So I just had to read this book. I recently have become obcessed with 30Rock so I was dying to read it. I didn't expect much but boy was I wrong. This was everything that I thought the book wouldn't be. It was moving and great.... minus all of the political puke (just like 30Rock so I don't know why I was so surprised)....and I couldn't put it down. Sometimes you feel like crying and then the next page you are laughing aloud! It was a great read and I would recommend it to anyone. Ps, 3 autobiographies in a month let alone in one year is crazy!!!!! Loves it!

From the back cover:

Who is Tracy Morgan? The wildly unpredictable funnyman who rocketed to fame on Saturday Night Live? The Emmy-nominated actor behind the sly and ingenious character Tracy Jordan on the award-winning hit sitcom 30 Rock, whose turbulent personal life often mirrors that of his fictional alter ego? Is he Chico Divine, the life of the party--any party, anytime, anywhere, getting ladies pregnant everywhere he goes? Or is he a soulful, tender family man who emerged from a hardscrabble ghetto upbringing and against all odds achieved superstardom, raised a solid family, prevailed over a collection of lethal bad habits, and is still ascending new heights and coming into his own? The answer is: Tracy Morgan is all that. And then some.

When he was just a boy living in the Coney Island

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