Russell accidentally runs into an older woman from his past named Constance. He then tries to impress her with his physical gifts.

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Russell accidentally runs into an older woman from his past named Constance. He then tries to impress her with his physical gifts.

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(at around 9 mins) When Russell and Jeff are in the diner, Russell is talking about the cat staring at him. As he says "freaked me out" he is gesturing with his right hand. The shot changes and his previously empty hand is suddenly lowering a coffee cup from his face, without him having time to pick it up and drink. See more »

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Adam Rhodes: Stupid, stupid future!
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References The Graduate (1967) See more »

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How Many Ways
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Change Of Pace As End Of Season Approaches.
1 November 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

A bit of a change in pace for "Rules Of Engagement" as it approaches the end of it's first season. I'm sure this was a conscious decision by the writers and producers to show a different side to the show, whilst still being funny.

Plot In A Paragraph: Jeff and Audrey look in to why they seem to be unable to have children, whilst Russell tries to sleep with the woman he lost his virginity to again, after she said he wasn't very good.

Whilst once again David Spade brings the laughs as Russell goes after his Mrs Robinson. Patrick Warburton and Megyn Price as Jeff and Audrey whilst giving a few laughs, handle the sensitive part of the show very well. Oliver Hudson as Adam and Bianca Kajlich as Jennifer were relegated to the background on this episode as the other cast members took centre stage.


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