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Date Posted: 01:14:28 03/13/07 Tue
Author: Theresa
Subject: With kids, it is the quantity of time as well as quality when they're growing up. I know what it's like to work non-stop and not have enough time. If he's working 12-16 hour days, he can spend all of his free time with her and still only see her for a few hours while she isn't asleep. We don't know his relationship with her. What we know is that his work schedule was tiring and the hours were long. Long enough for him to have regrets for spending that much time at work. Kathy, do you want to spend that much time at work? Even if your job is the world's best? I know I don't.
In reply to: Kathy 's message, "If that's what he meant, then that's how he should have worded it. He was being rude and spiteful as he has been often of late. And what was his problem on the weekends and holidays they had off for spending time with his daughter. It's not the quantity of time, but the quality of time spent. Apparantley he didn't spend any time with her when he was at home either. He dropped the ball on his relationship with his daughter and shouldn't blame Jag for that. I would say maybe he needs to quit focusing so much on himself and focus on his daughter and family." on 17:21:52 03/12/07 Mon

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[> [> [> [> [> [> [> The schedule is the same for hundreds of other actors Theresa, and they do it and don't complain. They bring there kids on the set during down time, in between takes and also have down time to go back to their trailers. They also have a few months off in between seasons. -- Amanda, 21:48:01 03/13/07 Tue

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[> [> [> [> [> [> [> [> That's true, and we don't know if he did that or not. She obviously saw him on set in the trailer etc, if that's where she thought he lived. And he can complain if he wants. How does that effect anything at all that DJE wanted more time with his daughter. We got good screen time with Harm and Mac, that's all I care about. I don't care if hated every minute of it. (which we know he didn't because he said he misses his friends from the show) It doesn't change the character he portrayed. -- Theresa, 04:23:25 03/14/07 Wed

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