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Michael Rowe

Michael Rowe
Mike Rowe at the 2009 Comic Con in San Diego.
Born Michael Rowe

Michael "Mike" Rowe is an American television writer, producer and comedian. He has written for Becker, The Nanny, Futurama and Family Guy,[1] as well as writing the episode of The PJs, "A Race to His Credit".

Becker episodes

He has written the following episodes:

  • "The Grand Gesture"
  • "Mr. and Mrs. Conception"
  • "Nightmare on Becker Street"

Family Guy episodes

He has written the following episode:

Futurama episodes

He has written the following episodes:

Bob's Burgers

It was announced on January 31, 2013, that Mike Rowe will now be the new showrunner for Bob's Burgers starting next season.

References

  1. ^ Muir, John Kenneth (2007-05-01). TV Year, Volume 1: The Prime Time 2005-2006 Season. Hal Leonard Corporation. pp. 206–.  

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