They say that familiarity breeds contempt. Often, the quickest way to hate someone is to live or even work with that person.
We all often envy the charmed lives that actors lead and with good reason. However, imagine spending every day with the same group of people for months at a time. Television schedules are hectic, working at a breakneck pace that leaves little time for anything else. Sure, this shared existence can create a surrogate family, with actors forging lifelong friendships. But it can also lead to tremendous resentment and foster feelings of hatred, rather than affection.
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