There was a period in the '90s when comedians didn't just own comedy clubs, but primetime TV as well. Networks couldn't get enough of shows built around stand-up comics. For Jerry Seinfeld, it lead to nine seasons of a TV show about nothing. While Margaret Cho's "All-American Girl" didn't last as long, it broke barriers as the first TV show featuring an Asian-American family. Both are elder statespeople of comedy today. But who was the best comedian with a sitcom? 🎭
Best comedian with a sitcom: Jerry Seinfeld or Margaret Cho?
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