Korean-American comedian Margaret Cho gives Lil' Kim a run for her money on The Notorious C.H.O., a hilarious raunchfest recorded live at the hallowed Carnegie Hall on January 16, 2002. Cho pulls out all the gloriously tasteless stops over 90 minutes and two discs, segueing smoothly through jokes about doing her part to "help" rescue workers at Ground Zero in the wake of the tragedy of September 11, 2001; her first colonic; the search for her G-spot; and, of course, her mother. Cho focuses on the new rules of sexual politics, as illustrated by her seemingly hyperactive sex life -- she cracks jokes about every sex act imaginable, revealing each and every hardcore detail, short of naming names. The show seems to be part of Cho's ongoing one-woman crusade to bring sexual empowerment to the masses, but especially to the women and gay men who make up her adoring core audience. Smart, fearless, and downright nasty, The Notorious C.H.O. is new-millennium feminism at its best -- and funniest.