The Industry (aka Suits, Ad Monkeys,
National Board of Directors of SAG and AFTRA
Why we're still on strike
reached: Smoked gouda to be included on bargaining
table cheese tray.
not yet satisfied:
shots must be increased 10 percent, to 8.8" x 11".
will now count as 10 lines, rather than a sound effect.
for saying, Its not Head and Shoulders.
Its new and improved Head and Shoulders.
burden of proof for "I Can't Believe It's Not Butter"
to reasonable doubt it's not butter.
compensation for auditions in which casting director
says, What the hell was I thinking? What
the hell were you thinking? or Okay, send
your daughter in.
dried smoked pig ear on set at all times (Taco Bell
of voice-over pay structure. For some reason, under
the current system, 50 percent of wages are automatically
garnished to James Earl Jones.
more use of the word garnished during contract
talks. Most of us have to say that enough during the
to cold cock any director who, during cereal commercial
shoot, utters the phrase, I need a little more
will not, under any circumstances, share a dressing
room with an animated character.
right to sing show tunes on the picket line, even after
the strike is settled.
employer contributions to union health plan for coverage
of collagen and St. John's Wort.
to say, I'm Tim, I'll be your waiter this evening,
and I'm seeking representation. Even if we are
not seeking representation.
percent over scale if script calls for use of invented
adjectives such as lemonrific or minivantastic.
(This item is non-negotiablicious.)
cracks about Charlton Heston's hairpiece, in support
of our union brothers in Local 796 Artificial
- You break
the strike, you bought the strike.