As a team, Tom Adair (1913-1988) and James B. Allardice (1919-1966) wrote nine "Munsters" episodes and the story for another during the show's two years. For writing teams, only Joe Connelly and Bob Mosher wrote more episodes than them. Meeting on the set of "The Ann Sothern Show" in the late '50s, Adair and Allardice became a writing team, and wrote for many sitcoms, also including "Hogan's Heroes," "My Three Sons," "I Dream of Jeannie," "Hazel," and "My Favorite Martian."
     Before meeting Tom Adair, James B. Allardice wrote a play (At War with the Army, later a Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin film) and for TV dramas and variety shows such as "Desilu Playhouse," "General Electric Theater," and "The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show." Most notably, he wrote the opening introductions for Alfred Hitchcock in "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" for its 359 episodes from 1955 through 1966.
     Tom Adair was a composer as well as a writer. He did music for artists, including Bing Crosby, Tommy Dorsey, and Dinah Shore; for radio shows, including "Duffy's Tavern"; for TV, including "Hazel" and "The Ann Sothern Show"; and for movies, including Disney's Sleeping Beauty. After the death of Allardice in 1966, Adair stopped writing for sitcoms.

10. Autumn Croakus
12. The Sleeping Cutie
13. Family Portrait
22. Dance With Me, Herman (with Joe Connelly and Bob Mosher) (also story)
24. Love Locked Out
28. Movie Star Munster (story)
34. Munster the Magnificent
43. Herman, Coach of the Year
48. A Man for Marilyn
66. Herman, the Tire Kicker