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Tom Gammill and Max Pross are an Emmy Award-winning American comedy writing team. Together they have written episodes for such successful shows as Seinfeld, The Critic, The Wonder Years, It's Garry Shandling's Show, and Monk. They have also worked as producers of episodes of The Simpsons and Futurama.
Tom Gammill and Max Pross joined the Seinfeld writing team during the show's fifth season (1993-1994) and stayed until the show's penultimate eighth season (1996-1997). On the Seinfeld DVDs, Jerry Seinfeld credits the pair with bringing a "buoyancy" to the writing staff that aided the development of fresh ideas during the show's middle years. Jerry mentioned that he and co-creator Larry David were initially worried about Gammill and Pross' writing style, as the pair created stories that were a "level of silliness" that the show had never gone to before. Ultimately, the worry was unfounded, as the pair ended up writing some of the most famous episodes during the series' run. The episodes they wrote were:
- "The Glasses"
- "The Cigar Store Indian"
- "The Pie"
- "The Raincoats" (Parts 1 and 2) with Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David
- "The Pledge Drive"
- "The Mom and Pop Store"
- "The Race" teleplay with Larry David; story with Larry David and Sam Kass
- "The Doorman"
- "The Diplomat's Club"