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    Re: Rules of Engagement

    I still like this show. It's a nice departure from the one hour dramas. I loved how they dissed Steven Sagal saying he can't act.

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    I love that his wooby quilt is in the guest bedroom

    It's goofy and silly, but I like it. Heather Locklear is on the next episode.

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    Is coming back to life again (per TV Guide). CBS plans to bring the show back..... but time slot is still "to be determined".

    I always liked the gang, so I will be watching for it.
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    Bringing this up from WAY back... the new season starts tonight!

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    It was cute, Russell is still at his douchy ways. Timmy is my favourite I think LOL
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    DH enjoys this show but for me it's just a big ol pile of "meh". I truly do not care for Patrick Warburton, no matter what he's in so that makes it hard for me to like this show from jump street. I watched the last 15 min tonight just waiting for Two-and-a-Half Men and find nothing's changed for me... still just "meh".

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    Really? I love Warburton in this, but in Seinfeld I was totally "meh" on him.... has he been in anything else?? Anyway, I'm happy it's back - doesn't seem fair that it's only a half season deal, but I guess it works for this one...

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    I like this show, but I will stop watching if it becomes BREEDERRIFIC. This show can't really stand to jump the shark so soon. It's hanging on by a thread as it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dustypants;3847254;
    Really? I love Warburton in this, but in Seinfeld I was totally "meh" on him.... has he been in anything else?? Anyway, I'm happy it's back - doesn't seem fair that it's only a half season deal, but I guess it works for this one...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ilovefootball25;3848798;
    I like this show, but I will stop watching if it becomes BREEDERRIFIC. This show can't really stand to jump the shark so soon. It's hanging on by a thread as it is.
    I'm shocked this show keeps getting renewed, even it if is a late season replacement. It's been meh since the get go, I think it jumped ths shark during it's premiere episode. I'd like to know who David Spade 'knows' in order to keep this show on the air.

    That said - i do watch it.
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