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This release includes three Margaret Cho titles:I'M THE ONE THAT I WANT: Revered for her crass in-your-face style, Margaret Cho is a stand-up comedian with a sharp and biting wit. She jokes about everything from homosexuality (Cho calls herself a "fag hag" because she loves gay men) to the way her mother mixes Eastern and Western cultures (Cho is Korean-American.) I'M THE ONE THAT I WANT tells the amusing story of Cho's career as a comedian while providing enough live on-stage footage to give audiences a taste of her truly funny, inspiring outlook.REVOLUTION: Having established herself with a candid stand up act that revealed many intimate details about herself, Margaret Cho returns to the stage in REVOLUTION for another bout of hilarity. Tackling topics such as sex, child birth, politics, her mother, Thailand's red light district, and a whole lot more, this is a great way to witness the Cho magic as she weaves it in front of an enraptured crowd.NOTORIOUS C.H.O: Trash-talkin' comedian Margaret Cho, famous for her one-woman shows, her tough but also feminine image, and her awareness of social issues, returns to the screen in NOTORIOUS C.H.O. THE MOVIE, directed by Lorene Machado. This follow-up to Cho's successful 2000 show I'M THE ONE THAT I WANT continues to test the boundaries of irreverent humor while raunchily celebrating the explicit personal anecdotes of its star. Cho fearlessly tackles a wide variety of issues with equal parts sarcasm, heart, and pride. Nothing is sacred. She takes the audience on a wild ride that includes colonics, fisting, and sexual fetishes and revisits some of her favorite topics including gay rights, body image, and self-esteem issues. Cho revels in facial expressions, and fans of Cho will remember her riotous impression of her traditional Korean mother (whom viewers finally get to meet!) In NOTORIOUS, she continues to use her cartoonish expressions to remark on and highlight her candid humor with hysterical results. Cho has an uncanny ability to celebrate diversity, she is a self-proclaimed "fag-hag, Korean-American, bisexual", with biting humor and very little sentimentality. NOTORIOUS C.H.O., which takes its title and inspiration from the fearless ladies of hip hop (think Lil' Kim), once again proves that Cho is a first-rate comedian who ranks up there with Sandra Bernhard, Richard Pryor, or George Carlin.