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Humanitas Prize for 30 Minute Network or Syndicated Television

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Humanitas Prize for 30 Minute Network or Syndicated Television is an award presented to the best written 30-minute network or syndicated television program. The winners are indicated in bold.

1975 (1st)

  • Good Times:
    • "The Lunch Money Rip-Off" — John Baskin & Roger Schulman
    • "My Girl Henrietta" — Bob Peete
  • Sunshine: "Angel of Doom" — M. Charles Cohen

1976 (2nd)

  • Doc — Seth Freeman
  • M*A*S*H:
    • "The Interview" — Larry Gelbart
    • "Quo Vadis, Captain Chandler?" — Burt Prelutsky

1977 (3rd)

  • All in the Family: "Archie's Brief Encounter - Part II" — Larry Rhine & Mel Tolkin
  • M*A*S*H: "Dear Sigmund" — Alan Alda
  • The Mary Tyler Moore Show: "Ted's Change of Heart" — Earl Pomerantz

1978 (4th)

  • All in the Family: "The Brother" — Larry Rhine & Mel Tolkin
  • Barney Miller: "Goodbye, Mr. Fish - Part II" — Reinhold Weege
  • The Jeffersons: "984 W. 124th St., Apt. 5C" — John Baskin & Roger Shulman

1979 (5th)

  • All in the Family: "Edith Gets Fired" — Teleplay by Harriett Weiss & Patt Shea; Story by Mort Lachman
  • M*A*S*H: "Point of View" — Ken Levine and David Isaacs
  • Taxi: "Blind Date" — Michael Leeson

1980 (6th)

  • M*A*S*H: "Dreams" — Teleplay by Alan Alda; Story by Alan Alda and James Jay Rubinfier
  • United States: "Uncle Charlie" — Gary Markowitz
  • WKRP in Cincinnati: "God Talks to Johnny" — Hugh Wilson

1981 (7th)

  • Archie Bunker's Place: "Tough Love" — Patt Shea and Harriett Weiss
  • M*A*S*H: "Blood Brothers" — Elias Davis & David Pollock
  • WKRP in Cincinnati: "Venus Flytrap Explains" — Hugh Wilson

1982 (8th)

  • Archie Bunker's Place: "Relapse" — Patt Shea & Harriett Weiss
  • M*A*S*H: "Where There's a Will, There's a War" — Elias Davis & David Pollock
  • One Day at a Time: "Mrs. O'Leary's Kid" — Paul Perlove

1983 (9th)

1984 (10th)

  • Family Ties:
    • "Not an Affair to Remember" — Gary David Goldberg & Ruth Bennett
    • "Say Uncle" — Ruth Bennett
  • Gimme a Break!: "Herbie" — Arthur Julian

1985 (11th)

  • The Cosby Show:
    • "Theo and the Joint" — John Markus
  • Family Ties:
    • "Hotline Fever" — Marc Lawrence
    • "Remembrance of Things Past - Part II" — Gary David Goldberg & Alan Uger

1986 (12th)

  • The Cosby Show:
    • "Denise's Friend" — John Markus
    • "An Early Spring" — Matt Williams
    • "Truth or Consequences" — John Markus & Carmen Finestra & Gary Kott
  • Mr. Sunshine — David Lloyd

1987 (13th)

  • The Cosby Show: "The March" — Gary Kott
  • Family Ties: "My Back Pages" — Ruth Bennett
  • Kate & Allie: "Jennie & Jason" — Bob Randall

1988 (14th)

  • Frank's Place: "The Bridge" — Hugh Wilson
  • Kate & Allie: "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?" — Teleplay Bob Randall & William Persky; Story by Anne Flett-Giordano (as Anne Flett) & Chuck Ranberg
  • The Wonder Years: "Pilot" — Neal Marlens & Carol Black

1989 (15th)

  • Baby Boom: "Guilt" — Nancy Meyers & Charles Shyer
  • The Wonder Years: "Pottery Will Get You Nowhere" — Matthew Carlson

1990 (16th)

1991 (17th)

  • Doogie Howser, M.D.: "To Live and Die in Brentwood" — Nat Bernstein & Mitchel Lee Katlin
  • The Wonder Years:
    • "Goodbye" — Bob Brush
    • "The Ties That Bind" — Mark B. Perry

1992 (18th)

1993 (19th)

  • Roseanne:
    • "Terms of Estrangement - Part II" — Rob Ulin
    • "Wait 'Til Your Father Gets Home" — Amy Sherman-Palladino (as Amy Sherman)
  • The Wonder Years: "Nose" — Sy Rosen

1994 (20th)

1995 (21st)

  • Blossom: "The Date" — Allan Katz
  • Grace Under Fire: "Grace Under Water" — Marc Flanagan
  • The John Larroquette Show: "Faith" — David Richardson
  • Roseanne: "White Men Can't Kiss" — Rob Ulin & Kevin Abbott

1996 (22nd)

  • Frasier: "Breaking the Ice" — Steve Levitan
  • Grace Under Fire: "No Help Wanted" — Stevie Ray Fromstein
  • Home Improvement: "The Longest Day" — Elliot Shoenman & Marley Sims

1997 (23rd)

  • Grace Under Fire: "Pills" — Stevie Ray Fromstein
  • Roseanne: "The Miracle" — Written by Drew Ogier; Story by Roseanne Barr (as Roseanne)
  • Something So Right: "Something About An Older Guy" — Bob Tischler

1998 (24th)

  • Foto-Novelas: "The Fix" — Bennett Cohen and Edit Villareal
  • Frasier: "The Kid" — Jeffrey Richman and Suzanne Martin
  • Murphy Brown: "Turpis Capillis Annus (Bad Hair Year)" — Marilyn Suzanne Miller

1999 (25th)

  • Everybody Loves Raymond: "Frank's Tribute" — Eric Cohen
  • Sports Night:
    • "The Quality of Mercy at 29K" — Bill Wrubel and Aaron Sorkin
    • "The Six Southern Gentlemen of Tennessee" — Aaron Sorkin and Matt Tarses & David Walpert & Bill Wrubel

2000 (26th)

2001 (27th)

  • Everybody Loves Raymond: "Ray's Journal" — Jennifer Crittenden
  • Frasier: "Frasier's Edge" — Jon Sherman & Dan O'Shannon
  • Malcolm in the Middle: Larry Strawther

2002 (28th)

  • Scrubs: "My Old Lady" — Matt Tarses
  • State of Grace:
    • "Looking for God in All the Right Places" — Steven Peterman & Gary Dontzig
    • "Love, Love, Me Do" — Brenda Lilly & Hollis Rich

2003 (29th)

  • The Bernie Mac Show:
    • "Sweet Home Chicago - Part I" — Teleplay by Warren Hutcherson and Kriss Turner; Story by Larry Wilmore
    • "Sweet Home Chicago - Part II" — Teleplay by Teri Schaffer and Steve Tompkins; Story by Larry Wilmore
  • Frasier: "Rooms With A View" — Dan O'Shannon & Lori Kirkland & Bob Daily

2004 (30th)

  • The Bernie Mac Show:
    • "Eye of the Tiger" — Richard Appel
    • "Saving Sergeant Tompkins" — Jacqueline R. Clay
  • Scrubs: "My Screwup" — Garrett Donovan & Neil Goldman

2006 (32nd)

  • George Lopez: "The Kidney Stays in the Picture" — Jim Hope
  • My Name Is Earl: Pilot — Gregory Thomas Garcia (as Greg Garcia)
  • Scrubs: "My Way Home" — Garrett Donovan & Neil Goldman

2007 (33rd)

2008 (34th)

2009 (35th)

2010 (36th)

  • Meet the Browns: "Meet the Racist" — Myra J. Hughes (as Myra J)
  • The Middle: "The Block Party" — Alex Reid
  • Modern Family: Pilot — Steve Levitan & Christopher Lloyd
  • Nurse Jackie: Pilot — Liz Brixius & Linda Wallem and Evan Dunsky
  • The Simpsons: "The Greatest Story Ever D'ohed" — Kevin Curran

2011 (37th)

  • The Big C: "Taking the Plunge" — Darlene Hunt
  • How I Met Your Mother: "Last Words" — Carter Bays & Craig Thomas
  • Modern Family: "The Kiss" — Abraham Higginbotham
  • Nurse Jackie: "Monkey Bits" — Liz Brixius

2012 (38th)

  • The Big C: "A Little Death" — Jenny Bicks
  • The Middle: "The Map" — DeAnn Heline & Eileen Heisler
  • Modern Family: "Aunt Mommy" — Abraham Higginbotham & Dan O'Shannon
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