|Published||1989 (Dell Publishing)|
|Pages||142 (US hardback)|
|LC Class||PN6162 .E47 1989|
|Followed by||The Shroud of the Thwacker|
The book is a parody celebrity memoir, fictionalizing the author's childhood experiences as the son of comedian Bob Elliott. The chapters alternate between father and son, with Chris telling his story of growing up with a famous father in one chapter and Bob rebutting it in the next.
- Collins, Glenn (14 June 1989). "Oh, the Horror of It! Celebrity Son Tells All". New York Times. Retrieved 26 April 2009.