Jeff gets in trouble when Audrey discovers his "bank", a list of Audrey's mistakes that he uses when he does something wrong, while Russell sends a lewd e-mail to a co-worker that Timmy likes on behalf of him.




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Jeff brags to Adam about a strategy he refers to as "the bank," a list of mistakes that Audrey has made, which he uses to diffuse her anger when he messes up. Meanwhile, Russell sends a suggestive e-mail to a co-worker with whom Timmy is infatuated. Written by CBS Publicity

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Comedy | Romance




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27 September 2010 (USA)  »

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Jeff suggests to Audrey that he has told the Pilates class that she has scoliosis. This is lateral curvature of the spine, the medical condition that afflicted King Richard III. See more »


In the office break room, the glass bottle Russell puts down on the table rotates by itself throughout the scene. Noticeable by the direction the label faces. See more »

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Another Solid Episode
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: When a bragging Jeff (Patrick Warburton) teaches Adam (Oliver Hudson) about a list of mistakes that Audrey (Megyn Price) has made, he refers to as "the bank," which he uses to diffuse her anger when he messes up. Adam decides he wants to try it on Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) Meanwhile, Russell (David Spade) sends a rude email to a co-worker who Timmy (Adhir Kalya) has a massive crush on.

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 great butt is showcased again!! After the shorts in the last episode, this time it is yoga pants) 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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