Patrick Johnson

William Patrick Miller Johnson (born March 3) is a American screenwriter, singer-songwriter, television producer and multi-instrumentist. He was co-creator The Duck Bros. and co-developer of The Simons, as well as for being the founding member of the rock band Cypress Creek.

Credits

  • Dragon City (1990-93): developer, writer and executive producer
  • Bluesville (1996-2000): writer, creative consultant and executive producer. Left the show in 2000, but freelanced 3 episodes
    • "Bones From the Craft" (1996)
    • "An Ettiquette Class for Craig" (1996)
    • "Reptile Boy" (1997)
    • "Can You Spare a Dime?" (1998)
    • "Faith, Hope & Trick" (1999)
    • "Cultural Shock" (2000)
    • "Homecoming" (2000) (with Lewis Morton)
    • "Craig's Apartment Party" (2001)
    • "The Naked Truth" (2002)
    • "Finale" (2003) (co-writer)
  • The Duck Bros. (1998–2002, 2004, 2018): creator, writer, executive producer (seasons 1–half of 5), creative consultant (seasons 1–4) and consultant (season 5). Left the show during the half of season 5, but was credited as a consultant before returning on the series finale. He later returned on the 2017 reboot as a consultant, working on season one.
  • The Simons (1999–2000, 2002–06): co-developer, executive producer and creative consultant (seasons 1 and half of 2),, executive consultant (season 4) and consultant (season 5). He wrote two episodes with Mike Sullivan. Left the show during the half of season 2, but returned in season 4 as a executive consultant until departing again after season 5
    • "Pilot" (1999) (teleplay)
    • "Wasting Time" (2000)
  • The Simons (2000): story, executive producer
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