Breaking! Could bite-sized—but volatile—DreamWorks Animation head Jeffrey Katzenberg be a secret WGA sympathizer? An operative reports from the Warner Bros. picket line: "Funny story today from the WB Gate 2 strike lines. Jeffery Katzenberg was pulling into the lot in his black Prius right in front of a bunch of us. Someone recognized him right away and in an act of God, he hit the red light. A lot of us starting shouting at him (not hostilely, in good humor) asking for just a leeettle bit of internet money. Trapped at the light, he gave us a few "whaddya gonna do?" shrugs, then right before the light changed we got a thumbs up from him! (at least I thought they were his thumbs) A good omen, right?" While the thumbs-up could be a sign that he's not totally unnmoved by the WGA members' plight, we don't know what business brought him to the WB lot; perhaps he was there to join his fellow moguls in a dark ritual in which the evil cabal sips from chalices brimming with the blood of previously defeated writers that's been aging in the Warner Bros. water tower since the 1988 strike, renewing their oath to win this latest war at all costs. Under those circumstances, the seemingly friendly gesture could be interpreted as somewhat less encouraging.