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It doesn't matter if you're in love, out of love, or somewhere in between, you have to play by the Rules of Engagement! Join newly engaged couple, Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajilch), as they stumble toward marriage with blind bliss. Their friends — haggard but happily married couple, Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Audrey (Megyn Price), and the eternally single Russell (David Spade) — help prove that no matter what your take on love, you have to follow the rules to win!

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It doesn't matter if you're in love, out of love, or somewhere in between, you have to play by the Rules of Engagement! Join newly engaged couple, Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajilch), as they stumble toward marriage with blind bliss. Their friends — haggard but happily married couple, Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Audrey (Megyn Price), and the eternally single Russell (David Spade) — help prove that no matter what your take on love, you have to follow the rules to win!

    • Episode 1

    Pilot

    Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) are a 20-something couple who have gotten engaged and moving in together after just seven months of dating. Meanwhile, their neighbors Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Audrey (Megyn Price) who have been married twelve years try to set a good example and shed some insight - and fear - about marriage. Offering yet another perspective is Adam's best friend Russell (David Spade) a life-long bachelor, who will never grow up and take life seriously. Mike Haukom and Tom Hertz wrote the episode directed by Andy Ackerman.

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    • 21 Minutes

    Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) are a 20-something couple who have gotten engaged and moving in together after just seven months of dating. Meanwhile, their neighbors Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Audrey (Megyn Price) who have been married twelve years try to set a good example and shed some insight - and fear - about marriage. Offering yet another perspective is Adam's best friend Russell (David Spade) a life-long bachelor, who will never grow up and take life seriously. Mike Haukom and Tom Hertz wrote the episode directed by Andy Ackerman.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • Episode 2

    The Birthday Deal

    Audrey (Megyn Price) hosts a lavish party for Jeff's (Patrick Warburton) birthday against his will, but he goes along in order to get his "birthday deal," a secret gift Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Russell (David Spade) are eager to discover. They have their own ideas about what it could be, leading Adam and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) to set up deals of their own, which Adam begins to regret after Jeff plants unsavory seeds in his mind about what Jennifer might request. Ted Wass directed the episode written by Tom Hertz.

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    • 21 Minutes

    Audrey (Megyn Price) hosts a lavish party for Jeff's (Patrick Warburton) birthday against his will, but he goes along in order to get his "birthday deal," a secret gift Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Russell (David Spade) are eager to discover. They have their own ideas about what it could be, leading Adam and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) to set up deals of their own, which Adam begins to regret after Jeff plants unsavory seeds in his mind about what Jennifer might request. Ted Wass directed the episode written by Tom Hertz.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • Episode 3

    The Young and the Restless

    After Adam (Oliver Hudson) has too many restless nights sleeping in Jennifer's (Bianca Kajlich) small bed, he brings home the bed he shared with his ex-girlfriend which causes a fight and leads them tossing out all memories of past relationships. Meanwhile, Audrey (Megyn Price) is surprisingly jealous after Jeff (Patrick Warburton) takes her up on a bet that can't get a woman's phone number even if takes off his wedding ring and coaching from Russell (David Spade). Ted Wass directed the episode written by Jon Sherman.

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    • 21 Minutes

    After Adam (Oliver Hudson) has too many restless nights sleeping in Jennifer's (Bianca Kajlich) small bed, he brings home the bed he shared with his ex-girlfriend which causes a fight and leads them tossing out all memories of past relationships. Meanwhile, Audrey (Megyn Price) is surprisingly jealous after Jeff (Patrick Warburton) takes her up on a bet that can't get a woman's phone number even if takes off his wedding ring and coaching from Russell (David Spade). Ted Wass directed the episode written by Jon Sherman.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • Episode 4

    Hard Day's Night

    Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) tries to help Jeff's (Patrick Warburton) sore neck with a massage until the situation between them becomes uncomfortable and upsets Audrey (Megyn Price). Meanwhile, Russell (David Spade) brings Adam (Oliver Hudson) along to help him fight off a school yard bully so Russell can get close to the teacher. Ted Wass directed the episode written by Tom Hertz.

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    • 20 Minutes

    Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) tries to help Jeff's (Patrick Warburton) sore neck with a massage until the situation between them becomes uncomfortable and upsets Audrey (Megyn Price). Meanwhile, Russell (David Spade) brings Adam (Oliver Hudson) along to help him fight off a school yard bully so Russell can get close to the teacher. Ted Wass directed the episode written by Tom Hertz.

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    • 20 Minutes
    • Episode 5

    Kids

    Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer's (Bianca Kajlich) plans for a romantic weekend fall apart after they argue about their different feelings towards careers, finances and kids. Meanwhile, Audrey (Megyn Price) is having second thoughts about why she and Jeff (Patrick Warburton) have waited so long to have children and Russell (David Spade) has a close encounter with an older neighbor who helped him celebrate his 18th birthday. Jessica Walter guest-stars. Tom Hertz wrote the episode directed by Ted Wass.

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    • 21 Minutes

    Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer's (Bianca Kajlich) plans for a romantic weekend fall apart after they argue about their different feelings towards careers, finances and kids. Meanwhile, Audrey (Megyn Price) is having second thoughts about why she and Jeff (Patrick Warburton) have waited so long to have children and Russell (David Spade) has a close encounter with an older neighbor who helped him celebrate his 18th birthday. Jessica Walter guest-stars. Tom Hertz wrote the episode directed by Ted Wass.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • Episode 6

    Game On

    After Adam (Oliver Hudson) buys an expensive video-game console, Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) makes him promise to discuss major purchases first, but Russell (David Spade) interferes and makes Adam question the agreement. Meanwhile, Audrey (Megyn Price) accuses Jeff (Patrick Warburton) of being more emotionally involved with sports teams than with her. Ted Was directed the episode written by Linda Videtti Figuerido.

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    • 21 Minutes

    After Adam (Oliver Hudson) buys an expensive video-game console, Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) makes him promise to discuss major purchases first, but Russell (David Spade) interferes and makes Adam question the agreement. Meanwhile, Audrey (Megyn Price) accuses Jeff (Patrick Warburton) of being more emotionally involved with sports teams than with her. Ted Was directed the episode written by Linda Videtti Figuerido.

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    • Episode 7

    Jeff's Wooby

    Adam (Oliver Hudson) is surprised when Jennifer (Bianca Kalish) confronts him about not yet setting a date all the while knowing he has a surprise of his own all planned. Meanwhile, after hearing about Jennifer's dilemma, Audrey (Megyn Price) surprises Jeff by making quilt out of his old t-shirts but regrets her gift when he doesn't stop telling the stories that are behind the shirts. Russell (David Spade) can't figure out his new date (guest star Maggie Lawson) when all of her conversations make sexual references and she won't sleep with him. Ted Wass directed the episode written by Barry Wernick.

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    • 21 Minutes

    Adam (Oliver Hudson) is surprised when Jennifer (Bianca Kalish) confronts him about not yet setting a date all the while knowing he has a surprise of his own all planned. Meanwhile, after hearing about Jennifer's dilemma, Audrey (Megyn Price) surprises Jeff by making quilt out of his old t-shirts but regrets her gift when he doesn't stop telling the stories that are behind the shirts. Russell (David Spade) can't figure out his new date (guest star Maggie Lawson) when all of her conversations make sexual references and she won't sleep with him. Ted Wass directed the episode written by Barry Wernick.

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    • 21 Minutes
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