Adam has moved in with Jennifer and on top of that, they're engaged. No wedding date has been planned, and no ring has been given yet. Married couple Audrey and Jeff are invited to an art ... See full summary »

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Adam has moved in with Jennifer and on top of that, they're engaged. No wedding date has been planned, and no ring has been given yet. Married couple Audrey and Jeff are invited to an art opening and she wants to invite Adam and Jennifer. Audrey says that they don't have any couple friends and Jennifer is like a little sister to her. In addition she wants Jeff to set a good example to them. When they meet, Adam says they compromise, but Jeff says that when they "compromise" Audrey gets her way and this is how things will be with them. Jeff decides to sell Audrey's bike to her dismay and he wants to know why she's upset with him, but she tells him to figure it out. Adam and Jennifer get into a fight, because he feels that he will not have a say in things and Jennifer questions if he wants to marry her and when he hesitates, she's mad and slams the door on him. In the end Adam with help from Jeff, knows how he feels about marrying Jennifer and Jeff, with Jennifer's help, knows why ... Written by goleafs84

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In the 1st Season, The apartments were on the 7th floor. (7A for Adam and Jenn) Starting in Season 2, the apartments are on the 9th floor. See more »

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Jeff: There, now the check book is totally balanced-ish.
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When you're single, you're exactly as happy as you are.

When you're married, you can only be as happy as the least happy person in the relationship. See more »

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29 October 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Now that "Rules Of Engagement" has been cancelled after 100 episodes E4 have decided to start airing them from the beginning again. I have several friends who love the show, but the few I have caught I've not been able to get away with, mainly due to me not liking Patrick Warburton who is one of the stars. I just don't find him very funny.

That said, since it was starting from the beginning again I decided to give it a go.

OK so in the pilot episode, we are introduced to two couples Jeff (Warburton) and Audrey (Megyn Price) a couple who have been married for several years. A newly engaged couple Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) and their single friend Russell (David Spade)

Plot In A Paragraph: Adam proposes to Jennifer and moves in with her, their happiness is short loved when after taking some advice from Jeff (whose own wife is ignoring him) Adam upsets his new fiancée. Meanwhile Jennifer wants to set up Adams friend Russell with her friend.

It was an OK way to spend 30 minutes (counting the adverts) no big laughs, or even a hearty chuckle, but I smiled a few times. Russell seems to be the Barney Stinson type of character from "How I Met Your Mother". No bad thing.


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