Studio executives

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Studio executives, an obscure cousin to the duck-billed platapus, were created by Albert Newton in an attempt to create a breed of money-counters who wanted to be directors but couldn't. So instead, upon reaching maturity, they dangle money in front of the faces of said directors, then withdraw it until certain conditions are met. This is commonly referred to as "back-seat directing" and is illegal in most countries and the 4th moon of jupiter, unless one has a suit, important sounding title, or lack of a spine.