Here We Go Again: My Life In Television
A MEMOIR OF BETTY WHITE’S FIRST FIVE DECADES ON TELEVISION—AS IRREVERENT AND IRRESISTIBLE AS THE BELOVED ACTRESS HERSELF
BETTY WHITE first appeared on television in 1949 and has gone on to have one of the most amazing careers in TV history, starring in shows such as Life with Elizabeth, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, and The Golden Girls, among many others. She is one of the h...more
Her humor, positivity, and effervescence radiates throughout the entire book.
I couldn't put it down -- in fact, I read all but 40 pages in a weekend of travel.
If you are even REMOTELY interested in old television, buy this imm ...more
And, when she spoke about feeling defensive when attacked by those feminists at the Television and Broadcast Convention, I was SO on her and Jayne Wyatt's side! "Go, ladies!", I thought. Personally, I thought the feminatzis were being stupid-- the roles of wom ...more
This is the third Betty White book I have read and was pleasantly surprised with the writing style/content. In comparison to White’s other books which feature antidotes and inspirational stories/advice; “Here We Go Again” is more of a mem ...more
I was surprised to find out about her relationships prior to the love of her life, Allen Ludden. It was wonderful to read about their special relationship and how much they love ...more
I felt like I was sitting having coffee with a friend, hearing all the news first hand. What a pro, what a down-to-earth person, what an exemplary success story. All because she kept following her passi ...more
I was happily surprised that there wasn't language in this story. Betty can be gruff at times and knows how to swear like a sailor. Betty has a long legacy in TV. She started on radio, moved to commercial spots, then got her break into TV and ...more
My favorite parts were about her romance with Allen Ludden, whom she met while a ...more
White is light-hearted, almost entirely cheerful and upbeat, expressing very few heartaches or resentments, though she doubtless had plenty of both. Only a few really stinging memories, like the poor behaviour of the nurse on her husband's d ...more
It is a very comprehensive look at Betty White's career television. It was a interesting surprise because I had no idea to what extend she was on or involved with the television industry. However, after reading this you might as well called her the "Eve" of television. She was involved from the beginning of its invention into the ...more