Jeff unsuccessfully tries to keep Russell from sleeping with their new surrogate, while Adam tries to work on improving his rear end.




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Jeff and Audrey discover surprising news about their surrogate. Written by CBS Publicity

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Comedy | Romance





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20 September 2010 (USA)  »

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David Spade's character, Russell Dunbar, gave out his twitter address: This is a real Twitter account, which bills itself as "The Official Twitter Page of Russell Dunbar", and has been linked via tweet from the official Twitter account for the show itself. See more »


After the laser light show, Timmy says that he wants a chili cheese hot dog. Later he is shown with a plain hot dog in a bun. See more »

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A Good Start To The Season
2 December 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Rules Of Engagement comes back after it's best season! Barring two bum episodes episodes ten an eleven season four was been a great season, so I have High hopes for season five.

Plot In A Paragraph: Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Audrey's (Megyn Price) future surrogate mother is in town (retuning guest star Jamie Presley) and Jeff is desperate to stop Russell (David Spade) from sleeping her and sends Timmy (Adhir Kalya) to try and track him down. Meanwhile Adam (Oliver Hudson) tries to get his butt in better shape and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) is there somewhere to.

A lot of praise must go to not only the writers, but the cast for they have been superb all season. Patrick Warburton once again nailed his performances as Jeff, whilst Megyn Price has never looked better as Audrey (her butt looks great in her shorts as she is running up the stairs)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 leaves something to be desired, she is attractive but at times her delivery is often clunky.

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