The January tour was canceled because of the writers strike, so the question of the Screen Actors Guild negotiations are hanging over this summer's proceedings.
During Tuesday's second session, at a panel of actors from Hallmark Channel movies, the question of a strike was raised because one of the panelists was Ed Asner, the union's former president.
Would there be another?
"I doubt it, I truly doubt it," Asner said. "The town has been fairly terrorized this year and actors don't have more guts than the average person. They realize the tremendous cost. Probably, if push came to shove, most would vote against it. I myself would vote for it, but I would be in the minority as I usually am."
More news from the press tour is at latimes.com/showtracker.