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The John Larroquette Show (TV Series 1993–1996) Poster

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The first twelve episodes were based on the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Larroquette is a recovering alcoholic in real life.
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The original working title of the series was "Crossroads" but NBC insisted on "The John Larroquette Show". Larroquette did not want his name in the title.
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Larroquette owns the sign in John Hemingway's office that read "This Is A Dark Ride".
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John Hemingway's name is a shout-out to Ernest Hemingway.
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The tone of the show was lightened after the first season.
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