Sharknado 5: Global Swarming will premiere on Aug. 6 on Syfy.
“I'm not dealing with it well emotionally, but artistically, it's a nice shot in the arm,” the comedian told BuzzFeed News.
Klingt komisch, ist aber so.
“Seek out strong women to befriend, to align yourself with. To learn from. To be inspired by. To collaborate with. To support. To be enlightened by.” —Madonna
Rachel Dratch! Alan Cumming! RuPaul! Margaret Cho! Snatched!
"I love you Twitter, but please get it together. Stand up for your users who deserve better."
“I’ve already witnessed her be President for 8 Years”
"...It does make you stupid."
"This is why I usually discourage three-ways because three-ways are usually a bad idea."
Though they're separated by decades, TV's two Asian-American family sitcoms have a lot in common. For one thing, their subjects don't like them.
“I've always wanted to ejaculate, but that has never happened,” Cho, host of All About Sex, told BuzzFeed News.
"I am from this culture. I am from this tribe. And so I'm able to comment on it," the comedian told BuzzFeed News about her controversial bit at the awards show.
Watch Aisha Tyler, Jack Black, Margaret Cho, Eric Stonestreet, and Kristen Schaal get "Tacky."
In a personal essay the bisexual comic explains why gay celebs need to leave the closet. "Outing is only wrong if you think there is something wrong with being gay."
Kenji Oshima's essay originally appeared in My Diva: 65 Gay Men on the Women Who Inspire Them, edited by Michael Montlack.
"I don't get conservatives but I have had friends who are (!) and we just argue and then I storm off. But we're all just people anyway."
Margaret Cho's Mom.
This morning, Margaret Cho helped explain to Barbara Walters what a "G spot" is, and why she got an injection there, pantomiming cunnilingus in the process.
A blog about Asian moms who say the darnedest things.
She has a new show called The Cho Show and it seems like she's everywhere lately.
In song format! Complete with lyric sheet.