Margaret Cho–Comedian and animal rights activist

by | Sep 12, 2007

Comedian Margaret Cho–who’s not only a vocal activist in the areas of gay rights and women’s rights, but also passionate about animal rights and animal rescue–discusses the newest rescue dog to join the Cho household (and how this tiny, new member has affected the canine dynamic: by being in charge), the healing powers of animals on humans and vice-versa, how she came to be an animal lover relatively late in life and the role her friend Janeane Garofalo played in influencing her to adopt her first rescue dog, her new stage show, a burlesque-style variety show called “The Sensuous Woman,” and more. []

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COMEDY CORNER: Brian Regan’s “Whale Noises” []
MUSIC: eels’ “I LIke Birds,” Hot Club Of Cowtown’s “The Wild Dog,” instrumentals
NAME THAT ANIMAL TUNE: Elvis Presley’s ‘”(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear”

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