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Optimal Male 

Jeff tries to lose weight to reach "optimal male" status for his life insurance, Adam invites an ex to stay with him and Jennifer, and Russell fakes interest in a charity to hit on a sexy woman.

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Jennifer Morgan
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Jeff tries to lose weight to reach "optimal male" status for his life insurance, Adam invites an ex to stay with him and Jennifer, and Russell fakes interest in a charity to hit on a sexy woman.

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Comedy | Romance

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28 April 2008 (USA)  »

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Jeff: If I die, are you gonna get remarried?
Audrey: Yeah, maybe.
Jeff: Do me a favor, cremate me and throw my ashes in his face.
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Megyn Price WOW
10 November 2014 | by See all my reviews

I complained in the last episodes review, that whilst enjoyable TV, the show just wasn't as good as I'd hoped, and this episode is not just my favourite episode of this season, it's my favourite one of the entire run of the entire show.

Plot In A Paragraph: Jeff tries to lose weight to reach "optimal male" status for his life insurance, meanwhile Jennifer is upset when Adam invites his ex Stacey to stay with them, and Russell fakes interest in a charity to hit on a sexy woman.

I need to point out from the off that Megyn Price as Audrey looks absolutist stunning, and her bust looks great in her cleavage revealing dress at the charity evident. Patrick Warburton had me laughing as Jeff, likewise David Spade as sleazy Russell. Oliver Hudson is OK as Adam and Bianca Kajlich is fine as Jennifer without being anything special.

Hopefully it stays at this level for the remainder of the season.


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