Simpson was acquitted of the murders of his ex-wife Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman in 1994, but in the episode, Cohen uses a fake character to try to learn otherwise.
Before Who Is America? even aired the former Alaska governor told the press that Cohen had dressed up as a disabled veteran in a wheelchair and tried to interview her for what she was told was a "legit Showtime historical documentary". In a hidden camera segment, Cohen appeared as Gio Monaldo, an outlandish Italian photographer, who was flanked by a woman Simpson repeatedly called "gorgeous". When that doesn't work, Cohen's character makes apparent stabbing motions and the girlfriend finally understands who Simpson is.
"She knows that, oh Jesus", Simpson says as he laughs. "I want to send her on a private helicopter tour over the Grand Canyon - oopsy daisy!" It clip ended abruptly, but based off Simpson's body language and repeated requests for Cohen to "stop", it is safe to assume that at some point it was all too much for Simpson. When the woman acted like she didn't, Cohen referenced Simpson's the "Naked Gun" movies and his career as a Buffalo Bills player.
The segment concludes with Cohen asking Simpson how he "got away with" his wife's killing. "Me and you, we got something in common".
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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". "I didn't kill nobody!". Baron Cohen has honed his comedic chops throughout the show's first season and, so far, his guest list never disappoints.
LaVergne added that Simpson was trying to be a good sport and "enjoy his time with the comedian", but that he believes that Cohen is funnier than what aired and "could have done a lot better", not focusing on the deaths of two people. Afterwards, Morad tells the trainee that he can kill that protestor just by pressing a button on a tablet screen. Simpson laughed but told Cohen's character to stop. In Italian it interprets to any individual who murders women."No, I did no longer abolish no one", Simpson mentioned chuckling, and raising his hands in train".
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.