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|May 1 2008, 12:10 AM|
I disagree -- to an extent. I care, sometimes, about reading the stars' personal stories, but can't stand, under almost any circumstance, reading a writer's personal life. Why? Because I'm spoiled by the JER interviews of old. He would just UNLOAD everything, he'd get into the characters' minds, the stories, talk about the writing process, "Passions," how he can't drive a car because he'd be too preoccupied wondering what lives every passenger around him lead, etc. That's what I want from writers. I'm fascinated by that stuff. it's not that I don't care, and I did appreciate the bangs anecdote in this entry, but I love Dena's work this go 'round, think she's doing a great job, and yet I still wish her blogs were more like 60 percent "Days," 40 percent personal, or even 50/50; I'd even settle 40/60. But there's not much reason to read her blog, on an NBC site, no less, if she doesn't talk about the show. Primetime writers spill more secrets on their blogs than she has so far! This is her time to shine in the blogosphere; she should use it.
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