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Adam wants Russell to agree to hire Jen to design an ad campaign for one of their clients. He will not listen to Russell and Jeff when they tell him that this is not a good idea. When Audrey shares the fertility issues with Jen, she gives them a gift to help bring them luck. Written by Anget 47

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Russell Dunbar: Hey, what's up?
Adam Rhodes: Hey, did you rearrange your furniture?
Russell Dunbar: Oh yeah, I porn shuied the whole office.
Adam Rhodes: You what?
Russell Dunbar: I porn shuied it. That's when you rearrange your furniture so that people can't see what's on your computer screen
Adam Rhodes: Porn shui?
Russell Dunbar: Yeah, I invented it.
Adam Rhodes: You are a very deep guy.
Russell Dunbar: Yet I don't mean to be.
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Enjoyable But Not Great TV
10 November 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Plot In A Paragraph: Adam (Oliver Hudson) wants Russell (David Spade) to agree to hire Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) to design an ad campaign for one of their clients. He will not listen to Russell and Jeff (Patrick Warburton) when they tell him that this is not a good idea. When Audrey (Megyn Price) shares the fertility issues with Jen, she gives them a gift to help bring them luck.

Rules Of Engagement is having a funny second season, and by funny I don't mean "ha ha" it's please ant enjoyable TV, without being REALLY good. It has it's moments, but for my money too many episodes just hit middle ground.

Hopefully things pick up as we approach the end of the season.


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