I can certainly understand your feelings here. Seems no real motive exists at the corporate level other than the fricken bottom line. It is, however, an excellent show, with a heavy concentration on the music and soul of N'awlins...and much of the producers' proceeds did go to aiding the homeless musicians there. I believe one or two of the writers live in the city still, and have family in the area, so were able to help in the best way they had....intimate observation and chronicling.<quoted text>
I couldn't watch it, honestly. I appreciate what they were trying to do, but ultimately, the networks wanted to capitalize on the suffering of the New Orleans residents. That's what it came down to, honestly..
Actions ALWAYS speak louder than words.<quoted text>
Some friends and I are planning to head up to Texas and try to help out, this week. I'm just a sculpture, but I can hand out food and blankets or something.
Good on ya!!