That's a shame. I mean, I see where they're coming from. But they're just making it worse for themselves by not budging. Best case scenario, we'll have a repeat of 1988 and they'll go five months without work before they finally cave to something they could have had much sooner. Worst case scenario, the networks get sick of the WGA and cut their losses and start hiring writers for less money. Then where does that leave the people who are in the WGA?