They're articulating feelings that they don't know how to articulate yet, but a teenager can relate to that and an adult can relate to that.

They were just smart business moves to make. This network is a bit more agile and competitive when it is a smaller group.

We're trying to make this a little bit of a hotter network, a little bit of a younger network.

A month from now, when many of our shows will have premiered, there's going to be a bit of a shift perceived by the viewer. What you need to see is sprouts coming out of the ground.

Bruce has been a big supporter of the network from the beginning, and he's always been great to work with.

I'll be more specific. ...This year the show will lose $16 million for The WB, and that's with a license fee reduction from last year. At least to us, that's a big number.

The show will lose $16 million this year.

As much as we all love the show, we do have to run a business.