I just think that if he cared so much about his character surviving the season he should have had it stipulated in his contract and if the producers couldn't do that, then he shouldn't have gone back to the show. He'd been in the business a few years, he'd seen what happened to Charisma, he must have recognised the pitfalls. If he did not, he should have had an agent and/or manager who pointed these things out to him.The lazy part was implied in my opinion as the arguments seemed to assume that he had access to scripts before signing but didn't read them. That is an unrealistic take for this particular industry. Actors don't have that much power. Particularly not someone like Kane who's not exactly a household name.