Tuesday, November 06, 2007


So it's been a little while and you've all found other roadside attractions and ten months without a post is brain death for a blog so I get it if there's no one out there when the digital tree falls in the binary forest.


An Infinite Fucking Monkey walking a near-infinite number of footsteps around Warner Brothers for eight hours fueled by chex mix and two burrito supremes starts to wonder if silence does truly equal death and if taking back the day means riding the blogosphere deep into the night.

Which is to say:


Since I visited with you last I have shot a pilot and eight episodes of television on my wonderful little art house show we like to call "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles." (Those of us in the know call it "Terminator: the Sarah Connor Chronicles" for short.) Unfortunately, I've only locked picture on the pilot and each one of those other eight precious little diamonds is now sitting uneasily in an editing bay like a toddler whose parent has passed out on the couch from too much Vicodin.

In this case, the couch is the picket line and the Vicodin is my vow that I will do NO WORK on my show until the strike is finished. No writing, no editing, no sound mixing, no casting, no notes calls, no publicity, no NOTHING.

What will happen to our work of the last year? Couldn't tell you. Ask the AMPTP. It's their show now, along with a hundred other shows whose creators and showrunners have chosen to walk the picket line instead of doing their producer duties.

(There was some confusion that I was actually doing this work due to an NPR report about my show this morning that quoted my NONWRITING producer as to his feelings about the strike. I was NOT QUOTED in this report because I had refused to be interviewed--I initially thought it was to involve promotion of my show...Still, some people thought it was me on the radio. It was not. In fact, the AMPTP would probably tell you that radio is still an immature and unknowable media, and the fact that some people could confuse me with my nonwriting producer because they didn't see my face proves that we should wait a few years before trying to figure out how radio might be used.)

AMPTP: Wow, Ms. Prostitute. That was some great sex we just had.
PROSTITUTE: Thanks, AMPTP John. That'll be three hundred dollars.
AMPTP: You're kidding. I'm not paying you.
AMPTP: I paid you three hundred dollars for sex last week. I consider this promotional.

So Tyra was just the tip of the iceberg and now Kate Winslet's fully soaked and blue-lipped as twelve thousand of us try rowing to shore in the good ship Norma Rae. After one full day I can say with certainly that I have a particular facility for standing in one place for hours at a time but chanting while standing seems to escape me. I was asssigned to Gate 4A at Warner's--a very small gate only frequented by executives. I thought this was sort of the generic toothpaste of gates until a few fat white dudes rolled past us into the executive lot driving eighty thousand dollar cars and giving us the finger.

And while I have had many suits in many forms over the years tell me to figuratively fuck off as they mangled my screenplays, it is not til you see that actual finger from an actual person do you realize how few times in your adult life someone has actually told you, to quote the great Arnold Schwartzenegger in Terminator: FUCK YOU, ASSHOLE.

And I have to admit that it pleased me just a little because I'm tired of the polite and earnest way we get screwed by them every other day of the year and sometimes you just want someone to slap you on the ass and scream in your fucking ear.

So now it's day two and we know where they stand and they know where we stand.

And we will continue to stand there.

All day.


Anonymous Mike K said...

Welcome back. It's been too long.

Good luck on the lines, and godspeed lil' monkey.

11/06/2007 8:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

He's alive...ALIVE! I shouldn't have doubted you'd return. I suppose you are disturbed by my lack of faith...You guys are all screwed though. In 10 years from now, film production will be replaced by the Krell dream of creation.

11/06/2007 8:22 AM  
Blogger Anna Palmer said...

Short of flying to LA to walk with you. What can loyal television viewers do?

11/06/2007 8:37 AM  
Blogger Juancho said...

Heard about the show on NPR, it was fairly obvious that they were interviewing the other producer. C'mon, he said it was your job to right the thing.

Nice to know they still like you. Glad to have you back.

11/06/2007 8:38 AM  
Blogger Alan said...

Welcome back, Josh.

Please know that even though I'm a not a guild member (yet), the only thing keeping me from joining the line with you guys is geography.

Keep fighting the good fight and hope all goes well.

11/06/2007 8:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Josh: I knew that you would be --not just talking the talk--but walking the walk, baby! To Anna Palmer and others who want to support the WGA . . .2 Things that you can do: (1) E-Mail ABC, NBC, CBC, Touchstone, Universal, Paramount and tell them you refuse to watch their shows until the writers are given greater residuals for DVD and fair resisuals for Internet and New Media and (2) Turn Your TV Off!

Fighting for the WGA

11/06/2007 8:50 AM  
Anonymous Baby Writer said...

See you on the line!
Welcome back to the Scribeosphere.

11/06/2007 10:04 AM  
Blogger The Frustrated Dinosaur said...

Hey, you're blogging again Friedman! I'm going to try and check out the picket lines tomorrow...try and check in with the internet every once and awhile. You are missed.

11/06/2007 10:23 AM  
Blogger MunchkinMike said...

Hey Josh,

It's your freakishly tall former roomate from the Girlfriend-Before-Wife era. Been following the blog for a while and got freaked out after the fact by the cancer scare. Great to know you've come out the other side and are doing well. Shocked, though, that you got no love on the "SOAP" DVD extras.

I assumed that the strike would bring you out of your self-imposed exile. Best of luck to you and the WGA.

11/06/2007 11:23 AM  
Blogger Lance said...

OMFG! Welcome back, King of the Infinite Monkeys. And good luck in your labor struggle.

11/06/2007 11:29 AM  
Anonymous Greg Luce said...

Welcome back Josh,

All that walking can't help but be good for the Inf. Monkey (Whether you like it or not.)

I'll keep an eye out for a smartly dressed man in a track suit, throwing food at incoming cars.

All the best.

11/06/2007 11:33 AM  
Anonymous #22 said...

So Brother Friedman, this is what all the fuss was about, you brilliant blogger, you! I like these words almost as much as the miserly few you dole out to the penguins after notes sessions.

see you at the shift change

11/06/2007 11:58 AM  
Blogger Oh. It's Kristen Again. *sigh* said...

I knew you'd come back for this. I even checked here yesterday in the hopes...

Glad you are weighing in.

Give us what we want and we'll go away.

11/06/2007 1:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Welcome back, and good luck. I stand with you (figuratively. I'm way up here in SF).


11/06/2007 1:37 PM  
Blogger Fun Joel said...

welcome back

11/06/2007 1:38 PM  
Blogger Leif said...

Welcome back! While I would like to say it was my unerring faith that you would one day return as the reason why I have keep visiting blog, in reality I was just too lazy to remove it from BM director along with the more regular blogs 8)

I've been waiting for the sarah connor chronicles for a while now, and its great to hear you've made such progress, but if having it held up is the price that has to be paid in order for you and all writers to get a fair deal, then I support you 100% !

11/06/2007 3:07 PM  
Anonymous Ann Coulter's Real Name said...

I'm really enjoying the clever/snarky comments defenders of the AMPTP have been leaving on various screenwriting blogs and the Huffington Post. If I wasn't so lazy I would collect them in a post for everyone's benefit. Truly good stuff - just dripping with contempt and wonderfully rigged arguments. It's the best part of this shitty situation.

Good luck.

11/06/2007 3:42 PM  
Blogger Kathy said...

Well, it's about frigging time.
Welcome back.
I had a feeling the strike might bring you out of hiding, so I decided to check here today. Hope you decide to stick around this time.
In the meantime, fight the good fight. We're with you.

11/06/2007 4:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Solidarity, baby!!

Nice to have you back.

11/06/2007 5:00 PM  
Blogger Josh said...

We share a name (though not yet a job title...or a union), but I plan on picking up a sign and marching as much as I'm able to this week.

Here's hoping this thing gets resolved quickly.

11/06/2007 5:39 PM  
Blogger James said...


I love the SCC pilot. Hope they push the show through.

You did a great job keeping the good stuff from the movie, while still making it somehow fit into the timeline.

In all honesty, I didn't expect it.

Nice touch with the inside jokes too.

11/06/2007 6:38 PM  
Blogger glassblowerscat said...

You're back! Welcome back.

Now that you're not working, I trust we can expect more.

Good luck with the strike. In 20 years when I finally sell a script, I'll need the negotiations to have turned out well.

11/06/2007 10:54 PM  
Blogger Eleanor said...

I missed you. Glad you're back!

Let us know what happens as you walk the line? All news gratefully received.

I hope the strike ends quickly, and favourably, so everone can get back to earning a living ASAP.

I'm with you in spirit, even if my body is stuck in the UK.

Best of luck!

11/07/2007 3:09 AM  
Blogger The Minstrel Boy said...

good to see you up again josh. hope your health issues are worked out. glad you got at least one episode of SCC in the can.

i admire your stance. pencils down means just that. good for you.

i was involved in a musician's strike in vegas many moons ago. we hung tough, then the IATSE joined us. then the bartenders. what gave us the win was the truck drivers.

find a good non chain greasy spoon and schooze some truck drivers. if they stop. it all stops.

residuals are life dude. i'm hoping somebody making a sign remembers the big catch phrase from that good/bad movie the legend of billie jean

i would honk long and loud to see a sign that said simply

Fair is Fair

the writers aren't asking for the sun, moon and stars. they just want something that is fair.

11/07/2007 8:08 AM  
Blogger James Patrick Joyce said...

Just yesterday I was wondering if you planned on waiting the entire year.

Welcome back. And good luck.

11/07/2007 8:50 AM  
Blogger Pappa Bear said...

A quick resolution would be nice, but I don't think so.

11/07/2007 10:49 AM  
Blogger J.B. said...

Welcome back, welcome back!

11/07/2007 11:01 AM  
Blogger Adam Fontana said...

Fuck yes, welcome back. Please keep us updated.

And good luck! I will be in the guild one day and I thank you for taking a stand. I will be joining the picket lines tomorrow (and as often as possible) to show my support. Maybe see you out there?

11/07/2007 2:21 PM  
Anonymous Maestro said...

If I'm moving my decimal point correctly, one $80k car would cover an 8¢ residual on one million DVDs.

11/07/2007 2:56 PM  
Blogger MaryAn Batchellor said...

Gate. 80K car. Fat guy. Middle finger. If he was wearing a tu-tu and my Mom was sitting on his lap with Freddy Fender blaring from the radio, the nightmare is complete.

11/07/2007 3:23 PM  
Anonymous Xtina said...

Huzzah to your blogging re-entry!

I'm *not* a member of the Industry, and not much of a t.v. fan at that, but I have *always* loved your blog writing and was sad it disappeared in 2007.

But my boyfriend had a premonition that you would return to the blogosphere with the onset of the Writer's Strike, so today I checked on a whim, and lo and behold you're back! Poor fortune (literally) for you and your Monkey peers, but good fortune for us blog readers.

Please please please keep us updated with your perspectives from the front lines, as they're muy insightful, provocative, and appreciated.


11/07/2007 3:50 PM  
Blogger janthonyjackson said...

yay. the infinite monkey has returned. to throw feces at the zookeepers. Good luck to ya. If I wasn't on the unregulated cusp of the industry [internet video-non network affiliated], I'd try to do something helpful. In lieu of that, I just try to keep every other blog I frequent informed as to why the writers are striking, and not the company line. Which is quite absurd bullshit.

11/07/2007 4:18 PM  
Blogger Danny said...

Friedman's back! The studios don't stand a chance.

11/07/2007 4:44 PM  
Anonymous Craig said...

Just wanted to let you know that I support your striking 100%. Hopefully the big suits will come to their senses sooner rather than later and realize that they're going to save a lot of time, money, and goodwill by just giving people what they deserve.

There is no way screening an entire program online is "promotional," as an example. Run five minutes of it, and then say "for $2 you can see the rest," and pass some of that $2 along to the people who made the show happen? I can understand that.

Is there anything we as fans can do to show our support? I'm selfish; I want as many Sarah Connor episodes as possible this Winter, and I'm sure a lot of others on the internet would agree.

Check my web link if you get a chance, by the way... I think (or hope) you'll like what you see.

11/07/2007 5:08 PM  
Blogger Julie O. said...

As a newly-qualified, near-member of the WGA, thank you, Josh.

I hope this ends soon and that your show and crew recover fully.

11/07/2007 5:25 PM  
Anonymous Chinaski said...

You're back!

I had a feeling there might be brain activity here again with the strike up, so I came by to check pretty much every day for the last week or two. Kind of strange, but I missed the writing and shit.

I ain't no writer, but I wear sweatpants and walk around the house like you do and I'm behind you all the way (don't worry, I'm all the way back in London, so not literally behind you...what with all the blog-stalking and all, there's a chance there for misunderstanding).

Good luck with the strike and do just give them the finger right back when they pass you by in their righteous German motorvehicles.

11/07/2007 5:34 PM  
Blogger Danny Ackroyd-Isales said...

I'm sad with the mess that you're in with the strike, but I'm thrilled you're blogging again. Please try not to stop this time?

11/07/2007 6:14 PM  
Blogger Patrick J. Rodio said...

Hope this gets cleared up soon. Looking forward to the show.

11/07/2007 8:05 PM  
Blogger wallflower said...

The beautiful Josh Friedman is back beautifully capturing the faces of this strike in one beautiful brain fondling post!

Missed you, and well-said, as always.

No. Fuck YOU, assholes.

11/07/2007 8:26 PM  
Blogger CMAC said...

Gates 4 - 5 were pretty lame, but gates 2 & 3 had it going ON. The little stoner chick from KNOCKED UP was leading the war cry this afternoon, lotsa voice from that lil thang.

11/07/2007 8:27 PM  
Blogger kiwidebra said...

Well, at least I can be glad that the strike gave you time to post again. I'm at Paramount's main gate and so far no bird-flipping executives but an awful lot of chanting, which I can't seem to get into either. I don't think chanting is natural monkey behavior.

11/07/2007 9:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There is mixed feelings on the Crew of SCC.
Many support you. Keep the faith!

The fight is bigger than residuals - for the studios, its about recognition of jurisdiction over internet content distribution. This is the first move in trying to draw the line and break the Guild's and Unions.

If they prevent recognition of any of the Entertainment Unions as having jurisdiction over internet content, then they will be in a position to block them all.

Then you will see a reversal of the release strategy: First - create and release the content on the internet. Then, use television as a " Promotional" tool for their internet content. (Which will not require Guild or Union crews)

The money at stake in compensating Writers for internet use of the content they create is small potatoes. This is a move to break or at least greatly weaken the Guilds and Unions.

That is the message that needs to get out -

Go! Fight ! Win!

11/08/2007 9:36 AM  
Blogger Pappa Bear said...

Copy this link into your browser. Eisner's comments on the strike are on target.


11/08/2007 9:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Josh,

I'm fully in behind the WGA strike and hope the writers get what they want (and rightfully deserve).

That being said, if THE SARAH CHRONICLES doesn't survive I'll consider it no great loss. Josh, while I think you're talented, I hated the pilot. I also can't help thinking that this is just another attempt by a screenwriter who's bankrupt of ideas simply trying to ride some else's (in this case James Cameron and Gale Anne Hurds) coattails to the bank. Do we realy need an unnecessary TV show that cheapens the legacy Cameron built (just as T3 did)? See the new Bionic Woman as a prime example.

Sorry if this comes off as harsh but as a filmmaker/screenwriter I feel that the studio's money and your creativity would be better spent on original projects. Otherwise it seems you're just part of the Hollywood "lack of creativity" problem.

11/08/2007 4:08 PM  
Blogger Danny said...

Hey Anonymous,
If Friedman didn't helm the SCC, someone else would have, and we would have been left with an inferior product. Sure, FOX is overmilking one of its great properties, but blame them not Josh.

11/08/2007 5:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ohhhh, Mr. KOTTER!?

Welcome back, Dogg. Good to hear-er, yeah, hear from you again.

11/08/2007 7:41 PM  
Blogger Brett said...

Hallelujah, huzzah, and hooray -- this is a moment of joy in an otherwise glum run of days.

11/08/2007 8:01 PM  
Blogger Adam Fontana said...

another post, please! how did the picketing go today?

11/08/2007 8:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

first visit - read the whole thing, loved it! thanks...i'll be back. Were you at FOX today? It was a great showing of support. Bite that hand - it only feeds you enough to keep you hungry! Bastards!

11/09/2007 2:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Best of luck to all the members of the WGA. There are lots of us all across America who support your efforts.

Thanks for walking the line for those of us too far away to make it ourselves.

11/09/2007 5:36 PM  
Blogger Jameson said...

One every ten months or one every twenty months, I'll still be here. Brain death will never come!

I hope when you get back to your toddler she's still in the form you left her. Saw a very nice promo the other night, and I'm looking forward to it.

Keep standing, chanting, and standing. You're fighting for far, far less than you deserve, but it would be truly criminal if you all didn't at least win that.

11/09/2007 7:02 PM  
Blogger Robert Green said...

i'd like to take the end of our conversation from last night and print it here verbatim.

cleverly, i didn't record it.

good to see you back in the virtual world, it suits you at least as much as the real one.

and SCC rocks.

11/09/2007 9:20 PM  
Blogger Crackpot Press said...

Rock on with your badself. My girlfriend's sister has been striking as well and has been feeling terrible about the people who have been fired (not laid off FIRED) because of the strike.

So if you are feeling bad, just remember... the writer's didn't fire anyone. The studios did.. long before they had too.

11/09/2007 10:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I heard your name on NPR last week and thought, “Nah…” A few clicks later -- why, yes; and I was impressed to read of your accomplishments. Next up: the clue to #34 across of today’s New York Times crossword puzzle: “'Floral' film of 2006 with Josh Hartnett and Scarlett Johansson.” So I complete the crossword puzzle -- my pre-snooze routine when I'm not reading something terribly interesting -- and find myself unable to sleep tonight due to my own workplace-related writing problems. What better time, then, to chime in here at none other than “I find your lack of faith disturbing” to let you know, in case you ever did wonder, that I knew exactly who you were when/as you filled out that application on a clipboard – ah, those were the days; doesn’t make a strike seem so bad now, does it? – in the summer of 1988. So much was known but not said; so little said and unknown. You handed the clipboard back to me, I thanked you politely, and that was that. So, then, Josh of the back row in geography class, good luck with the strike and all things worth fighting for on this map, in work and in life.

11/13/2007 12:03 AM  
Blogger Godsbane said...

You're just blogging again because you have itchy digits from not writing. Am I right?

Hah, you think this is a long time to leave a blog? Mine was last updated in April... '06

If yours has reached brain death, mine has died, decomposed, turned into crude and had a war started to get it into some guy's SUV.

Somehow, though, I still knew to check your blog. Fight the good fight, Josh! I'll continue to switch off all the shows "streamed direct from the U.S." Mainly, Viva Laughlin... Not sure what good that'll do for you from here in Australia.

11/13/2007 12:24 AM  
Anonymous Reint said...

Hey! There you are (yeah, I'm a week late to the party, sue me. No, wait... don't.)

Good to have you sorta back, sir.

11/13/2007 1:24 AM  
Anonymous Peggy Archer said...

Glad you're back and I hope this all gets resolved very soon.

11/13/2007 1:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Didn't Arnold say FUCK YOU, ASSHOLE in Commando?

Good luck with the strike, Josh. Keep on blogging!

11/14/2007 9:36 AM  
Anonymous eddie said...

Somebody unlocked his cage. :-)

11/14/2007 2:17 PM  
Anonymous santos said...

wonerful and welcome back, Glad to see you

11/15/2007 11:26 AM  
Blogger jon spencer said...

Glad to see you posting again.
Now I get to read another screenwriter, http://janeespenson.com/ who is also walking the line.

11/19/2007 6:04 PM  
Anonymous redsimon said...

Glad to read a new post. Welcome back Josh.

11/21/2007 2:14 AM  
Blogger me said...

Not told to "Fuck You" on a regular basis? Why not become a teacher? Even those of us from small, Northern Ontario (that'd be in Canada, don't you know)towns hear that fairly regularly. Imagine teachers in CA can hear it on a regular basis.

Does everyone who posts on your blog know you personally or do they all just sound that way?

Anyway, glad you're back. Entertaining to read, even if it is only a few times a year.

12/14/2007 6:16 PM  
OpenID orbie said...

"You got me runnin' but I can't see you comin, baby.'"

Blissful Queen
by Veruca Salt


I listen to this and I picture the title sequence to the Chronicles.

1/01/2008 2:35 PM  
OpenID aylara said...

Hooray! I was watching the Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles pilot and I saw your name and I thought, "That guy's name is really familiar..."

Glad you're back. :)

1/16/2008 10:26 AM  
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5/07/2009 1:17 AM  
Blogger ELRanchoVegas said...

Joss, You are a genius. I can't say enough about "Dollhouse"! Seriously dude, I am sitting here trying to figure out if the tears running down my cheeks are from laughter or sadness. Either way, the blog is brilliant and I bow at the altar of your intellect.

8/01/2009 3:47 PM  
Blogger So_Gorramn_Cute (moderator) said...

With the recent Halycon Bankruptcy fiasco going on, one must ask... What about Bartleby Co.? They were involved don't THEY get a cut of the 'proverbial cheese"? WTF?
Plus even IF the show COULD return WHICH as You may already well know, WE ALL WANT, even with Summer heading to Dollhouse AND being on a new show called "Good morning Rabbit", written by a former writer of Yours, hadley klein, It's not like MS.GLAU DOESN'T have the time to return, and reprise her great role as both Cameron Phillips, as well as Allison young. i can tell by several interviews as of late that shge really wanted more character developement on the series. apart from her the last few episodes were as epic as season one IMO. (and maybe the opinions of others as well) Fact is mr. freidman, You left a loyal fanbase hanging off a cliff with no bottom in sight.
It WAS said awhile back ago that SYFY was interested in picking it up, but that's old news. Sorry I had to reach you this way, but I'd no choice. TSCC MUST RETURN AND WITH THE ORIGINAL CAST. No comics either cuz IT'S JUST NOT THE SAME!!!! a DVD MOVIE OR MADE FOR TV MOVIE WITH THE ORIGINAL CAST JUST LIKE WHAT JOSS WHEADON DID WITH FIREFLY...SERENITY. and that goes DOUBLE for you WHEADON.
and the whole FANS WANTING IT OFF THE AIR DUE TO LESS SUMMER things is just complete and utter BULLLLLLLLLLSHIT! IMO We wanted More Summer YES and also Negative effects of her presence? WHAT THE FUCK?!!!!! Honestly, ppl. IMO How the fuck can you not like. (Yes i know everyone has their own personal tastes and all that but c'mon, did ya have to be dicks about it?). Cmon josh If WB gets the rights to the franchise PLEASE JUMP ON THE CHANCE AND GIVE SUMMER A CALL NO BETTER YET EMAIL CRISTELLE AT SUMMER-GLAU.NET since you mentioned awhile back that you "LOST HER CELLPHONE NO."
I ain't buying it.

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