Tina Fey—nerd-girl hero, Saturday Night Live alum, 30 Rock writer/actor—just signed a book deal. It was "reportedly pitched as a book of humorous essays in the style of Nora Ephron," said the Observer. (Hopefully it'll be funnier than that.) Successful SNL alums doing a humor book or half-baked movie spin-off is unremarkable. But a multi-million dollar advance and the defining pop culture moment of her a-little-too-accurate Sarah Palin impression is further evidence of her gathering stardom. Also: her Google trends are suddenly off the hook.This graph can be interpreted as a.) her Google trends, or b.) all of America getting it up for Tina.