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OJ Simpson Meets Candid Camera

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It's been awhile since ex-LA resident O.J. Simpson stuck his foot in his mouth, right? So he had to find his way back into the kleig lights and do it in a big way: He's been given his own pay-per-view, candid camera program, Juiced.

In one "prank" segment that was aired on "Inside Edition," Simpson is at a used car lot, trying to sell a white Ford Bronco:

"It was good for me it helped me get away," Simpson said, referring to the slow-speed, televised police chase that preceded his 1994 arrest on charges of murdering his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ronald Goldman.
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Ha ha, OJ. We're pretty sure that the Brown and Goldman families won't be laughing. And frankly, neither will we. Go back to looking for the real killers on Florida's golf courses, and give us Ashton Kutcher any day.