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nine of essentially the most irresponsible TV moments of 2018

A grab bag of 2018 TV spoilers lies ahead. You have been warned. We’re not mad. Just disappointed.  The past twelve months of TV gave us killer comedy specials, incredible new series, and a whole lot of (positive) NOPE. Unfortunately, in the words of renowned television critic Isaac Newton, what goes up must come down....CONTINUE READING
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‘Who Is The united states?’ may not have a 2d season, however perhaps that is a trick too

Who Is America? ruffled plenty of feathers in 2018, but it seems like the show won’t be making a return. Creator, star, and executive producer Sacha Baron Cohen told The Hollywood Reporter he wouldn’t be making a second season, professing that he would be hard-pressed to repeat the antics of the first. SEE ALSO: Netflix’s...CONTINUE READING
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Borat is back to tamper with the midterms and it’s so, so awkward

Yep, you read that correctly — Borat is back. Everyone’s favourite Kazakhstani reporter made a cameo appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Tuesday, going door-to-door in an attempt to influence the midterm vote. It’s unclear whether or not his mission was successful, but the journey was certainly an eventful one. Read more… More about Sacha...CONTINUE READING
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Sacha Baron Cohen had to have a bulletproof clipboard for 1 prank on ‘Who is America?’

It wasn’t small stakes when actor/comedian Sacha Baron Cohen went on a major pranking spree around the U.S. for his show Who is America? Baron Cohen told Jimmy Kimmel that for one particular prank, in which he had to pitch “the largest mosque outside the Middle East” to a group of people from Kingman, Arizona,...CONTINUE READING
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Sacha Baron Cohen’s ‘Who Is America’ skips much-hyped Sarah Palin interview

Sacha Baron Cohen’s jarring Who Is America concluded Sunday without airing a much talked-about interview with former Alaska governor and Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin. It did, however, include a special thanks for Palin as “Special Publicity Consultant (Inadvertent.)” Palin spoke out about her interview when Cohen’s show premiered and it became clear that his...CONTINUE READING
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Sacha Baron Cohen tricks food critic into approving ‘ethical’ cannibalism

Sacha Baron Cohen’s Who Is America has made it clear that no one is exempt from the comedian’s satirical skewering. The latest unfortunate victim is food critic Bill Jilla, whom Cohen convinces to eat (fake) human flesh while masquerading as a Michelin star-seeking chef. SEE ALSO: Sacha Baron Cohen’s interview with Roy Moore might be...CONTINUE READING
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Sarah Palin interview may have been cut from Sacha Baron Cohen’s ‘Who Is America?’

Sacha Baron Cohen shows no mercy to his interviewees — except, perhaps, for one very notable exception. At a panel for the Television Critic’s Association on Monday, Showtime entertainment president Gary Levine revealed that the Sarah Palin interview, one of the most anticipated segments of Who Is America?, might not even make it to air....CONTINUE READING
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Sacha Baron Cohen’s interview with Roy Moore might be the most cringe-inducing yet

Another week, another U.S. politician caught out by Sacha Baron Cohen. SEE ALSO: Sacha Baron Cohen’s new show: Is it worth watching? On Monday morning, Showtime released a clip from the third episode of Cohen’s Who Is America? mockumentary featuring Alabama politician Roy Moore. The clip sees Cohen, in disguise as Isreali anti-terror expert Gen....CONTINUE READING
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Lawmaker filmed using the n-word on ‘Who Is America?’ announces resignation

Jason Spencer, the Georgia lawmaker who was filmed shouting the n-word over and over again on the second episode of Sacha Baron Cohen’s Who Is America?, has now announced he’s stepping down. SEE ALSO: Sacha Baron Cohen’s new show: Is it worth watching? He submitted a letter to Georgia House Speaker David Ralston, according to...CONTINUE READING
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Departing Georgia lawmaker knocked for his racist antics on Sacha Baron Cohen’s ‘Who Is America?’

Everybody, I’d like to you meet Jason Spencer.  Jason is a soon-to-be-former state representative in Georgia — he lost the election primary in May to a newcomer, too bad so sad — who’s enjoying some last-minute infamy in office as the butt of a Sacha Baron Cohen joke. You see, it’s still poor form in...CONTINUE READING
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