The Funny Thing Is... by Ellen DeGeneres (2003)
I could almost leave a rating off of this, because the rating is irrelevant. the reason for this is that some of these chapters are five-star hilarious and some were zero-star non-chapters.
A non-chapter is one which just passed and you didn't notice it, because nothing happened and if it did it was neither insightful nor funny.
And if there are things in a chapter which give me the wet giggles, that's five stars. The phrase "freshly washed monkey" is enough for me.
What does this mean? Who cares? It's comedy. I'm happy to spend time with Ellen DeGeneres, because her personality comes through even when I'm not sure what the hell she's doing.
Chronological tidbit: This book was released just before her talk show started.
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