If you ask me, there’s nothing more fun than picking up a celebrity memoir and trying to figure out what’s real and what’s embellished. Or you can play “count the name-drops”—such as Tori Spelling’s utterly random story about Katie Holmes’s terrible singing voice in her latest, Spelling It Like It Is (that’s the one where she shares how broke she and Dean supposedly are—it’s very “poor little rich girl” but still riveting). The show Celebrity Autobiography takes the genre to its maximum conceit by having actual celebs read from the works of other celebs. Tonight’s lineup includes Scott Adsit, Mario Cantone, Rachel Dratch, Eugene Pack, Dayle Reyfel, Jennifer Tilly, Alan Zweibel and creators Eugene Pack and Dayle Reyfel, along with special guests, whose identities you’ll have to show up to discover. Read More
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