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Friends are central to the book, but Kaling doesn’t write about friendship in some sappy, girl-power kind of way.
In the end photo, she’s smiling in a gorgeous fuchsia dress that the stylist had to rip down the back and alter with canvas.
Kaling nails this at the very end of her book, in response to the mock question, “Why didn’t you talk about whether women are funny or not?
” “I just felt that by commenting on that in any real way, it would be tacit approval of it as a legitimate debate, which it isn’t,” she writes.
The play was named best of the New York Fringe Festival 2002, and went on for successful runs in New York and L. From there, Kaling describes the series of events that lead her to write for .
Her reverence for friends never falls behind, though.
In the first chapter’s Q & A about the book, she answers the fake question “Why isn’t this more like Tina Fey’s book? Believe me, I’ve tried.”Another golden moment is where Kaling describes the two weeks where she was a guest writer at , working with the likes of Fey, Amy Poehler and Kristen Wiig, but fails to produce any hit sketches.
“I had spent the last four hours trying to write a sketch where Bill Hader was a pregnant female cat,” she confesses.The friends she made in college, namely Brenda Withers and Jocelyn Leavitt, (candid photos of said friends pop up throughout the book), become her first roommates in post-college New York.They settle for Park Slope’s cheap neighbor Windsor Terrace: “We could afford it, Prospect Park wasn’t too far, and people already assumed we were lesbians, so we fit into the neighborhood right away.”Joining the legions of young people trying to balance day jobs and creative dreams, she and Brenda (who often spent their one-hour-a-day of creative time debating whether or not after it falls from a ceiling tile.(Never having to wait in line for brunch, ever, is a level of fame that Kaling would like to attain, by the way).is akin to befriending Kaling for two hundred pages and basking in her sincerity and humor.Looking at beautiful Kaling, though, you’d never know. I was so impressed just to read about Kaling that I took for granted throughout the book how hilarious she is.