This does seem like a more realistic career for him now.
Or the bit where he seamlessly transforms into an elderly white man who ruins a bingo game:
Episode two would have been O.J. faking his death and living the rest of his days as him.
And sometimes he just goes out as himself, which a lot of people understandably find disconcerting:
The prank here being "He's not in jail."
Why, it's almost like he's intentionally taking advantage of the whole double murder business to make people uncomfortable ... But no, he'd never do that. By the way, there's also a bit where he tries to sell people a fucking white Bronco.
This is like George Zimmerman trying to sell his-- never mind.
Most incredible are the show's comedic sidekick's behind-the-scene stories, such as the fact that he got the job by responding to a Craigslist ad (it seems O.J. staffed the show in the same way you sell broken Ikea furniture). He also tells anecdotes about O.J. hitting on teenage girls, and how the producer specifically instructed him not to bring up the whole murder thing around O.J. (like Germany and World War II, though minus the guilt).
He also claims that some of their pranks only bummed people out, such as fake dance auditions that dangled the promise of a paying job, when their only compensation for their trouble turned out to be a Juiced T-shirt (unwearable, unless you're Charles Manson or something). What we're saying is that it's time to start writing letters to FX demanding that the next season of American Crime Story be a beat by beat dramatization of the making of Juiced.
J.M. McNab co-hosts the pop culture nostalgia podcast Rewatchability, which can also be found on iTunes. Follow him on Twitter @Rewatchability.
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