Jeff discovers that a co-worker wants to have an affair with him, Russell asks Timmy to retrieve a cell phone from a home where he had a one-night-stand, and Adam feels pressure after he and Jennifer pick a wedding date.




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Jeff takes Russell's advice and flirts back with a female colleague only to discover that she is open to having an affair with him. Meanwhile, Russell sends Timmy to retrieve his phone from the apartment of a one night stand. Written by CBS Publicity

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Comedy | Romance





Release Date:

1 March 2010 (USA)  »

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(5.1 surround)


Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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[first lines]
Doreen: [bringing their food to Jeff and Russell] Here you go Jeff, enjoy. Russell.
[slams Russell's plate down]
Jeff: What's up with you and Doreen?
Russell: She asked me what I did this weekend.
Jeff: And?
Russell: And I told her.
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Excellent Season Opener
20 November 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

For some reason the comedy channel has missed the last episode of "Rules Of Engagement" season three off it's run, so I'm straight on to season four and I'm delighted to see Adhir Kalyan (Timmy) has been added to the opening credits. Hopefully this means he will be present I almost every episode as he is an absolute joy.

Plot In A Paragraph: Russell (David Spade) accidentally leaves his phone at a one night stands and sends Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) to retrieve it. When a female work colleague flirts with Jeff (Patrick Warburton) Russell advises him to flirt back to scare her off. When she offers to meet him anytime, anywhere he is left in a bit of a pickle.

An excellent season opener. Normally "Rules Of Engagement" starts off slowly picking up speed towards the end of the season. But this was a great start.

Patrick Warburton was absolutely hilarious as Jeff, Megyn Price more than held her own as Audrey. Oliver Hudson was OK as Adam, Bianca Kajlich (Jennifer) didn't have much to do, David Spade was his normal brilliant self as Russell, but Adhir Kalyan really owned this episode as poor Timmy.

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