A. Chase joy.
A. Either raising my kids or learning to drive a stick shift. It's a toss up.
A. C'mon, people. Jamie Fraser. Next question.
A. A hawk. No question.
A. Writers who abandon their duty (David Chase, writer of The Sopranos last episode, I'm talking to you) or, worse, writers who shoot to fame via a particular series then hit the big time and don't want to accomodate the fans anymore. Annie Wilkes, I think you may have been on to something.