In her acceptance speech for Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, Tina Fey announced that she was proud to make her home in "the 'not-real America'." It is perhaps that healthy sense of incongruity that makes the head writer, executive producer and star of NBC's Emmy Award-winning 30 Rock such a cogent observer of the contemporary scene. Bossypants, her entertaining new memoir, shows that strangeness has been her constant companion. Fey's stories about her childhood in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania are only appetizers for LOL forays into her college disasters, honeymoon catastrophes, and Saturday Night Live shenanigans. Most funny read of the month; the best possible weekend update.
4/5 stars (really liked it)
I love Tina Fey. I loved her on SNL, as a writer and in the show. I also loved 30 Rock. It was great to hear how she got to where was is today. I loved hearing about her early jobs, her honeymoon and her husband's fear of flying. I would definitely get another memoir of hers.