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Rules of Engagement

Season 5 Episode 2

The Bank

Aired Monday 8:30 PM Sep 27, 2010 on CBS
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Episode Summary

Jeff tells Adam his secret for keeping track of Audrey's mistakes and how he uses that list to keep Audrey from getting too upset with him when he makes his own mistakes. Russell uses Timmy's computer to send a dirty e-mail to a girl in the office that Timmy likes, thinking he's helping out.moreless

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  • 502

    This episode seemed a bit below Rules of Engagement standards, to be honest. With that I mean that the two major storylines for the evening, Timmy pursuing a relationship and Jeff's way of tracking Audrey's mistakes, just seemed too cliched, something this show more often than not, is not. Russell Dunbar's e-mail just seemed like a cheap excuse to get David Spade ons creen and for the life of me I wish they would give him a storyline that was not completely perverted. As for Jeff's "bank" this felt like something from an unused Everybody Loves Raymond script.

    Again, you can always count on Rules to entertain you, but I want more from this show when I tune in.moreless
  • 502

    We've got some genuine laughs on tonight's episode of Rules of Engagement, that's definitely more than what I can say about the season premiere. The plots were more interesting and everything about this was funnier.

    This show definitely is original and this episode is a perfect example of that. A husband keeping a "bank" of mistakes his wife has made so he can bring it up later, just hilarious. The most hilarious part was when the other one tried to copy him but failed miserably.

    I liked the concept of the episode, and the second plot was just as good in comedy. A good episode of Rules of Engagement that will keep you laughing all the way through.moreless

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