Rules of Engagement: The Complete Series

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Follows the unique friendship between a married couple, a pair of newly engaged lovebirds, and a contented bachelor as they navigate the jungles of dating. Rules of Engagement: The Complete Series Wiki

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A comedy that follows two couples and a single guy as they navigate the jungles of dating, engagement and marriage.

Episode TitleTime
Season 01, Episode 01: Rules of Engagement: Pilot21:35
Season 01, Episode 02: The Birthday Deal21:33
Season 01, Episode 03: The Young and the Restless21:35
Season 01, Episode 04: Hard Day's Night20:59
Season 01, Episode 05: Kids21:33
Season 01, Episode 06: Game on21:33
Season 01, Episode 07: Jeff's Wooby21:34
Season 02, Episode 01: Flirting with Disaster21:15
Season 02, Episode 02: Audrey's Sister21:50
Season 02, Episode 03: Mr. Fix It22:00
Season 02, Episode 04: Guy Code22:07
Season 02, Episode 05: Bag Ladies22:07
Season 02, Episode 06: Old School Jeff20:47
Season 02, Episode 07: Engagement Party21:36
Season 02, Episode 08: Fix-Ups & Downs20:58
Season 02, Episode 09: A Visit from Fay21:36
Season 02, Episode 10: Time Share21:05
Season 02, Episode 11: Jen at Work21:45
Season 02, Episode 12: Optimal Male21:53
Season 02, Episode 13: Russell's Father's Son21:11
Season 02, Episode 14: Buyer's Remorse21:33
Season 02, Episode 15: Pimp My Bride22:06
Season 03, Episode 01: Russell's Secret21:13
Season 03, Episode 02: Voluntary Commitment21:37
Season 03, Episode 03: Jeff's New Friend21:20
Season 03, Episode 04: Dad's Visit21:36
Season 03, Episode 05: Lyin' King21:36
Season 03, Episode 06: Poaching Timmy20:04
Season 03, Episode 07: Old Timer's Day21:35
Season 03, Episode 08: Twice21:36
Season 03, Episode 09: The Challenge21:03
Season 03, Episode 10: Family Style21:04
Season 03, Episode 11: May Divorce Be with You21:31
Season 03, Episode 12: House Money21:10
Season 03, Episode 13: Sex Toy Story21:33
Season 04, Episode 01: Flirting21:22
Season 04, Episode 02: Snoozin' for a Bruisin'20:46
Season 04, Episode 03: Atlantic City21:19
Season 04, Episode 04: Ghost Story21:18
Season 04, Episode 05: The Four Pillars21:21
Season 04, Episode 06: 3rd Wheel21:21
Season 04, Episode 07: Indian Giver21:21
Season 04, Episode 08: Free Free Time21:10
Season 04, Episode 09: The Score21:20
Season 04, Episode 10: The Surrogate21:09
Season 04, Episode 11: The Reunion21:19
Season 04, Episode 12: Harassment20:30
Season 04, Episode 13: They Do?20:53
Season 05, Episode 01: Surro-Gate21:06
Season 05, Episode 02: The Bank21:34
Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) are a 20-something couple who have gotten engaged and moving in together after just seven months of dating. Meanwhile, their neighbors Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Audrey (Megyn Price) who have been married twelve years try to set a good example and shed some insight - and fear - about marriage. Offering yet another perspective is Adam's best friend Russell (David Spade) a life-long bachelor, who will never grow up and take life seriously. Mike Haukom and Tom Hertz wrote the episode directed by Andy Ackerman.
Audrey (Megyn Price) hosts a lavish party for Jeff's (Patrick Warburton) birthday against his will, but he goes along in order to get his "birthday deal," a secret gift Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Russell (David Spade) are eager to discover. They have their own ideas about what it could be, leading Adam and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) to set up deals of their own, which Adam begins to regret after Jeff plants unsavory seeds in his mind about what Jennifer might request. Ted Wass directed the episode written by Tom Hertz.
After Adam (Oliver Hudson) has too many restless nights sleeping in Jennifer's (Bianca Kajlich) small bed, he brings home the bed he shared with his ex-girlfriend which causes a fight and leads them tossing out all memories of past relationships. Meanwhile, Audrey (Megyn Price) is surprisingly jealous after Jeff (Patrick Warburton) takes her up on a bet that can't get a woman's phone number even if takes off his wedding ring and coaching from Russell (David Spade). Ted Wass directed the episode written by Jon Sherman.
Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) tries to help Jeff's (Patrick Warburton) sore neck with a massage until the situation between them becomes uncomfortable and upsets Audrey (Megyn Price). Meanwhile, Russell (David Spade) brings Adam (Oliver Hudson) along to help him fight off a school yard bully so Russell can get close to the teacher. Ted Wass directed the episode written by Tom Hertz.
Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer's (Bianca Kajlich) plans for a romantic weekend fall apart after they argue about their different feelings towards careers, finances and kids. Meanwhile, Audrey (Megyn Price) is having second thoughts about why she and Jeff (Patrick Warburton) have waited so long to have children and Russell (David Spade) has a close encounter with an older neighbor who helped him celebrate his 18th birthday. Jessica Walter guest-stars. Tom Hertz wrote the episode directed by Ted Wass.
After Adam (Oliver Hudson) buys an expensive video-game console, Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) makes him promise to discuss major purchases first, but Russell (David Spade) interferes and makes Adam question the agreement. Meanwhile, Audrey (Megyn Price) accuses Jeff (Patrick Warburton) of being more emotionally involved with sports teams than with her. Ted Was directed the episode written by Linda Videtti Figuerido.
Adam (Oliver Hudson) is surprised when Jennifer (Bianca Kalish) confronts him about not yet setting a date all the while knowing he has a surprise of his own all planned. Meanwhile, after hearing about Jennifer's dilemma, Audrey (Megyn Price) surprises Jeff by making quilt out of his old t-shirts but regrets her gift when he doesn't stop telling the stories that are behind the shirts. Russell (David Spade) can't figure out his new date (guest star Maggie Lawson) when all of her conversations make sexual references and she won't sleep with him. Ted Wass directed the episode written by Barry Wernick.
Adam (Oliver Hudson) enjoys stealing the attention of Russell's (David Spade) female admirers, prompting fiancée Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) to lay down the law and Russell to seek revenge. Meanwhile, Jeff (Patrick Warburton) learns an important lesson about sleep deprivation after being left to revisit his college days in the guest bedroom, as Audrey (Megyn Price) sets out to teach him the consequences of snoring. Written by: Steve Holland Directed by: Gary Halvorson
A surprise visit from Audrey's (Megyn Price) sister Barbara (guest star Heather Locklear) opens a window of opportunity for Russell (David Spade) to prove that beauty is more than what meets the eye - or at least a function of personality and good strategy. Meanwhile, Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Adam (Oliver Hudson) commiserate on their loss of "personal" time, until fiancée Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) inadvertently puts an end to Adam's mourning.
Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Audrey (Megyn Price) tackle marital communication issues while Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) discover whether creating a home-made "videotape" will spice up their love life. In the meantime, Russell (David Spade) makes an attempt at "text dating" but realizes that some things are better left imagined or better yet, unspoken. Written by: Tom Hertz Directed by: Gary Halvorson
In an effort to beef up their social agenda, Audrey (Megyn Price) persuades Jeff (Patrick Warburton) to double-date, which inadvertently puts the rules governed by the "guy code" versus the "marriage code" to the test. Meanwhile, Russell's (David Spade) strategy to score a date at work forces Adam (Oliver Hudson) to evaluate his own moral code and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) to pick sides. Written by: Mike Haukom Directed by: Mark Cendrowski
Russell (David Spade) realizes the cost of dating a "bag lady," while Adam (Oliver Hudson) experiences the social peril of yielding to Jennifer's (Bianca Kajlich) wishes and sporting a "man bag." In the meantime, Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Audrey's (Megyn Price) extravagant effort at creating a buzz around their love life leads them to discover that the intimacy of a married couple is not a hot topic of conversation. Written by: Vanessa McCarthy Directed by: Gail Mancuso
Jeff (Patrick Warburton) is given an opportunity to "live it up" during a night out on the town, landing Russell (David Spade) in hot water and Adam (Oliver Hudson) to reflect on the details surrounding his impending nuptials. Meanwhile, Audrey (Megyn Price) invites Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) to a wedding and experiences a surprising upside to the last "stage" of her husband's drunkenness.
In an effort to capitalize on his commitment to Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich), Adam (Oliver Hudson) convinces Jeff (Patrick Warburton) to host an engagement party, which ultimately provides a lesson in "giving" and "receiving." Meanwhile, Audrey (Megyn Price) gains an unsolicited insight into her sister Barbara's (guest star Heather Locklear) single life where Russell (David Spade) finds himself unsuspectingly beaten at his own game. Written by: Tom Hertz Directed by: Mark Cendrowski
Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) and Audrey (Megyn Price) practice their match-making skills and inadvertently end up date-less while Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jeff (Patrick Warburton) score financial gain in the process. Meanwhile, Russell (David Spade) tries a new tactic at "fixing himself up" and finds that staking out a building can generate unanticipated results.
A visit from Adam's (Oliver Hudson) free-spirited mother (guest star Peggy Lipton) puts Jennifer's (Bianca Kajlich) patience to the test and teaches Russell (David Spade) an embarrassing lesson about "art." Meanwhile, Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Audrey (Megyn Price) find themselves enjoying alternative forms of entertainment as a result an involuntary television deprivation.
Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Audrey (Megyn Price) invite Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) to join them on a romantic getaway. All is well until the true motivation behind the invitation is made clear... and it's not all friendship. Meanwhile Russell's (David Spade) choice of attire for a magazine interview raises eyebrows. Written by: Tom Hertz Directed by: Andy Ackerman
Despite a warning from Russell (David Spade), Adam (Oliver Hudson) hires Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) to design a new brochure for a client - but he soon finds out that business and pleasure don't mix. Meanwhile, Audrey (Megyn Price) feels neglected when Jeff (Patrick Warburton) finds out some news that has him boasting about his bedroom prowess. Written by: Steve Holland Directed by: Gail Mancuso
Jeff's (Patrick Warburton) drive to be labeled an "optimal male" on his life-insurance physical leads him to some extreme behavior, while Adam's (Oliver Hudson) over-friendliness with an ex-girlfriend unsettles Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich). Meanwhile, Audrey (Megyn Price) attempts to lend Russell (David Spade) a helping hand to impress a girl (guest star Josie Davis) at a charity dinner.
Russell (David Spade) puts on a show to impress his father (guest star Geoff Pierson) when he comes to town, but both he and Adam (Oliver Hudson) learn the meaning of a parent's tough love. Meanwhile an "accident" in their apartment forces Adam and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) to invade Audrey (Megyn Price) and Jeff's (Patrick Warburton) bathroom.
Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) and Adam (Oliver Hudson) attempt to practice fiscal responsibility as they consider buying their apartment. Audrey (Megyn Price) and Jeff (Patrick Warburton) offer to write their letter of recommendation, but end up making matters worse when they have a run-in with the landlady. Meanwhile Russell (David Spade) is forced to find a new dive when a waitress at the diner turns out to be one of his scorned ex-lovers.
Russell (David Spade) reluctantly agrees to host a photo shoot in his apartment for Audrey's (Megyn Price) magazine, with the hope of landing a date with a hot model. Adam (Oliver Hudson) steps in to play the groom in Audrey's wedding-themed shoot, prompting him to make a decision about his own engagement. Meanwhile, Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) discover unexpected common interests with each other while searching for a birthday gift for Audrey.
When Jeff (Patrick Warburton) gives Audrey (Megyn Price) tickets to a musical, she could not be more enthused. However while enjoying her favorite pastime, she spots a familiar, Russell (David Spade), at the same venue. Meanwhile, Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) decides that Adam (Oliver Hudson) needs dance lessons for their pending nuptials, but it turns out that Jennifer is the one who has two left feet.
While Russell's (David Spade) new male assistant Timmy (guest star: Adhir Kalyan) makes Russell's job and love life a breeze, Adam (Oliver Hudson) becomes disgusted with Russell's new reign of boss terror. In the meantime, Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) decides to volunteer by reading to the elderly which provokes Audrey (Megyn Price) to jump on board the volunteer train yet again. Jeff (Patrick Warburton) quickly sees this as yet another one of Audrey's short lived commitments and challenges her to a bet based on how long she can stomach being around the elderly as well as stay committed to her new self- fulfilling volunteer adventure.
As Jeff (Patrick Warburton) expands his social network by becoming friends with a guys from his gym, Brad (guest star: Orlando Jones), he's quickly convinced by Audrey (Megyn Price) and Adam (Oliver Hudson) that Brad's gay! Meanwhile, Russell's (David Spade) hot young date maybe too close for comfort as he realizes events from his past may present themselves now and change his life forever.
Things get a bit burdensome for Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Audry (Megyn Price) when a simple visit from Jeff's father (Guest Star: Brian Dennehy) turns into a nightmare after he sprains his ankle and decides to sue them for his injury. Meanwhile, Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) and Adam (Oliver Hudson) butt heads when she disagrees with how his boss, Russell (David Spade), treats him more like a servant than an employee. As usual, Russell's "hit it and quit it" ways are challenged when a one night stand decides to extend her stay.
Things quickly get complicated when Audrey (Megyn Price) and Jeff (Patrick Warburton) decide to ditch a dinner date with Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) and Adam (Oliver Hudson) in order to attend Brad (Guest Star: Orlando Jones) and Jackie's (Guest Star: Sam Harris) exclusive, celebrity packed party. When Jenifer and Adam end up at the same party, Jeff and Audrey's lies begin to snowball and it becomes obvious that the truth is catching up to them. Meanwhile, Russell's (David Spade) womanizing ways get him in trouble at the same venue when he hits on the girlfriend of a NFL great (Guest Star: Jerry Rice). In order to get out of this messy situation, Russell makes Timmy (Guest Star: Adhir Kaylan) more than just his personal assistant which proves to be a bit too close for comfort for Timmy.
When Audrey's (Megyn Price) on-going problems with her assistant Tanya (Guest Star: Kate Micucci) becomes too much for her to stand, Russell's (David Spade) new assistant Timmy (Guest Star: Adhir Kalyan) looks like the perfect replacement. Meanwhile, Jeff's (Patrick Warburton) superstitions gets the best of him as he tries to recreate the day his favorite football team won.
When Jeff (Patrick Warburton) throws out his back after sneezing during his league baseball game, everyone starts to make fun of him being old and bent out of shape especially his new friend Brad (Guest Star Orlando Jones). Meanwhile, Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) decides to get off "the pill" which leaves her in bad mode and Adam (Oliver Hudson) in the line of fire. Meanwhile, Russell (David Spade) convinces Jeff that he's not old and he should not let his team replace him with a younger player!
When Audrey (Megyn Pierce) becomes jealous of a pregnant co-worker, she inadvertently convinces her colleagues that she has a bundle of joy on the way too. Meanwhile, Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) and Adam (Oliver Hudson) get a surprise Amish visitor Toby (Guest Star: Jake Thomas) who is a little unaccustomed to his new urban surroundings. Russell (David Spade) quickly takes it upon himself to show Toby around town and exposes him his so called "fabulous bachelor lifestyle." The end result is unbelievable.
When Jeff, (Patrick Warburton) Russell, (David Spade) and Adam (Oliver Hudson) make a bet to see who would be able to score the soonest, the three put their thinking caps on and rise up to the challenge. In the meantime, Russell's new assistant Timmy (Guest Star Adhir Kalyan) is also put into place as a watch guard for Russell. But when a series of unfortunate events begin to unwind, Jeff, Russell, and Adam are left out to hang with minutes to spare leaving only one winner that takes everyone by surprise.
When Audrey (Megyn Price) plans a dinner date with Jeff (Patrick Warburton), Jackie (Guest Star Sam Harris) and Brad (Guest Star Orlando Jones), Jeff feels extremely violated when Jackie begins eating off his plate! Meantime, when Russell (David Spade) finds out his new fling (a psychotherapist), Ellen (Guest Star: Perrey Reeves), won't see him as a patient, he quickly gets creative and decides to use Timmy (Guest Star: Adhir Kalyan) to find out why he is the way he is.
When Audrey (Megyn Price) invites her and Jeff's (Patrick Warburton) recently divorced out of luck friend Steve (Guest Star: Tony Hale) to stay with them for a few days, Audrey thinks she may have become Steve's newest rebound. Meanwhile, Russell's (David Spade) love em' and leave em' antics have finally caught up with him when his newest fling Tina's (Guest Star: Alexis Krause) overprotective brothers manage to track Russell down and make him follow through with his never ending empty promises.
When Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) and Russell (David Spade) decide to teach Adam (Oliver Hudson) a lesson in responsibility, the joke is on them when Adam has the last laugh. When Jeff (Patrick Warburton) runs into some extra cash, Audrey (Megyn Price) convinces him that they should live the good life for a night, living it up for a day has some pretty expensive price tags as penny-pinching Jeff learns the hard way.
When Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) and Audrey (Megyn Price) throw a "girls only" sex party, Jeff (Patrick Warburton) quickly gets insecure when he finds a "product" Audrey may have purchased. Meanwhile, Russell (David Spade) decides to ditch the single life for a moment when he overhears from an attractive woman that she has a preference for married men.
When Jeff's (Patrick Warburton) young and attractive colleague flirts with him at work, Russell (David Spade) wrongfully advises him to playfully engage her. The plan backfires and Jeff finds himself in over his head and in trouble at home with Audrey (Megyn Price). Meanwhile, Russell leaves his cell phone at the home of his one-night-stand and sends his assistant Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) to retrieve it
Russell (David Spade) takes the title of worst boss ever after Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) exchanges horror stories with other assistants while on an overnight errand for his boss. Meanwhile, Audrey (Megyn Price) and Jeff (Patrick Warburton) take advice from Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) and Adam (Oliver Hudson) on how to switch things up in the bedroom.
Jeff (Patrick Warburton) plans a trip to Atlantic City for his friend?s bachelor party on the same weekend Audrey (Megyn Price) has family coming to visit. When Jeff learns the wedding has been called off, he and Russell (David Spade) still decide to go to Atlantic City for a ?guys? weekend, inviting Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) and Adam (Oliver Hudson) to join. In the meantime, Audrey?s family cancels their visit and she secretly plans a spa weekend in Atlantic City with Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) unbeknownst to Jeff. Things get sticky when Audrey discovers the bachelor party has been cancelled and she starts a game of revenge to ruin Jeff?s weekend with the guys.
Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) and Adam (Oliver Hudson) return home to find that someone has been in their apartment, yet nothing was taken. Tension arises among the group when no one believes that Audrey (Megyn Price) saw her grandmother's ghost. Meanwhile, Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) goes to the airport to meet his soon-to-be wife Suneetha (guest star Nazneen Contractor), as Russell (David Spade) contemplates a plan to stop him from making a mistake.
Audrey (Megyn Price) and Jeff (Patrick Warburton) decide to try couples therapy. At the request of Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich), Adam (Oliver Hudson) goes to great lengths to take a decent engagement photo. Meanwhile, Russell (David Spade) struggles with his feelings for Timmy's (Adhir Kalyan) fiancée, Suneetha (guest star Nazneen Contractor).
In efforts to be more charitable, Russell (David Spade) joins Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) in his city revitalization volunteer project. Audrey (Megyn Price) puts Jeff (Patrick Warburton) in a compromising situation in efforts to cheer up her friend Liz (guest star Wendi McClendon-Covey). Adam (Oliver Hudson) tries to help Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) with her diet. Written by: Vanessa McCarthy Directed by: Andy Cadiff
Audrey (Megyn Price) and Jeff (Patrick Warburton) discover more about each other after Audrey inadvertently finds out that Jeff once dated a dancer who is now a regular on a popular reality dance show. Meanwhile, Russell (David Spade) convinces Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) to break off his engagement to Suneetha (guest star Nazneen Contractor). After Russell admits his feelings for her, Timmy thinks that his boss has sunk to all-new low, until he learns the truth from Adam (Oliver Hudson).
Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) finally admits to Russell (David Spade) that he is fed up with his abuse and humiliation. After Audrey (Megyn Price) no longer has her weekly girls’ night, Jeff (Patrick Warburton) is upset that he doesn’t get his free time and asks Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) to invite Audrey to her girls’ night out. To Jeff’s dismay, Audrey brings the girls back to their apartment and ruins Jeff’s plans of spending time alone. Russell brings Timmy along to a former assistants launch party. After the game is unveiled, Russell realizes that his former assistant still harbors resentment. Written by: Christopher Shiple Directed by: John Pasquin
Jeff (Patrick Warburton) accidentally injects himself with Audrey's (Megyn Price) hormones for her fertility treatments on the day that they are attending her new boss? party. Adam (Oliver Hudson) forgets that it is Jennifer?s (Bianca Kajlich) birthday but is saved when Jeff gives him tickets to a Ranger?s game that he cannot attend. Russell (David Spade) regrets taking Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) to the hockey game, when his allegiance to the opposing team gets out of control.
Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) creates a wedding website for Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) that Russell (David Spade) tries to sabotage. Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Audrey (Megyn Price) are not having luck getting pregnant, so they decide to investigate fertility options and meet with potential surrogates. They decide to go with Pam (guest star Jamie Pressly).
Audrey (Megyn Price) attends her high school reunion in Nebraska with Jeff (Patrick Warburton) in hopes to show her classmates she is no longer a loser and has made it in the big city. Not one to spend time alone, Russell (David Spade) crashes Timmy's (Adhir Kalyan) dinner party, bumping into invited guests Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) and Adam (Oliver Hudson).
Audrey (Megyn Price) is accused of sexual harassment at work by a new young, attractive mailroom employee. Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) and Adam (Oliver Hudson) disagree as she refuses to believe a woman can?t get a simple backrub from the man she loves. Russell (David Spade) is stuck in the middle of a competition, after Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) challenges Jeff (Patrick Warburton) to a game of cricket.
Spontaneously, Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) decide to go to City Hall to get married, and invite Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Audrey (Megyn Price) as their witnesses. In efforts to keep the wedding a secret from Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) and Russell (David Spade), Adam lies and confusion arises.
Jeff (Patrick Warburton) becomes concerned when he sees Russell (David Spade) and Pam (guest star Jaime Pressly), the potential new surrogate, leave the apartment building together. In an attempt to stop anything from happening, Jeff enlists the help of Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich). By the time Jennifer arrives at Russell’s apartment, it is too late. An infuriated Jeff forces Russell to confess that he has “ruined” the surrogate to Audrey (Megyn Price). Deciding that they no longer can hire Pam, Jeff and Audrey are left once again without a surrogate. Meanwhile, Adam (Oliver Hudson) spends time improving his physique.
Russell (David Spade) tries to help Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) with his new crush, co-worker Allison (guest star Taryn Southern) by sending a suggestive email to her from Timmy’s computer. Allison, offended by the email, avoids Timmy until they both discover Russell's ploy. Impressed with Jeff's (Patrick Warburton) ability to manipulate an argument with Audrey (Megyn Price), Adam (Oliver Hudson) is told about Jeff's file of all of Audrey's mistakes that he stores to use in future arguments. Adam unsuccessfully tries to use Jeff’s method on Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich). At first angry by the list, Audrey soon realizes that it is a record of their life together.

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