Neighbor Nat, a successful Hollywood Screenwriter, made the scene at 7th and Montana this morning, lingering long enough to share some inside perspective on the strike in progress by the Writers Guild of America against the Hollywood studios. Like many, Nat took his place last week on the picket lines as the writers collectively demanded a percentage of the profits studios make by redistributing their work on DVD and the Internet. I sympathize with the Writers on this one. Home Entertainment is the biggest Cash Cow in Hollywood, accounting for roughly 60 percent of overall studio revenue. Consumer spending on Home Entertainment software exceeds $24 billion a year in the U.S. alone, but the writers -- the men and women responsible for Hollywood's creative output -- see practically nothing of this. Even though some of my best friends are studio executives, I would join the writers on the picket lines if I could. Then, again, who wouldn't stand in line for a chance to shout "Come on Eva! Oh, Be-hava!" at Desperate Housewife Eva Longoria as she crosses the picket line ...!