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One particularly hilarious moment came when Ken Jeong discovered that Margaret Cho, his longtime friend and the woman who played his sister on his sitcom, had been masquerading as the Poodle. That wasn't planned, but producers were pretty sure Jeong would figure it out.
"We research everybody, so we knew who knew what. That didn't bother us at all, but it was so out there, every clue was there—the LGBT, San Francisco, stand up—all the clues were there. We thought, there's no way. Everyone's going to figure this one out, and they didn't. We just don't know, you don't know, and he was honestly floored, gobsmacked, everything. It was great. That was like perfect, a perfect moment of TV history," Plestis said.
No one warned Cho that Jeong was one of the panelists, so she discovered it when she walked out on stage.
"It was great because I think it's one of those things like, it's so obvious, but you're like, oh it can't be, because it's too obvious. Maybe he was thinking, oh, they wouldn't cast somebody that's that close to me," Cho told us.
Ken may never live it down.