Adam and Jennifer plan a secret wedding; however, a series of unfortunate events puts their plan in jeopardy. Meanwhile, to keep Russell and Timmy from finding out about the ceremony, Adam tells them he is staging an intervention for Jeff.

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Adam and Jennifer plan a secret wedding; however, a series of unfortunate events puts their plan in jeopardy. Meanwhile, to keep Russell and Timmy from finding out about the ceremony, Adam tells them he is staging an intervention for Jeff.

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Russell plans to go see a movie called "Stewardess School Blues". This film does in fact not exist. See more »

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Jeff is sitting on the couch reading a magazine and we can see that he's reading an article. When he gets up, he sets the magazine down and the page he was reading suddenly turns into a two-page car ad. Jeff lets Adam into the apartment and the magazine is now turned back to the original article. See more »

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The Shows Best Season So Far
2 December 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Rules Of Engagement comes to the end of it's best season yet!! Barring two bum episodes episodes ten an eleven season four has been a great season.

Plot In A Paragraph: Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) plan a secret wedding; only inviting Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Audrey (Megyn Price) however, a series of events puts their plans in danger . Meanwhile, to keep Russell (David Spade) and Timmy (Adhir Kalya) from finding out about the ceremony, Adam tells them he is staging an intervention for Jeff.

A lot of praise must go to not only the writers, but the cast for they have been superb all season. Patrick Warburton nailed his performances a Jeff every week, whilst Megyn Price has never looked better as Audrey Oliver Hudson is good as good looking but dim Adam. David Spade continues to do what David Spade has always done and brings the laughs as sleazy Russell and Adhir Kalyan has been a breath of fresh air as Russell's put upon assistant Timmy.

Only Bianca Kajlich as Jennifer left something to be desired, she is attractive but at times her delivery is often clunky.


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