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Eric Horsted

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Eric Horsted

Eric Horsted is an American television writer. He has written for several shows, including Home Improvement, Coach, Futurama and Out of Jimmy's Head.

Writing credits

Coach episodes

  • "About Face"
  • "Uneasy Riders"
  • "The Devil in Mrs. Burleigh"
  • "Something Old, Something New"
  • "My Best Friend's Girl"
  • "Jailbirds"
  • "The Walk-On"
  • "Kelly's New Guy: Part 1"
  • "Fool for Lunch"
  • "Dauber's Vehicle"
  • "Somebody's Baby"

Fanboy and Chum Chum episodes

  • "The Janitor Strikes Back"
  • "Fanboy Stinks"
  • "I, Fanbot"
  • "Chimp Chomp Chumps"
  • "Precious Pig"
  • "Monster in the Mist"
  • "Night Morning"
  • "Secret Shopper"
  • "Little Glop of Horrors"
  • "Refill Madness"
  • "The Tell-Tale Toy"
  • "Sigmund the Sorcerer"
  • "Strings Attached"
  • "Fanbidextrous"
  • "Saving Private Chum Chum"
  • "Jingle Fever"
  • "The Incredible Chulk"
  • "The Great Bicycle Mystery"
  • "A Bopwork Orange"

Futurama episodes

Reba episodes

  • "Someone's at Gyno with Reba"
  • "Vanny Dearest"

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