Rules of Engagement, Season 7

Rules of Engagement, Season 7 Summary

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Rules of Engagement, Season 7 Synopsis

Liz temporarily moves in with Jeff and Audrey, and quickly irritates Audrey when she takes Jeff's side on everything. Meanwhile, Adam and Timmy team up to beat the rest of the company at ping pong.
Jeff and Audrey ask Russell to list the women he has slept with so they can avoid giving one of those names to their baby. Meanwhile, Adam is humiliated when he spends a lot of money on a new bicycle and gear.
Liz wants to have a baby, so she turns to Russell for help. Meanwhile, Timmy takes Jeff's advice on how to attract a coworker, but it all backfires.
Jeff makes an effort to change his unhealthy eating habits after he accidentally eats Jen and Adam’s “special” cupcake and lands in the hospital. Meanwhile, Russell forces Timmy to be his wingman when his date brings her mother on their night out.
After meeting up with college friends who are no longer into partying, Jeff and Audrey set out to prove that even with a baby on the way, they can still have fun. Meanwhile, Timmy tricks Russell into accompanying him to a nursing home.
When Audrey bonds with their unborn baby, a paranoid Jeff believes she is trying to form an alliance against him. Meanwhile, Russell plagiarizes a real estate article that Timmy wrote.
Jeff plots to get into a popular restaurant that he promised to take Audrey to, after he fails to make a reservation.
Brenda gets Jeff and Audrey to help cater an event at Columbia University. Audrey tries to impress the attendees, but it's Jeff's bartending skills that wow the crowd. Meanwhile, Russell enthusiastically embraces Timmy's Bollywood culture.
Jeff and Audrey join Adam and Jen's healthy cooking class, but it turns into a competition after Jen insults Audrey's cooking. Meanwhile, Timmy is freaked out by his resemblance to Russell's new girlfriend, Radha.
When Jen discovers that the guys are not planning a surprise bachelor party for Adam as he expects, she forces them to do one for him. Meanwhile, Jen paints a mural for Audrey and Jeff’s nursery that turns out to be rather graphic.
Jeff tries to prove to Audrey that Heidi, a college friend, never had feelings for him; his plan goes awry, however, when she hits on him during a visit. Meanwhile, Timmy quits when he discovers Russell has embedded a pet tracking device in him.
Jeff is determined to make Brenda laugh when he discovers that she has a “wee” problem due to her pregnancy. Meanwhile, Timmy is surprised by the professionalism of his new boss while Russell is frustrated with his new assistant.
Brenda goes into labor on Jennifer and Adam's wedding day. Meanwhile, Russell and Timmy make an attempt at reconciliation and Audrey surprises Jeff.

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Rules of Engagement, Season 7 Episodes

The seventh and final season of the American television comedy series Rules of Engagement received a 13-episode order on May 21, 2012, and premiered on Monday, February 4, 2013. On May 10, 2013, CBS cancelled Rules of Engagement, stating that the May 20, 2013 season finale would also be the series finale.

Episode TitleTime
Liz Moves In21:13
Taking Names21:03
Cats & Dogs21:39
Cupcake21:37
Fountain of Youth21:30
Baby Talk21:18
Role Play21:36
Catering20:31
Cooking Class21:16
Unpleasant Surprises21:34
Timmy Quits20:53
A Wee Problem20:50
100th21:34
At first reluctant about letting Liz (Wendi McLendon-Covey) move in, Jeff (Patrick Warburton) notices the perks of having a third party observe Audrey's (Megyn Price) "unfair" demands. Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) and Adam (Oliver Hudson) become too enthusiastic about the office's new ping pong table. A recurring, intimate dream about Russell (David Price) causes Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) to lose sleep.
Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Audrey (Megyn Price) realize that the names on their baby list are also the names of women that Russell (David Spade) has slept with. Adam (Oliver Hudson) becomes a cycling enthusiast after Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) suggests they start riding bikes in the park.
Feeling lonely after her cat dies, Liz (Wendi McLendon-Covey) looks for a sperm donor. When Timmy's (Adhir Kalyan) intellect and innocence don't attract his crush, he tries his hand at playing "big dog." Adam (Oliver Hudson) rips the vintage wedding dress that Jennifer's (Bianca Kajlich) family sends her.
Russell (David Spade) gets jealous when Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) manages to outshine him at his own pick-up game. Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) leave pot-laced cupcakes on the kitchen counter, and an unaware Jeff (Patrick Warburton) eats one.
Expecting a rowdy reunion, Jeff (Patrick Warburton) is disappointed when his old college friends talk about their kids and go to bed early. Russell (David Spade) finds a way to hit on women even when Timmy (Adhir Kajlich) takes him to volunteer at a nursing home. Adam (Oliver Hudson) films his pet bird doing tricks and aims for YouTube stardom.
Jeff (Patrick Warburton) feels that Audrey (Megyn Price) is trying to win her unborn child’s affection by talking to Brenda’s (Sara Rue) pregnant belly. Jeff decides he should do the same and is surprised to find out what the baby reacts to. Russell (David Spade) takes credit for an article Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) wrote which ends up backfiring. Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) and Adam (Oliver Hudson) help Russell in exchange for using his beach house for their honeymoon.
After forgetting to call ahead at a fancy restaurant, Jeff (Patrick Warburton) hopes that dressing Audrey (Megyn Price) as a well-known celebrity will get them a reservation. Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) doesn't understand the humor of "The Three Stooges" when Adam (Oliver Hudson) excitedly invites him over for a movie night. Russell (David Spade) joins Liz (Wendi McLendon-Covey) at a sex addicts meeting, only to aggressively flirt with the women.
While helping their friend cater a social event, Audrey (Megyn Price) tries to fit in with the women, but Jeff (Patrick Warburton) ends up being the life of the party. To Timmy's (Adhir Kalyan) astonishment, Russell demonstrates impressive knowledge of Indian culture when Timmy's parents come to town.
The couples attempt to enjoy recreational cooking classes together, but Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Adam (Oliver Hudson) can't keep their competitive nature out of the kitchen. Russell (David Spade) doesn't notice how disturbingly similar his new girlfriend is to Timmy (Adhir Kalyan).
When Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) learns that the guys have nothing planned for Adam's (Oliver Hudson) last weekend as a bachelor, she plans a party weekend. Things don't go as planned, however, so Jeff (Patrick Warburton), Russell (David Spade) and Timmy (Adhir Kaylan) must improvise.
Adam (Oliver Hudson) gets dramatic about choosing between Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Russell (David Spade) as his best man, but Jeff and Russell could care less. Twenty years later, Audrey (Megyn Price) still thinks that Jeff denies the feelings that a college girl had for him. Russell disrespects Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) one too many times.
When Jeff (Patrick Warburton) learns that pregnant Brenda (Sara Rue) can't laugh without peeing her pants, he pulls out all his best jokes. Annoyed with his pre-wedding restlessness, Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) sends Adam (Oliver Hudson) with Audrey (Megyn Price) to relax at the spa. Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) and Russell (David Spade) pretend they are happy working without each other.
Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Audrey (Megyn Price) await the arrival of their baby girl as Brenda (Sara Rue) goes into labor. Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) have to reschedule their wedding to be there for the big moment. Despite their fighting, Russell (David Spade) goes to great lengths to help Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) extend his working visa.

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Rules of Engagement, Season 7 Reviews

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- Watch it!5 star

Just as funny as Two and A Half Men

- Great sitcom5 star

Many seasons of laughs, great cast!

- Continually Laughing out loud funny5 star

Rules has been a favorite sitcom for so long. Each episode had me laughing at something out loud. I already miss the show and this cast of hilarious people.

- Hilarious5 star

Easily one of the best shows on tv!

- Rules of Engagement5 star

Hilarious!!!

- Great show5 star

This show is among the best sitcoms on TV.

- A baby? Seriously?5 star

We've been huge fans since day 1, but really? Why must they insert a squawking infant in a show so supremely well written about 40 somethings w/o children? Not everyone wants to see that.

- AMAZING SHOW BUT...5 star

Why are you an episode behind?

- Where is Unpleasant Surprises?5 star

Unpleasant Suprises aired a week ago yet still isn't on iTunes for download... SUP??

- Lovely show5 star

Hello, my only wish would be please screen the live audience of the African mouth. I can hear him knocking my favorite actors especially Mr Warburnton. You all look fantastic :D cheers

- Jeff Bingham is...5 star

My hero! My role model! 👍

- So happy!!15 star

I'm happy to see this show back, even at half a season!!!!

- Very funny5 star

Glad their back on

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