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A novel that does for TV what The Player did for the movies. A consummate TV insider, having produced and written shows for all three major networks, Hauck presents a hilarious attack on the schemers and maniacs who fuel the American myth machine. Hauck's credits include Valerie, Maude, and MASH.
Hardcover, 238 pages
Published June 1st 1993 by William Morrow & Company
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A comic novel about the people involved in making a TV sitcom. There is a lot of funny material in this easy to read book. I don't think there is much depth to it, but it has its funny moments. Set in late '80s LA sort of dates it, too. A book with a theme of celebrity culture had too many dead celebrities in it.