Not leech. I'm only saying the exchange in career benefits is uneven. Or are you going to say that Oscar-winning director and screenwriter Ben Affleck gets as much out of working with Smith as Smith gets from working with him? Look, in terms of my original statement, in the case of Mewes, Garman and Bernardin, Smith did the exact same thing three times: He gave his bromance a stage, then stood (or sat) back and left the bro to keep the stage for himself, while he reacts. Yes, he's written funny scripts, but he doesn't write or produce Babble-On. Ralph does. And what show prep Fatman Beyond requires is not done by Smith. It's done by Marc. As for the funny scripts, the lines will still fail if not delivered properly, and as I've said, he's lucky enough to get talented people who want to deliver them, and his contribution to their performance is "Watch yourself here and self-correct." I don't know what else to tell you. The evidence is right up there in your initial post. Just go back and watch the videos you put up.