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O.J. Simpson

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O.J. Simpson
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Character Information
Gender:
Male ♂
Status:
Alive
Hair: Dark
Occupation: Former actor and football player
First Appearance: "The Bart of War"
Voiced by: Harry Shearer


O.J. Simpson (nicknamed "The Juice") is a convicted felon and former actor and football player.

History[edit]

He appeared in an episode of South Park that Bart and Milhouse watched, going on a stabbing spree where he killed Farty the Crippled Robot, Steve Guttenberg, Callista Flockhart and Eric Cartman. He then posed for the camera with Cartman's severed head impaled on his knife, declaring that he was going to look for the real killer.[1]

Marge said that the ongoing scandal with Mayor Quimby was the most exciting one since "The Juice was on the loose". Lisa then corrected her, saying that he was still on the loose, which frightened her.[2]

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Behind the Laughter[edit]

The South Park stabbing spree is a reference to Simpson's having been accused and brought to trial for the stabbing murders of his ex-wife and her friend. He was acquitted of the murder charges, but years later was convicted and incarcerated for robbery and kidnapping charges unrelated to the murders.

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