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'Rules of Engagement' -- Sex With the Surrogate (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Sep 20th 2010 11:45PM
'Rules of Engagement' -- Sex With the SurrogateHaving a baby can be harder than it looks. Or at least, the process can be difficult in sitcoms and comedies that focus on how hard it is to have a baby. For instance, there's 'Rules of Engagement' (Mon., 8:30PM ET on CBS). The show began its fifth season tonight, and Jeff and Audrey Bingham (played by Patrick Warburton and Megyn Price) are attempting to have a kid of their own. They're looking into adoption, fertility treatments, and finding a surrogate mother.

Pam (guest star Jaime Pressly) is the couple's first choice as their potential surrogate. But that's before she runs into Russell (David Spade, playing the traditional "David Spade as a horny jerk" character). Russell tries to seduce Pam as soon as she leaves the Binghams' apartment. Not good.

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A Reunion on 'Rules of Engagement' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted May 11th 2010 1:40AM
A Reunion on 'Rules of Engagement'There are two potential reasons for going to your high school reunion. One is to see how well all of your old friends are doing. And the other reason is to see how badly your old friends are doing.

[Spoiler alert.]

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Megyn Price Goes Back To School on 'Rules of Engagement'

by Michael Maloney, posted May 10th 2010 1:30PM
A high school reunion is the perfect setting for 'Rules of Engagement's' self-serving Audrey, played by Megyn Price. In tonight's episode, titled 'Reunion,' Audrey drags husband Jeff (Patrick Warburton) to the class get-together, determined to show her former classmates how great her life is.

In real-life, Price, who is happily wed and the mother of a two-year-old daughter, has plenty to feel good about. The actress recently spoke to TV Squad about tonight's show, her real-life school reunion, what makes Audrey and Jeff tick and which Oscar-winner ran her off the road.

What was it like to get the script, in which Audrey goes to a high school reunion?
Heaven on earth. I was a little freaked out trying to remember what stories I'd told our writers about my real high school reunion, which my husband and I went to about three months before we filmed this episode. [Laughs] There were disturbing similarities. I can't put this delicately -- everyone goes to their high school reunion wanting to see who they "beat." What I love about this episode is that Audrey just wants to make sure everyone's doing all right, but all her motives are evil. She wants to be above everyone.

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Jaime Pressly to Guest on 'Rules of Engagement'

by Allyssa Lee, posted Dec 3rd 2009 4:44PM
Here's some news that'll bring back some Joy: 'My Name Is Earl' star Jaime Pressly is making a guest appearance on the CBS sitcom 'Rules of Engagement,' People.com reports.

The actress will play a potential surrogate mother for long-time marrieds Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Audrey (Megyn Price). The series, which looks at different stages of relationships between men and women, also stars David Spade, Oliver Hudson and Bianca Kajlich.

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Actually, Rules of Engagement is a funny show

by Bob Sassone, posted May 1st 2008 5:23PM

Rules of EngagementI didn't want to like Rules of Engagement. I like The New Adventures of Old Christine, and I thought that if I watched and liked Rules of Engagement (which has pushed Old Christine to the back burner at CBS for now) it would be like endorsing that show over Old Christine. It would almost be like cheating on Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and I did that once before years ago and she has never forgiven me.

But this past Monday I found myself wanting to watch a comedy at 9:30, so I turned it on. You know what? It's actually a good show.

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Rules of Engagement: Pilot

by Joel Keller, posted Feb 5th 2007 10:23PM
Rules of Engagement
(S01E01)
Take 'Til Death. Add Dennis Finch. Stir.

That's Rules of Engagement in a nutshell. And the result of the mix isn't particularly funny.

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