Well besides the obvious comedic theme to all three profiles, there are many similarities I noticed between them all. The one that I thought was most notable is that they all commence with the meager beginnings of all three profilees. I wouldn't go so far as to say that each one's story started with failure, but none of their success was attained early on in their careers, therefore their stories are that of ascension. We get a lot of their background and personal details, which really gives us a sense of who each one really is. Yes, they are all comedians in their own right; however, their stories drastically differ from one another. Another comparison that I found was that although we are afforded details about almost every aspect of each subject's lives, there seems to be one event or occurrence that really "makes" each person. Larry David: Seinfeld (and in part Curb Your Enthusiasm), Sarah Silverman: The Chink joke, and George Meyer: The Simpsons. Each respective event tends to be the central point of each profile and its what you'll remember them for after finishing reading about them. I loved the fact that I really got a good sense of who each person was and I believe this was because of the details, however minute, that were given about them. Out of all of them, I think I liked the Sarah Silverman piece the best. Not only because of the content (she's crazy, lol) but I think because I actually knew who she was. Once it was said she was Jimmy Kimmel's girlfriend, I was like, "Ohhhh...that's who she is," and then all the Jewish stuff made sense, lol.