All-American girl was an 1994 ABC one sitcom.Themes often revolved around Margaret's desire to live a wild lifestyle and her parents' disapproval. Also in the family was a zany (but wise) grandmother and Margaret's over-achieving medical student brother Stewart.
Last Episode01x19 Young Americans Aired: Mar. 15, 1995
The final episode of All-American Girl is actually a pilot for a new and never-relized version of the show.
Margaret waits for a call about …
Series Fun Facts
- This show became famous for Margaret Cho's battle with ABC executives which ended in the show's cancellation and her subsequent health problems. Cho used her own material but executives kept…
[show]This show became famous for Margaret Cho's battle with ABC executives which ended in the show's cancellation and her subsequent health problems. Cho used her own material but executives kept making changes in an effort to boost ratings but resulted in bad critical reviews which commented on the show's constant shift in tone and characters. Cho later said that she was approached by the network to drop a great deal of weight in a very short time. She was also told that she was not acting Asian enough which resulted in the hiring of an Asian consultant. All the Asian characters were dropped from the show in order to make Cho stand out but then Cho was accused of acting too Asian. These constant changes led to the show being canceled after only one season. After the show was canceled Cho suffered kidney failure due to the rapid weight loss and spiraled into drug and alcohol addiction. She eventually got clean and her problems with the show has become material for her stand-up act.
- Amy Hill is only 15 years older than Margaret Cho who plays her granddaughter.
- According to Cho, ABC executives suggested "East Meets West" and "Wok On the Wild Side" for the show's title.