It was very pleasant to listen to Sarah Silverman read her own book. I thought it was very fascinating on how some of her life experiences were integrated in the Sarah Silverman program. She is very opinionated and is not afraid to go in to details about any aspect of her life. It was surprising to learn of the many well known comedians that influenced Silverman's own career. If you're looking for an entertaining retrospective or just a good laugh, i highly recommend it.
former nuclear scientist
I'm not a big Sarah Silverman fan. Her gross-out comedy is just not my cup of tea. But her memoir is honest and frank, and you can tell from it that she is a genuinely kind person who has made a lot of mistakes that she regrets during a time that she maybe didn't like herself that much. As a woman, I can really identify with that. In addition, she has been in comedy for a long time, so her memories are an interesting glimpse into the comedy scene in the 90s.
It was sweet
You could definitely feel her emotion when she told stories of her past.
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I am still not a fan of Sarah Silverman's comedy (except for the Matt Damon song), but I am now sort of fond of her as a human being.
Her life before she became famous was not really that funny or particularly interesting. Jen Lancaster and Chelsea Handler's memoirs are much funnier. Sorry Sarah!
Enjoyed this book. Sarah Silverman shows what unconditional love in family is and should be. Very funny. Listened to this book twice
Great book. Sarah Silverman's The Bed Wetter is a really really really great book. I liked it so much. It was funny.
I have to confess that I'm not the biggest fan of /actual/ scatalogical humor, but Sarah writing a book about being a poop and sex jokes loving is all kinds of fun. Being a dorky kid who bloomed late and subsequently banged the rounds both cracked me up, and hit home. We're not alone! Here's to big naturals.