Sit, Ubu, Sit: How I Went from Brooklyn to Hollywood with the Same Woman, the Same Dog, and a Lot Less Hair
A sports-crazed kid from Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, Gary David Goldberg never imagined he’d end up in Hollywood, let alone make it big there. But as a twenty-five-year-old waiter in Greenwich Village he met Diana, the love of his life; followed her out to Northern California; then moved in and never moved out. He also, without realizing it, put himself on track to found UBU Productions (named after his beloved Labrador retriever) and become a successful creator of such family sitcoms asFamily Ties,Brooklyn Bridge, andSpin City.*
InSit, Ubu, Sit, award-winning writer/producer Goldberg tells the mostly upbeat, sometimes difficult, and frequently hilarious tale of his improbable career and the people who have filled it.
A love story and a rare behind-the-scenes look at the entertainment industry,Sit, Ubu, Sitproves that it is possible to be creative and successful while holding on to your integrity, your family, and your sense of humor.
*with Bill Lawrence
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Goldberg used to write for television (from The Bob Newhart Show to M*A*S*H), and it shows. His memoir is not unlike a typical sitcom, oscillating between funny and annoying. At its best, it's a well ... Read full review