Yes, Please

poehlerWhat could be better than a hilarious book, by a hilarious women, read by that same woman?  It was like driving around with a witty friend beside you in the car telling stories.

Poehler’s stories give insight into the world of coming up through the ranks in comedy and behind the scenes at Saturday Night Live.  She bounces back and forth between the industry and talking about her sons and motherhood.  There’s no doubt that it’s scattered, but it’s very funny.

I don’t know that I liked this book as much as Bossypants, but it’s a fun book to read.  I recommend the audio book (except the last chapter, which is read in front of a live audience).


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