I must confess that I have never watched The Sarah Silverman Program and I do not follow Silverman closely. I do, however, enjoy reading comedic memoirs so I picked this up from the library. I wouldn't say that I disliked this book, but I did not overly enjoy it either. I think perhaps it is more geared towards hard-core fans of hers. It was a bunch of random stories from different stages in her life-many of which involved her show. For a large part of the book I felt the stories were entirely all over the place. I wish there had been some sort of timeline involved in the way the stories were ordered at the very least. While I don't mind crude humor, I do find her to be a tad disgusting at times (such as the inclusion of a photo of a man's penis in the book--I'm shocked that even made it onto library shelves!). Overall, I walked away still liking Silverman, just not impressed by her book.