Things I Overheard While Talking to Myself by Alan Alda
That voice! I listened to this on audio and couldn't get Hawkeye Pierce out of my mind the whole time, especially the scenes where he's just pouring himself a martini from the still in his tent and about to hold forth on some ridiculous army regulation, or outrage regarding Frank and Hotlips. The intensity of his voice is the hallmark of those scenes; I just didn't realize he speaks so passionately in real life too.
Oh man, I miss M*A*S*H.
Anywhoo, this book is endearing in its own right but a little heavy on the warm-fuzzies. I was hoping it would be more about Alan Alda himself but it was mostly a compilation of graduation speeches he's done over the years for various schools. Not bad, just not exactly what I was expecting.