Included in the damage that Charlie Sheen's ego has inflicted is the threatened loss of livelihood for the company of people that produces "Two and a Half Men" for him. They will get paid for this season's lost shows, but it's good to remember that what most of the country calls TV shows, thousands of Angelenos call jobs. So I liked what Tina Fey — the creator of "30 Rock" on NBC — said in one of her answers to the Proust Questionnaire on the back page of the May issue of Vanity Fair.
What do you consider your greatest achievement?
Providing 200 people with a nice place to work.
A good soul. I also loved her so-true answer to what is your favorite occupation?: "Being between jobs but having a good one lined up in about a month or so."
OK, two more: After the jump.
What is it that you most dislike
"People who mock education as elitist."
What is your most marked characteristic?
"Obedience and a long nose. (I might be a collie.)"
Previously on LA Observed:
Tina Fey and Steve Martin to talk on stage *