WBNX-TV, Cleveland's CW


Rules of Engagement Rules of Engagement

Weeknights 6 &11pm, Sundays 2:30 & 7pm

Sep. 1 at 6pm
'Voluntary Commitment'

After a long line of female assistants, Russell learns that having a male assistant can be very advantageous. Meanwhile, after volunteering to read to the elderly, Audrey makes a bet with Jeff that she can commit to finishing a project.

Sep. 2 at 6pm
'Dad’s Visit'

Much to Audrey's dismay, Jeff's chauvinist father, who expects Audrey to wait on him hand and foot, extends his visit after spraining his ankle. Meanwhile, Russell has a one-night stand with a woman who won't leave his apartment.

Sep. 3 at 6pm
'Russell’s Secret'

Audrey discovers that Russell is a closeted fan of Broadway musicals, a fact she promises to keep secret in exchange for free theater tickets. Meanwhile, Adam and Jennifer take dancing lessons in preparation for their wedding.

Sep. 4 at 6pm

When Audrey becomes jealous of a pregnant co-worker, she inadvertently convinces her colleagues that she has a bundle of joy on the way too. Meanwhile, Jennifer and Adam get a surprise Amish visitor, Toby (guest star Jake Thomas), who is a little unaccustomed to his new urban surroundings. Russell quickly takes it upon himself to show Toby around town and exposes him to his so called "fabulous bachelor lifestyle." The end result is unbelievable.

Sep. 5 at 6pm
'Lyin’ King'

After getting invited to a much cooler party, Jeff and Audrey lie to Jennifer and Adam to get out of a dinner they are hosting. Meanwhile, at the same party, Timmy tries to keep Russell on his best behavior after he ticks off party-goer Jerry Rice.

About the Show

Rules of Engagement is a half-hour comedy about the different phases of male/female relationships, as seen through the eyes of an engaged couple, Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich), a long-time married pair, Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Audrey (Megyn Price), and a single guy on the prowl, Russell (David Spade). As they find out, the often confusing stages of a relationship can seem like being on a roller coaster. People can describe them to you, but to really know what it’s like you have to take a ride for yourself and learn from your repeated mistakes.