No, this is binary. This is an issue where you are either with the workers on strike or you're with the rich assholes trying to exploit them, and there is no middle ground. The vast majority of writers and actors have been very clear in saying that they have authorized this strike because they simply cannot continue to support themselves under the present circumstances -- this is existential for the writers and actors. And if the studios succeed in breaking the strike, they will come after IATSE and the other unions, too. So making sure the WGA and SAG win this strike is in the best interests of the crews. And this has been explained to you. Workers' power comes through solidarity; bosses' power comes through divide-and-conquer. Ergo, the best way to undermine the workers is to sow division. Then he's not doing enough. John Oliver is literally touring the country doing live stand-up to support his crew. Maybe Bill Maher ought to do that. C'mon, man. You understand the idea of short-term interests vs. long-term interests, don't you? It's pretty simple: It might be in their best short-term interests to go back to work, but in the long term, it's against their best interests. Why? Because if they undermine worker solidarity and the strikes break, then the studios will come after them next. When IATSE's contract expires, the studios will do the same thing to IATSE that they're trying to do to WGA/SAG right now, and without solidarity from other workers, they'll win. IATSE and other crew unions will be decimated, and their compensation will become exploitative. Going back to work now is robbing future self to pay your current bills. You can't pay your bills or feed your kids if your bosses can get away with paying you not enough. Undermining a strike helps the bosses to pay you as little as they can. You're asking a very broad question that can only ever be answered according to the specifics of each person's unique situation. But I've said it before and I'll say it again: they should do whatever they have to do to survive, as long as it doesn't undermine the strikes. You can't build your house on a foundation of betraying your fellow workers. * * * Meanwhile, for all your talk of the suffering crews -- can you demonstrate any evidence that a majority of the crews don't support the strikes?