Sacha Baron Cohen Jokes with O.J. Simpson About Killing Women

Sacha Baron Cohen Jokes with O.J. Simpson About Killing Women

Darren Sullivan
August 28, 2018

Sacha Baron Cohen's undercover show ended its first and only season without airing a highly anticipated interview with former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R). The new series on Showtime involved similar ideals including segments with Bernie Sanders, Dick Cheney, Joe Arpaio, Jill Stein, and other divisive figures. Sunday was the show's season finale, and Cohen tweeted ahead of the episode that the series would not return for a second season.

A trailer for the final episode of Who Is America?, which features a clip from the encounter between Sacha Baron Cohen and OJ Simpson. troll former Congressman Barney Frank, telling the outspoken Democrat that the infamous "Access Hollywood" tape had been edited in a conspiracy against President Trump and that Hillary Clinton took part in "pizzagate". Frank eventually walked out of the interview after Ruddick suggested that the notation "Child - Free" on one of the restaurant's receipt meant that the pizzeria was giving away children.

After Christina's exit, Baron Cohen, in character, confessed to Simpson: "She's gorgeous, but sometimes I want to kill her". OJ Simpson, whose fame originally stemmed from his athletic career but later became notoriety after he was accused of killing his wife and her lover, was the subject of a circus-like murder trial. "Oh my God! Nice to meet you!" "We had been divorced and separated for two years". He added: "I want to send her on a private helicopter tour over the Grand Canyon - oops-a-daisy".

"Cut cord extra long - oh too long", Simpson said, playing along.

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Simpson was lured in for an interview in Las Vegas for Monaldo's fake show about the rich and famous called "The Diamond Life of Gio" - which describes the 71-year-old as a "women's rights activist".

"Me and you, we got something in common". Monaldo fails to elicit a confession from Simpson, who says that he "didn't "get away" with nothing".

Gio asks to be introduced to Simpson's defense lawyer, Johnnie Cochran (who died in 2005), and Simpson says, "I would have to introduce you in the afterlife".