Writing Samples

ORIGINAL PILOTS

  • "Journey to the Western Sea" — After a mysterious illness pollutes Pond Village and endangers his adopted family, a shy moss ball named Mossimo and his brash axolotl warrior friend, Atzi, must brave an a thousand-mile journey up the Golden River to discover a cure — before it's too late.

  • "Saltpeter Blues" — Sci-fi western. In a world where a substance known as "salt" gives gunslingers special abilities, a rogue gunslinger with partial amnesia and her magician companion must escort a mystical creature across a treacherous desert wasteland in order to find the greatest treasure known to man.

  • "Once Upon A Highline" — A messy, modern, and comedic twist on Little Red Riding Hood and other classic fairytales in the public domain. To make amends for her violent past, the Big Bad Wolf must help her ex-friend and lover Little Red Riding Hood pay off a debt to the mob boss Rumplestiltskin by running the Ever After, a decrepit piano bar. But when a fairy godmother realtor intent on gentrifying the fairytale neighborhood to fuel her political ambitions sets her eyes on destroying the bar, the Wolf and Red find themselves dealing with pixie assassins, relationship baggage, and the age-old question: "Who is going to mop up that drunk guy's vomit in the corner, and why is the answer 'not me'?" (Link coming soon!)

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SPECULATIVE SCRIPTS

Bob's Burgers

  • "Honey, You Blue My Mind" — After strange blue bees make their hive in the restaurant's air conditioner, Bob uses the honey to create a tantalizing blue honey burger that customers can't get enough of... literally. Meanwhile, Linda falls for a pyramid scheme and Louise starts an underground candy-selling ring at school. 

The Loud House

  • "Ready Player Mom" — In order to win a special issue comic book, Lincoln must win first place in a video game team contest with an odd rule: each team must have a boy and a girl. Lincoln auditions his sisters for his team.

  • "Make No Messtakes"— When Lincoln doesn't win the "Most Helpful" award during Superlative Day, he goes on a mad spree to prove how helpful he is... by artificially causing problems he can "assist" with.