Rules of Engagement
Jeff invites Audrey to watch him play softball, hoping to show her that he's not an old fogey. (Repeat)
Wed 4/30 2:00 AM
Duration: 30 minutes
Sitcom, Romance, Comedy, Interests
David Spade, Patrick Warburton, Megyn Price, Oliver Hudson, Bianca Kajlich, Orlando Jones (Guest Star), Marque Richardson (Guest Star), Jacob Moore (Guest Star), Diane Sellers (Guest Star), Greg Bond (Guest Star)
|"Voluntary Commitment" Russell discovers that having a male assistant can be beneficial; Audrey makes a bet that she can commit to finishing a project. (Repeat)||WPIX|
|"Dad's Visit" Jeff's chauvinist father (Brian Dennehy), who expects Audrey to wait on him hand and foot, extends his visit after spraining his ankle. (Repeat)||WPIX|
|"3rd Wheel" Audrey tells her friend Liz that she is on the list of women Jeff would sleep with if he were not with Audrey. (Repeat)||WGNAMER|
|"They Do?" A series of unfortunate events jeopardizes Jennifer and Adam's plans for a secret wedding. (Repeat)||WGNAMER|
|"Audrey Is Dumb" Jeff is delighted when Audrey can't speak after throat surgery; Russell instructs Timmy to fire someone in exchange for a raise. (Repeat)||WGNAMER|
|"Voluntary Commitment" Russell discovers that having a male assistant can be beneficial; Audrey makes a bet that she can commit to finishing a project. (Repeat)||WSBK|
|"Dad's Visit" Jeff's chauvinist father (Brian Dennehy), who expects Audrey to wait on him hand and foot, extends his visit after spraining his ankle. (Repeat)||WSBK|
|"Singing and Dancing" Timmy starts singing with an a cappella group; Audrey and Jeff encounter a new annoying neighbor. (Repeat)||TBS|
|"Russell's Secret" Audrey promises not to divulge Russell's secret love of Broadway musicals in exchange for free theater tickets; Adam and Jennifer take dancing lessons to get ready for their wedding. (Repeat)||WPIX|
|"Jeff Day" The cleaning lady interrupts Jeff's day to himself; Adam tries figure out the cause of the twitching in his eye. (Repeat)||TBS|
The different phases of male-female relationships are examined as seen through the eyes of young couple Adam and Jennifer. Their friends include longtime-married pair Jeff and Audrey, and a womanizing singleton named Russell. As Adam and Jennifer find out, the often-confusing stages of a relationship can seem like a ride on a roller coaster: Folks can describe it to you, but you have to take the trip for yourself to know what it's like.
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