OJ Simpson squirms as Sacha Baron Cohen calls him a 'lady-killer'

Tuesday, 28 Aug, 2018

In the segment, which took place in Las Vegas, Gio introduced his girlfriend, Christina, who pretended not to recognize Simpson.

The "Who Is America" segment is dedicated to Baron Cohen's dogged persistence in getting Simpson to admit to the double murders that he has sworn up and down that he did not commit. "I want to send her on a private helicopter tour over the Grand Canyon - oopsy daisy!"

"Hey, hey, hey", Simpson said.

"Maybe I send her on a bungee jump. oops, the cord!"

"Cord extra long", Simpson offered.

Cohen, as Monaldo, also says he wants to be introduced to Simpson's defence lawyer, Johnnie Cochran.

Gio then asks Simpson to tell him "how you got away with it", referring to the death of Simpson's ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson, and the former National Football League player says, laughing, "No, I didn't kill nobody".

People doubted him, but in the first season of his new TV show, Sacha Baron Cohen brought the fire week after week.

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"Stop, man, Jesus Christ!" said Simpson. Simpson immediately denied the accusation, saying, "No, I didn't kill nobody".

For fans of the series, the question is asked with hope: surely Cohen and company generated more than seven episodes' worth of material while pulling off these stunts, right?

His sensational show "Who is America?" continues to fill us with immeasurable nachas (and anxiety.) He strategically chose notorious figures to target with sly barbs and sharp-edged guile.

"You weren't charged, so good for you", said Simpson.

"We want you to be completely truthful with how you got away with it", Cohen pressed on as Monaldo. Now that it's reached its totally-final conclusion, what do you think we learned, if anything? You know, it's not what it sounds like. "In Italian, it translates to, uh, somebody who, uh, murders women".

"I didn't kill nobody", Simpson added.

Comedian Sacha Baron Cohen appeared in two films in 2016 and then disappeared from screens for two years, laying dormant as he planned his next move.