Written by Williams' friend Itzkoff, there is much interesting information but felt somewhat like a puff piece spending large amounts of time on congratulatory material, but sometimes unquestioning or absent discussion of questionable behavior. E.g., "sexualized outbursts" directed at women on the Mork and Mindy set, such as "goosing" Mindy's "sweet old lady" grandmother with a cane, groping costar Pam Dawber's breasts and "ass," taking off all of his clothes while she was doing a scene, blurting out risqué riddles instead of scripted dialogue. This is in the book chapter titled "The Robin Williams Show," where it is made clear Robin was the alpha dog of the series.
Heads up when listening to audiobook, generally well read but reader badly mispronounces "Marin" throughout reading.
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