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Cynthia True (born 1969)[1] is an American writer, and co-creator of The Mighty B!; True was also story editor for the series.[2] She wrote the 2002 Bill Hicks biography American Scream: The Bill Hicks Story for Harper Entertainment, and contributed as a journalist to publications such as Texas Monthly and Rolling Stone.[1]

True has also written for several Nicktoons, including My Life as a Teenage Robot[1] and The Fairly OddParents as a staff writer.[3] True wrote for the live action Nick show Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide and The WB cartoon Johnny Test.[4] She is married to fellow The Mighty B! co-creator Erik Wiese.[5]

Writing credits

Season 1
Episode no. Title Notes
101a "So Happy Together" Co-written with Erik Wiese
102a "Bee My Baby" Story only; with Erik Wiese
102b "Bee Afraid" Co-written with Erik Wiese
110b "Toot Toot" Co-written with Erik Wiese
111b "Hat Trick" Story only; with Erik Wiese
113a "Something's Wrong With This Taffy" Co-written with Jessica Chaffin and Jessica Gao
115b "Thanksgiving Beenactment" Co-written with Jessica Chaffin and Jessica Gao
116a "Blindsided" Co-written with Jessica Chaffin and Jessica Gao
117a "Ben Appetit" Co-written with Jessica Chaffin and Jessica Gao
119b "Ben Screams For Ice Cream" Story
Co-written with Jessica Chaffin and Jessica Gao
120 "Dragonflies" Co-written with Jessica Chaffin, Jessica Gao and Erik Wiese
Season 2
201 "Catatonic" Co-written with Erik Wiese
205b "Hive of Darkness" Co-written with Jessica Gao and Brendan Hay
207a "Awww-esome" Written solo
209a "Finger Pickin' Bad" Co-written with Jessica Gao and Brendan Hay
211b "One Million Years Bee.C." Co-written with Jessica Gao and Brendan Hay
212a "The Bone Identity" Co-written with Jessica Gao and Brendan Hay
217a "Space Evaders" Co-written with Jessica Gao and Brendan Hay
220b "C'mon Get Happy!" Co-written with Jessica Gao and Brendan Hay

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 True, Cynthia 1969-, 2009, The Gale Group, Retrieved July 29, 2019.
  2. PR Newswire (April 8, 2008). Bee Prepared To Catch the Buzz When The Mighty B! Flies to Nickelodeon Saturday, April 26, at 10:30 a.m. (ET/PT). Business Insider. Retrieved May 26, 2020.
  3. Nick Buzzes With 'B,' Squeezes More 'Spongebob', December 13, 2006, The Chicago Tribune, Retrieved July 29, 2019.
  4. The Mighty B! Keeps Buzzing As Nick Orders 2nd Season, September 17, 2008, Nick and More, Retrieved July 29, 2019.
  5. Gold, Matea (April 25, 2008), Early shift for Amy Poehler, The Los Angeles Times, Retrieved July 29, 2019. Quote: "'The Mighty B!' was the brainchild of [Amy] Poehler and husband-and-wife team Erik Wiese and Cynthia True, both animation veterans."
  6. NYCC 08: The Mighty B! Panel. April 21, 2008. Geekanerd (BlogSpot.com). Retrieved June 8, 2021.
Crew Members
Creators Amy PoehlerCynthia TrueErik Wiese
Directors Alex KirwanLarry LeichliterEddie TriguerosErik WieseBill Wray
Writers Mike BellWill BersonJohn Ross BowieJessica ChaffinNicholas CofrancescoJamie DenboDannah FeinglassJessica GaoBrendan HayDani MichaeliJulia MirandaRichard PurselAmanda SitkoKristine SongcoCynthia TrueErik Wiese
Storyboard Artists Ray AngrumEd BakerKen BoyerSherm CohenMark ColangeloLouie del CarmenDavid GemmillFred GonzalesChris GrahamIan GrahamSunil HallKirk HansonChuck KleinSteve LeCouilliardFrank MolieriMike MullenLynne NaylorJustin NicholsAaron PaetzHowie PerryBernie PettersonPiero PilusoChris ReccardiKatie RiceJustin RidgeOctavio RodriguezAndy SurianoDave ThomasMiles ThompsonKirk TingbladEddie TriguerosMatt WhitlockErik WieseCarey Yost
Art Director Seonna Hong
Story Editor Cynthia True
Comics Jessica GaoSunil HallBill Wray
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