That same year, Simpson attempted to star in a prank show called "Juiced!" The premise was for the disgraced footballer to pop up in real-life situations, such as being a potential roommate or the seller of a white Ford Bronco.
Production staff were still ordered to never mention the murders that ruined Simpson's career.
The show was finally released as a DVD that sold poorly — but Hollywood doesn't care. "It's a different world," explained an aspiring producer. "Maybe O.J.'s ready to be a bad guy now, or he could go off in search of Nicole's real killer!"