In those days on film it was so overpowering to watch the action. You didn’t wanna be talking abstractly about something on your narration that didn’t have anything to do with what you’re seeing. That’s one of the first rules, even when you’re lecturing, you gotta talk about what people are seeing and not be too abstract because the animal is so powerful. People are gonna think about it and look at it, and not listen to what you’re saying. So we would often… I did some of the writing and, but you’d have to really write and comment about what was being seen. I think that’s one of the things that Don Meier was smart to do. He would time the time between the commercial breaks and the half hour length of the show.