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EXCLUSIVE: The Nerds Get Revenge on 'Rules of Engagement' With Guest Star Booger (We Mean Curtis Armstrong)

by Maggie Furlong, posted Oct 27th 2011 1:15PM
Rules of EngagementSometimes a movie or TV role is so memorable, it sticks with the actor through their entire career. Case in point: 'Revenge of the Nerds'' hygienically-challenged nerd Booger, famously played by Curtis Armstrong.

Booger (sorry, Curtis) is stopping by tonight's 'Rules of Engagement' (Thurs., Oct. 27, 8:30PM ET on CBS) playing himself -- yes, an actor named Curtis Armstrong who's often recognized as a hygienically-challenged nerd named Booger from ... oh, you get the idea.

So how does Booger come to meet the group? Turns out he shared a cab with Adam, who's a big 'Revenge of the Nerds' fan. And you know who was in 'Revenge of the Nerds'? Instant connection.

Enjoy this Booger-tastic exclusive sneak peek ...

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Oliver Hudson Talks About Fame and Family on 'The Talk' (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Feb 22nd 2011 5:45PM
Oliver Hudson on 'The Talk'Audiences mostly know Oliver Hudson from the sitcom 'Rules of Engagement,' but his kids still know him simply as Dad. Hudson can sympathize with having famous parents. He told the panel on 'The Talk' (syndicated on CBS) today about an experience when he was a kid with his mother, Goldie Hawn, on the set of the movie 'Protocol.'

Hudson would have been about 7 or 8 when the 1984 film, was being shot (though he said he thought he was about 11). He said he remembers getting a startling surprise when he found a woman who he thought was his mother. "I grab her leg to tell her something, and she turns around, and it's her stand-in," he said.

That moment, he said, was seared into his memory, and it was "like a horror film" when the woman turned around. Could have been worse. She could have been filming 'Death Becomes Her.'

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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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Adam Poses for a Photo on 'Rules of Engagement' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Mar 29th 2010 11:20PM
Adam Posing on 'Rules of Engagement'On the latest episode of 'Rules of Engagement' (Mon., 8:30PM ET on CBS), Adam (Oliver Hudson) faces an unusual problem. He can't quite seem to take a "manly" photo. Instead, all his pictures look "gay" (Jen's word, not ours).

His friend Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) attempts to help him: "Now, I'm seeing nothing that's not entirely 'hetero,' so -- hold it," he says, snapping a photo. "And ... how the hell does that happen?" Yet another failure. Well, if at first you don't succeed, then try, try again.

Watch the video after the jump.

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Robbery on 'Rules of Engagement' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Mar 22nd 2010 10:32PM
Robbery on 'Rules of Engagement'Oh, what to do? What to do when your pad is so disgusting that you can't even tell if you've been robbed or not? That's one of the conundrums facing the characters on 'Rules of Engagement' (Mon., 8:30PM ET on CBS). Were they robbed? Or was their place just always this gross?

Well, they were robbed. But what if the burglars are still there? Lead character Jeff Bingham (Patrick Warburton) has the solution to the problem, and enlists Adam (Oliver Hudson) in his ruse. The idea: Just shout out manly things to frighten away the crooks. "Honey, I'm home from the kung fu studio!" "Yeah, and I'm home from gun practice!" "Good," Jeff concludes, after they're done shouting, "... now they think we're a super-violent gay couple." Sometimes, improvisation isn't always the best idea.

Watch the video after the jump.

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Adam Has Second Thoughts on 'Rules of Engagement' (VIDEO)

by Jane Boursaw, posted Mar 2nd 2010 2:05AM
Rules of EngagementOh to be back at the 'save the date' stage rather than the 'mailing thank-you notes' stage. That's the message Adam gets on 'Rules of Engagement' (Mon., 8:30PM ET on CBS) when he runs into a fellow nuptials newbie at the post office.

Somehow, that trash can is looking way better than the mail chute. Of course, he'd be in a deeper world of hurt if he didn't mail them, so ... yeah, either way he's screwed.

Watch the video after the jump.

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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
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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So...how long will Rules of Engagement last?

by Bob Sassone, posted Feb 1st 2007 2:21PM

David SpadeCBS is really promoting Rules of Engagement, the new comedy starring David Spade and Patrick Warburton. It seems like they're running an ad for the show on every other TV show that they have. But will this show be a success, or be just another midseason sitcom that gets pulled quickly?

I haven't seen the show yet, but the cast is funny. Both Spade and Warburton are funny no matter what they're in (I have no opinion of Oliver Hudson - not even sure if I've ever seen him in anything before). Warburton was funny in Seinfeld and The Tick, and Spade...well, a lot of people hate him, but I think he's a riot. Sure, he does one thing (horny, slightly sleazy guy with quirks), but he does it really well. Just Shoot Me wouldn't have been the same without his character, and I actually think that he's the reason 8 Simple Rules lasted so long after John Ritter passed away. The dynamic of the show changed and was actually improved somehow after Spade (and James Garner) were brought on board.

So will Rules of Engagement be a surprise hit, or will be just fade away into oblivion? (I guess there's a third option, the Yes, Dear option, where a show no one seems to watch or talk about somehow stays around for 25 years).

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CBS shuffles Monday night comedy schedule

by Anna Johns, posted Dec 21st 2006 11:56AM
cbs logoCBS is making room for a new comedy called Rules of Engagement, which is produced by Adam Sandler. Starting February 5th, Rules will have the 9:30 pm timeslot on Monday nights. That's a coveted spot for a comedy, with top-rated Two and a Half Men as a lead-in. The premiere is also the day after CBS airs the Super Bowl, which means you can expect to see a lot of Rules promos during the game.

Rules stars David Spade, Oliver Hudson (Dawson's Creek) and Patrick Warburton ("Puddy" from Seinfeld). It's about two couples and a single guy who "navigate the jungles of dating, engagement and marriage." Moving it into the 9:30 pm slot during sweeps is a vote of confidence on CBS' part.

The move displaces The New Adventures of Old Christine, which be on a brief hiatus in February (they're pulling it for sweeps!). Old Christine will slide into the 8:30 pm slot after March 5th, when The Class finale airs. And it looks like the series finale of King of Queens will air May 21- but that's not definite.

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