Rules of Engagement, Season 5

Rules of Engagement, Season 5 Summary

Rules of Engagement is a comedy about the different phases of male/female relationships, as seen through the eyes of a newly engaged couple, Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich), a long-time married pair, Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Audrey (Megyn Price), and a single guy on the prowl, Russell (David Spade) and his assistant, Timmy (Adhir Kalyan). As they find out, the often confusing stages of a relationship can seem like being on a roller coaster. People can describe the ride to you, but to really know what it's like you have to experience it for yourself. Rules of Engagement, Season 5 Wiki

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Jeff unsuccessfully tries to keep Russell from sleeping with their new surrogate, while Adam tries to work on improving his rear end.
Jeff tells Adam his secret for keeping track of Audrey's mistakes and how he uses that list to keep Audrey from getting too upset with him when he makes mistakes. Russell hoping to get a girl sends a nasty e-mail to Timmy's love interest.
Jeff wants to see if he can get Audrey to get the rug back after Jeff gets sentimental about the rug and reminds Audrey about all the good times they had on that rug.
Audrey tries to be more spontaneous in the bedroom with Jeff. Meanwhile, Russell invites Timmy to join him on a business trip to distract him from his fear of flying.
When Audrey realizes how miserable her job is making her, she contemplates quitting. Meanwhile, Allison tells Timmy she wants to slow things down.
Audrey goes stir crazy after quitting her job and decides to start a cookie business. Meanwhile, Timmy tries to be one of the guys.
When Jeff can't get out of the lease for a retail space he rented for Audrey's fleeting cookie business, he and Adam invent a new game involving the heads of mannequins. Meanwhile, Russell and Timmy go on a double date.
Jeff and Audrey finally settle on a surrogate. Meanwhile, Russell's mother, Bunny, comes to town.
When Russell's trust fund is cut off by his mother, he gets a taste of how life will be after moving in with Timmy. Meanwhile, Audrey helps Jeff impress his boss in order to get a raise.
Jeff struggles to figure out how to ask his co-workers to donate money for Audrey's 10K charity run after telling them that he doesn't want to participate in their fundraisers anymore.
Timmy teaches Russell how to budget after all utilities are suddenly turned off. Audrey tells someone all about publishing and shows off her office.
When Russell decides to borrow a Holiday concept of gift-giving from Adam, both Adam and his co-workers are in for surprises. Meanwhile, Audrey wants to make people laugh at Jeff's Holiday party.
When Jeff discovers that a guy is giving Audrey home pilates classes, he wants to make a change. Meanwhile, Adam tells Jennifer specifics about his football past.
Russell is busy looking for his date at a magic show, Audrey tells Brenda's girlfriend a secret.
Timmy wants to join a sinning group but may have a hard time keeping the secret from Russell. Jeff and Audrey have a new rude neighbor.
Jeff's day goes as planned and is messed up when the house keeper drops by. Adam's eye twitches and he finds out what may cause it.
Jeff, Audrey and Brenda find a zygote after seeing a fertility specialist. Russell and Timmy double date.
After Jeff stuns Audrey by remembering their wedding date the surprise is on Jeff. Timmy helps Russell on a date.
Russell finds Timmy has a sister and wants to date her. Audrey and Jeff play match maker for their neighbor Liz.
Jeff and Audrey are in for a big change when Brenda finds out she is pregnant. Timmy is Adam and Jennifer's wedding planner.
When an old photo of Jeff appears in an art gallery, he decides it's time to make some changes in his life. Meanwhile, Russell experiences a slump with women until he sees a familiar face.
Jeff and Audrey get a surprise that their family may soon double in size. Russell in his latest scheme to date a girl decides to throw a party Ford Timmy who recently became a citizen, now the question is will the party have the desired effect for Russell?
Russell gets Timmy and to see if he can figure out why to Liz is attracted to the other man and not Russell. Jeff doesn't like the idea that Audrey is making almost the same amount of money as he does.
Russell books a cruise that he thinks is filled with "red hot" ladies but instead it's filled with ladies from the Red Hat society. Meanwhile, Timmy tries to help Jeff and Audrey settle an argument.

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Rules of Engagement, Season 5 Episodes

The fifth season of the American television comedy series Rules of Engagement premiered on September 20, 2010. It consisted of 24 episodes, each running approximately 22 minutes in length, marking the first time that the program received a full-season order. CBS initially broadcast the fifth season on Mondays at 8:30 pm ET in the United States between How I Met Your Mother and Two and a Half Men. In February, the show moved to 8:30 ET on Thursdays, following The Big Bang Theory.

Episode TitleTime
The Bank21:34
Handy Man21:38
Play Ball20:58
Mannequin Head Ball21:36
The Big Picture21:35
Fun Run21:34
Refusing to Budget21:30
Little Bummer Boy20:52
The Home Stretch21:32
Uh Oh It’s Magic21:37
Singing and Dancing21:36
Jeff Day21:22
Anniversary Chicken21:35
The Set Up21:37
Beating the System21:34
The Jeff Photo21:38
Double Down aka Twins21:13
The Power Couple21:37
The Last of the Red Hat Lovers21:37
Word of the Day: Russellism02:11
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.
Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Audrey (Megyn Price) attend an adoption fair. Confusion quickly ensues and they are kicked out as a result, another hurdle in their attempt to have a baby. Jeff and Audrey decide to give their old rug to Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich). Disaster strikes while Russell (David Spade) is left alone in the office as Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) is out helping Jeff and Audrey find a new rug.
Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) is pleased when Russell (David Spade) invites him to travel on a business trip only to discover Russell’s fear of flying. Audrey (Megyn Price) complains to Jeff (Patrick Warburton) that their marriage has lost its romance. Jeff’s attempts to rekindle the flame backfires.
When she realizes it’s making her miserable, Audrey (Megyn Price) contemplates quitting her job, with Jeff’s (Patrick Warburton) encouragement. Meanwhile, Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) takes his frustrations out on Russell (David Spade) after Allison (Taryn Southern)tells Timmy she wants to slow things down, in an effort to get to know each other better. Embarrassed by the story of how she and Adam (Oliver Hudson) met, Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) comes up with a new story.
An unemployed Audrey (Megyn Price) drives Jeff (Patrick Warburton) crazy in her attempt to find her “purpose.” Russell (David Spade) once again attempts to give Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) relationship advise and tries to make him “one of the guys.” Meanwhile, Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) stumble upon memorabilia while cleaning out their storage unit.
When Jeff (Patrick Warburton) can’t get out of the lease for a retail space he rented for Audrey’s (Megyn Price) fleeting cookie business, he and Adam (Oliver Hudson) invent a new game involving the heads of mannequins. Audrey and Jen (Bianca Kajlich) watch the game on a security camera online and liken the men's behavior to Diane Fossey observing the gorillas. Meanwhile, Russell (David Spade) enlists Timmy's (Adhir Kalyan) help to impress a woman and they end up on a double date with Allison (guest star Taryn Southern) and the new woman.
Joan Collins and Sara Rue guest star in this episode. Russell’s flamboyant mom (guest star Joan Collins) pays her son a visit and spends time with his assistant Timmy (Adhir Kalyan). Brenda (guest star Sara Rue), a teammate on Jeff’s (Patrick Warburton) softball team, suggests that she could be a potential surrogate for he and Audrey (Megyn Price). Written by: Gloria Calderon Kellett Directed by: Ted Wass
Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) begrudgingly helps Russell (David Spade) adjust to a new lifestyle once Russell’s mother cuts off his trust fund. Audrey (Megyn Price) visits Jeff (Patrick Warburton) at his office and is horrified when she finds an unflattering picture of her in the boss’ office, and attempts to steal the picture, but her plan backfires. Meanwhile, Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) struggle with keeping the romance alive in their relationship. Written by: Becky Mann & Audra Sielaff Directed by: Ted Wass
Jeff (Patrick Warburton) needs to figure out how to ask his co-workers to donate money for Audrey’s (Megyn Price)10K run for charity after he’s told them not to ask him to participate anymore in their fund raisers. Meanwhile, the tables are turned on Russell (David Spade) when Heather (guest star Bree Turner), a new girl he’s interested in, seems to be blowing him off. Written by: Tom Hertz Directed by: Ted Wass
Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) continues to help Russell (David Spade) with his budget. Audrey (Megyn Price) takes a job as a hostess at her favorite restaurant and runs into an old college classmate while on the job. Adam (Oliver Hudson) takes offense after Jen (Bianca Kajlich) tells him he talks too much.
Russell (David Spade) finds the unexpected reason behind his negativity towards the holidays. Adam’s (Oliver Hudson) gift for Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) goes missing and he is forced into some uncomfortable situations in order to get it back. Meanwhile Audrey (Megyn Price) tries too hard to impress the guests at Jeff’s (Patrick Warburton) office holiday party.
Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) and Russell (David Spade) battle for the same woman. Jeff (Patrick Warburton) fires Audrey’s (Megyn Price) pilates instructor after seeing that he is very attractive. Meanwhile, Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) is mortified when she learns that Adam (Oliver Hudson) was never on the football team in high school.
Russell (David Spade) takes his date Jessica to a Criss Angel show (Criss Angel appears as himself), leaving Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) to babysit her son Leland (guest star Jonathan Heit). Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Audrey (Megyn Price) spend time with their surrogate Brenda (guest star Sara Rue) and meet her girlfriend Becky. Adam (Oliver Hudson) is jealous when Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) keeps calling on their good-looking super to do repairs in their apartment.
Russell (David Spade) fulfills a lifelong dream and auditions to join Timmy’s (Adhir Kalyan) a cappella group, The Raging Toners (guest stars The SoCal VoCals). Audrey (Megyn Price) and Jeff (Patrick Warburton) start hiding out in Jen (Bianca Kajich) and Adam’s (Oliver Hudson) apartment to avoid Liz (guest star Wendi McClendon-Covey), Audrey’s annoying friend who has moved into their building.
After announcing that it's ‘Jeff Day,’ Jeff (Patrick Warburton) finds his plans have changed after the cleaning lady arrives. Meanwhile, Adam (Oliver Hudson) has to figure out why he has developed an eye twitch. Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) tries to get revenge on Russell (David Spade), by interfering with his love life.
Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Audrey (Megyn Price) move forward with the procedure to impregnate Brenda (guest star Sara Rue) with their child. Russell (David Spade) and Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) start dating pro-basketball players. Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) steal Jeff’s Omaha Steaks and then suffer the consequences.
Jeff (Patrick Warburton) remembers that his anniversary with Audrey (Megyn Price) is approaching, and believes that Audrey has forgotten. He sets out to show Audrey how great it is that he remembered, and she did not – a first in their relationship. Jen (Bianca Kajlich) agrees to go bowling with Adam (Oliver Hudson) on their date night. Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) is forced to go on a date with Russell (David Spade) and a new date (guest star) and act as a translator as she speaks Italian.
Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Audrey (Megyn Price) set their neighbor, (guest star Wendi McLendon-Covey), up on a blind date with Jeff’s co-worker (guest star Larry Joe Campbell). Russell (David Spade) learns that Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) has a sister (guest star Melanie Kannokada). Meanwhile, Adam (Oliver Hudson) checks out a new gym, that turns out to be something different than he expected.
Brenda (guest star Sara Rue) takes a pregnancy test to find out if she is pregnant with Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Audrey’s (Megyn Price) baby. Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) and Russell (David Spade) give unsolicited advice to Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich), who is planning her wedding.
Jeff (Patrick Warburton) becomes obsessed with his looks after finding an old photograph. Russell (David Spade) reaches an all new low in dating when he hooks up with someone unexpected. Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) and Adam (Oliver Hudson) have professional photos taken. Audrey (Megyn Price) convinces Liz (guest star Wendi McLendon-Covey) that she needs to have a fling with a man.
In order to woo a girl he’s been chasing who’s an event planner, Russell (David Spade) throws Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) a party celebrating his citizenship, despite his being a citizen for over 10 years. Later at the party, Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) causes a disturbance and, with the help of Adam (Oliver Hudson), blames two twins attending the party. Meanwhile, Audrey (Megyn Price) and Jeff (Patrick Warburton) find out that their surrogate Brenda (guest star Sara Rue) might be pregnant with twins.
Jeff (Patrick Warburton) gets jealous when Audrey (Megyn Price) gets a raise. Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) reap the benefits over a mistaken public wedding proposal. Russell (David Spade) uses Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) to help him find out why Liz (guest star Wendi McLendon-Covey) is not interested in him.
Russell (David Spade) is shocked when he learns he is not on the cruise he expected – “The Red Hot Ladies” Cruise. Audrey (Megyn Price) and Jeff (Patrick Warburton) employ the help of Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) to settle a disagreement that started while spending the night at Russell’s place. Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) and Adam (Oliver Hudson) decide to have a little fun when asked to check in on Audrey and Patrick’s apartment, which is being painted.
Russellism (noun): A witty jab expressed by David Spade's character, Russell. Check out all-new episodes of 'Rules of Engagement' Mondays at 8:30, only on CBS!

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- Please release all seasons as a box set5 star

Love this!!

- Terrible1 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 Show!!!5 star

If you like Friends, you'll like this show.

- Where is Season 6?5 star

I love this show & own the first 5 seasons. Where is Season 6? The season has already started!

- A good time tv show :D yeah!5 star

If you like fun this is the most you can hope for in a situational comedy. I love that there're really starting to fill every scene with more and more actors. Yeah! Right on! I like a full house!

- Rules of Engagement5 star

With Two and a Half Men pretty much being cancelled this show could be the best comedy show on TV.

- Fantastic5 star

This show has the funniest and wittiest writers on tv!!! It's just so hip and funny!!!

- one of the best shows on TV5 star

No idea how this show isnt more popular. Absolutely love it. Every character makes you laugh. Does exactly what at sitcom is suppose to do. Keeps you laughing and excited for the next episode. To me, funnier than Big Bang Theory and on the same level as two and a half men. Both of which are shows I also love. I guarantee you'll enjoy watching it.

- can't get enough5 star

The cast is great. David Spade(Russell) and Patrick Warburton(Jeff) are super hilarious. A 'must see' show.

- The best show5 star

that no one is watching, so watch it!!

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