I have to admit, I’ve never really watched The Office. I mean, I watched it on occasion in college, and I saw some of the recent episodes with Catherine Tate, but that was about it. If you had asked me who Mindy Kaling was, I probably would have scrunched up my face and been like “she’s…that one girl…on The Office?”
But now that I’ve read her book, I might have to start watching it. Okay, maybe not, but I’ll probably catch a couple episodes of her new sitcom. I really enjoyed this book. It was part memoir, mostly just candid chatting, and I loved it. It felt like Bossypants’ younger, more hyper sister. There’s nothing really deep or thought-provoking that I took from it, but it was a really fun and funny read, and it makes me want to check out her blog.
I’ll probably read it again, especially if I’m just in the mood to pick something light and enjoyable for a quick read.