Rules of Engagement (2007–2013)
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May Divorce Be with You 

Audrey invites a friend, whose marriage is falling a part, to stay with them for a few days. Russell meets a woman from New Jersey thinking that it will be easier "to love and leave her"; ... See full summary »

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Audrey invites a friend, whose marriage is falling a part, to stay with them for a few days. Russell meets a woman from New Jersey thinking that it will be easier "to love and leave her"; only her over protective family has different thoughts. Written by Agent 47

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Actor Johnny Palermo died in an automobile accident less than one month after thus episode first aired. See more »

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After the opening, Russell, Audrey, and Jeff are sitting in the diner talking about Steve's divorce, the food on Russell's plate switches between a bowl of fruit and a burger with onion rings. See more »

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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Russell The Goodfella
20 November 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Rules Of Engagement always seems to pick up at the end of the season, and this third season is no exception.

Plot In A Paragraph: Adam (Oliver Hudson) struggles to put up with Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) without her coffee and things get awkward, when Audrey (Megyn Price) invited hers and Jeff's (Patrick Warburton) newly divorced friend Steve to stay. Meanwhile Russell (David Spade) gets in to trouble when one of his conquests mobbed up brothers come looking for him.

Patrick Warburton doesn't have much to do as Jeff, Megyn Price is good as Audrey, Oliver Hudson is his usual good looking self as Adam, likewise Bianca Kajlich as Jennifer. But again it's David Spade as Russell who knocks it out of the park as the wannabe mobster.

Downside to this episode was Adhir Kalyan doesn't return as Timmy.


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