Who Is America? (2018– )
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Comedian Sacha Baron Cohen explores the diverse individuals, from the infamous to the unknown across the political and cultural spectrum, who populate our unique nation.
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Episode credited cast:
Sacha Baron Cohen ... Colonel Erran Morad / Gio Monaldo / Billy Wayne Ruddick Jr. / Dr. Nira Cain-N'Degeocello
Emanuela Postacchini ... Christina
Roy Elghanayan ... Roy
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Dick Cheney ... Himself
Ted Koppel ... Himself
Corinne Olympios ... Herself
Jason Spencer Jason Spencer ... Himself
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Rep Spencer is given anti-terrorist training. A star deceitfully supports Ebola victims and child soldiers in Sierra Leone. Morad interviews Dick Cheney about his favorite war. An impoverished Arizona town is offered jobs building a mosque. Written by Chris Kirk

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USA

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English

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22 July 2018 (USA) See more »

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Jason Spencer faced criticism from members of both sides of the political spectrum because of his actions in this episode (including saying racial slurs and baring his buttocks). He resigned from his office on July 31, 2018. See more »

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Indomitable ft. Norther Cree Singers
Performed by DJ Shub
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it's a sad, strange little world
25 July 2018 | by framptonhollisSee all my reviews

Sacha Baron Cohen seems to be on a non stop streak of impressive and intense satire with this brilliant show. The first episode was shocking and damning enough, but this follow up is equally, if not even more powerful, unbelievable, and incredibly revealing. Not every single joke or segment lands equally well, but, in the end, this episode is a legitimately eye opening look at the modern state of political issues and tensions in the United States. This episode's main focus seems to be the widespread bigotry against muslims among American citizens, which almost no show could ever do in a way that doesn't make my eyes roll. The critique really works because it does not attempt to excuse or legitimize the flaws and harmful factors of Islam itself as a religion, but instead exposes the heavy, nonsensical hatred many seem to have against any potential practicers of that faith, as well as the horrible hypocrisy that lies beneath that very hatred. The final segment is one that simultaneously satirizes the left and the right, and eventually reveals some horrifying truths about many of this country's citizens and their darkest, ugliest beliefs. And, it's laugh out loud hilarious, highly entertaining, and full of non stop surprises.


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