The trailblazing ABC comedy was the first Asian American sitcom to air on network television.
One panelist worked closely with the star and regretted not figuring it out.
The comedian sounds off on the challenges of being bi, her earliest Pride memories and more.
“We loved what you did, we just had a hard time seeing the character as an Asian.”
The comedian also sounds off on Trump and her own experience with sexual harassment.
"There's so little that people actually know about that period in my life."
Swinton used feminism to downplay concerns about race.
Two actresses we love are having a tough conversation.
They may be the most invisible interest group in American politics: secular Americans. But attendees of the "Reason Rally" at the Lincoln Memorial on Saturday, where as many as 30,00 atheists, agnostics, freethinkers and their allies are expected to attend, want to see that change.
Margaret Cho and Awkwafina brew up some truth in 'Green Tea.'