From a site titled "Who Represents Who," I can't help but marvel at the game of musical chairs agents, managers and publicists play out in California. Each week, the site reports on dozens switching companies and representation. Question: Why? I know Hollywood and the film industry in general is weird, but this doesn't make any sense. For such a small industry, the rate of turnover is hard to rationalize! Are they taking their clients with them when they move? Are they just plain fired? Is it a game with them instead of a way of making a living? Are they actually making a living at it, or are they just playing?