This book is at it's best when relating hilarious personal accounts of growing up and trying to make it in comedy. It starts loosing it's edge in the second half when it dips into social commentary.
The production seems kind of rushed with some bits being almost inaudible, sometimes intentionally as an aside or punchline, sometimes like they just didn't have time for a second take.
If you are a Tina Fey fan, it's definitely worth a listen.
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