I'm a big fan of Tina Fey from her old SNL days. I thought that she and Amy Poehler had the funniest news team in all of SNL history, so I was excited to hear more about what it was like there and to learn more about her life.
I was disappointed that there weren't more SNL memories or even that much about Tina Fey's life growing up. Don't get me wrong, this autobiography is hilarious and a lot of fun, but I just wanted to know more about her life. I wouldn't have minded more behind the scenes peaks into SNL either.
Overall, this audio book is fun and a quick listen. (Though it did seem at times that Tina was talking really, really fast. For example: when she read the title of the chapter-if the first sentence of the chapter was the same phrase, it sounded like she made a mistake and read the line over again-there was no pause between the two.) I thought I would easily enjoy this more than Amy's audio endeavor, "Yes, Please", but to be honest? I think I liked Amy's better.