Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Verdict’s In: O.J. Simpson Isn’t Funny

SAN FRANCISCO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – O.J. Simpson may not be able to release his controversial book If I Did It, or his accompanying TV special, and that’s just fine for a man who worked with Simpson on a TV project in the past.

Harmon Leon is a self-proclaimed “infiltrative journalist” who worked with O.J. back in 2004 on a hidden camera prank show titled Juiced.

Based on his time spent with Simpson, Leon isn’t surprised to see The Juice trying to make his way back into the spotlight.

Says Leon: “During our production of Juiced, I could tell the guy just craved fame and, obviously, he still wants fame today.”

Leon says that during the so-called comedy show, O.J. “wasn’t really funny” and was very difficult to work with, refusing to wear certain clothes and do some of the pranks production asked him to do.

Leon adds, “He always thought his way was the best way. I guess you could say he was an ‘...if I did it, it would be like this’ kind of guy.”

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