You may be wondering what took me so long to read this book. Well, it took a while to obtain it from the library. But I'm glad I did. It's smart, honest, and laugh-a-minute. There's not much else I can say about Tina Fey, but this excerpt (from page 92) about her vacation on a cruise gives a good idea of what to expect:
It is worth noting that at this time, I had been doing Weekend Update on Saturday Night Live for two full seasons. I am not recognized by anyone. Well, I am recognized by the guy who refills the soft-serve ice cream machine by the pool, but not for being on TV, just for lingering. For O! The desserts! Rows and rows of pastries laid out cafeteria-style. Some of them are unidentifiable squares of pink stuff. I think we called it junket back in the seventies. They don't taste good; but like a schoolboy at his first coed dance, I am drawn not so much by their beauty as by their unlimited quantities.