Rules of Engagement: Season 6, Episode 1

Dirty Talk (20 Oct. 2011)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy | Romance
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Russell tries to get out of his accidental drunken marriage to Liz, Jeff tries unsuccessfully to give some dirty talk in the bedroom, and Adam wages a losing battle with the Sun.



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Russell tries to get out of his marriage to an overly enthused Liz, who tries to make it work, while Jeff attempts to engage Audrey in dirty talk. Written by CBS Publicity

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Season 6 Kicks Off In Style
16 December 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Plot In A Paragraph: In an attempt to spice up their love life in the bedroom Jeff and Audrey try some dirty talk, but it doesn't go to plan. Russell tries to look for a way out of his drunken marriage to Liz and Adam tries to top up his tan on the apartment roof.

Bianca Kajlich continues to be relegated to the background as Jennifer, which is a shame as her butt looked great in this episode. Adhir Kalyan had some nice moments to shine as Timmy, but this episode was all about Patrick Warburton, Megyn Price and David Spade, all of who were great.

I have been critical of the dumbing down of the character Adam (Oliver Hudson) but here it was really funny as he loses a war with the sun.

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