This is a decent book, funny in places, and honest. My only complaint is that he doesn't go into enough detail about what the celebs were like on the Bring Back......shows, such as the A Team and Dallas, etc... he briefly covers it but doesn't really give you any backstage gossip. Another part of the book i felt was slightly misleading, was that in the last chapter, he goes through the celebs that have co-hosted the friday night project, and what his supposed honest opinion is of them.
Unfortunately, JLC is on a charm offensive here, and tries to be as inoffensive as possible, as i have read other interviews with him and heard him on the radio where he has given much more honest and critical opinions of certain people, than he does in the book....he's even ok about Steven Seagal, and everyone knows what an oddball he is.
Other than that this book is a good read, and its written in a way that you can read a chapter, and not pick it up for a few weeks and just be able to carry on where you left off. Good times.