Правила совместной жизни
Rules of Engagement
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Newly engaged Adam moves in with Jennifer, but his excitement is dampened by sobering news from Jeff, a jaded married man of 12 years, who explains how compromise works when living with a woman.
Audrey hosts a lavish party for Jeff's birthday against his will, but he goes along in order to get his "birthday deal," a secret gift Adam and Russell are eager to discover. They have their own ideas about what it could be, leading Adam and Jennifer to set up deals of their own, which Adam begins to regret after Jeff plants unsavory seeds in his mind about what Jennifer might request.
When Jeff flirts openly with Russell's 24-year-old girlfriend, Audrey challenges him to take off his ring one night and see if he can get a young woman's phone number. Meanwhile, Adam and Jennifer are jealous over mementos from each other's past lovers.
Adam buys an expensive video-game console and Jennifer makes him promise to discuss major purchases first, but Russell interferes and makes Adam question the agreement. Meanwhile, Audrey accuses Jeff of being more emotionally involved with sports teams than with her.
Adam and Jennifer plan a romantic weekend away, but a fight about their future sidetracks it. Meanwhile, Russell meets an older woman he slept with on his 18th birthday and plans on bedding her again, even though she's now 60; and Jeff and Audrey discuss having kids.
Jeff's embarrassed when Jennifer massages his neck and he's very noticeably aroused. Meanwhile, Russell tries to flirt with a teacher, but keeps getting insulted by a little bully.
In the first-season finale, Jeff doesn't want to part with his T-shirts from his college days, so Audrey finds a creative way to keep them around, but now Jeff can't stop reliving old memories. Meanwhile, Jennifer is worried that Adam is unsure about marriage.
As the second season begins, Jeff and Audrey agree to sleep in separate bedrooms after his snoring keeps her awake. Jeff makes the most of the situation by staying up later and acting like a college student.
Audrey's sister (Heather Locklear) is having marital problems and agrees to go out with Russell, which angers Audrey, who thinks Russell just wants to seduce her sister.
Jeff thinks he can solve a problem Audrey's having with a neighbor with a bold confrontation, but he only makes the situation worse.
Jeff asks Audrey to be silent about his friend's infidelity, telling her that it's part of the "guy code."
Russell dates a "bag lady" and experiences the pitfalls of the relationship; Adam gives into Jennifer's wishes and gets a "man bag"; and Jeff and Audrey try to start rumors about their own sex life, but are upset when no one cares.
Jeff skips a wedding to spend a night out with the guys, and Audrey worries that he'll get drunk and do something embarrassing.
Heather Locklear reprises her role as Audrey's sister Barbara, who visits and announces she's getting a divorce, which makes Russell think he has a chance with her.
Jennifer and Audrey play matchmaker with terrible results, but their efforts benefit Adam and Jeff financially.
Adam's mom visits and wears Jennifer's patience thin. Meanwhile, Jeff and Audrey learn how to entertain themselves when they are forced to live without their TV.
Adam and Jennifer go on a vacation with Jeff and Audrey, but first they have to endure a time-share sales pitch.
Adam begins to regret hiring Jennifer to freelance for his company when he realizes that business and romance don't always mix well. Meanwhile, Jen gives Jeff and Audrey a fertility idol that Jeff believes is responsible for his increased virility.
Jeff tries to lose weight so he can fit the optimal-male category on his life-insurance policy, and the exam is only days away. Meanwhile, Adam runs into an ex-girlfriend, and Jennifer becomes jealous.
Russell's dad asks Adam to appear as his son in a company promotional piece, but Adam worries Russell will be hurt when he finds out.
Jeff makes a blunder when he sets out to help Adam and Jennifer buy an apartment in the building by recommending them to the co-op board, but he ends up making a bad impression on the president.
In the second-season finale, Jeff buys the Camaro that he's always wanted. Elsewhere, Adam and Jennifer set a date for their wedding; and Russell allows his apartment to be used for a photo shoot for Audrey's magazine, hoping that he'll get a date with a model out of the deal.
In the third-season opener, Audrey learns Russell is a closet Broadway-musical fan, and she uses the knowledge to blackmail him for theater tickets. Meanwhile, Adam and Jennifer take dance lessons.
Russell uncharacteristically hires a male assistant, but finds there are advantages. Meanwhile, Audrey volunteers to read to the elderly.
Jeff makes a new friend (Orlando Jones) at the gym and is surprised when Audrey tells him that his new friend is gay. Meanwhile, Russell suspects that the woman he's dating is his daughter.
Jeff's chauvinist father (Brian Dennehy) visits and sprains his ankle, extending his stay much longer than Audrey would like. Elsewhere, Russell's one-night stand won't leave his place.
Jeff and Audrey lie to get out of Jennifer and Adam's dinner party in favor of a better bash. Russell also attends the happening party, where he offends the wrong person---former NFL player Jerry Rice (appearing as himself).
Timmy and Audrey conspire when Timmy tires of Russell's demands and Audrey wants to dump her incompetent assistant. Meanwhile, Jeff thinks he can help the Giants win by re-creating conditions that led to a previous victory.
After being ridiculed for dozing off during a movie, Jeff asks Audrey to watch him play softball to prove he's still young.
Audrey announces at work that she's pregnant, hoping her colleagues will give her special treatment.
Russell challenges the guys to a contest determining who has it easier when it comes to convincing their respective partners to have sex.
Jeff and Audrey go to a restaurant with Brad and Jackie, and Jeff's put out when Jackie helps himself to Jeff's meal, but Audrey insists that Jeff be silent on the matter; and Russell dates a psychiatrist.
Jeff and Audrey invite their friend Steve, who's having marital problems, to stay with them, but the situation soon turns awkward when Steve becomes a bit too touchy-feely.
Audrey persuades cheap Jeff to spend money he made from a car sale and do something exciting, but she ends up regretting that she talked him into the decision.
In the third-season finale, Jeff starts to wonder if he and Audrey are missing something in their sex life.
In the fourth-season opener, one of Jeff's female colleagues flirts with him; and Russell gets Timmy to get his phone from a one-night stand's apartment.
Audrey ends up in the hospital after she and Jeff switch sides in bed and Jeff rolls over and accidentally hits her.
Audrey pours on the guilt when Jeff takes off for an Atlantic City getaway, but Jeff discovers that Audrey's the one who has something to feel guilty about.
Audrey gets mad at Jeff when he doesn't believe she saw her grandmother's ghost; and Russell does his best to discourage Timmy from going through with his arranged marriage.
To please Audrey, Jeff agrees to see a couples therapist (Alan Ruck); and Russell has a crush on Suneetha, Timmy's fiancée.
Audrey tries to give her unattractive friend confidence by lying to her and telling her she's on Jeff's list of women he would sleep with if Audrey wasn't around.
Jeff has an ulterior motive for taking an interest in Audrey's favorite reality show; and Russell is happy to hear that Timmy is having second thoughts about his arranged marriage.
When Audrey's "Girls' Night" is canceled, Jeff tries in vain to find solitude; and Russell realizes that Timmy harbors a lot of anger towards him.
Jeff is cajoled into giving up hockey tickets so he can go with Audrey to her boss's party, where he spends the night trying to avoid hearing the score of the game; and, at the game, Russell is embarrassed when Timmy roots for the visiting team.
Jeff and Audrey consider hiring a surrogate mother (Jaime Pressly); and Russell is merciless in ridiculing Jen and Adam's wedding Web site.
Audrey and Jeff travel to Nebraska so Audrey can attend her 20th high-school reunion and tell everyone about her successful life in New York. Meanwhile, Russell inadvertently wreaks havoc at Timmy's dinner party.
A sexual harassment suit is filed against Audrey by a colleague who doesn't like her; and, tired of being teased about playing cricket, Timmy challenges Jeff to a match.
On the fourth-season finale, Adam and Jennifer plan to get married in secret, but events threaten their hopes; and, to divert Russell and Timmy, Adam tells them he's having an intervention for Jeff, who Adam says has a drinking problem.
In the fifth-season opener, Jeff and Audrey are surprised by some news about their potential surrogate mother, Pam.
Jeff tells Adam that he keeps a list of all the mistakes Audrey has made; Russell sends an inappropriate e-mail to a coworker Timmy is fond of.
Audrey gives her rug to Jenn and Adam, and Jeff is upset by the prospect of buying a new rug. So, he tells intimate stories involving the rug, hoping Jenn and Adam will want to give it back.
Audrey thinks she needs to shake things up in the bedroom; and Russell invites Timmy on a trip, hoping he'll keep his mind off of his flying phobia.
Audrey wants to quit her job when she realizes it makes her unhappy; and Allison tells Timmy that their relationship is moving too quickly.
Audrey starts her own cookie business after she gets bored with not having a job; and Timmy tries to fit in with the other guys.
Jeff and Adam invent a game involving the heads of mannequins; and Russell and Timmy double-date.
Jeff and Audrey find a surrogate, and Russell's mother (Joan Collins) visits him.
Russell moves in with Timmy when he's cut off from his trust fund; while Audrey helps Jeff make a good impression on his boss.
A sheepish Jeff asks coworkers to sponsor Audrey's 10K charity run after he's told them not to include him in office fund-raisers.
Russell's utilities are cut off in his apartment, and Timmy gives him a lesson on budgeting. Meanwhile, Audrey becomes a mentor to someone who wants to learn the publishing business.
Russell takes Adam's idea for holiday gift-giving, surprising everyone in the office; and Audrey is determined to make people laugh at Jeff's holiday party.
Jeff is jealous when he learns that Audrey's home Pilates instructor is a man.
Russell takes his date to see a performance by Criss Angel (who appears in a cameo), and Angel makes the woman disappear; and Audrey makes a mistake by telling Brenda's girlfriend that Brenda will be her surrogate.
Timmy joins an A Cappella group, and tries to keep it a secret from Russell; Jeff and Audrey's new neighbor annoys them.
Jeff creates "Jeff Day," a day when he gets his way, but his plan is foiled by the cleaning lady; and Adam can't figure out why his eye is twitching.
Jeff, Audrey and Brenda go to a fertility specialist and discover a zygote; and Russell and Timmy go on a double date.
Jeff surprises Audrey by remembering their anniversary, but he's the one who's surprised; and Timmy acts as Russell's interpreter on a date.
Russell learns that Timmy has a sister, and he tries everything to impress her; and Audrey and Jeff set Liz up on a date.
Jeff and Audrey get the news that Brenda is pregnant; and Timmy becomes Adam and Jen's wedding planner.
Jeff has an awakening when he sees an old photo of himself in an art gallery and decides to make changes in his life; and Russell isn't having a lot of luck with women.
Jeff and Audrey panic when they get sonogram results and think they might be having twins; and Russell tries to impress a woman by throwing a citizenship party for Timmy.
Audrey gets a raise, which makes Jeff feel threatened, since she now makes almost as much as he does; and Russell gets Timmy to find out why Liz likes another man.
Russell thinks he's going on a cruise for "Red Hot" ladies, not realizing it's "Red Hat" ladies over the age of 50; Timmy mediates a dispute between Jeff and Audrey.
In the sixth-season premiere, Russell wants out of his marriage with Liz; and Jeff tries to get Audrey to talk dirty.
Russell's dad meets Liz, and Russell goes to great lengths to win his dad's approval; and Jeff insensitively places his guys' feelings before Audrey's.
Audrey can't speak following throat surgery, which is heaven for Jeff; and Russell tells Timmy he can have a raise only if he'll fire someone for him so he doesn't have to do it.
The gang goes to Vermont for a fall-foliage tour, but the trip's a disaster; and Russell finds new hope in his marriage.
Jeff finds a phone app that lets him go straight to Audrey's voice mail; and Adam's new friend is a clothing salesman who champions his taste in unusual style choices.
Jeff has high cholesterol and Audrey encourages him to eat healthier food, but he sneaks around with Brenda to eat junk food; and Russell can't keep up with his college intern at parties.
Audrey orders an arm chair that she won't admit she hates and that Jeff pretends to love; and Russell accuses Timmy of sexual harassment.
Jeff plans a romantic scavenger hunt for Audrey; Adam leads Russell to believe that Jen has a sex tape.
Audrey thinks her maid needs money to fix her limp and asks some neighbors to contribute, but she then learns that she totally misunderstood why the woman wants the money.
Jeff learns that Audrey uses sex to get him to do whatever she wants done. Meanwhile, Russell and Timmy make a commercial for their new soup spoon.
Timmy tries to reconnect with a woman with whom he shared a romantic moment on the subway. Meanwhile, Audrey and Jeff blame each other when they are snubbed by a previously friendly couple.
Jeff is stumped when Audrey asks him to name five nice things about her. Meanwhile, Russell pushes Timmy to serenade a woman he likes; Jennifer and Adam mistakenly receive Audrey and Jeff's bank statement.
Adam's feelings are hurt when Jeff plans an evening alone, while Audrey and Jen attend a concert.
Audrey prepares for motherhood by continuing to repair a doll that she keeps damaging. Meanwhile, Jeff questions their surrogate's dating choices.
The sixth season concludes with Jen volunteering to throw Audrey a baby shower, but she puts the wrong date on the invitations. Meanwhile, Russell decides to give up women and accomplishes great things in the process.