The "Rules of Engagement" cast is wonderfuly put together. They are the reason the show does so wonderfully. A great mixture of up and coming stars and actors we are familiar with make the show a comfortable fit. The wonderful way they work together and the obvious chemistry they have make the show a nonstop laugh and a must watch for couples and singles alike.

The show itself is about two couples at different stages in their relationships and their single friend who wants it to stay that way. So who is the cast that makes this sitcom so wonderful? 

Patrick Warburton (Jeff) has starred in 70 "Rules of Engagement" episodes. Warburton's career goes back to 1986 when he had a small role in "The Paper Chase" sitcom. Some of his most memorible works have been as David Puddy in "Seinfeld," the voice of Kronk in "The Emporer's New Groove," the voice of the wolf in "Hoodwinked," and of course, the voice of Joe Swanson in "Family Guy."

Megyn Price (Audrey) has starred in 70 "Rules of Engagement" episodes. Price started in 1993 in a series called "Quantum Leap." From 2001 through 2005, she had a staring role in a sitcom called "Grounded For Life." Price is currently also the voice of Linda Memari in "American Dad."

Oliver Hudson (Adam) has starred in 69 episodes. Oliver started his acting career in 1999 in "Kill The Man" as Revolutionary Number One. Since that time, he has had several other smaller parts in movies and sitcoms. In 2003, Oliver played Eddie Doling in "Dawson's Creek."

Bianca Kajlich (Jennifer) has starred in 69 episodes. Kajlich started in 1999 in the movie "Sorority" as Roxanne. Later in 1999, she played the coffee girl in "10 Things I Hate About You." Kajlich played Sarah Moyer in the 2002 movie "Halloween : Resurection." She also had a role in "Dawson's Creek" as Natasha Kelly.

David Spade (Russell) has starred in 69 "Rules of Engagement" episodes. Perhapse one of the most noticed actors on "Rules of Engagement," he has a very lengthy and impressive history. He started out in "Police Academy 4" in 1987. He was in the movie "Tommy Boy" in 1995 as Richard. He was the voice of Mrs. Manners, Mr. Candy, and the ticket attendant on "Beavis and Butthead." He was Joe Dirt in "Joe Dirt" in 2001. Spade was Dennis Finch in "Just Shoot Me" from 1997 to 2003. And, you can't forget "Saturday Night Live."

Adhir Kalyan (Timmy) has starred in 40 "Rules of Engagement" episodes. The newest to come in to acting, Kalyan is a fast rising star. Kalyan stared as Rajah in "Aliens in America" from 2007 to 2008. Kalyan played Pahud in "Paul Blart Mall Cop" in 2009 and later that same year Kalyan played Vijay in "Youth in Revolt."

- Leigha Isbell