginning," he told TV Guide. "Whenever we end up in a decent time slot, we always do well, but they've never given us any support." He continued: "The only reason we ended (more) »
- By Catriona Wightman
It wouldn't be a Rules of Engagement season without more bumps in the road.
Just when things were looking up for the sitcom — moving to Thursdays after being scheduled on Saturdays — it was dealt a blow this week: CBS will pull it off the schedule at midseason to make way for Rob Schneider's new comedy and has cut its episode order down to 15.
CBS replaces Rules with ¡Rob!; sets return date for Undercover Boss
The news is just another chapter in the topsy-turvy life of the show, which has been shuffled around the schedule since its midseason premiere in 2007, and it comes as no surprise to star Patrick Warburton.
"If they're going to pull one show for midseason, they're ...
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- Joyce Eng
CBS is replacing one Saturday Night Light alum with another.
The half-hour comedy, starring Schneider as a bachelor who marries into a tight-knit Mexican-American family, debuts in Rules‘ time slot — Thursdays at 8:30/7:30c — on Jan. 12.
Rules will return to its Thursday home later in the season, but with a reduced episode order, according to our sister site Deadline. Instead of »
- Vlada Gelman
CBS announced its midseason schedule Monday, revealing the premiere dates for the new Rob Schneider comedy "Rob!" as well as the season premiere date for Season 3 of "Undercover Boss." "Rob!" which stars Schneider as a bachelor who marries into a tight-knit Mexican family, will bow Jan. 12 at 8:30 p.m. That's bad news for "Rules of Engagement" fans, as the new offering will displace the David Spade sitcom temporarily. According to CBS, "Rules" will return to that time slot -- which it had recently taken from "How to Be a »
- Tim Kenneally
Rules of Engagement has reportedly been cancelled by CBS. The veteran sitcom, which was recently moved to a new slot on Thursdays at 8.30pm, will not return for a seventh season, according to TV Series Finale. The site claims that the sitcom's cast and crew are currently filming the last two episodes for season six, which will serve as the final episodes for the show. Cast members - including David Spade, Patrick Warburton, Bianca Kajlich, Megyn Price and Oliver Hudson - were apparently informed of the network's decision on Friday night. TV Series Finale credits an unnamed source as saying: "The reality is it's got to be politics. The network has always (more) »
- By Morgan Jeffery
See below for update. Despite the fact that the sitcom has been a winner for CBS in the Thursdays at 8:30pm timeslot, it looks like Rules of Engagement has been cancelled.
An inside source has told us that CBS has decided not to order the back nine episodes for the current sixth season. The cast and crew have two episodes left to shoot and believe that those will be the last episodes of the series.
Our source tells us that calls went out on Friday night to those who work on the show to give them the bad news. Especially given the current ratings, many were understandably shocked and upset as they head into the holiday season.
The freshman year of Community debuts on DVD on November 14th from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Emmy winning writer Dan Harmon (The Sarah Silverman Program) and Emmy winning directors Joe Russo and Anthony Russo (Arrested Development) comprise the creative team of the smart comedy series about a band of misfits who attend Greendale Community College. At the group’s center is Joel McHale (The Soup, The Informant) and starring with him is Ken Jeong (The Hangover) and Emmy winning comedy legend Chevy Chase (Saturday Night Live). The talented ensemble cast includes rising stars Gillian Jacobs (The Book of Daniel), Danny Pudi (Greek), Yvette Nicole Brown (Rules of Engagement), Alison Brie (Mad Men), and Donald Glover (30 Rock).
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CBS has bought Life Isn’t Everything, a comedy based on the successful Israeli sitcom of the same name (Hahaim Ze Lo Hakol in Hebrew). In a first for an adaptation of an Israeli format, the creator of the original series, Daniel Lappin, will be involved in the writing of the U.S. version. Lappin will co-write the script for CBS with comedy veteran Mike Sikowitz (Friends). Sony Pictures TV, where Sikowitz has an overall deal, will produce with Reshet, the Israeli company whose Channel 2 broadcasts the original series. Sikowitz is already in business with CBS and Sony TV – he serves as an executive producer on Rules Of Engagement. Noa Tishby, who brought to the U.S. In Treatment, the Israeli series that sparked U.S. networks’ interest in formats from the Middle Eastern country, shepherded Life Isn’t Everything‘s trip to Hollywood. She is executive producing with Sikowitz, »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Exclusive: On the heels of Rules Of Engagement‘s strong return last night, the series’ creator Tom Hertz has landed a put pilot commitment from CBS for a new multi-camera comedy. The family show, which had multiple networks bidding, marks a reunion of all auspices behind Rules: Hertz as creator/executive producer, CBS as network and Sony Pictures TV and studio-based Happy Madison as production companies. The untitled comedy is a multi-generational show about family, and how people’s childhoods influence the decisions they make and what they seek as adults. The project stems from a three-year overall deal Hertz signed with Sony TV in June with the goal to focus on development. He continues to run Rules in its current sixth season and is also directing episodes of the show, which has been sold in broadcast syndication for a fall 2012 launch. Rules, about 2 couples and their single friend played by David Spade, »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
The Big Bang Theory made a strong leap on Thursday night, early viewing figures indicate. The CBS sitcom averaged a season high of 14.7m (4.9), up 1.4m week-on-week, for an episode which saw Laurie Metcalf return as Sheldon's mother Mary. After Big Bang Theory, Patrick Warburton comedy Rules of Engagement began its sixth run with 11.5m (3.7), its best premiere rating since 2007. Capping a strong night for the Tiffany Network, Person of Interest and The Mentalist held steady with 12.3m (2.7) and 12.5m (2.5). The Vampire Diaries logged 2.9m (1.3) for The CW in (more) »
- By Paul Millar
On TV this Thursday: Sheldon has a mother of a problem, CBS reveals its Engagement, it’s cloudy in Philadelphia, and NBC’s rife with repeats. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features and reporting, here are 13 programs to keep on your radar.
7:30 pm World Series, Game 2 (Fox) | Game 1 was still underway as I wrote this, but I predict that come Thursday night, one of the teams will be trying to gain a 2-0 advantage while the other looks to even things up. (I took math, you see.)
8 pm Charlie’s Angels (ABC) | Don’t scoff, because you »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
Tom Hertz was waiting for the call, like he usually does.
After CBS pushed his Rules of Engagement's dreaded Saturday premiere one week to Oct. 15 (which was already punted from Sept. 24), he knew it would get called up to the plate for a prime weekday slot soon. How to Be a Gentleman had premiered in the coveted post-Big Bang Theory Thursday berth to weak numbers and didn't seem long for this world (measured against CBS' high standards). "They told us we would not be premiering on the 8th, but instead the 15th, and I figured that meant they were going to give How to Be a Gentleman one more shot airing to see if it went up, and if not, then we would jump in at some point," Hertz tells TVGuide.com. "But yeah, I didn't believe we would air on the 15th."
CBS moves How to Be a Gentleman »
- Joyce Eng
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