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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 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 hardest-working actresses of any era, and her sense of humor and perennial optimism have seen her through half a century of industry changes and delighted millions of fans. Now, during Betty's sixty-first year on screen, a year in which she has enjoyed a huge resurgence of popularity, her 1995 memoir makes a comeback too. Here We Go Again is a behind-the-scenes look at Betty's career from her start on radio to her first show, Hollywood on Television, to several iterations of The Betty White Show and much, much more. Packed with wonderful anecdotes about famous personalities and friendships, stories of Betty's off-screen life, and the comedienne's trademark humor, this deliciously entertaining book will give readers an entrée into Betty's fascinating life, confirming yet again why we can't get enough of this funny lady.


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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 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 hardest-working actresses of any era, and her sense of humor and perennial optimism have seen her through half a century of industry changes and delighted millions of fans. Now, during Betty's sixty-first year on screen, a year in which she has enjoyed a huge resurgence of popularity, her 1995 memoir makes a comeback too. Here We Go Again is a behind-the-scenes look at Betty's career from her start on radio to her first show, Hollywood on Television, to several iterations of The Betty White Show and much, much more. Packed with wonderful anecdotes about famous personalities and friendships, stories of Betty's off-screen life, and the comedienne's trademark humor, this deliciously entertaining book will give readers an entrée into Betty's fascinating life, confirming yet again why we can't get enough of this funny lady.

30 review for Here We Go Again: My Life in Television

  1. 5 out of 5

    James

    A friend recommended this book to me, noting it would be a light read and likely a good break from all the mystery, suspense, murder and thrillers I generally choose. He was right, a definitely a light one, but I'm on the fence on how much I enjoyed it. I rated it a 3 because the sections I loved, I loved. But the sections I did not love, I did not love! I'm a huge Betty White fan and find myself on the lookout for anything new she stars in. I knew a lot about her career for the last 35+ years wh A friend recommended this book to me, noting it would be a light read and likely a good break from all the mystery, suspense, murder and thrillers I generally choose. He was right, a definitely a light one, but I'm on the fence on how much I enjoyed it. I rated it a 3 because the sections I loved, I loved. But the sections I did not love, I did not love! I'm a huge Betty White fan and find myself on the lookout for anything new she stars in. I knew a lot about her career for the last 35+ years when I was alive to watch it but little about anything before about 1980. I had hoped I'd learn a lot but also enjoy what I was reading. Unfortunately, it's very fact-based and felt more like a list of things that she did rather than taking me on the journey of her life. I wanted to see more about her childhood (connections to TV), a chapter on each major TV show or series she did, a section on her business and personal relationships thru the TV experience, et al. Instead, it felt a bit disorganized and jumped around a lot. It wasn't bad, just not what I was expecting and not my favorite style. With that said, once she got to the shows I watched, it was much more enjoyable. I learned a few things and felt even more connected. I skimmed the parts I didn't know much about or care much for but read with clear focus on the ones that spoke to me. And it worked out... as I write this, I feel like my review is a little disorganized like the book felt. Totally intended that way... Ha! About Me For those new to me or my reviews... here's the scoop: I read A LOT. I write A LOT. And now I blog A LOT. First the book review goes on Goodreads, and then I send it on over to my WordPress blog at https://thisismytruthnow.com, where you'll also find TV & Film reviews, the revealing and introspective 365 Daily Challenge and lots of blogging about places I've visited all over the world. And you can find all my social media profiles to get the details on the who/what/when/where and my pictures. Leave a comment and let me know what you think. Vote in the poll and ratings. Thanks for stopping by. Note: All written content is my original creation and copyrighted to me, but the graphics and images were linked from other sites and belong to them. Many thanks to their original creators.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jason Koivu

    I knew Betty White went back a few years, that she was part of the Mary Tyler Moore set, but I didn't realize she went all the way back to the very dawn of television! Radio, even! Here We Go Again (probably a reference to this being her second or third biography) is a really nice and compact look at the history of television programing, especially in the early years. It's short, which is to its merit, and it is sensibly focused on White's career, but nevertheless I learned a thing or two about t I knew Betty White went back a few years, that she was part of the Mary Tyler Moore set, but I didn't realize she went all the way back to the very dawn of television! Radio, even! Here We Go Again (probably a reference to this being her second or third biography) is a really nice and compact look at the history of television programing, especially in the early years. It's short, which is to its merit, and it is sensibly focused on White's career, but nevertheless I learned a thing or two about tv, and that's something I didn't expect to get out of a slim Betty White bio! I also didn't realize that she was such a model of feminism. I don't know for certain, but I'd be surprised to hear that she was a card-carrying member of the movement and that she marched with Gloria Steinem (certainly nothing like that is mentioned in this book), however, White did her part for women's rights simply by working. Her career came about at a time when women weren't expected to have careers. She went through two men who wanted her to stay at home in order to pursue a life in showbiz. She was good at entertaining and so that's what she did, damn what the men had to say about it. It's that kind of gumption that truly moves a movement! White never even relates her career or what she did to achieve to feminism. The whole episode is just a matter of course with her. No, what she champions, if she's going to champion anything, is animal welfare. She loves her pets, talks about them throughout the book, and has devoted her free time to animals in general. Again, it's just something she does. Never did I feel like she was saying "oh look at me, I'm such a good person for caring!". No, she simply cares for all creatures great and small. A well-balanced book, even when dealing with the truly tragic moments of her life, Here We Go Again is highly recommended to anyone interested in this lovely lady. And how can you not love her? It's amazing to think it's 2017 and she's still with us! Still able to totter out there on stage to make an appearance and even cognizant and quick enough to deliver a one-liner, and the woman is creeping up on 100! She's outliving her earliest fans. A lot of people are going to be sad when she goes, and because of this book I better understand why.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Debbie Zapata

    In this 1995 book Betty White talks about the television industry. She was involved at the very beginning, and through the years was part of many incredible, even historic programs. It has been a joy to read; one of those books that make you feel you are sitting face to face with the author and giggling over old memories. I mentioned the book to Mom, not entirely sure she would know who Betty was, since she has never spent much time in front of the television until the last few years. But she di In this 1995 book Betty White talks about the television industry. She was involved at the very beginning, and through the years was part of many incredible, even historic programs. It has been a joy to read; one of those books that make you feel you are sitting face to face with the author and giggling over old memories. I mentioned the book to Mom, not entirely sure she would know who Betty was, since she has never spent much time in front of the television until the last few years. But she did know and is now very eager to read the book herself. As for me, I am feeling a major urge to watch The Golden Girls so I will get busy setting myself up with some episodes for Dinner Theater this week. Thanks for this book, Betty! And Happy 98th Birthday (on January 17, 2020)!! You go, girl!!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Katie

    Wow -- if I thought I liked Betty White before, I'm now in love with her. This autobiography reads like a conversation -- just as I imagined Betty to write and to be. I mean, I felt like i was talking to my grandmother, my great aunt, and my best friend all rolled into one. 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 Wow -- if I thought I liked Betty White before, I'm now in love with her. This autobiography reads like a conversation -- just as I imagined Betty to write and to be. I mean, I felt like i was talking to my grandmother, my great aunt, and my best friend all rolled into one. 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 immediately. Who else can brag about being on TV for 50+ years and being best friends with Lucille Ball AND Mary Tyler Moore???? Read it. You'll be glad you did.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    I didn't like this book as much as I thought I would. This book is more of a chronology of her work in television (which the title very obviously states). I guess I just expected a little more of her sassy personality to come through - but I found the read to be mostly name dropping accompanied by some pictures. Maybe my expectations were too high, but I would only recommend this book if someone was genuinely interested in hearing about every single project she worked on 'back in the day' and wi I didn't like this book as much as I thought I would. This book is more of a chronology of her work in television (which the title very obviously states). I guess I just expected a little more of her sassy personality to come through - but I found the read to be mostly name dropping accompanied by some pictures. Maybe my expectations were too high, but I would only recommend this book if someone was genuinely interested in hearing about every single project she worked on 'back in the day' and with whom she worked. I love Betty White, so I'm willing to try one of her other books.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Mom

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Betty White is an amazing lady! I already thought she was but this book confirmed it! I love her writing style. It's so honest, direct, and humorous. There is no hopping around in time to confuse you and the pictures are in close proximity to what she is talking about. I can't wait to read the next book!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    Betty White has been an ever-present part of my television viewing pleasure for the majority of my life. I can remember spending weekends at my Grandmother’s house watching first-run episodes of The Golden Girls on Saturday nights. While I was too young to fully appreciate the show as a five-year old, I was reintroduced to the seemingly timeless comedy in college when reruns were shown on the Lifetime network. Eight years since being reintroduced to the show, I can still watch The Golden Girls a Betty White has been an ever-present part of my television viewing pleasure for the majority of my life. I can remember spending weekends at my Grandmother’s house watching first-run episodes of The Golden Girls on Saturday nights. While I was too young to fully appreciate the show as a five-year old, I was reintroduced to the seemingly timeless comedy in college when reruns were shown on the Lifetime network. Eight years since being reintroduced to the show, I can still watch The Golden Girls almost every day (and night) thanks to the WE and Hallmark networks. Call me a fanatic, but I just do not get sick of watching and re-watching the show. Watching the show now, it amazes me how progressive the writers were. The Golden Girls boldly tackled controversial issues such as race, sexuality, and ageism in a time when addressing such topics could have threatened the show’s popularity. As a result, Betty White, for me, will forever be Rose Nylund, the naïve Golden Girl from St. Olaf, Minnesota. White played the character with the perfect mix of humor, thoughtfulness and gullibility. The audience could not help but embrace her, even in her more dumbfounding moments. When I found out that White was initially tapped to play Blanche, the character known for her promiscuity, and Rue McLanahan was to play Rose, I was shocked. I could not imagine an actress playing Rose Nylund better than White and to McLanahan’s credit I could not imagine an actress playing the role of Blanche better than she. Of course, the fame of The Golden Girls came well into White’s storied career. White, as I came to learn in reading Here We Go Again: My Life in Television, actually began her career in 1949. In Here We Go Again: My Life in Television White addressed her radio and acting career spanning from 1949-1995 (when the book was initially published) and while doing so, provided insight into her personal life. For anyone who knows Betty White as an actress, the book was definitely written in her voice. Funny and sincere, White knew how to speak to her audience. As I was breezing through the pages, I felt like I was reading the story of an old friend. What surprised me most in reading Here We Go Again: My Life in Television was how many projects Betty White had been a part of throughout the years. From radio to stage to television to film, White was a workhorse to say the least. Even when her plate was full with projects, she would still welcome another opportunity if it presented itself. Talk about a person who truly loved what she was doing. In reading the book, I also came to realize that while I will always know Betty White as Rose Nylund, earlier generations may always know her as Sue Ann Nivens from The Mary Tyler Moore Show. Even earlier generations might know her from all her game show appearances and/or from the various inceptions of The Betty White Show. Sixty years after beginning her career, White is still enjoying a successful career. In her 80s now, White continues to play in memorable roles such as Grandma Annie in The Proposal and Grandma Bunny in You, Again (which, as a side note, is a movie that gets better with additional viewings). She is also still doing situational comedy, playing Elka on the show Hot In Cleveland Through these roles, White is introducing herself to entirely new generations. The fact that White has been able to stay relevant throughout all of these years is truly amazing. It is hard to think there could ever be another actor or actress that could replicate her long-lasting, successful, and impactful career. Moreover, her passion for all of her endeavors – from acting to animal rights – is inspiring. I highly recommend this book if you are a fan of White’s and/or want a prime example on how one should ideally live life. While White has had her ups and downs in her life (everyone has) she never lost her optimistic spirit or her zest for living. We should all be so lucky.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Freda Mans-Labianca

    I learned so much about Betty from reading this book. I knew she had been around showbiz forever, but had no idea what a true pioneer of television she really is. I also learned things about her love life that I had no idea about. Not that I was supposed to know such intimate details, but it was eyebrow raising information. Fans of all walks of life will enjoy this book. Told in her own words, you can hear her voice when reading. Not literally, but figuratively.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    This was a fun read! Betty White is such a witty, cheerful and hard-working person! It was fun to learn about her experiences with television over many decades and see how the business has changed through her eyes. She is such a charismatic person, and the book made me want to watch more of her shows other than Golden Girls!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ghoul Von Horror

    Everybody get your hot cocoa, blanket, and pillows because Grandma Betty is going to tell us a story. She's going to tell us about how television became a thing. I seriously loved listening to her talk about all the movies she was in and plays but she had done. How she had got her start on the radio. And at one point she even mentioned how she came to the town next to where I lived. Of course I was never even a thought my parents weren't even born when she went there so still that was interestin Everybody get your hot cocoa, blanket, and pillows because Grandma Betty is going to tell us a story. She's going to tell us about how television became a thing. I seriously loved listening to her talk about all the movies she was in and plays but she had done. How she had got her start on the radio. And at one point she even mentioned how she came to the town next to where I lived. Of course I was never even a thought my parents weren't even born when she went there so still that was interesting. I adored this book. Betty White is such a refreshing person.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jamie

    I was honestly hoping for a bit more humor in this. While it is there, it is very toned down from what I'd expect from Betty White. Although I must admit her story is interesting. She is an incredible woman and I admire her even more after listening to this. I enjoyed her perspective on show business. Especially her earlier years in it. It is a bit sporadic and doesn't follow much of an easy continuum of events. While not so much humorous, it is still easy to enjoy Betty's wit and easy banter. I I was honestly hoping for a bit more humor in this. While it is there, it is very toned down from what I'd expect from Betty White. Although I must admit her story is interesting. She is an incredible woman and I admire her even more after listening to this. I enjoyed her perspective on show business. Especially her earlier years in it. It is a bit sporadic and doesn't follow much of an easy continuum of events. While not so much humorous, it is still easy to enjoy Betty's wit and easy banter. It is down to Earth. She doesn't over glam the good, or cover up the bad. It just is what it is.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Carla Peele

    It was an interesting look at television's inception, and finally a bio that was mostly sweetness and light, not creepy tragedy lurking at half of the corners. It was just a breezy, fun read-- like having a conversation with Betty herself. 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 It was an interesting look at television's inception, and finally a bio that was mostly sweetness and light, not creepy tragedy lurking at half of the corners. It was just a breezy, fun read-- like having a conversation with Betty herself. 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 women in the 1940s-50s television were anything BUT detrimental. If anything, the shows back then showed more true equality than TODAY'S standards (in my opinion). Think about it: The households were presented as comical give and takes, Mom and Dad both got equal input into the household. Today, it's either the husband is another child and the woman goes out of her WAY to emasculate him at every turn for comic relief (which isn't that funny) or the men are complete misogynists and the women nothing but bimbos, also not that funny. Woman can be both beautiful and clever without being harpies. Men can be sexy and funny without being pigs or idiots. And, I finally understood why they went the direction they did with "The Golden Girls" finale-- because I had before always thought it was a bit too rushed of a romance between Dorothy and Leslie Nielson's character (one hourlong episode for them to both meet, court and marry?), but, as it turns out, Bea Arthur made no bones about wishing to move on, and that was the only way they could properly do a spinoff was to write her out. (Of course, for those of us who watched "The Golden Palace", we know that the spinoff was somewhat of a mistake, as did the network...) But, she spoke with such love of all of the friends she'd made over the years, and seems such a fun and warm person, who truly just had a charmed life and loved what she did. If we all could be so lucky...

  13. 4 out of 5

    Zuzka Jakubkova

    When it comes to female comedy, Betty White is a legend in a field of comedy talk shows and live-action sitcoms. In this book, she covers her TV career from Betty White Show to Golden Girls. A pleasure to read (or listen to).

  14. 4 out of 5

    Corey

    An enjoyable read by one of the great ladies on earth! Informative and fun to learn about Betty White's early career.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jo Dunn

    l *love* this "behind the scenes" look at the amazing Betty White!! Upbeat, positive, funny, down-to-earth and honest to a fault!!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Mindy

    Betty White is precious. I love her happy spirit and her go getter attitude. This is a great read!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    Here We Go Again: My Life in Television I Picked Up This Book Because: I love Betty White and lets be honest I needed something short to take me over the top for my 2017 reading challenge. The Story: As I said I love Betty White. I find her story fascinating. This particular book deals with her life in TV. A bit of her time with Allen Ludden (and other husbands). Betty has done so much in her time. She has truly seen television though its infancy to the bounding bustling busines Here We Go Again: My Life in Television I Picked Up This Book Because: I love Betty White and lets be honest I needed something short to take me over the top for my 2017 reading challenge. The Story: As I said I love Betty White. I find her story fascinating. This particular book deals with her life in TV. A bit of her time with Allen Ludden (and other husbands). Betty has done so much in her time. She has truly seen television though its infancy to the bounding bustling business today. She is such a gem. The Random Thoughts: I was shocked when she said half of the fanmail for The Golden Girls came from kids. I loved that show as a child and recently watched every episode (thank you Hulu) and am still in love with it. The Score Card: 4 Stars

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jillian

    Betty White is revolutionary. I really enjoyed this audiobook that she narrated herself. I thought I had known a lot about Betty White prior to listening to this book but I was wrong. Wow! This woman has lived quite a life and has so very many successes and adventures under her belt. I am so impressed by her and even more impressed by her humility and how down to earth she is. It would be incredible to meet Betty and have a conversation with her. I'm also impressed by how quick and articulate sh Betty White is revolutionary. I really enjoyed this audiobook that she narrated herself. I thought I had known a lot about Betty White prior to listening to this book but I was wrong. Wow! This woman has lived quite a life and has so very many successes and adventures under her belt. I am so impressed by her and even more impressed by her humility and how down to earth she is. It would be incredible to meet Betty and have a conversation with her. I'm also impressed by how quick and articulate she was while narrating this almost 10 years ago. She was 89 years old at the time and you would never know it. If you are a fan of Betty White, I highly recommend this book.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    This was a great read. I couldn’t put it down! As I was reading I heard her voice saying various quotes and I was floored by all the many accomplishments she had in her life. The world of television and movie is more lucky than I ever knew to have such a wonderful actor (and as it turns out writer!) in their world!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    I enjoyed this audiobook because it was narrated by Betty White. But I felt like she had a lot to say and just not enough time to say it. It felt kind of rushed on some of the topics. Love Betty White though!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Toria

    This was a very fun and interesting read, I knew she had a long career but didn't know it was that long! I was mostly curious about her time on golden girls as it's my favorite show but found the whole book very informative and interesting!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Samantha

    What a sweet woman. ❤️

  23. 5 out of 5

    John Cleary

    An interesting memoir about an hilarious and talented actress throughout her life in front of and behind the TV screen.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Samantha

    After 45 years working on television, Betty White shares details of her career.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    She's adorable

  26. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl

    This is an interesting look at Betty White’s life and all the different TV shows and plays she was in. It also talked about her big interest in animals. It talks more about her professional life vs her personal life.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Sara

    "Cloyingly sweet on the surface and something of a dragon underneath, with a tinge of nymphomania."

  28. 5 out of 5

    Cindyann

    Audio Groundbreaking? No. Earth shattering? No. Life changing? No. A very nice way to pass the time? YES What a sweetheart but with a solid core. You can't help but root for her. (And one more to cull from my IRL bookshelf! Go Team!)

  29. 4 out of 5

    Crystal

    2.5 stars: I was kind of let down for some reason. I mean I enjoyed her stories, maybe my expectations were too high. She's still one of my favorite female comedians though. Long live Betty White.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Orsolya

    Whether you are 9, 19, or 90; EVERYONE loves Betty White. Name one person who doesn’t and I will personally check their brain cells for defective wiring. This loveable lady opens up the story of her long-lived career in “Here We Go Again: My Life in Television”. 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 Whether you are 9, 19, or 90; EVERYONE loves Betty White. Name one person who doesn’t and I will personally check their brain cells for defective wiring. This loveable lady opens up the story of her long-lived career in “Here We Go Again: My Life in Television”. 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 memoir of White’s career from its roots to the present (the present being 1995 when the book was published). This is the first book of White’s which truly reflects on her profession and reveals Betty’s feelings and behind the scenes stories (gosh, she was /is a hard-working gal!). Thus, “Here We Go Again” is a great place to learn about White’s resume. Furthermore, “Here We Go Again” seamlessly flows with the theme of the creation and advancement of the television medium alongside White’s career. Due to White’s being employed during the entire period; the reader not only learns about White but also about television history, in general. I can honestly say I learned a lot. With that being said, there are long stretches with feel too reflective of White merely talking about her jobs versus personal emotions, insight, or gossip which results in some dry passages. However, the writing style is well-written and includes White’s much-loved humor and comedic style with intelligent flair (although, I suspect a ghost writer was involved due to the drastic difference in writing to her other books). Betty’s personality shines through in “Here We Go Again”: she is humble, talented, hard-working, and kind. The reader will not find the usual “woe is me” or raunchy tales typical in other celebrity memoirs. White truly is classy. As the book progresses, White begins to lift the veils and filters more and more versus just simply listing off her work credentials creating a more inviting (and illuminating) look at her life. “Here We Go Again” showcases several photos of Betty throughout the pages (albeit in black and white) which makes a great supplement for the reader. There were times in “Here We Go Again” in which the text or photo captions jumped from first person to third person and then back to first. Either Betty enjoys talking about herself in third person or the ghost writer theory is closer to the truth (and with poor editing). This does result in some chunkiness. I would have liked White to include her approximate age along with the stories (sometimes it is easier to imagine – and more impressive – when connecting one’s age to an event). The conclusion of “Here We Go Again” felt both rushed and weak; not necessarily leaving on a memorable or well-rounded note and therefore, being disappointing. Regardless of the ups and downs, “Here We Go Again” is a rather inclusive look at Betty White’s life in television (up until 1995). However, it is best suited for Betty White fans versus the average reader.

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