Watch OJ Simpson on Sacha Baron Cohen's Who is America?

Sacha Baron Cohen says he and guest O.J. Simpson are 'ladykillers' on Who Is America? finale

Sacha Baron Cohen says he and guest O.J. Simpson are 'ladykillers' on Who Is America? finale

Former congressman Barney Frank was a skeptical guest on the finale of Sacha Baron Cohen's "Who Is America?".

The routine opens with Cohen's Monaldo introducing Simpson to his girlfriend, who doesn't recognize one of the most infamous men in America. But when his girlfriend still doesn't remember who Simpson is, Gio makes stabbing motions to jog her memory. "She knows that", Simpson said.

After Christina left the room, Simpson told Monaldo that she was "gorgeous".

First "Gio" attempts to introduce Simpson to his much younger, handsome girlfriend, who fails to recognize the former Buffalo Bills running back until he makes stabbing motions at her chest. The ex-Buffalo Bill responded laughing while saying, "I didn't kill nobody". You're not O.J. the movie star. "What, you didn't kill him too, did you?" asks Cohen.

This was the final episode of the series, but you can learn more by visiting the Who Is America? page at

After telling a fictional tale about how his wife committed suicide, Gio then says, "We got something in common". 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.

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"Oopsy daisy", Simpson replied with a laugh. In the end, Palin got credit for her "inadvertent" work as a "Special Publicity Consultant" on the Showtime series. "We both, how you say, 'ladykillers'".

In July, Palin started a media storm, claiming on Facebook she had been "duped" by Baron Cohen and "fallen victim to the evil, exploitive (sic), sick "humour" " during an interview, which ultimately did not air.

"Hey, hey, I didn't get away with nothing", Simpson said.

"Well, first off she wasn't my wife, we had been divorced we had been separated for two years", Simpson explains.

The series, shown on the Showtime network in the United States and Channel 4 in the United Kingdom, has frequently been in the headlines during its seven-week run, with a number of high-profile politicians, including Dick Cheney, Bernie Sanders and disgraced Republican senate candidate Roy Moore, falling victim to Baron Cohen's stunts.

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