Yeah, I that's exactly what I was thinking that it was finally making sense out of all that happened in the nineties. But I thought Friendly and not so friendly the part in the book about the rivalry between Jeff Moss and Joe Raposo was a really fun part of the book. It was a rivalry in a Harvard-Princeton rivalry sort of manor. Another part I found quite interesting was how how Micheal Eisner, after his relentless suit after the sesame street characters, on day come in with army of lawyers and raided and launched a full scale assault for a hostage takeover to gain ownership ship and control of the Sesame Street Characters in a final show down between him and Cooney. And it was amazing how and just plain old dumb luck and the right connection and the right place at the right time and She won and Disney backed off. They were were really lucky. But he ended up really lucky. But it ended with him screwing over The Henson Company in the end. But it all just comes together so well in the end and it really ends on such a beautiful note. I just love the ending. It's like justice for Jim or as as if Jim had some how help things to work out from a far morally in the end. Also thought was interesting were all the bouts in the early days that they had with the feminist and how CTW made sense about how trivial is was and to come after an easy target like a kids show when there a a lot worse linages out there on commercial the commercial television landscape that are being targeted at children of all things. In other words, there were a lot more deeper, important, pressings matters for them to fight... And it also delves into their concerns being a lot of the reason Zoe was made. But not only that, but she was created for all the wrong reasons and was the first puppet to completely change the way that characters were developed from that point on. It was the total opposite and I have to say rather disgusting which Fran Brill really hit on the note about. And the way they did it and dumped it all of her was cold and disturbing as well. I'm glad she pulled back after a point and too the time do develop the nurture the character and make it her own and one that people can actually care about. It almost seemed worse then what went into the creation of Abby and it was the start of it.