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The Four Funniest Bits from Sacha Baron Cohen's Who Is America

Paste Magazine - 19 Sep 2018
It's undeniable at this point, but Sacha Baron Cohen's Who is America is this summer's breakout political comedy hit. Highlighting a specific but very vocal subset of the American populace while sprinkling in his Borat/Ali G-esque character work is ...
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Roy Moore sues Sacha Baron Cohen for $95M over 'Who Is America?'

Chicago Tribune - 05 Sep 2018
Former Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore filed a $95 million lawsuit against Sacha Baron Cohen and Showtime on Wednesday, alleging that he was duped into appearing on "Who Is America?" Moore alleges that he was lured to Washington, D.C., ...
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Who Is America? Claims Its Final Victim: OJ Simpson

Vanity Fair - 27 Aug 2018
Who Is America? has been a fascinating, if occasionally frustrating, program. Its early episodes showed promise, and in some cases even brought real-life consequences for Sacha Baron Cohen's marks. But as the series has continued, its pranks have been ...
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The 7 Most Damning Appearances on Who Is America?

Vulture - 31 Aug 2018
Sacha Baron Cohen sure makes it look easy to convince participants to dress up in fake genitalia, eat human flesh, and even kill a man. These are seven of the most shocking stunts from the first season of his Showtime series Who Is America? Get ready ...
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What's on TV Sunday: 'Insecure' and 'Who Is America?'

New York Times - 26 Aug 2018
WHO IS AMERICA? 10 p.m. on Showtime. In the vein of past gimmicks, Sacha Baron Cohen adopts different personas in this seven-episode series and dupes unsuspecting politicians, public figures and others. Some of Mr. Cohen's subjects are considering ...
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Is America more politically polarized than ever? Not quite

Chicago Tribune - 21 Sep 2018
Modern America is sharply polarized, battered by political furies and divided as never before. Moderation is disappearing, we are told, as Americans increasingly shun people of different views. We are split between hostile groups, each with its own TV ...
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Courtney Hadwin: the County Durham 14-year-old who wowed America

The Guardian - 21 Sep 2018
And she looked like just a normal teenage kid earlier this summer, when she first shuffled awkwardly on stage in a floral dress before the judges on America's Got Talent. Then she sang. Otis Redding's Hard to Handle – “Baby, here I am, I'm a man on the ...
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'Who is America?' finale sees Cohen continue with his tricks

Daily Trojan Online - 28 Aug 2018
From notorious comedians Sacha Baron Cohen and Nathan Fielder, “Who Is America?” is a show that leaves no one unscathed. The Showtime series, whose finale aired Aug. 26, has succeeded in revealing the faults of the United States and Americans, ...
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Erran Morad's best moments in 'Who is America?'

The Jerusalem Post - 27 Aug 2018
On Sunday evening, Sacha Baron Cohen's Who is America? wrapped up its first – and likely only – season on air. And while the comedian brought a whole host of bizarre, disturbing and confusing characters to the air, few made as much of a buzz as “Erran ...
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America's Jews are watching Israel in horror

Washington Post - 21 Sep 2018
My rabbi, Danny Zemel, comes from Zionist royalty: His grandfather, Rabbi Solomon Goldman, led the Zionist Organization of America in the late 1930s, and presided over the World Zionist Convention in Zurich in 1939. So Zemel's words carried weight when ...
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TV picks for Aug. 25-26: 'Drew Michael,' 'Ghoul,' 'Who Is America?'

Minneapolis Star Tribune - 24 Aug 2018
Sacha Baron Cohen wraps up his attempt to ridicule both liberals and conservatives — well, mostly conservatives — in “Who Is America?” This series ended up saying more about people's desire to play to the camera than spreading their political beliefs.
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Latin America Is the Murder Capital of the World

Wall Street Journal - 20 Sep 2018
Crime slows development and spurs migration to the U.S. Violence costs Latin America 3% of annual economic output, on average, twice the level of developed countries, according to a 2016 study by the Inter-American Development Bank. The price tag for ...

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