>In fact, Hollywood wouldn't let him run any show afterwards (at least
>for a while), since they take it as a sign he was either retiring as
>showrunner or committing a breach of accepted Hollywood protocol.
Actually, 1) there is no such collective entity as Hollywood, just producers
and networks and studios who work independently of each other, and 2) there
were several offers to run shows after Crusade, they just weren't for shows I
wanted to do. I don't do stuff I don't think would be fun.
I'm weird that way.
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