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Dec 15 2008, 06:29 PM
Dec 15 2008, 03:28 PM
I couldn't disagree more on that point. Higley rapidly and completely drained the show of all momentum built up during B&C's tenure. The loss of direction was apparent from virtually the first episode she replaced them in the credits. And the same excuses were made for her then: "NBC are interfering", "Corday has vetoed her long-term stories", "She has to keep the show in a holding pattern for JER", blah blah blah. I was inclined to give her the benefit of the doubt then but not this time. When a writer displays the same trait under no less than four executive producers (and is called on it by a 6-time Emmy winner), it's hard to swallow that the producers are the main problem.

:hail: :hail: :hail:

Thank you. I'm so tired of hearing Higley is not the problem, she's just misunderstood. There's so much evidence to the contrary.
Who said that?

She is PART of the problem but there is more to it then just her yet some can;t grasp that. It's just Higley, Higley, and, well, Higley. What about Corday? He can veto what she does. He can fire her. What about Tomlin and Whitesell> What about Ed Scott who trashed all the plans she did have for the show? We have no idea if they would be good or not but it plays a role. What about NBC? There is more to it then just Higley.

I swear some would blame Higley for global warming if they could. She is part of it but not the only part of it. I'm just saying some need to look at the whole picture and not just pin the blame on Higley because that isn't accurate at all.
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