In booting out national exec director Doug Allen last week SAG's leaders may have resolved one bit of tension, but the guild isn't likely to become any less divided.
Some observers, and even insiders, question the guild's longterm viability.
After a year of battles over the contract (which expired June 30), some board members' skirmishes with Allen and prexy Alan Rosenberg, strained relations with sister guild AFTRA and questions over a strike vote, many SAG members--including some high-profile stars--are exhausted.
And fed up.
The long run without a contract raised fears that SAG could erode, with many …