We don't often link to book reviews here at TMZ, but Christopher Buckley's latest review of Chris Miller's book is so good, it's worthy of special mention.
Miller, you might recall, co-wrote the screenplay for the eminently quotable "Animal House" - better known to graduates of Dartmouth College as Alpha Delta Phi - and has a new book out in stores this holiday season, "The Real Animal House: The Awesomely Depraved Saga of the Fraternity That Inspired the Movie."
"His book is sophomoric, disgusting, tasteless, vile, misogynist, chauvinist, debased and at times so unspeakably revolting that any person of decent sensibility would hurl it into the nearest Dumpster. I couldn't put it down."
Now, that's a pull-quote.
Simultaneously, there's happy news for fans of Harold Ramis, who co-wrote "House" with Miller all those years ago: He's directing a special episode of NBC's sleeper hit, "The Office," which should air next month. More details are available in today's Newsday, in a Verne Gay column about how iTunes has saved the show from the scrap heap.