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Allison Hock is a writer who wrote the teleplay for the Star Trek: The Next Generation sixth season episode "Rascals" in 1992. She was interviewed by Bill Florence in 1994 for Issue 26 of The Official Star Trek: The Next Generation Magazine, article "Allison Hock: Mother of Rascals".
Hock worked as story editor and writer of three episodes on the television series Hunter in 1986. Two of these episodes were directed by Bob Bralver and James Whitmore, Jr.. Between 1987 and 1988 she was a story editor and writer of four episodes on Cagney & Lacey and in 1988 she worked as supervising producer on the drama series Heartbeat, starring Kate Mulgrew. In 1991 she worked as producer on the drama series Sisters, starring Elizabeth Hoffman and Ashley Judd and between 1995 and 1996 she was an executive consultant on Lonesome Dove: The Outlaw Years, starring Tracy Scoggins.
Between 1981 and 1999 Hock wrote episodes for McClain's Law (1981), Quincy M.E. (1983, with Garry Walberg, John S. Ragin, Robert Ito, Allan Miller, and Eugene Roche), T.J. Hooker (1983, with William Shatner, Richard Herd, and Leonard Nimoy), Press Your Luck, Knots Landing (1983, with Arlene Martel), Blue Thunder (1984, with Raye Birk), The Master (1984, with Michael Spound and Warren Munson), Miami Vice (1985), Lady Blue (1985, with Keone Young and directed by Mike Vejar), L.A. Law (1986, with Corbin Bernsen, Karen Austin, and George Coe), Heartbeat (1989, with Kate Mulgrew, Georgann Johnson, Allan Miller, and Steve Susskind), Sirens (1994, with Wil Wheaton), Amazing Grace (1995), Dead Man's Gun, and The Net (1998). She also wrote the television movies The Knife and Gun Club (1990, with Fran Bennett), Lebenslang ist nicht genug (1997), Gotta Have It (1998), and Doppeltes Spiel mit Anne (1999).