There's also a section with haikus about botox and plastic surgery.
He writes naked at his desk, he smacks a long-awaited late-night dinner out of a colleague's hands as soon as it's delivered, and he and Amy doodle penises throughout a sexual harassment presentation. She also says her secret to being so productive is being a "bad sleeper" from babyhood straight through age 43 — a concept that gets its own chapter. In a chapter called "Parents Just Do Understand," we get long lists of the many life lessons Amy learned from each one of them.
It was almost like he couldn't hear how loud everyone was laughing." Sadly, that sounds about right. And the Hold Steady's Craig Finn could've told you Amy Poehler would be famous.
"He was incredibly nice and painfully sensitive," Poehler writes.
"He would stand backstage and berate himself if he felt like he didn’t do a good job.
Amy used to live in Chris Farley's old apartment in Chicago.
She also worked with him a little when he came back to drop in for Second City performances.