So Fetch: The Making of Mean Girls (and Why We're Still So Obsessed with It)

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About the Author

Jennifer Keishin Armstrong is the New York Times bestselling author of Seinfeldia: How a Show about Nothing Changed Everything, When Women Invented Television, Sex and the City and Us, and Mary and Lou and Rhoda and Ted. She writes about entertainment and pop culture for the New York Times Book Review, Fast Company, Vulture, BBC Culture, Entertainment Weekly, and several others. Armstrong lives in New York's Hudson Valley.


"The definitive story of one of the greatest teen comedies in Hollywood history. A brilliant, captivating deep dive. Hardcore fans, Mean Girls novices, and everyone in between will be enthralled." -- Andy Greene, New York Times bestselling author of The Office

"An encyclopedic look-see into the making of Tina Fey's 2004 confection. Armstrong's tome is a reminder that Mean Girls was more than just a quotable romp with an unforgettable performance by a Juicy-wearing Amy Poehler: it was a siren call to young women everywhere that turning on your sisters makes about as much sense as trying to make fetch happen." -- Lynette Rice, author of How to Save a Life: The Inside Story of Grey's Anatomy

"Get in, loser. On Wednesdays, we read Jennifer Keishin Armstrong's So Fetch, which tells the story of the making of Mean Girls, one of the last great big-screen comedies, while offering so much more. Touching on everything from Y2K-era misogyny to meme culture to the long tail of Mean Girls' impact, Armstrong's book is funny, clear-eyed, full of unexpected insights and superb reporting, and a must for any comedy fan." -- Saul Austerlitz, author of Generation Friends and Kind Of a Big Deal

"I've seen Mean Girls at least 25 times. Jennifer Keishin Armstrong is the only writer I can think of who can write a book about the film that's so engaging and painstakingly researched that my 26th viewing of the modern classic feels like a totally new experience." -- Jason Diamond, author of Searching for John Hughes and The Sprawl

"An absolutely engrossing read that will lure in even the most casual of Mean Girl fans -- which was me before I started reading! Wonderfully reported, filled with surprising revelations and details, just a total delight of a book." -- Anne Helen Petersen, author of Can't Even: How Millennials Became the Burnout Generation