||Comedian Craig Ferguson may have been born in Scotland, but the best part of his life began in America, as he details in this memoir of his unique immigration experience. Ferguson grew up in Glasgow, which he notes was voted the "second-worst town in the United Kingdom," and while his childhood had some memorable moments, it was rather uneventful. His Scottish adult experience, marked by alcoholism, culminated when he determined to kill himself by driving off a bridge, only to be fortuitously deterred by a friend who baited him with more booze. But everything turned around for Ferguson when he hit the shores of America in 1993. After an aborted stint as a punk rock drummer, he found success as a comedian, screenwriter, and supporting sitcom star on THE DREW CAREY SHOW. By 2008, he was the host of his own late night talk show and the guest speaker at the White House Correspondents' Dinner, where he lectured before the president and caught a glimpse of the First Lady's panties. But Ferguson's proudest achievement of 2008 was becoming an American citizen, and as he continues to entertain and enlighten with his welcome blend of intelligence and wit, America should be equally as proud of him.