Brenda goes into labor, forcing Adam and Jennifer to change their wedding plans. Meanwhile, Timmy's work visa expires after Russell fails to sign his papers.

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Brenda goes into labor, forcing Adam and Jennifer to change their wedding plans. Meanwhile, Timmy's work visa expires after Russell fails to sign his papers.

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In the final episode Timmy's work visa expires after Russell fails to sign his papers, but in an earlier episode Timmy says that he became a U.S. citizen years ago. See more »

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The storyline, Timmmy's work visa expiring, was rendered null and void two seasons prior. In the fifth season, when Russell wants to throw Timmy a citizenship party to impress a woman, we learn that not only is Timmy already a U.S. citizen, but has been for over ten years. Citizens don't need work visas. See more »

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Some Surprises In The Last Ever Episode
3 January 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

In The last ever episode of "Rules Of Engagement" there are a few surprises.

Plot In A Paragraph: When Brenda goes into labour, Adam and Jennifer contemplate if they should change their wedding plans. Meanwhile, Timmy is facing deportation when his work visa expires after Russell fails to sign his papers.

I know this is nitpicking but previously Timmy had stated he had been an American citizen for years in the season 5 Episode 'Double Down' when Russell throws a "citizenship party" for Timmy trying to impress a girl. The writers should have picked up on that as it was a big part of the episode. But that is only a minor problem.

Over the course of it's seven season run, my opinion on Patrick Warburton has totally changed, as I was not a fan in the first couple of seasons, and it was only David Spade who brought the laughs for me, but Adhir Kalyan has been a breath of fresh air to the show as Timmy, and totally revitalised the show making it much funnier. Megyn Price was always my favourite female member of the cast, in terms of looks and she was funniest female member of the cast too as Bianca Kajlich never seemed to do much except stand about looking attractive. One of my biggest bugs about this show was the dumbing down of Oliver Hudson's character, however Sara Rue was a delightful addition to the cast.

I will miss this gang, and will still watch the reruns on syndication.


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