The finale of Sacha Baron Cohen's Showtime series Who Is America? went out with a shocking ending as the comedian attempted to coerce a murder confession from OJ Simpson, who went on trial in 1994 for the murders of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend, Ron Goldman.
Former congressman Barney Frank was a skeptical guest on the finale of Sacha Baron Cohen's "Who Is America?". Da Ali G Show ran for three seasons on both Channel 4 and HBO, and involved segments featuring Cohen doing stunt interviews in disguise as his three signature characters of Ali G, Borat Sagdiyev and Brüno, all of whom eventually received movie spin-offs. It's only when Monaldo made a stabbing motion that Christina recalled Simpson's face.
After Christina left the room, Simpson told Monaldo that she was "gorgeous". During the interview, which aired Sunday, Simpson apparently thought he was talking to an Italian playboy for a show called "The Diamond Life of Gio". Simpson awkwardly laughs at times and repeatedly yells, "Stop". "And he wants you to tell him".
Who Is America? is airing now on Stan.
"Me and you, we got something in common", Cohen's character said, per THR. Of course, that didn't stop Simpson from repeatedly mentioning how lovely she was.
"Cut cord extra long - oh too long", Simpson said, playing along.More news: Fernando Alonso reveals six Red Bull offers
While the said segment did not make it to the show, Cohen did give a special shout out to the former Republican vice-presidential candidate. For this particular installment, Cohen disguises himself as Gio Monaldo in order to sit down with former National Football League player, actor, and convicted robber, O.J.
Simpson yet again professes "I didn't kill anybody", but continues to laugh it off and joke with Cohen's character.
In case you are a mere tween, totally ignorant or were fortunately sheltered from the heart-wrenching spectacle of the OJ Simpson case, we'll sum it up briefly.
Sarah Palin did not appear in the show, despite getting a credit on it for helping promote it with her complaints about being pranked by Cohen.
"Well, first of all, she wasn't my wife", Simpson responded.