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Rules of Engagement: Season 2

4.8 out of 5 stars 87 customer reviews

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Here comes the next hilarious season of marital bliss and fantasies of the perfect mate! Whether it's Jeff's (Patrick Warburton) snoring that pushes him into the guest bedroom, the "unsexy" sex tape that Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) try to record, Audrey (Megyn Price) protecting her sister from "the perv" Russell (David Spade), or the time-share vacation they all take together, the second season of RULES OF ENGAGEMENT looks at love from all sides of the bed with humor and honesty that'll keep you laughing no matter what shape you or your relationship is in!

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The misadventures of two couples and one destined-to-be-single loser in the sitcom Rules of Engagement carry into a second season featuring hit-and-miss urbane comedy. Patrick Warburton and Megyn Price remain the best thing about this show, playing the long-married Jeff and Audrey, an exemplary Mars & Venus pair who clearly love and care for one another beneath radically different perceptions of marital obligation and gender politics. Warburton, in a more refined version of his role as Elaine's obtuse boyfriend on Seinfeld, is very good as a character whose first impulse is to take the easy way out on every complex relationship issue, but usually comes around out of respect and love for his wife. Slightly less interesting are Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich), a younger couple navigating tricky waters of transition from the single life to wedded bliss. Meanwhile, Russell (David Spade) rounds things out as a would-be serial lover who rarely gets even mercy attention from the opposite sex. The notion that these five people form a tight social network doesn’t quite work (neither does the more fundamental relationship between the guys), but the show moves along so fast such details hardly matter. The balance between the characters, each of whom is at a unique stage of relationship evolution, is more compelling, though played entirely for laughs.

Highlights on Rules of Engagement: The Complete Second Season include "Flirting With Disaster," featuring parallel storylines about the impact of Jeff's snoring on Audrey's nighttime rest (the two sleep separately for a while, which brings out the frat boy in Jeff) while Adam copes with the temptations offered by a flirtatious waitress. The funny "Audrey's Sister" stars Heather Locklear as the titular sibling, whose relationship troubles encourage a desperate Russell to try get her in bed. "Guy Code" is an especially good show, in which Jeff feels honor-bound not to reveal the dark secrets he learns about an acquaintance whom Audrey assumes is a real gentleman. "Mr. Fix-It" is a novel storyline in which Adam and Jennifer decide to record themselves having sex, only to find it isn't as exciting in practice as in theory. "Optimal Male" concerns Jeff's obsession to lose a few pounds so he can qualify for cheaper life insurance, and the season-ending "Pimp My Bride" juggles stories about Adam and Jennifer's wedding date and Russell's decision to use his surprisingly sophisticated apartment as a love nest. --Tom Keogh


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  • Actors: Oliver Hudson, Patrick Warburton, David Spade, Bianca Kajlich, Megyn Price
  • Producers: Barbara Stoll, Vanessa McCarthy
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)
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  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: October 14, 2008
  • Run Time: 324 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (87 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001EAWLCK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,288 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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This show is consistantly funny. It's one of my favourite sitcoms. It revolves around two couples; one married and one engaged, and also a single male, played by David Spade. Audrey and Jeff are the married couple (Jeff is played brilliantly by Patrick Warburton) and Adam and Jennifer are the engaged couple (Adam is played by the cute Oliver Hudson - Goldie Hawn's son) and Russell - my favourite - is played by David Spade. To me, he's the funniest. He has a unique way of delivering lines and he's always on point.
I think the reason that this should appeal to almost anyone is because singles, engaged couples and marrieds can all relate to it. The story lines have a real feel to them rather than sugary sweetness - they fight, they have doubts. My favourite episode in this season is Engagement Party where Adam and Jennifer come up with a plan to get more wedding shower gifts. In that episode, Heather Locklear stars as Audrey's sister and she and Russell become quite friendly.
I hardly saw a bad episode during this season. It remained as funny as season 1, and it's so entertaining and enjoyable. If there is only one thing I don't like about this show is the canned laughter. It's a little annoying, but overall it doesn't detract from it too much. I really love this show and I hope you'll check it out.
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By dr. knows on September 14, 2009
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Rules of Engagement is one of those comedies that come along once every ten years. I cannot remember a single episode that didn't make me laugh out loud. Great casting for each caracter and excellent writing makes this a winner. Patrick Warburton has incredible comedic timing. Bianca Kajlich is scary hot as well. Watch and enjoy.
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This is such a good television series. My Husband and I LOVE IT! It is produced by Happy-Madison, which is Adam Sandlers production company, and that is what sparked our initial interest in the series. We own the first 4 seasons and 2 of the 4 I've bought on Amazon. The price was very reasonable and much cheaper then what I found them for in my local stores.
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This gets a little crude at times, but is one of the funniest 'guy shows' I've ever seen. I can't believe it wasn't more popular in the mainstream. Patrick Warburton is hilarious!!! The rest of the casting is very good, too.
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I love this show! I'm not much of a TV watcher in general, but this is one show that always makes me laugh out loud. I relate most closely to Jeff and Audrey, but all of the characters are funny and relatable in their own way.
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One of the funniest television shows. David Spade isn't even the funniest one of the cast! Patrick Warburton, who now stars in tv commercials and was in the television live action version of 'The Tick' makes the show hilarious.
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I love to put my sitcom DVDs in while I am cleaning house. They are fun to listen to and you can follow along without actually having to sit on the couch and watch. I am usually too busy for that. I just recently caught a few reruns on TV and started watching this sitcom. It was funny so I bought the first two seasons. It is so funny I just ordered seasons 3 and 4.
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Rules of Engagement Season 2

I have waited for a show like this for a while. When we were young The Jeffersons, All in the Family, etc. then in our teens to 20's was 30 Something, Friends. So now a little bit older and we have a funny show for the age I'm at and can relate to. All the little jokes that hit home. It will remind you when you were single and dating or engaged and at last to be married for a long time Happily too. I do like the fact that kids is not in this picture because it can take you to a mind set that I think we forget when we do have kids. So let it take you back in years or enjoy what you have, and have fun watching the show.
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