The O.J. Chronicles
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|Somewhere Out There|
|Original Broadcast Date|
|David Cross, Bob Odenkirk, Marnie Castor, Joe Frank|
|Mock Interview, 51 minutes|
|Followed by:||I'm Not Crazy (Remix)|
The OJ Chronicles is a program Joe Frank produced as part of the series Somewhere Out There.
Joe talks to O.J. Simpson's friend/manservant about homo-erotic photos and allegations that they were lovers. Joe reenacts the OJ slow speed chase scene, being driven through LA in with a gun to his head; no one pays any attention. They stop for lunch. OJ is described by his friend. OJ's spousal abuse was a game. Joe talks with a British musician about OJ and instituting a punitive touring company of actors who've committed crimes against their wives. Joe talks to OJ's friend about his experience with discrimination.
- "Oneski" - Richard H. Kirk (from Trance Europe Express2, 1994) | YouTube [9:15]
- "No Justice, No Peace" - Intelligent Hoodlum (from Intelligent Hoodlum, 1990) | YouTube [25:19]
- "Snippet" - Blonde Redhead (from Blonde Redhead, 1995) | YouTube [43:35]
- O.J.'s friend/manservant performed by comedian/actor David Cross, who also performs as the preacher in Jam
- Brief samples of The O.J. Chronicles appear on the Beastie Boys album To The 5 Boroughs at the beginning of "Ch-Check It Out" and the end of "Crawlspace"