Rules of Engagement (2007–2013)
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Voluntary Commitment 

Audrey volunteers to read at a senior facility, but quickly wants to drop out. Meanwhile, Russell finds a hard-working, motivated male personal assistant.

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Audrey volunteers to read at a senior facility, but quickly wants to drop out. Meanwhile, Russell finds a hard-working, motivated male personal assistant.

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9 March 2009 (USA)  »

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First appearance of Adhir Kalyan's character Timmy. See more »

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When Adam walks into Russell's office, we see Russell eating popcorn. Adam sits down, and starts eating from the bag that Russell was eating from. When Adam enters the office, the door is open. However, when the camera angle changes to a view of Adam, the door is closed yet no-one touched the door (since Timmy was on the other side of the room at the time). See more »

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Adhir Kalyan Is A Joy
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) discovers that Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) is "doing a good deed" by reading to the elderly at an old peoples home, and decides that she too would like to do some good. Jeff (Patrick Warburton) bets her that she will not stick it out. Russell (David Spade) hires a new assistant. Due to a new company policy, he now has to hire a male assistant.

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 Adhir Kalyan Was a joy as Timmy, Russell's new assistant.


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