In a victory for the Writers Guild of America, a National Labor Relations Board judge has rejected an NBC Universal complaint that the union illegally hampered the production of Web episodes of such TV shows as "The Office" and "Heroes." NBC had alleged that the guild pressured "show runners" ? writer-producers who oversee shows ? to refrain from overseeing the writing of "webisodes." The network contended that the work was covered under existing labor agreements, whereas the union contended that writers wanted to negotiate fair terms for the extra work. The judge ruled that there was no evidence the union "restrained or coerced" the show runners, recommending that the complaint be dismissed.