The Los Angeles Times today ran an article called "ShowBiz Interns in Legal Spotlight - UNPAID interns are suing companies quoting the Fair Labor Standards Act. In any case, within the article, I found this : "A posting for an unpaid internship with "Rush Hour" filmmaker Brett Ratner's RatPac Entertainment said duties would include "Xeroxing, running errands, research, filing and sorting, dubbing tapes, temping on assistants' desks, answering phones, reading scripts and writing coverage (summaries of scripts)." A similar posting at Green Hat Films, the production banner of "The Hangover" filmmaker Todd Phillips, described duties including "reading scripts, writing coverage, answering phones and other office tasks." http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/envelope/cotown/la-fi-ct-hollywood-... Highlighted within the article was a box titled "The Intern Life" that included the following assignments: making coffee, cleaning the office kitchen, taking lunch orders and picking up take-out, assembling office furniture, booking flights and limos for actors. One has to wonder when on earth they even get the time to read scripts and write coverage! Some of us probably suspected that people with NO experience whatsoever (and certainly less experience than most of us here) where deciding our fates but here it is in black and white. And we're not supposed to have an attitude about that? Who's ready to shout: "I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take it anymore!"