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Just as Poehler needs no introduction, her book doesn’t need much of a summary. It is exactly what you would expect from a comedian’s memoir, and I don’t say that as an insult. It’s hilarious, and charming, and full of rambling anecdotes of a trained sketch writer. What I will say is that if you decide to read Yes Please, please oh please, listen to the audiobook. It is narrated by Poehler herself with cameos from Seth Meyers, Patrick Stewart, her mom and dad, and more. Sometimes, during her narration, Poehler laughs at herself and it’s impossible not to giggle along. Reading her words rather than listening to them would be a crime.
Poehler is not only funny in her book, but honest and vulnerable as well. I took long treadmill walks with Yes Please playing in my ear buds, surreptitiously wiping away unexpected tears. But like the compulsive comedian she is, Poehler doesn’t leave you down for long and just as I was moved by a story, she’d end it with a punch line. With all my sudden outbursts of laughter and tears, my fellow gym patrons probably thought I was unstable, but I had a blast nonetheless.
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