Adam and Jennifer invite Jeff and Audrey to their dinner party, but Jeff tries to get them out of it when a better party offer comes along.

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Adam and Jennifer invite Jeff and Audrey to their dinner party, but Jeff tries to get them out of it when a better party offer comes along.

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Jennifer: Hey.
Jeff Bingham: Pretty bold robbing us in broad daylight.
Jennifer: It's for dinner at our place Saturday night.
Jeff Bingham: Oh, well, looking forward to it. It should be fun.
[Door closes]
Jeff Bingham: God that's gonna suck. How did you let that happen?
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Adhir Kalyan Returns
16 November 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Excellent news as Adhir Kalyan returns as Russell's assistant Timmy in "Rules Of Engagement" Orlando Jones also returns as Brad, Jeff's new gay friend, but it's Kalyan I was most happy to see return.

Plot In A Paragraph: Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) invite Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Audrey (Megyn Price) to their dinner party, but Jeff doesn't want to go because his new gay friend Brad has invited him to a party this house. Russell (David Spade) tries to get into the party.

I really like Adhir Kalyan as Timmy, and hope we continue to see more of him, as the ending makes It look like he may have quit. The best episode of the season so far.


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