Roger is overjoyed to discover that Steve's new book is all about him - until he finds out that it paints him in an unflattering light.

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Francine Smith (voice)
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Steve Smith (voice)
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Hayley Smith (voice)
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Kevin Brougham (voice)
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Roger is overjoyed to discover that Steve's new book is all about him - until he finds out that it paints him in an unflattering light.

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The salon Francine goes to is called "Curl Up & Dye," the same name as the salon in the movies "The Blues Brothers" and "Earth Girls Are Easy". See more »

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The book Roger throws on Steve's floor disappears and reappears between shots. See more »

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Francine Smith: Anything for me?
Stanley Smith: Just a postcard that says your hair looks like crap. Hey, it's from me.
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The One With Steve's Book...
7 July 2015 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I really love this episode. It's funny, it's entertaining, and it's all about Roger and Steve. I just love it so much. It's definitely one of my all-time favorite episodes from this season.

In this episode, Stan tells Steve his dream of writing a novel, and Steve decides to write his own one. He writes about Roger, and it becomes a hit. But then Roger finds out that he is portrayed as a drunken slob, which he is, he gets very upset. And Steve becomes obnoxious and pretentious with his newly-found fame.

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Best part of the episode: Anything to do with Roger.

Overall, I give this episode an 8 out of 10, which in my ratings book is: Awesome.


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