Owen and Bob, best friends who work together at a San Francisco architectural firm, find their relationship tested after Owen proposes to Alicia, a beautiful lawyer who makes neurotic Bob feel threatened. Even so, their lives are much happier than that of Heather, their efficient but hilariously accident-prone assistant.
- imDb Rating: 7.1 (81 Votes)
- Metascore: N/A
Best friends Bob and Owen work together as aspiring young architects on the rise, their relationship complicated by Owen's recent engagement to Alicia.
- Rated: N/A
- Released: 11 Sep 1995
- Runtime: 30 min
- Genre: Comedy
- Director: N/A
- Writer: Jeff Greenstein, Jeff Strauss
- Actors: Jon Cryer, Tate Donovan, Maria Pitillo, Catherine Lloyd Burns
- Language: English
- Country: USA
- Awards: 1 nomination.
- Total Seasons: 1
Will You Marry Me?
Episode 1x22; Apr 01, 1996
1x22: Will You Marry Me?
1x21: You Quit?
1x20: Soup or a Movie?
1x19: Hello? Harmless?
1x18: Can We Keep Her, Dad?
1x17: Follow the Clams?
1x16: May I Call You Dick?
1x15: How Was Your Date with Dad?
1x14: Your Baby-sitter?
Corinne Bohrer as Lolie
Maria Pitillo as Alicia Sundergard
Catherine Lloyd Burns as Heather Pond
Jon Cryer as Bob
Tate Donovan as Owen
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