Friday, July 28, 2017

Your Turn

Do you think OJ Simpson will get a reality show?

21 comments:

NoNotThatBeth said...

He already had one from January to October in 1995.

sandybrook said...

He better not get any job that pays him. Let him go self-employed at the autograph booths.

Marianne said...

Unfortunately I'm sure he will. The mere thoughts of it disgusts me to no end. However I hope the Goldman family holds their hands out and receives some monetary compensation. It's a shame they can't get his pension from the NFL.

Frufra said...

I thought there was no way that Donald Trump would be elected president, so I'm clearly the wrong person to ask. He probably will, and it will be disgusting, and ratings will be through the roof.

(But don't the Goldmans have the legal right to any money he makes?)

david said...

Goldman's own all income other than his $25,000/month NFL pension. According to law, it's untouchable.

shakey said...

LOLOLOL!!! A friend of mine posted an article about how he made parole and I commented I wonder how long it'll be before some idiot marries him for fame and shops a reality show about their life. My friend thought I was nuts.

zerooptions said...

Yes, indirectly.
It will probably be under the guise of some type of PSA reality show.
He'll preach to other parolees in Florida about prison life and keeping your own memorabilia.

8==D KermitGosnellKnobJob said...

If that happens, I preview bad ratings. OJ was important to Americans who were of some age when his trial happened.
The other day, reading American at social networks, (sort of) young people were kinda pissed off and did not care about the parole, while the older people were hooked on it. The people who matter to advertisers do not have interest.
Europeans could not care less about it.
I watched a couple of minutes of it because there was nothing else on TV (I hate this country's tv programming, and I did not want to watch a movie so soon, 8pm), and I remember the naked gun movies.

8==D KermitGosnellKnobJob said...

I put periods, I swear, this awful brick of words is terrible.

just sayin\' said...

good question. $30 million is easier to make now than in '97, so he could actually get his ego stroked and pay off the goldmans before long if he made good deals. but he's so spiteful, i can also see him opting to not make any money at all. with a florida-homesteaded roof over his head and his pension (neither of which they can touch) he'll be living better than most of us for the rest of his life no matter what he chooses. sad to say.

applepie said...

Perhaps he'll date PMK. What a show that would be. Or Caitlyn. ...

Simon said...

No, he has let it be known he will not work if the money will go,to Goldman. That's why he was colluding with memorabilia scumbags. All under the table and Goldman couldn't track. Once the civil judgement was awarded, he had his thug friends remove stuff out of his house so Goldman could not claim it. That's how that whole robbery caper got started.

meagain said...

I hope not.

Hot Cola said...

Of course he would he fits rigt in with the rest of the trash

Hot Cola said...

A horror show

B626 said...

Gawd I hope not.
The production company that offers it
Should burn in HAIL!!

Jimbo said...

I hope he strokes out his first day on the golf course.

OKay said...

Of course he will, if he wants one. American programming loves to cater to the lowest common denominator! But as others have noted, he won't be able to keep anything he earns. Although, this is OJ. If there's a way to work around that, he'll find it.

Renshaw said...

He has his pension and should go away. But money talks and I see E or Bravo jumping at the opportunity with PMK in the background somewhere. I really believe Kris knows what happened that night which is why I detest that family even more. Bitch has after the facts blood in her hands.

BlissBoo said...

@David, $25K/month NFL pension? Wow! Must be nice.

Dee said...

No. Too much backlash. Yes, even for him.