Rules of Engagement, Season 6

Rules of Engagement, Season 6 Summary

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Rules of Engagement, Season 6 Synopsis

As Liz (Wendi McLendon-Covey) enthusiastically tries to make her marriage to Russell work, he tries to end their relationship.
Worried about getting his father's approval, Russell gets Liz all dolled up to meet him. Meanwhile, Jeff is more concerned about his guys' weekend being cancelled than Audrey's feelings, and Adam has a new friend (Curtis Armstrong) to drive crazy.
Audrey’s throat surgery makes her unable to speak, much to Jeff’s delight. Meanwhile, Russell tells Timmy the only way that he will get a raise is if he does Russell’s dirty work and fires someone.
When the gang decides to take a trip to Vermont to check out the fall foliage, they find themselves wishing they had never left home. Meanwhile, Russell has renewed faith in his marriage to Liz.
Jeff has found a way to talk to his wife without having to physically talking to his wife through an app on his phone by telling her what ever he wants by having his voicemail go straight to her voicemail. Adam has a salesman come to his defense after his friends pick on him for some bad choice in picking his clothes.
Audrey tries to persuade Jeff to eat healthier when he is diagnosed with high cholesterol, but he can't help sneaking around with Brenda for unhealthy food. Meanwhile, Russell tries to keep up with his new college intern on the party circuit.
A battle of wills ensues when Audrey won't admit she hates an armchair that Jeff pretends to love; Russell sues Timmy for sexual harassment.
In order to convince Audrey he is making an effort in their relationship, Jeff sends her on a romantic scavenger hunt, with mixed results. Meanwhile, Adam leads Russell to believe that Jen has a sex tape.
When Audrey thinks her maid needs help getting money to fix her limp, she asks her neighbors to help contribute, only to find out she misunderstood what the maid needed the money for.
Jeff discovers that Audrey uses sex to get what she wants, while Russell and Timmy make a commercial for their new soup spoon.
Timmy is determined to reconnect with a woman he shared a romantic moment with on the subway. Meanwhile, Audrey and Jeff blame each other when they're snubbed by a couple they previously went out with.
Jeff is stumped when Audrey asks him to name five nice things about her. Meanwhile, Russell pushes Timmy to serenade a woman he likes; Jennifer and Adam mistakenly receive Audrey and Jeff's bank statement.
When Audrey and Jen makes plans to see a concert, Jeff makes solo plans and excludes Adam, whose feelings are hurt.
Audrey tries to prepare for motherhood by continuing to repair a doll that she keeps damaging. Meanwhile, Jeff questions Brenda's dating choices.
Jen volunteers to throw Audrey a baby shower, but puts the wrong date on the invitation. Meanwhile, Jeff takes a liking to Audrey's maternity clothes, and Russell accomplishes great things when he decides to give up women.

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Rules of Engagement, Season 6 Episodes

The sixth season of the American television comedy series Rules of Engagement initially received a 24-episode order and was set to debut on Saturday, October 15, 2011, but relocated to Thursdays due to the low ratings developing from How to Be a Gentleman. After CBS announced the two comedies would swap timeslots, they set the Season 6 debut as October 20, 2011 at 8:30 PM. Effective January 12, 2012, CBS removed Rules of Engagement from its Thursday lineup, replacing it with the new sitcom Rob starring Rob Schneider. CBS announced that Rules would return to its Thursday 8:30 PM time slot at a later date. After Rob's run of its initial eight episode order, Rules returned March 29 for eight weeks of new episodes. Thus, the sixth season was cut from 24 episodes to 15.

Episode TitleTime
Dirty Talk21:32
Bros Before Nodes21:32
Audrey Is Dumb21:32
Nature Calls21:08
Shy Dial21:32
Cheating21:38
The Chair21:22
Scavenger Hunt21:38
A Big Bust19:54
After the Lovin'21:31
Missed Connections21:31
The Five Things21:08
Meat Wars21:20
Goodbye Dolly21:15
Audrey's Shower21:30
Chemistry01:44
Trouble on Stage01:56
Sweet Serenades01:42
Nature Calls01:11
Line Change02:01
Russell (David Spade) tries to get out of his unforeseen marriage with Liz (Wendi McLendon-Covey). Adam’s (Oliver Hudson) rooftop nap yields painful results. Following the advice of Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich), Audrey (Megyn Price) and Jeff (Patrick Warburton) attempt to engage in “dirty talk”.
In efforts to gain approval from his father (guest star Geoff Pierson), Russell (David Spade) makes Liz (Wendi McLendon-Covey) get a makeover, enlisting the help of Timmy (Adhir Kalyan). Adam (Oliver Hudson) meets Curtis Armstrong and a bromance ensues. Jeff (Patrick Warburton) tries to get out of staying at home with Audrey (Megyn Price) so he can go on a guys’ weekend.
To Jeff’s (Patrick Warburton) enjoyment, Audrey’s (Megyn Price) throat surgery leaves her speechless. Adam (Oliver Hudson) tries to convince everyone that he has more going for him than just his good looks. Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) uses another job offer as leverage after being forced by Russell (David Spade) to fire a coworker.
The group gets duped into joining the nature excursion that Liz (Wendi McLendon-Covey) has planned for Russell (David Spade). Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) get into a sticky situation when using the hotel computer. Timmy’s (Adhir Kalyan) efforts to comfort Liz lead to a huge misunderstanding.
Jeff (Patrick Warburton) uses a voicemail app called “Shy Dial” to avoid talking to Audrey (Megyn Price). Liz (Wendi McLendon-Covey) tries to seduce Timmy (Adhir Kalyan), resulting in an awkward situation in Russell’s (David Spade) office. Adam (Oliver Hudson) makes a new friend that helps him get back at Russell and Jeff (Patrick Warburton) for always making fun of him.
Russell (David Spade) starts spending time out, away from Timmy (Adhir Kalyan), with their new intern, Topher. After Audrey (Megyn Price) puts Jeff (Patrick Warburton) on a diet, he sneaks out to cheat and eat bad food with Brenda (Sara Rue). Adam (Oliver Hudson) tries to find a way to get out of the bedtime that Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) has set for them.
Unwilling to admit to Jeff (Patrick Warburton) that she made a mistake, Audrey (Megyn Price) reluctantly keeps a hideous chair she purchased. Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) suspects Russell (David Spade) has ulterior motives when he asks him out to a fancy lunch.
To try to show his care and interest in their relationship, Jeff (Patrick Warburton) sends Audrey (Megyn Price) on a scavenger hunt, as suggested by Adam (Oliver Hudson). Russell (David Spade) thinks Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) has a sex tape and enlists Timmy’s (Adhir Kalyan) help in finding it.
Audrey’s (Megyn Price) neighbors are annoyed to learn that money they donated has paid for a cosmetic surgery for her housekeeper. Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) trains for a marathon with a beautiful woman as Russell (David Spade) tries to win her over. Inspired by Timmy to run the marathon, Adam (Oliver Hudson) goes about training in all the wrong ways.
Frustrated by his boss blaming him for burning his mouth on hot soup, Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) has a special spoon created for Russell (David Spade). Audrey’s (Megyn Price) plan backfires when she tries to seduce Jeff (Patrick Warburton) in the bedroom in order to get him to complete household tasks.
Timmy (Adhir Kalyn) has a "missed connection" with a beautiful woman while on the subway with Russell (David Spade). Adam’s (Oliver Hudson) anniversary gift for Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) leads him to a drum circle. Audrey (Megyn Price) and Jeff (Patrick Warburton) meet a new couple in the building and are confused when they cancel plans to get together and later see them out.
Russell (David Spade) offers to teach Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) a song that he can use to win over a girl. To Audrey’s (Megyn Price) disappointment, Jeff (Patrick Warburton) struggles to come up with five things he loves about her. Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) accidentally see one of Jeff and Audrey’s bank statements, resulting in underlying tension.
Audrey (Megyn Price) drags Jen (Bianca Kajlich) to a Bon Jovi concert to prove that she’s still young and fun, leaving Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Adam (Oliver Hudson) at home. Russell (David Spade) finds a phone number in his pocket and asks Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) to investigate.
Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) is forced to help Russell (David Spade) after he has his wisdom teeth removed. Audrey (Megyn Price) becomes concerned with her parenting skills after mishandling a little girl’s doll. Jeff (Patrick Warburton) stalks Brenda (Sara Rue) on her date with a new girlfriend.
Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) offers to throw a baby shower for Audrey (Megyn Price), but the party doesn’t turn out exactly as planned. Audrey starts to feel disconnected from the pregnancy process and Jeff (Patrick Warburton) tries to cheer her up. Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) convinces Russell (David Spade) to take a break from women and discovers Russell has a list of hidden talents.
Executive producer Mike Sikowitz takes you backstage and visits his old friend Patrick Warburton.
Guest star Wendi McLendon-Covey returns to Rules but encounters an unwelcome visitor in her dressing room... writer Michael Ross.
Creator Tom Hertz shares a few tricks of the trade, including his special way for motivating the writers.
Oliver Hudson shows off the first off-set location of the season, the Santa Monica Mountains, but writer Mike Haukom thinks he isn’t treating nature quite right.
Executive producer Tim Doyle explains the writing process and gives a last minute line change to Adhir Kalyan.

Rules of Engagement, Season 6 Comments & Critics

Rules of Engagement, Season 6 Reviews

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- Great show5 star

Love this show it’s always funny

- Thank god it got cancelled1 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.

- Hilarious5 star

Easily one of the best shows on tv.

- Show some love CBS!5 star

CBS really needs to do this shoe right and keep them on after Big Bang on thursdays. It's a great show and should be treated as such, Keep up the good work writers and cast it's such a fun show to watch!

- Awesome season !!!!!5 star

Love every episode.... Bring it on in season 7

- Most Underrated SItcom4 star

This really is a fun written show. It's a shame it's not getting the billing it deserves. Following the typical 'friends' format, it delivers some really good situational laughs. It's not up to par with the wit of Big Bang or Modern Family, but it's smart and fun.

- Confused....5 star

I love the show, got the season pass, um now after 7 shows, and some short stuff, no more?

- 70+ episodes! Thank you Tom Herts and Adam Sandler. Your mastery of American tv is astonishing!5 star

Fantastic effort! The world is a better place! I'm overwhelmed with this effort. The script, makeup, set, lighting, wardrobe, speed, direction, a-list acting make season six an Emmy winner. I'll gladly add this series my Blu-ray collection:D yeah! And Thank you everybody! You look marvoulous!

- Hilarity5 star

This show is a funny take on various types of relationships!

- Great TV !5 star

The best relationship show. As well written as Seinfeld. Funny intertwined story lines. Can't wait for each episode. Beautiful women & funny guys can't go wrong.

- Love it!5 star

Wow the season opener was hilarious!

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