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Desperate housewife Eva Longoria Parker took some flak on Tuesday for crossing picket lines to go to work - while a bevy of other TV stars, like Old Christine's Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Wanda Sykes, didn't. "I understand she is in a really tricky position, but it would be awfully nice if she'd said she wouldn't work today," the New York

Daily News quotes Louis-Dreyfus as saying. "She's certainly in a financial position to be able to say that." Longoria at the end of the shoot day tried to make nice with striking scribes by delivering pizza and explaining, "We are done [filming available scripts] and we'll be on the lines supporting you." Alas, ELP's gesture was rebuffed with such chants as "No justice, no pizza!" and "This isn't the piece of pie we meant!" (Not quite on par with "Marcia's cross and so are we," but... ). - Ben Katner New to our Strike Watch blog: " Lost May Be Lost Until February 2009 " Strike KOs Two and a Half Men, Six Others; Big Brother Fast-tracked " Network Exec: Even a Week-long Strike Will Impact the Season " Smallville Ready to Fly with 15 Episodes