Norm Hiscock

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Norm Hiscock
A man wearing a black fleece with the words "Parks and Recreation" on it, and a gray hat.
Norm Hiscock
Born Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Occupation Television writer
Nationality Canadian/American
Genre Comedy

Norm Hiscock (born in Montreal, Quebec) is a Canadian screenwriter and producer. He is known for his work on Saturday Night Live, King of the Hill, The Kids in the Hall, Corner Gas,[1] Parks and Recreation, Brooklyn Nine-Nine and most recently is an Executive Producer on "People Of Earth". He was also a writer on The Kids in the Hall film Brain Candy.[2]

King of the Hill written episodes[edit]

  1. "Propane Boom"
  2. "And They Call It Bobby Love"
  3. "Peggy's Pageant Fever"
  4. "As Old as the Hills"
  5. "To Kill a Ladybird"
  6. "Old Glory"
  7. "The Buck Stops Here"
  8. "Bobby Goes Nuts"
  9. "The Bluegrass Is Always Greener"
  10. "Dances with Dogs"
  11. "Flirting with the Master"

Parks and Recreation written episodes[edit]

  1. "Rock Show"
  2. "Pawnee Zoo"
  3. "Woman of the Year"
  4. "Flu Season"
  5. "Jerry's Painting"
  6. "Ron and Tammys"
  7. "Sweet Sixteen"
  8. "Soda Tax"
  9. "Emergency Response"
  10. "Jerry's Retirement"

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