Trade Ed. Audio Renaissance 2004
CD ISBN 1593975384 $19.95 Three CDs
DD ISBN $13.97
As author and reader, Mohr delivers this blow-by-blow account of his time as a performer and writer on "Saturday Night Live" (1993 to 1995) with a mixture of self-pity, self-importance, and petulance. An example of his humor would be a welcome respite amid the ups and (mostly) downs of a self-absorbed wannabe who is over his head in a pressure cooker of a job and reacting badly to the heat. The closest we get are discussions of a sketch that failed and another he stole (for which SNL was sued). He doesn't even give advice to aspiring comics. The result is unfunny and uninteresting. W.M. (c) AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine [Published: DEC 04/ JAN 05]
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