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In 1994, after becoming a very successful standup comedian by talking about life as a young Korean-American, Cho was picked by ABC to star in her own sitcom.
In an attempt at humor, the show was called "All-American Girl.
"I had an experience with my boyfriend where we had been drinking a lot, and we woke up in the morning, and the bed was wet, and the stain was in the middle, and we couldn't figure out who had wet the bed. It's really like an honesty in the way that I live. Then she adds, before breaking into a hoot, "He says I'm his favorite because I'm the funniest.
" Cho says therapy has helped, comparing this to what it's like for her to be onstage. " Despite all the progress, Cho admits that she still has problems with intimacy.
Now I’m going to go fall asleep at a museum.” The emails, in full, can be read here.
So I find that hot as well." "I like transmen," Cho agrees. So right now, there are a lot of different people on my [Pinterest] board and you can't really make any sort of sense of type. On that, Amber also agrees, saying, "Like Billy Bob [Thornton] is so f**kable to me." Honestly? I love that Amber Rose spoke about her attraction to trans men as a non-issue, because it absolutely is.
It sounds like a dream come true, but for Margaret Cho, it was a nightmare.
Her first comedic inspiration may have been her father, who once wrote Korean joke books.
Humor definitely helped a pubescent Cho deal with teenage angst and bullying.
But now Cho, 30, has transformed those bad times into a funny and touching show, "I'm the One That I Want," now running at the Westbeth Theater.