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Janet MaslinPeter Lefcourt does for Hollywood what Christopher Buckley does for Washington: stick pins in all the right places. Each of them writes comic novels that mix uproarious mischief with an inspired sense of the absurd. In the case of Mr. Lefcourt's latest, the idiocy of reality television provides the dartboard. The genre was not cracked up solely to suit Mr. Lefcourt's purposes; he just makes it seem that way.
— The New York Times