Lots of them. It's like she was in my head!
Laughed lots and lots. So familiar and comfy to listen to her voice.
I laughed through this entire book - Tina is the wittiest and downright funniest person I've ever had the pleasure of listening to. What a great gift to a runner...I actually had a smile on my face the entire book! The best!
Fairly low honestly. There have been so many great ones.
It was an autobiography-ish book. Real life just isn't that funny even if you are Tina Fey.
Tina. She was entertaining and did make me laugh. Just not what I expected entirely.
No. This was a book that I listened to when there wasn't anything on the radio.
Kind of entertaining but don't expect to be rolling on the floor. It's just not going to happen. I admire Tina's accomplishments but she's more fun on tv.
Author of three books with infused companion songs. Multimedia is the new way to tell a story.
Tina Fey is a great reader.
Maybe, depending on the content.
Well told and recorded. Tina has a great speaking voice.
No, i listen while bike riding and divide it into appropriate chunks.
At one point tina says, "If you're a man, well, thanks for buying this book." I think it should have been more obvious that this is a story targeted strictly for women. I expected more gender-neutral comedy, and less about old-fashioned maxi-pads, fashion, and maintaining a woman's body. I expected more like the SNL political insert.
Eventually, yes, but there are probably chapters I'd skip the next time.
30 Rock, The Movie
Picked this one up from the "Your First Listen" recommendation when I signed up and was not disappointed. Tina Fey is hilarious and has a talent for finding humor in the mundane, and turning the truly funny into a side-splitting tale.
I read a lot, oftentimes professionally, oftentimes not.
I've only seen a few 30 Rock episodes and my knowledge of TF's work on SNL is limited to the Sarah Palin sketches that went viral. When I bought Bossypants I was looking for something smart and funny. It worked. There's more SNL/30 Rock backstory than I expected, but Fey puts these events into context and uses them to reveal a pervasive sexism in comedy. My 8 year old son listened to a few minutes and declared, "Do you have more of those busy mom books? I like them. They're pretty funny." That said, it's grown-up humor. If you do let your 8 year old listen to the book, you might have a lot of explaining to do.
I am a married 54 year old mother of 2 adult kids and 2 yorkies. I love cruises and audiobooks!
I did not read the print version, but having Tina Fey as the narrator I would have to say yes. Only SHE could have read this book and made it this funny.
Her comedic timing and her impressions.
Yes, I may have to listen to it again sometime soon.
I laughed out loud so many times while listening to this audiobook. I hope she does another one.
The blantant honesty.
Tina is my favorite character. I love the way she thinks and how honest she is.
Sometimes she talked very fast and then would drop off in a mumble. I listen in my car while I commute and that made it hard to hear and understand her sometimes.
I laughed over and over again.
If you like Tina Fey you will love this book.
Can't say I'm a huge fan of Tina Fey before this book, but I have to say after listening to this book I can see why she survived in such a male dominant world of comedy, especially a comedy writer. The story is more of a biography, with some very witty and undoubtedly funny words from Ms. Fey. I find myself laughing out loud at times, which is hard to do listening to an audio book. The storyline is not particularly interesting, but the performance of Tina Fey definitely helped tremendously with the quality of this book. If you are looking for a lighthearted easy listen, you can't go wrong with this book. It's good to take a break from all the thrillers I listen to most of the time.