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I'm a big fan of Mystery Science Theater 3000. My husband found this book written by the head-writer, Mike Nelson. It turned out to be a collection of short essays on various subjects. My favorite was the section of essays on family - my favorite being the essay on how we hold on to baby talk well into our adult lives: "Perhaps you have been set back on your heels by something similar: you're talking to a mature, adult friend who has up to that point displayed no signs of dementia when suddenly -- 'I have to go,' he says. 'I have to pick up Num-Num and Pee-Paw at the airport.' Your first instinct is to subdue your friend and hold him until the proper prescription medications be administered by a team of professionals in white scrubs, but before you commit to anything, you spit out a great mist of coffee and say, 'What? What is a Num-Num and a Pee-Paw?'" A few of these essays made me laugh out loud (few books do) - but there were one too many essays, and after a while I got tired of Mike's rants (it seemed like he wrote quite a few of them at 3 in the morning and were hard to follow). A good read - but I'd recommend picking and choosing the essays that interest you, instead of reading the whole thing through.