Ron Hauge

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Ron Hauge is an American television writer and executive producer. Early in his career, Hauge was a contributor to National Lampoon. He then wrote for Seinfeld, In Living Color, The Ren & Stimpy Show, Rocko's Modern Life, The Mouse and the Monster, and a short lived reincarnation of The Carol Burnett Show. In 1994, an episode of Ren and Stimpy that he co-wrote was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program (for Programming One Hour Or Less).[1]

Hauge joined The Simpsons staff in its eighth season. He won an Emmy for writing the season eight episode "Homer's Phobia", which was his first episode. The Fox censor objected to the episode's exploration of the theme of homosexuality and stated that it was "unsuitable for broadcast". The censors were later fired and their replacements did not have any objections to the episode.[2]

Writing credits[edit]

The Simpsons episodes[edit]

He has written the following episodes:

Ren and Stimpy episodes[edit]

As sole writer:

  • "Road Apples"
  • "Eat My Cookies"
  • "Hair of the Cat"
  • "Dog Tags"
  • "Pen Pals"

As co-writer:

  • "Circus Midgets"
  • "An Abe Divided"
  • "Jimminy Lummox"
  • "Ren's Retirement"
  • "Ren's Bitter Half"
  • "House of Next Tuesday"
  • "Lumber Jerks"
  • "Prehistoric Stimpy"
  • "Farm Hands"
  • "Pixie King"
  • "My Shiny Friend"
  • "Wiener Barons"
  • "Galoot Wranglers"
  • "Superstitious Stimpy"
  • "Ol' Blue Nose"
  • "Feud For Sale"
  • "Bellhops"
  • "Big Flakes"

Rocko's Modern Life[edit]

Seinfeld episodes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Emmy award listing
  2. ^ Oakley, Bill (2006). The Simpsons The Complete Eighth Season DVD commentary for the episode "Homer's Phobia" (DVD). 20th Century Fox. 

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