The John Larroquette Show

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The John Larroquette Show
The John Larroquette Show-Cast.jpg
Premiere September 2, 1993
Finale October 30, 1996
Creator Don Reo
Network NBC
Style 30-minute sitcom
Company Port Street Films,
Impact Zone Productions,
Witt/Thomas Productions,
Warner Bros. Television
Seasons 4
Episodes 84 (6 unaired)
Origin USA

The John Larroquette Show is a sitcom that aired on NBC.

John Hemingway, recovering alcoholic, has been appointed to the role of night shift manager of the St. Louis bus depot. He must deal not only with the intricacies of keeping the station running smoothly, but also the employees and other personalities that frequent the station, all while dealing with his own demons. This was highlighted in the first episode, with a running gag of every character offering to buy him a drink upon his meeting them.

Much of the first season dealt with John's attempts to stay sober, with episodes representing each of the AA program's Twelve Steps. John constantly struggled to maintain control of the station, with regular conflicts with his secretary, Mahalia, the janitor, Heavy Gene, and most strongly with sandwich bar attendant, Dexter, who had been turned down for the position to which John was appointed. Adding sexual tension to John's life was high class escort Carly, who was a friend of Dexter.

Contents

Cast

Actor Character Duration
Main Cast
John Larroquette John Hemingway 1 2 3 4
Liz Torres Mahalia Sanchez 1 2 3 4
Gigi Rice Carly Watkins 1 2 3 4
Daryl "Chill" Mitchell Dexter 1 2 3 4
Chi McBride Heavy Gene 1 2 3 4
Lenny Clarke Officer Adam Hampton 1 2 3 4
Elizabeth Berridge Officer Eve Eggers 1 2 3 4
Bill Morey Oscar 2 3 4
Alison LaPlaca Catherine Merrick 2 3 4

Seasons

Season  Premiere Finale #
NBC
Season One September 2, 1993 April 12, 1994 24
Season Two September 20, 1994 August 29, 1995 24
Season Three September 30, 1995 May 21, 1996 24
Season Four September 18, 1996 October 30, 1996 12

In-Depth

DVD Releases

There are no DVD releases for this show.

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