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Bob Odenkirk‚Äôs had a pretty far-flung and epic entertainment career: from Saturday Night Live writer to Mr. Show mastermind, to scene-stealing low-rent legal eagle and star of his own critically beloved cable drama. But what drives the Emmy winner‚Äôs constant transformations? What well does his comic energy draw from? Whence the ‚Äúgod damn its,‚ÄĚ Bob?

Fans may finally get an answer, with The Hollywood Reporter reporting today that Odenkirk has sold an untitled comic memoir to Random House. Described by Odenkirk as a ‚Äúcomic bildungsroman‚ÄĚ‚ÄĒand then further described as ‚Äúdefined by Webster‚Äôs Dictionary as ‚Äėa novel about the moral and psychological growth of the main character,‚Äô except this will be more memoir and the main character, Bob Odenkirk (actor, writer, comedian, gadabout), doesn‚Äôt grow morally or psychologically‚ÄĚ‚ÄĒthe book will presumably follow in the footsteps of other comedy memoirs like Steve Martin‚Äôs Born Standing Up or Amy Schumer‚Äôs recent The Girl With The Lower Back Tattoo. No release date has been set, but we‚Äôll presumably know it‚Äôs getting close when the irate, half-coherent shouting reaches a perfect apoplectic peak.