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February 23, 2004

Actors: Stay Away from South Park

The Screen Actors Guild is a union of actors. Like any other union, it's power lies in its ability to restrict the supply of labor. Working on South Park is a no-no, a "RULE ONE VIOLATION" no-no, because the show doesn't provide "SAG wages, benefits and conditions of employment." What happens to those who commit a Rule One violation?

Members who violate Rule One could be required to appear before a Trial Board conducted by a group of their peers. A Trial Board has the authority to Discipline to impose fines, suspend, or expel a member from the union.

Why does a Soviet show trial come to mind only without the obligatory execution?

This information will only swell the ranks of "South Park" conservatives.

"You Will Respect My Authority!!!"

Posted by Sean Hackbarth in Culture at 11:48 PM | Comments (0)