David G.B. Brown, a TV writer who wrote episodes of “Scarecrow and Mrs. King,” as well as “Hunter,” “Max Headroom” and “Lovejoy,” died September 6. He was 67.

Brown penned seven episodes of the CBS spy dramedy “Scarecrow and Mrs. King,” which starred Kate Jackson and Bruce Boxleitner.

His first screen credit was for writing an episode of “Alice” spinoff “Flo” in 1981.

He was also story editor and wrote seven of the 11 episodes of “Code Red,” a fire department-themed show that starred Lorne Greene and Andrew Stevens and ran briefly in 1981-82.

Brown also penned an episode of “Tales of the Golden Monkey” in 1983.