Friday, November 09, 2007

Ellen DeGeneres is a scab.


This is the worst decision she's made since hooking up with that lunatic Ann Heche.........
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DAVID Letterman, Jay Leno, Jon Stewart and Conan O'Brien all are supporting the striking members of the Writers Guild - but not Ellen DeGeneres.
The TV chat host crossed picket lines to tape her show Tuesday, the day after the union went on strike.
"There's a writers' strike going on, and here in Los Angeles, it's a huge story," she told her studio audience, defending her strikebreaking. (The episode will air today.)
"I want to say I love my writers. I love them. In honor of them today, I'm not going to do a monologue. I support them and hope that they get everything they're asking for. And I hope it works out soon. In the meantime, people have traveled across the country. They've made plans. They're here. I want to do everything I can to make your trip enjoyable and give you a show."
It's a decision DeGeneres may come to regret. On SurgicalStrikes.com, one former, unidentified, writer for her 2001-02 sitcom, "The Ellen Show," reports she treated her writers "like [bleep]."

2 comments:

-> Ray said...

I recall that Johnny Carson wrote his own material during the last writers' strike, and viewers seemed to love it.
Of course, nothing Johnny did could harm his professional reputation; this may be riskier for Ellen.

Geno said...

Johnny was awesome. I still miss him!

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