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Aug 6 2013, 10:48 AM
- May 6, 2010
I agree wholeheartedly. It's just a fact in the business world - those companies that learn to be flexible with their employees on things like work schedule tend to have lower turnover, higher morale and better productivity. A production of a TV show is no different. To the degree they can make it work and not sacrifice show quality, Days absolutely should do what they can to accommodate the schedules of the actors they want to retain. It's just good business.
- Aug 6 2013, 07:58 AM
- Aug 6 2013, 06:23 AM
- Aug 6 2013, 06:11 AM
I think someone is back tracking a bit and I'm fine with it. Lets face it, if this show goes out if their way to accommodate Sweeney and her 7 million projects they can do the same for Chandler, although I think they shouldn't do it for ANY actor, the fact they do it for one should open up opportunities for them to do it for others.
If it means he'll stay, I'm all for the show accommodating Chandler.
That's how I feel as well. The show should do what's best for the show, including accommodating actors, if necessary. It might not be true, but I've heard that Days has lost some wonderful younger actors because they weren't willing to work with their schedule, like other soaps have, and its been to the show's detriment.