She uses the war metaphor I’m so tired of, and on Remembrance Day, but the rest of her post is so eloquent that I’ll forgive her that, mostly (but come on, they’re demanding fair compensation for their creative work – can’t they get a little more creative with their rhetoric?). But anyway, House writer Doris Egan weighs in with passion on the WGA strike:

Edited to add: Screenwriter John August (Go, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Charlie’s Angels) remains the most clear-headed explanatory voice I’ve heard from the writers side, one of the few who seems to have rejected the Kool-Aid and makes me forget why I sometimes have to remind myself I’m on their side:

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