My rating: 2 of 5 stars
This is a book about Henry Bushkin by Henry Bushkin because he worked for Johnny Carson. It seems he wanted to explain his side of every controversial situation that involved him and Carson. Hence, the book, which tells in lurid detail the tale of Johnny: depressive, alchoholic, adulterous, debauched, and self-indulgent. Johnny also could be philanthropic, generous, and thoughtful. How can he possibly hope that Carson would have liked this book given the author's extended writing about Johnny's inability to endure criticism?
The sad life of Johnny Carson is held up to the light by a former employee who seems to be seeking revenge. Also, he loved Johnny.
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