To close the series in a spectacular fashion, Cohen transformed into one his alter-egos Gio Monaldo, an Italian millionaire playboy and fashion photographer, and sat down with National Football League star-turned-alleged double murderer O.J. Simpson in a Las Vegas hotel suite.
Throughout the interview, Cohen's character makes repeated jokes about killing a significant other.
"We want you to be completely truthful with how you got away with it", Cohen pressed on as Monaldo. However, that didn't stop Baron Cohen from continuing to push Simpson on the topic, and the resulting interview is every bit as cringeworthy as you would imagine.
OJ Simpson in a still from final episode of Who Is America? In the series, Cohen appeared as all-new characters including Billy Wayne Ruddick Jr., PhD, Dr. Nira Cain-N'Degeocello, Rick Sherman, Erran Morad, Gio Monaldo, and OMGWhizzBoyOMG! Simpson awkwardly laughs at times and repeatedly yells, "Stop". "We're both, how you say, ladykillers".
"She's gorgeous, but sometimes I want to kill her", Monaldo told Simpson.
'I want to send her on a private helicopter and throw her over the Grand Canyon - oopsie daisie! Gio and Simpson even laughingly suggested a bungee cord plot to kill Gio's gf. Baron Cohen, in character, tells Simpson: "Me and you, we've got something in common".More news: Who is Omarosa? And why is she causing such a stir?
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"Well, first of all, she wasn't my wife", Simpson explained in the interview.
Simpson insisted he only wanted to retrieve personal mementoes and items stolen from him following his acquittal in Los Angeles in the 1994 slayings of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ronald Goldman. Simpson immediately denied the accusation, saying, "No, I didn't kill nobody".
"Hey", Simpson said, laughing nervously.
"I didn't get away with anything with my wife, either".
O.J was released to parole last October after spending nine years in jail for leading five men, including two armed with guns, to a Las Vegas hotel room to confront two sports memorabilia dealers possessing mementoes of his career in September 2007. He was found not guilty by a jury after a lengthy trial.