The strike officially ended.
I'm surprised that after writing hundreds of articles about the writers' strike, journalists never realized they are actually... writers. Sure, maybe a different kind of writer, but a writer nonetheless.
If anyone should strike for wages, it's the classic journalist. Snobby L.A. screenwriters, at least the ones striking, are making upwards of $200,000 a year. These journalists are reeling in the big bucks... earning around $30,000 a year.
I'm just glad Scrubs is back.