Despite a new offer of cut up hot dogs in tomato soup for lunch, the writer's guild decided Friday to continue their strike.
Bud "Honey" Redspeth said late last night after negotiating for nearly an hour with producers, "all of the writers love hot dog soup. In fact, I myself have cut up hot dogs into little tiny pieces, pieces that you could hardly see, and added them to tomato soup. That way you get the flavor of the hot dogs, but don't have to worry about the little pieces slipping out of your mouth when you eat, but this is not enough for us to come back".
There have been rumours that some writers may return under certain conditions, even if the strike is not settled. Some are asking to be allowed to put their heads under the Slurpie machine at the 7/11 across the street, other small groups want free access to the toilet, without paying for extras like rectal specialists to determine how much they owe depending on what they made.
As the strike enters its fourth week, some of the writers and producers had to go home, because the toilets at Burbank have been closed. Some have gone to the gas station across the street. But the guy makes you drink your entire soda right there before you can get your deposit back, so some writers have asked the International Brotherhood Of Artificial Bladder Makers (IBABM) to help out.