^Once again for those too slow to grasp what I am saying here. Larry WAS on the payroll, which is how he got my friend onto the set. The source of wherever the info said he wasn't is in error. And I NEVER said that JMS committed any "acts of theft or plagiarism". That is all on you guys. What I said is that JMS did write the broad strokes, which were all the major story beats, which is why he got the writers' credit. But he had a whole staff of writers who worked on the scripts to flesh out the ideas he didn't. Which is a very common practice in television and film. There are often writers who go uncredited. It is nothing new. So stop trying to put words in my mouth and reading things that aren't there. And if you don't believe me, fine. Just drop it and get back on topic. Jeez, is this really THAT big of a deal for you JMS fanboys?