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Amy Poehler memoir 'Yes Please' is smart, funny, a little messy
Amy Poehler memoir 'Yes Please' is smart, funny, a little messy

Amy Poehler has written a book. Called "Yes Please," it is, as Poehler fans might expect, funny, wise, earnest, honest, spiritually ambitious, occasionally self-indulgent and structurally messy. It also feels a bit overdue. So many of her friends and colleagues — Tina Fey, Mindy Kaling, B.J. Novak — have already written their books; heck, Lena Dunham just released hers, and her entire career spans fewer years than "Parks and Recreation." But as Poehler explains in her preface, she wasn't quite sure this was a good time for a book. She has been busy, starring in "Parks and Rec," hosting the Golden Globes and persuading NBC to air her...

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