History Creator / MargaretCho

3rd Jan '16 2:44:40 PM StFan
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[[RecordedAndStandUpComedy Stand-up comedian]], actress, activist, blogger, and musician Margaret Cho was born Moran Cho in 1968 to a Korean family in California. Her routines often talk about her pansexuality, sexuality in general, feminism, Asian-American stereotypes, and politics. She had a short-lived sitcom called ''Series/AllAmericanGirl'' based on her life as a second generation Korean-American. The show is known for featuring the first Asian-American family on prime-time tv. She currently plays Terri on the Creator/{{Lifetime}} series ''Series/DropDeadDiva''. She also lends her voice to the stop-motion comedy ''[[RickAndSteve Rick & Steve: The Happiest Gay Couple in All the World]]''. Was once on ''DancingWithTheStars'', but was eliminated in the third round. She released a music comedy album, ''Cho Dependent'', in 2010.
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[[RecordedAndStandUpComedy Stand-up comedian]], actress, activist, blogger, and musician Margaret Cho was born Moran Cho in 1968 to a Korean family in California. Her routines often talk about her pansexuality, sexuality in general, feminism, Asian-American stereotypes, and politics. She had a short-lived sitcom called ''Series/AllAmericanGirl'' based on her life as a second generation Korean-American. The show is known for featuring the first Asian-American family on prime-time tv. She currently plays Terri on the Creator/{{Lifetime}} series ''Series/DropDeadDiva''. She also lends her voice to the stop-motion comedy ''[[RickAndSteve Rick & Steve: The Happiest Gay Couple in All the World]]''.''WesternAnimation/RickAndSteveTheHappiestGayCoupleInAllTheWorld''. Was once on ''DancingWithTheStars'', but was eliminated in the third round. She released a music comedy album, ''Cho Dependent'', in 2010.
21st Dec '15 8:48:23 AM gallium
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* LanguageFluencyDenial: In one of her early standup routines, she said this was a benefit of looking Asian; you could avoid talking to strangers by giving a shy giggle and saying "Oh, I don't know".
14th Dec '15 8:29:47 PM DesertDragon
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* {{Malaproper}}: While performing on a gay cruise, she found out the boat had a reading room and pictured a drag queen teaching people how to "read" (that is, subtly insult people).
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* {{Malaproper}}: IThoughtItMeant: While performing on a gay cruise, she found out the boat had a reading room and pictured a drag queen teaching people how to "read" (that is, subtly insult people).
14th Dec '15 8:25:49 PM DesertDragon
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[[RecordedAndStandUpComedy Stand-up comedian]], actress, activist, blogger, and musician Margaret Cho was born Moran Cho in 1968 to a Korean family in California. Her routines often talk about her pansexuality, sexuality in general, Asian-American stereotypes, and politics. She had a short-lived sitcom called ''Series/AllAmericanGirl'' based on her life as a second generation Korean-American. The show is known for featuring the first Asian-American family on prime-time tv. She currently plays Terri on the Creator/{{Lifetime}} series ''Series/DropDeadDiva''. She also lends her voice to the stop-motion comedy ''[[RickAndSteve Rick & Steve: The Happiest Gay Couple in All the World]]''. Was once on ''DancingWithTheStars'', but was eliminated in the third round. She released a music comedy album, ''Cho Dependent'', in 2010.
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[[RecordedAndStandUpComedy Stand-up comedian]], actress, activist, blogger, and musician Margaret Cho was born Moran Cho in 1968 to a Korean family in California. Her routines often talk about her pansexuality, sexuality in general, feminism, Asian-American stereotypes, and politics. She had a short-lived sitcom called ''Series/AllAmericanGirl'' based on her life as a second generation Korean-American. The show is known for featuring the first Asian-American family on prime-time tv. She currently plays Terri on the Creator/{{Lifetime}} series ''Series/DropDeadDiva''. She also lends her voice to the stop-motion comedy ''[[RickAndSteve Rick & Steve: The Happiest Gay Couple in All the World]]''. Was once on ''DancingWithTheStars'', but was eliminated in the third round. She released a music comedy album, ''Cho Dependent'', in 2010.
7th Dec '15 8:32:33 PM DesertDragon
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[[RecordedAndStandUpComedy Stand-up comedian]], actress, activist, blogger, and musician Margaret Cho was born Moran Cho in 1968 to a Korean family in California. Her routines often talk about her pansexuality, sexuality in general, Asian-American stereotypes and politics. She had a short-lived sitcom called ''Series/AllAmericanGirl'' based on her life as a second generation Korean-American. The show is known for featuring the first Asian-American family on prime-time tv. She currently plays Terri on the Creator/{{Lifetime}} series ''Series/DropDeadDiva''. She also lends her voice to the stop-motion comedy ''[[RickAndSteve Rick & Steve: The Happiest Gay Couple in All the World]]''. Was once on ''DancingWithTheStars'', but was eliminated in the third round. She released a music comedy album, ''Cho Dependent'', in 2010.
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[[RecordedAndStandUpComedy Stand-up comedian]], actress, activist, blogger, and musician Margaret Cho was born Moran Cho in 1968 to a Korean family in California. Her routines often talk about her pansexuality, sexuality in general, Asian-American stereotypes stereotypes, and politics. She had a short-lived sitcom called ''Series/AllAmericanGirl'' based on her life as a second generation Korean-American. The show is known for featuring the first Asian-American family on prime-time tv. She currently plays Terri on the Creator/{{Lifetime}} series ''Series/DropDeadDiva''. She also lends her voice to the stop-motion comedy ''[[RickAndSteve Rick & Steve: The Happiest Gay Couple in All the World]]''. Was once on ''DancingWithTheStars'', but was eliminated in the third round. She released a music comedy album, ''Cho Dependent'', in 2010.
7th Dec '15 8:32:06 PM DesertDragon
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[[RecordedAndStandUpComedy Stand-up comedian]], actress, activist, blogger, and musician Margaret Cho was born Moran Cho in 1968 to a Korean family in California. Her routines often talk about her bisexuality, sexuality in general, Asian-American stereotypes and politics. She had a short-lived sitcom called ''Series/AllAmericanGirl'' based on her life as a second generation Korean-American. The show is known for featuring the first Asian-American family on prime-time tv. She currently plays Terri on the Creator/{{Lifetime}} series ''Series/DropDeadDiva''. She also lends her voice to the stop-motion comedy ''[[RickAndSteve Rick & Steve: The Happiest Gay Couple in All the World]]''. Was once on ''DancingWithTheStars'', but was eliminated in the third round. She released a music comedy album, ''Cho Dependent'', in 2010.
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[[RecordedAndStandUpComedy Stand-up comedian]], actress, activist, blogger, and musician Margaret Cho was born Moran Cho in 1968 to a Korean family in California. Her routines often talk about her bisexuality, pansexuality, sexuality in general, Asian-American stereotypes and politics. She had a short-lived sitcom called ''Series/AllAmericanGirl'' based on her life as a second generation Korean-American. The show is known for featuring the first Asian-American family on prime-time tv. She currently plays Terri on the Creator/{{Lifetime}} series ''Series/DropDeadDiva''. She also lends her voice to the stop-motion comedy ''[[RickAndSteve Rick & Steve: The Happiest Gay Couple in All the World]]''. Was once on ''DancingWithTheStars'', but was eliminated in the third round. She released a music comedy album, ''Cho Dependent'', in 2010.
16th Sep '15 8:07:02 PM DarkMask
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* NWordPrivileges: Large debate as to whether or not she has these when she pokes fun at Asian and/or LGBT culture. One's view on the debate often makes the difference between loving her and hating her. The biggest issue with this is that despite being an advocate on Asians not being type-cast and for gay rights and equality, the majority of her Asian jokes rely on the concept of FunnyForeigners, all of the gay men she jokes about are CampGay, and all the lesbians she jokes about are ButchLesbians.
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* NWordPrivileges: Large debate as to whether or not she has these when she pokes fun at Asian and/or LGBT culture. One's view on the debate often makes the difference between loving her and hating her. The biggest issue with this is that despite being an advocate on Asians not being type-cast and for gay rights and equality, the majority of her Asian jokes rely on the concept of FunnyForeigners, all [[FunnyForeigner Funny Foreigners]], most of the gay men she jokes about are CampGay, and all most the lesbians she jokes about are ButchLesbians.[[ButchLesbian Butch Lesbians]].
16th Sep '15 8:06:07 PM DarkMask
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* NWordPrivileges: Large debate as to whether or not she has these when she pokes fun at Asian and/or LGBT culture. One's view on the debate often makes the difference between loving her and hating her.
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* NWordPrivileges: Large debate as to whether or not she has these when she pokes fun at Asian and/or LGBT culture. One's view on the debate often makes the difference between loving her and hating her. The biggest issue with this is that despite being an advocate on Asians not being type-cast and for gay rights and equality, the majority of her Asian jokes rely on the concept of FunnyForeigners, all of the gay men she jokes about are CampGay, and all the lesbians she jokes about are ButchLesbians.
28th Jul '15 2:30:09 PM Prfnoff
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* DreamTeam: On ''Cho Dependent'', Margaret collaborated with indie/alternative musicians like Fiona Apple, TeganAndSara, and AniDiFranco.
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* DreamTeam: On ''Cho Dependent'', Margaret collaborated with indie/alternative musicians like Fiona Apple, TeganAndSara, Music/FionaApple, Music/TeganAndSara, and AniDiFranco.Music/AniDiFranco.
8th May '15 8:41:48 PM nombretomado
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* ClusterFBomb: Her own swearing is average for a raunchy comedian, but she loves telling the story of a profanity-laden hatemail she got after criticizing then-president GeorgeWBush. It ''started'' with "GOOK CHINK CUNT FAT DYKE!" and got even more poetic from there.
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* ClusterFBomb: Her own swearing is average for a raunchy comedian, but she loves telling the story of a profanity-laden hatemail she got after criticizing then-president GeorgeWBush.UsefulNotes/GeorgeWBush. It ''started'' with "GOOK CHINK CUNT FAT DYKE!" and got even more poetic from there.
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