I love Tina Fey more than it is reasonable for a heterosexual woman to love another heterosexual woman. I want to be
Tina Fey when I grow up. I think she's smart, hysterical, and successful. This book was exactly what anyone might expect. The only thing that was a slight disappointment was that it wasn't so much a memoir as a collection of essays on various topics arranged chronologically. I was kind of hoping to find more narrative stories about how she actually grew up, got to Second City and SNL, met her husband, etc. Nevertheless, I laughed so hard at this book that I both cried and peed, occasionally at the same time.