This message was just sent to WGA strike captains:
The effort and energy and resolve of the strike captains and teams, on the line, in headquarters, on location, and out in the community including the blogosphere has had a tremendous impact, and been instrumental in bringing the companies back to the bargaining table. Congratulations! Of course, going back to the table is an important step; but we must not allow our effort and creativity to wane. The strike must continue and we must continue to increase our impact and message to get the best possible deal for writers and for others who will benefit from our struggle, including actors, directors, drivers, crew, etc.
Jane Espenson posted this update about today's fan day at Universal.
And if you want to send pencils to the moguls United Hollywood has organized it in a very simple and effective way, much like the "nuts" campaign that worked for Jericho. Just click here, and send some pencils.
Speculations: The show runners like Ron Moore and Carlton Cuse said they would return to their producing duties on their shows if the AMPTP returned to negotiate in good faith. With negotiations set for the 26th, are the show runners returning to work? Lets hope so, so that these two sides work out a fair and proper contract.