Rob Schrab (born November 12, 1969) is an American comic book creator, actor, comedian, writer, and film and television producer. He is the creator of the comic book Scud The Disposable Assassin, co-creator of the failed Fox action-comedy pilot Heat Vision and Jack alongside Dan Harmon and Jack Black, co-writer of the 2006 CGI motion-capture animated horror-comedy film Monster House along with Harmon, co-creator of the independent short film festival Channel 101 alongside Harmon, and the co-creator of The Sarah Silverman Program alongside Sarah Silverman and Dan Harmon, the latter of whom left the show after the first season due to a series of aggressive interactions with cast and crew members. Despite Harmon and Schrab parting ways after the aforementioned falling-out, they reconnected when Harmon created his own NBC sitcom, Community and Schrab was hired to write and direct several episodes. Schrab also found work directing several episodes of sitcoms such as Children's Hospital, Blue Mountain State, Parks and Recreation, The Mindy Project, and Workaholics, and is a creative consultant on the Adult Swim animated science-fiction-adventure-comedy-drama Rick and Morty, a show co-created by Harmon and animator/voice actor Justin Roiland. Schrab will be making his feature film directoral debut with The LEGO Movie Sequel.