MELISSA BLOCK, Host:
Tina Fey was the first woman to run the writer's room at "Saturday Night Live." She riveted the late-night crowd with her impersonation of a certain Alaska governor. She created the hit NBC sitcom "30 Rock," and she's just come out with a book titled "Bossypants." Fellow comedian Janeane Garofalo has our review.
JANEANE GAROFALO: Anyway, it is difficult to be a woman or a person of color in the entertainment industry, but this book is not about that. Tina Fey is part of a generation of women who have changed the face of comedy at Second City, "SNL," sitcoms and film, in front of and behind the camera, and that is my book review.
BLOCK: That's actress and comedienne Janeane Garofalo, reviewing the book "Bossypants" by Tina Fey.
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