Watch Sacha Baron Cohen Try to Trick O.J. Simpson Into Confessing

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

Sacha Baron Cohen character interviews OJ Simpson on 'Who is America' and jokes about killing women

Sacha Baron Cohen tried to get OJ Simpson to admit he murdered his ex-wife in the finale of "Who Is America" - but the former National Football League star wouldn't take the bait.

Cohen tweeted that this was the last episode "EVER" of Who Is America? after the series explored the diverse individuals who populate our unique nation.

For the season finale, Baron Cohen, under the guise of an Italian billionaire and famed photographer named Gio Monaldo, interviewed OJ Simpson for a show called "The Diamond Life of Gio", which highlights the lives of the immensely wealthy and famous.

Describing Simpson as "an American hero and women's rights activist", Monaldo spoke with The Juice in Las Vegas.

Cohen as "Gio", explaining who OJ Simpson is to his "girlfreind" using a stabbing motion.

"No, I didn't kill nobody", Simpson said chuckling, and raising his hands in protest.

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Gio said he'd like to "send her on a private helicopter and throw her over the Grand Canyon - oopsy daisy".

A clip from the show that appeared online shows Sacha making awkward jokes about murder weapons and killing girlfriends whilst Simpson simply brushes it off by laughing uncomfortably. Cohen's character brings up the idea that Simpson killed lawyer Johnnie Cochran too.

After telling a fictional tale about how his wife committed suicide, Gio then says, "We got something in common". Simpson said. "Help me!" If you've been charged with murder, even if you've been acquitted, you probably shouldn't be joking about women dying in bungee jumping "accidents". "We had been divorced", he said.

The Palin interview never aired on the series with no explanation as to why it was cut from Cohen. Her name was listed under "Special Publicity Consultant (Inadvertent)" during the credits of Sunday's finale.

Cohen also referred to himself and Simpson as "lady killers". And who could forget how he gave Georgia state lawmaker Jason Spencer a platform to spectacularly go down in flames by exposing his bare ass on television and participating in a "training exercise" that involved him yelling "I'll touch you with my buttocks" and "I'll make you a homosexual!"

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