Sacha Baron Cohen has fooled many celebrities and politicians throughout the first season of his satirical show "Who Is America?" and in the season finale, he turned his attention to one of his most controversial guests yet, O.J. Simpson.
During the sit-down with Simpson, Baron Cohen explained he had a business partner who wanted a private meeting to discuss Simpson's ex-wife.
Disguised as an Italian playboy named Gio Monaldo, Baron Cohen awkwardly joked with Simpson about wanting to murder his own girlfriend, and tried unsuccessfully to get the former National Football League great to admit to killing his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson.
In the segment, which Deadline claims was filmed using hidden cameras, Simpson sits down for an interview with Gio Monaldo, an Italian billionaire playboy and fashion photographer played by Baron Cohen in prosthetics and a ponytail.
Introducing girlfriend Christina, she struggles to place OJ until "Gio" makes stabbing motions with his hand, despite his famous background before the trial.
"She knows that, oh Jesus", Simpson said with a laugh.
The interview was awkward and Simpson laughed and told Gio to "stop".
"The cord's extra long", Simpson said at that point, laughing.
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"Me and you we have something in common", Sacha's character Gio tells O.J. "You're not O.J. the movie star", he said.
Who is America? airs on Showtime, a division of CBS.
Cohen then stated, "It's not what it sounds like".
Simpson, who was acquitted on criminal murder charges in 1995, was found liable two years later in civil court and ordered to pay $33.5 million in damages to the Brown and Goldman families.
"Well, first of all, she wasn't my wife", Simpson says. "Hey, hey, hey. I didn't get away with nothing", he said.
The cheeky nod to Palin as a publicity consultant highlights the attention she brought to the show while trying to deflect attention for what would likely have been a damaging interview for her image. "[We're] both - how you say it - lady killers".
However, his jovial demeanor and the high five that he offered Baron Cohen seemed incriminating enough to us.
Christina leaves the set and Simpson calls her "gorgeous".