All-American Girl, the groundbreaking Comedy series inspired by the life of stand-up star Margaret Cho, brought an Asian-American family to a television series for the first time.
Originally broadcast in 1994-1995, the show featured Cho as one very Westernized Margaret Kim, a San Francisco hipster delightfully at odds with her traditional-but-screwy Korean family, and allowed viewers a comic glimpse of the culture clashes that constantly ensued. (Source: DVD Box set)
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 a job opportunity but learns that her phone service has been cut off because her new roommates neglected to pay the phone bill.