Revolves around John Bowman juggling his home life and the lock company where he serves as a middle manager.

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John Caponera ...
 John Bowman 13 episodes, 1994
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 Maureen Bowman 13 episodes, 1994
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 Drew Clark 13 episodes, 1994
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 Paul Bowman 13 episodes, 1994
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 Melissa Bowman 13 episodes, 1994
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 Bob Bowman 13 episodes, 1994
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 Tommy Bartlett 13 episodes, 1994
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Revolves around John Bowman juggling his home life and the lock company where he serves as a middle manager.

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3 January 1994 (USA)  »

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I actually went to a show taping...
20 August 2007 | by See all my reviews

My buddy and I were at Universal Studios in CA and were recruited to go be in the audience of a TV show. They told us the title of the show was "The Bowmans." They put us in a bus and took us to the studio and then dropped us off back at the park about 3 hours later. It was pretty cool.

What I remember most is Drew Carey. I knew who he was from his stand-up. The warm-up comedian was really stupid and no one was laughing. He had his girlfriend there and seemed to be trying to impress her. So after a bit, Drew Carey took over doing the comedy between takes and was hilarious!! I thought it was a shame the show got canceled.


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