Rules of Engagement

Season 1 Episode 6

Hard Day's Night

Aired Monday 8:30 PM Mar 12, 2007 on CBS
out of 10
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Episode Summary

Jeff is in trouble. He doesn't knows how to tell Audrey that he got "excited" while Jennifer was giving him a massage for thanking him for helping her move her couch. Now, Jeff must face Audrey.

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  • Kinda Funny and Weird Plus Great but Predictable

    Jeff and Audrey were great. The one problem is how predictable it was. I did like Russell's guessing though about the massage giver. That was really funny. Meanwhile with Russell and Adam the kid was kinda funny but other than that the plot was weird.
  • 106

    So the Adam & Russel story line was almost unbearable. But the main plot was watchable, I noticed that this show will always offer nothing but generic story lines about marriage, but this plot was somewhat original even though it was a tad ridiculous. Overall, it was an entertaining watch, and definitely better than the last episode which was just inexcusable.

    Getting turned on when a friend gives you a massage, sure it's not the best plot, but this is a plot you definitely don't see everywhere. But when you get down to the base of the plot, you got trust and honesty issues which of course isn't original. Overall, still entertaining, but definitely not where the show needs to be right now.moreless
  • Well, this episode was my very first... and I have to say it was quite a lot better than I had expected.

    First off, the only reason I watched this was because "CSI: Miami" was a re-run, and this followed "Two And a Half Men" (which I do enjoy from time to time).

    I'm not usually a big fan of David Spade, not sure why... that's just the way it is. That being said, he wasn't a total annoyance in this.

    Patrick Warburton and Megyn Price were hilarious... at least in this episode. They seem to have good chemistry, and play well off each other.

    Didn't get much of a read on the other characters played by Oliver Hudson and Bianca Kajlich.

    I may even set the VCR for next week's episode just to see if this was a one shot deal, or if I really DO like it.moreless
  • Another funny episode - I hope they keep them coming.

    I am hoping that they actually keep this show, at first I was definitely thinking this show was guaranteed to fail, but now that I've watched and they've established their characters very well and you know what to expect from them, it has become very funny. They will most likely need to expand their character base if they plan on trying to keep this show around, but all in all - this is another funny episode about sex and the male body parts. I found myself definitely chuckling more than only a few times. I would highly recommend this episode out of the others.

    Best One yet!moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Adam: You know what I'm gonna do, honey? I should break my nose.
      Jennifer: No, you shouldn't!
      Adam: My nose, my rules!

    • Russel: ...there's a school near the newsstand where I usually buy the Times, right?
      Adam: You read the Post.
      Russel: Well—could I just tell the story? Anyway, there's a new teacher looking over recess, and, as you know from my MySpace page, I have a thing for teachers.
      Jennifer: You have a thing for all women.
      Russel: Not all—ok, all.

    • Jeff: Here's Adam's sweatshirt. No face-hole in the hood. Other than that it's perfect.

    • Russell: Heeey... Nice outfit, 9-to-5. You're certainly dressed to make 70% of what a man your position would make.
      Audredy: heh.., you should know. You're 70% of a man. (Walks away)
      Russell: Well..., that backfired nicely.

  • NOTES (1)

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Latinamerica: December 10, 2007 on CANAL SONY
      Norway: December 12, 2007 on TV2
      Slovakia: September 30, 2009 on Markiza
      Czech Republic: November 14, 2010 on Barrandov


    • From Russia with Love

      Russel: Say no more. Listen, her name's Katya...from Russia with love. Tell her the Man with the Golden Gun sent you.

      This is a reference to two James Bond films, 1963's From Russia with Love and 1974's The Man with the Golden Gun.

    • Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back

      Russel: Ah, the empire strikes back.

      This is a reference to the popular 1980 film Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back.