Articles for Rules of Engagement Season 2

Season 2 of CBS‘ Rules of Engagement premieres tonight at 9:30.  The gang of five is back, led by the irreverent David Spade as the lone single player in the mix. What new adventures and misadventures will the five friends find themselves into?  Tune in to the CBS Monday block which includes the returning How I Met Your Mother at 8pm, debuting Big Bang Theory at 8:30pm, Two and a Half Men at 9pm, Rules of Engagement at 9:30pm and finally, CSI: Miami at 10pm. Read more »
While some actors admit that they are nothing like the roles they portray onscreen, Bianca Kajlich acknowledges that her character, Jennifer, on the comedy series Rules of Engagement, is pretty much the gist of what she‘s like in real life.On Rules of Engagement, Kajlich stars alongside Oliver Hudson (Adam) as newly engaged sweethearts.  They explore the different and often confusing stages of a relationship along with a long-time married pair, Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Audrey (Megyn Price), and a single guy on the prowl, Russell (David Spade). Read more »
Expect more laughs as Rules of Engagement taps onto the coming episodes.  Fans can look forward to a more complex dating scene and side-splitting view of marriage when Jeff and Audrey attempt to spice up their sex lives in the fifth episode of the season entitled “Bag Ladies,” which airs on October 22. Read on for more spoilers for next week‘s episode of Rules of Engagement. Read more »
On Rules of Engagement, David Spade plays single pal to a long-married couple, played by Patrick Warburton and Megyn Price, and engaged sweethearts, Oliver Hudson and Bianca Kajlich.  But while Warburton, Price, Hudson and Kajlich are all married in real life, Spade remains to be their still single friend off camera. According to show executive producer Tom Hertz, Spade and his character, Russell, are both aware that they are not successful at committing to a monogamous and long-term relationship. Read more »
Adhir Kalyan has performed a number of productions in South Africa, including theatrical adaptations of Charles Dickens‘ Oliver Twist and A Christmas Carol, an adaptation of Salman Rushdie‘s The Ground Beneath Her Feet, and the classical Shakespearean play Macbeth.  But in the United States, he is popularly known for portraying exchange student Raja on Aliens in America, a sitcom that has won critical praise despite few viewers this season. Soon, however, the 25-year-old actor will be expanding his TV credits as he appears on yet another sitcom. According to Entertainment Weekly‘s Michael Ausiello, the Aliens in America star will be gracing the CBS series Rules of Engagement, the comedy from the writers of the Emmy Award-winning show Everybody Loves Raymond that looks at different relationship stages through the characters played by Patrick Warburton, Megyn Price, Oliver Hudson, Bianca Kajlich, and David Spade. Read more »