I believe in the "Mucking Fuppets" chapter, Brian misspelt the name of the SNL sketch, "Land of Gorch", as "Land of Gortch". Usually, everywhere I read about the sketch it's usually spelled as "Gorch". I may be wrong, though. Anyway, I checked the book out from my public library nearly three weeks ago, and it was a spectacularly-researched biography about the life of Jim Henson from beginning to end. It definitely provided me an insightful into his personality as well as deepen my knowledge about his flaws through Jones's writing made him more endearing, tragic, and yet human. It definitely took me away from the countless movies, television series, and television specials he and his colleagues created that I commonly associate him with. It was definitely a pleasure to enjoy the involvement and input from his friends and collaborators through reading the quotes and comments from Frank Oz, the late Jane Henson, Jerry Nelson, Richard Hunt, and Jerry Juhl, Bernie Brillstein, and David Lazer among others. This goes without saying that I loved reading the behind-the-scenes production details of Sam and Friends, The Muppet Show, The Storyteller, and The Jim Henson Hour. I'm a sucker for that type of information. Towards the end, it was depressing reading the gruesome background surrounding his tragic death, but yet so inspiring with the mention of the "Just One Person" song and his enduring legacy. So, all in all, I highly recommend the biography. It's definitely one I've been hungry for quite some time. So, I tip my hat off to Brian Jay Jones for three fruitful years of research!