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Dan Vebber is an American writer best known for his television work on animated shows such as The Simpsons, Space Ghost Coast to Coast, Futurama, Daria, Napoleon Dynamite and American Dad!. He was also a writer on Buffy the Vampire Slayer.[1]

Vebber was nominated for Emmy Awards in 2009, 2011, 2013 and 2014, winning an Emmy for Outstanding Animated Program in 2011.[2]

Vebber got his start as a cartoonist, writer, and editor at The Daily Cardinal and The Onion in the early 1990s.[3]

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FilmographyEdit

The Simpsons episodesEdit

Futurama episodesEdit

    • “The Birdfoot of Ice-Catraz” (2001)
    • “Love and Rocket” (2002)
    • “The Route of All Evil” (2002)
    • “Obsoletely Fabulous” (2003)
    • “A Clockwork Origin” (2010)
    • “Mobius Dick” (2011)
    • “Cold Warriors” (2011)
    • “The Thief of a Baghead” (2012)
    • “Fun on a Bun” (2012)
    • “The Inhuman Torch” (2013)

American Dad! episodesEdit

    • “Roger Codger” (2005)
    • “Not Particularly Desperate Housewife” (2005)
    • “The American Dad After School Special” (2006)
    • “A.T. The Abusive Terrestrial” (2007)
    • “Meter Made” (2007)
    • “Escape from Pearl Bailey” (2008)
    • “Crotchwalkers” (2013)
    • “Honey, I’m Homeland” (2014)

Napoleon Dynamite episodesEdit

    • “Pedro vs. Deb” (2012)

Bordertown episodesEdit

    • “High School Football” (2016)

Buffy The Vampire Slayer episodesEdit

    • “Lovers Walk” (1998)
    • “The Zeppo” (1999)

Daria episodesEdit

    • “Jake of Hearts” (1999)
    • “I Loathe a Parade” (2000)
    • “Art Burn” (2001)

Space Ghost Coast to Coast episodesEdit

    • “Switcheroo” (1997)
    • “Needledrop” (1997)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Dan Vebber Credits". TV Guide. Retrieved June 25, 2015.
  2. ^ "Dan Vebber". Television Academy. Retrieved June 25, 2015.
  3. ^ Malone, Michael (March 24, 2006). "Wisconsin Wise Guys Plot TV Takeover". Broadcasting & Cable. Retrieved June 25, 2015.

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