Rules of Engagement (2007–2013)
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Jeff's New Friend 

Jeff becomes uncomfortable when he finds out that his new friend is gay, and Russell thinks that the new younger woman he is dating may be his daughter.

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Jeff becomes uncomfortable when he finds out that his new friend is gay, and Russell thinks that the new younger woman he is dating may be his daughter.

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Comedy | Romance

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16 March 2009 (USA)  »

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Brad: Hey, if you're interested me and some pals are getting together at a sports bar to watch the first play-off game, you're welcome to join.
Jeff Bingham: Sports and bar, my two favorite words.
Audrey Bingham: You still have wife on that list?
Jeff Bingham: Right between re-fill and bacon.
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Another Solid Episode
15 November 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

"Rules Of Engagement" continues to have a solid season three.

Plot In a Paragraph: Audrey (Megyn Price) tells Jeff (Patrick Warburton) that his new friend from the gym is gay, feeling uncomfortable he cancels a night out with him. Russell (David Spade) worries that his new girlfriend (Michelle Pierce) may be his daughter.

All the regular cast of "Rules Of Engagement" are firmly settled in their roles. Patrick Warburton still makes me smile as Jeff, and i'm still very attracted to Megyn Price. Oliver Hudson is still the sweet naive Adam, Bianca Kajlich still looks good as Jennifer and David Spade still gets the biggest laughs as Russell. But I was disappointed Adhir Kalyan didn't return as Timmy, Russell's new assistant from the previous episode, as I really liked his performance last time around.


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