Rules of Engagement, Season 3

Rules of Engagement, Season 3 Summary

In its third season, the series will continue to explore the trials and tribulations of the five principal characters. Jeff (Patrick Warburton) tries to accept the fact that his new friend (guest star Orlando Jones — Drumlime, Evolution) is gay, while Audrey (Megyn Price) discovers a devious way of using the miracle of life to her advantage at work. Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) continue their journey to wedding bliss and end up being a host to a teenage Amish boy, who with Russell's (David Spade) help reaffirms his decision to go back to his Amish lifestyle. Surprisingly, Russell finds his first male assistant Timmy (guest star Adhir Kalyan — Aliens in America, Nip/Tuck) very resourceful for his company and his love life, and continues on his journey to eternal bachelorhood. Rules of Engagement, Season 3 Wiki

Rules of Engagement, Season 3 Synopsis

Audrey discovers that Russell is really a closet Broadway-musical fan, and uses this knowledge to her advantage by blackmailing him for tickets. Meanwhile, Adam and Jennifer decide to take dancing lessons.
Audrey has to keep her bet to Jeff by finishing what she starts. We meet Russell's new assistant.
Jeff learns a fact about a friend he just met at the gym and Russell has doubts about the family history of a new girlfriend.
Jeff's father arrives after spraining his ankle and expects Audrey to wait on him hand and foot while he recooperates. Meanwhile, Russell begins to regret a one-night stand after she won't leave his apartment.
Jeff and Audrey are invited to dinner with Jennifer and Adam, but tell a lie so they can attend a better bash that evening. Russell also attends the same party and manages to offend former NFL great, Jerry Rice.
When Timmy gets tired of Russell's demands and Audrey gets fed up with her terrible assistant, the two work together to find a solution. Meanwhile, Jeff's supersition gets the best of him as he tries to recreate the exact conditions of the Giants' win.
After being harrassed for falling asleep during a movie, Jeff tries to prove to Audrey that he's still young by inviting her to his softball game.
Frustrated over the attention a pregnant co-worker is getting, Audrey pretends she too is pregnant in order to get special treatment.
Russell issues a competition between he guys to see who can convince their partners to engage in sex more easily.
Jeff doesn't get any dinner after someone else eats it before Jeff does now he has to keep quiet about it.
Audrey makes a bad mistake after a friend, whose marriage is falling a part is doing something bad when he hugs people.
Audrey convinces Jeff to go out on the town and do something exciting after making a profit from the sale of his car. After the lavish night has finished, she regrets the decision after finding out they spent much more than he made.
After Jennifer hosts a party, Jeff wonders if he and Audrey are missing out on something in their personal life.

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Rules of Engagement, Season 3 Episodes

The third season of the American television comedy series Rules of Engagement premiered as a mid-season entry on March 2, 2009 and concluded on May 18, 2009. It consists of 13 episodes, each running approximately 22 minutes in length. CBS broadcast the third season at 9:30 pm in the United States.

Episode TitleTime
Russell's Secret21:13
Voluntary Commitment21:37
Jeff's New Friend21:20
Dad's Visit21:36
Lyin' King21:36
Poaching Timmy20:04
Old Timer's Day21:35
Twice21:36
The Challenge21:03
Family Style21:04
May Divorce Be With You21:31
House Money21:10
Sex Toy Story21:33
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.

Rules of Engagement, Season 3 Comments & Critics

Rules of Engagement, Season 3 Reviews

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- Garbage1 star

I should start out by telling you what type of sense of humor I have by telling you the shows I like. I like The Office, 30 Rock, Arrested Development, Episodes, Parks and Recreation, Community, Friends, Seinfeld, Will and Grace and The Big Bang Theory (sometimes). But this show is garbage... If u like any of those shows on my list don't watch this it it not smart and not even entertaining.

- Great Show5 star

One of the all time best!

- One of the very best!5 star

This show is hysterical ! One of the very best comedies on tv!!

- awsome5 star

by far the best tv series ever! i love this show and hope it stays on for a very long time! i cant get enough of it!

- Rules, Rules5 star

This is my favorite show! Love it!

- Great Show4 star

This is a great show. It's the only show that makes me laugh out loud. Where are show's 8-11?

- THIS IS THE BEST SHOW TO PREMIRE ON TV !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! U SHOOD BUY IT!!!!!!!!5 star

This is the best show I've seen in a long time . i think Patrik Wallburg is sooo funny as the part of jeff !!!! I know I will be watching this show for as long as its on!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

- Keep'em Coming!!!4 star

A fun show that's a solid hit. The actors and story lines are simply great fun! Please keep'em coming!!!

- Funny4 star

This show got off to a great start then the writers stirke killed it for a year. Now its back and really it is one of the best shows on!. Welcome back and if you like this season then you need to look at the first few shows. Funny

- Sexy Mcgee5 star

by far the best show on tv at this moment. the only show that can come close to comparing with it would be scrubs. the premiere was amazing

- All time best TV show5 star

This could possibly be one of the best TV shows of all time, I am really excited for season 3.

- FANTASTIC SHOW but please itunes get the theme song for the us store!5 star

I can not get enough of this show i will stay with it as long as it runs! I loved the premiere and i am pretty happy to be the first to review! but please itunes get how many ways for the us store i love the theme song as much as the show!

- So glad this show is back!!!!5 star

Hilarious show, one of the best sitcoms on TV, definitely worth the download.

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