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Rules of Engagement: Season 4

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Flirting, Fertility and "Free Free Nights." The gang is back and no topic is off-limits in the critically acclaimed fourth season of RULES OF ENGAGEMENT. Married couple Audrey (Megyn Price) and Jeff (Patrick Warburton) relive their "single days" by competing with each other to see who has the raciest past. Meanwhile, fed up with the hassles of planning a big wedding, Adam (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) attempt to race to the alter. And is it possible that eternal bad boy Russell (David Spade) has (gulp) fallen in love...with Timmy's (Adhir Kalyan) fiance? "Funny, honest and over-the-top 'Rules of Engagement' still rules!" -Len Feldman, The National Enquirer.

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Successful sitcoms don't exactly change from season to season--why mess with a winning formula?--but they do evolve. So it is with the fourth season of Rules of Engagement, offered here with all 13 episodes on two discs (there are no bonus features). Developments this time around include a larger role for Timmy (Adhir Kalyan), the forever-suffering assistant to the insufferable Russell Dunbar (David Spade); the efforts of Jeff and Audrey Bingham (Patrick Warburton and Megyn Price) to get pregnant, involving fertility drugs and a surrogate; and, after a very long engagement, the announcement of a wedding date for young couple Adam Rhodes (Oliver Hudson) and Jennifer Morgan (Bianca Kajlich). The former is especially welcome; bits like the scene in "Flirting" in which Russell dispatches Timmy to find the cell phone he left at the home of his latest one-night stand (who turns out to be a member of a bible study group) are always good for a laugh. But the show's main attraction remains the relationship between Jeff and Audrey, now in their 15th year of marriage and still sorting through various issues (keeping their sex life fresh, Jeff's realization that he once dated a contestant on a reality dance show, and communication in general) in a manner that's both amusing and realistic enough to be convincing. Warburton's deadpan, wisecracking Jeff may be a bit of a Neanderthal--things like texting, video games, and couples therapy ("Why deal with stuff when you can just push it down inside and go on with your life?") remain well beyond his grasp--but he's not a villain, and in the end he almost always does the right thing. Spade's Russell is another story. It's hard to love a glib, smarmy manipulator who shamelessly uses women and treats his assistant like dirt, but he's not irredeemable. Indeed, Russell shows some unexpected humanity and vulnerability in a two-episode story arc involving the beautiful young woman whom Timmy's family has determined he is to marry; Russell also gets some comeuppance in "Free Free Time," when he and Timmy attend a party celebrating the launch of a new video game designed by a former assistant… and featuring Russell as the game's hapless gnome victim. --Sam Graham

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  • Actors: Patrick Warburton, Megyn Price, David Spade
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Sony Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: January 11, 2011
  • Run Time: 276 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0038M2AQE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,005 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Rules of Engagement: Season 4" on IMDb

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3 varieties of the "battle of the sexes":
Jeff & Audrey, a 30 something couple married 12+ years
Adam & Jen, a 20 something engaged couple living together
Russell, a single guy looking to couple with as many young women as possible

Patrick Warburton (previously on NewsRadio, Seinfeld, & others), as Jeff Bingham, often comes up with a way of timing & delivering a line that extracts maximum humor.

Russell "worked" for his father's real estate management company. The character of Timmie was introduced in the 3rd season as Russell's "assistant". He was a foil that helped the writers explore Russell's libidinous nature outside relationships with the 2 couples.

Only the 5th season has a full 24 episodes. After a 7 episode 1st season the others have 13 to 15.
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Given that current comedy series are made, one would assume, for those with no sense of humor or with a low IQ, this series is refreshing in that it is actually funny, and has intelligent dialogue! Watching it, I sometimes find myself laughing out loud. What a pity that it was discontinued. I suppose it's a sign of what the public prefers (or doesn't).
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Rules of Engagement started out as a midseason replacement. The first season started with the newly engaged couple, Adam and Jennifer, played by Oliver Hudson and Bianca Kajlich. The veteran couple of fourteen years, Jim and Audrey Bingham, was played brilliantly by Megyn Price (Grounded for Life) and Patrick Warburton (Family Guy voice of Joe). Then there is the bachelor, Russell Dunbar, played hilariously by David Spade (Saturday Night Live and Just Shoot Me!). Last season brought the welcome addition of Adhir Kalyan as Timur Patel better known as Timmy. \

My favorite moment of the season is when Timmy explains that he has the worst boss to other assistant while waiting in line. The other disgruntled assistants don't believe him at first until Russell brings an empty coffee cup to use as a bathroom for Timmy. The fourth season only includes 13 episodes. Each episode is fresh and funny too. Jennifer and Adam have a wedding website. Jim and Audrey try to get a surrogate for their baby.

The two disc set doesn't include any special features which is a shame. The show was under-rated and under-valued on network television. Surprisingly, it lasted and survived seven seasons of changing time slots. It now endures in syndication and on DVD. Enjoy and laugh along at a well-ensemble cast that work together like a well-oiled machine.
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I really love this sitcom. I can't believe it has had so many seasons on the air and I never even seen a single episode until about 6 months ago-reruns late at night. Now I own seasons 1 through 4 and love them all. The show has a really great cast. All of the characters are hilarious and play their parts very well. I have watched all the episodes of seasons 1-4 twice already. If nothing is on TV when I am cleaning house on a weekend I will just throw one of these DVDs in and listen to it while cleaning. Some of the scenes are still so funny, even though I have already seen it and I know what they are going to say. I can never have too much laughter in my life!
I will buy the rest of the seasons in the near future. The negative side and the reason I give it four stars instead of five is because these season DVDs are very short; seasons 3 and 4 are only 276 and 277 minutes. They are roughly half the length of Two and a Half Men season DVDs. I checked two of the seasons I have and they were both over 500 minutes. I own about 8 seasons and I am pretty sure they are all about that length. Maybe that’s why I hadn't seen Rules of Engagement sitcom any sooner--their seasons are mini ones.
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This was a great season of the show!

Season 4 comes in an actual DVD boxed set. Not a regular DVD case with a slip cover. IT's an ACTUAL boxed Set! I love when DVDs come out in boxed sets rather than the new cheap stuff (if you can't tell).

The Boxed Set:
The color of this season is Magenta (as previous seasons have been certain colors). The front cover shows all of the cast smiling (except Russel who's puckering). The back cover has a season sypnosis with various pictures of the cast.
Disc 1 -
The first disc features episodes 1-7 and comes in a slim DVD case. The front has various pictures of the cast and the back has an episode list with description. The disc artwork consists of Patrick Warburton, Megyn Price, and David Spade with their same picture as the DVD cover.
Disc 2 -
The second disc features episodes 8-13 and comes in another slim DVD case. The fron, again, has various pictures of the cast and the back has another episode list with descriptions. The disc artwork consists of Oliver Hudson, Bianca Kajlich, and Adhir Kalyan with their same pictures as the DVD cover.

**just as Season Three before this, there is NO bonus material. Nothing at all.
However, if you're a fan of the show, you'll be happy with this release so you can have the episodes on DVD.

Now here's to hoping The Complete Fifth Season gets released this fall (and we won't have to wait a whole year after the season gets released)!
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