Transcript for Robin Wright, Christiane Amanpour take lead after male colleagues face sexual misconduct allegations
Well, two men who lost their jobs for sexual misconduct are being replaced by women. Robin Wright will take over the lead when "House of cards" resumes filming, and pbs is hiring Christiane Amanpour to fill the vacancy from the cancelled Charlie rose show. Good. So do -- I mean, these are all good choices. Yeah, that's great. You know, and so maybe that's what has to happen. Yeah. They have to remind people. I adore Christiane Amanpour. I worked with her at CNN and she's such a gracious, giving person in terms of, you know, career and support, and I think we've heard it here at the table often, when women have power, things change for women that work for them. Sometimes. Sometimes. Like Shonda rhimes. This is going to -- this is a new -- It's going to take time. Well, it's something we have to keep reminding folks because one of the big conversations folks used to have is how women don't support each other. Yeah, right. And so maybe this, maybe if there's only us to deal with, maybe that will change. The higher you climb the less places there were for women so it almost created a culture of women saying, if one of us is staying, it's not going to be you. Like E-- so there was almost attack mode of women on women. Also the majority of the people running the place and working there are men, there's only a few slots. Is that your point? Yeah, well -- There's only a few slots, so if you have my job, I'm right behind you waiting for you to quit because there's only that slot. But if we're in positions of power where we can create other slots, that's something as women we should be -- Shonda rhimes. Like Shonda. That's what we should be doing. Well yeah. What I'm getting out of this is the fact that robin Wright wasn't paid as much as Kevin spacey for "House of cards." He was paid $5,000 an episode. She was paid 4200. She's incredible on that show. As someone who spent half my time in D.C. And works in politics, they nail so many nuances of what goes on in the beltway. It's a fantastic show. I'm just happy it's not being cancelled. It's too good a show. Yeah.
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