Drama series. More missteps by the investigating detectives are revealed, while Johnnie Cochrane has a damaging secret of his own.
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Your Honour, opposing counsel has had two weeks with this request.
Why does it have to take place here and not in the brief?
Your Honour, my client has taken Ms Clark's request
for increased child support very seriously and thus...
SHE SIGHS LOUDLY
I'm sorry, Your Honour, may we ascertain whether Ms Clark
-has some sort of respiratory issue?
-Sustained. Oh, wait, wait...
-Your Honour, Ms Clark cannot object.
Ms Clark, please remember your place in this courtroom.
And it's not as an officer of the court.
Of course, yes, my apologies to the court, Your Honour.
My client has more time than money.
He is being reasonable.
Rather than pay added child-support to pay strangers
-to take care of the children...
-Oh, the God's sake.
Ms Clark, if you continue to express yourself outside of protocol,
I'm going to hold you in contempt.
I'm not Lance Ito.
-Thank you, Your Honour.
Excuse me. I'm so sorry.
I'm really very late.
-Here you go.
-Thank you very much.
Honoured that you could join us today, Ms Clark.
My apologies to the court, Your Honour.
And after the toast with the tequila,
what did the defendant say to your sister?
OJ grabbed Nicole's crotch and he said,
"This is where babies come from and this belongs to me."
Nicole just acted like...
like it was normal, like she was used to that kind of treatment.
Calls for speculation.
Was he angry?
When he grabbed her crotch in front of everyone and said that?
That's just the kind of person he was.
He wanted everyone to know that she was his property.
This is ridiculous. What's this got to do with anything?
-I can stop this.
-It's too much.
She's crying on cue and they feel it. It's backfiring.
Are you OK, Miss Brown?
It's just so hard...
Court will resume Monday at 9am. We stand in recess.
That was strong.
You know, Johnnie, it's Friday.
What that jury just heard, it's going to sit with them all weekend.
I certainly hope so, Chris. I certainly hope so.
MUSIC: Chained And Bound by Otis Redding
-'In the OJ trial, Nicole's sister, Denise Brown,
'on the stand today. Emotional, a stirring testimony.
'Will it make a difference?
'We'll get into that after the break but first,
'let's get into a subject in the OJ trial
'that's got front pages sizzling.
'Marcia Clark and the clothing that she wears.
'Dolly Sugarman, style expert and author of
'Looks Aren't Everything, They're The Only Thing,
'here to tell us what thinks about how Marcia Clark prosecutes style.'
-'Dolly Sugarman, what gives?
'Well, what we see with Marcia Clark is frump incarnate.
-'Guilty as charged, Larry.'
-'It's a look, that's for sure.'
'This is not a look. This is a cry for help.
-'And can we talk about that hair?'
I knew you were home because I could smell smoking.
-Travis, what are you doing up?
-Mom, when I got home from school today,
I ate the rest of my lunch because it was still in my bag
-cos I forgot all about it.
-Is that so?
Do you ever eat just some of your lunch sometimes
-and then the rest later?
-You know what?
Do you want me to come give you a hug?
Travis, there is nothing I would like more in the world.
You give such a good hug.
I'll be right in.
-Smoking is gross, Mom.
That it is.
# You walk with your head in the sky
# Darling, don't ever pass me by
# I ain't going no further
# Because you got me chained and bound
# Oh, now
# Taller than the tallest sky
# Sweeter than a grape on a vine
# Can't go no further
# Because you got me chained and bound right now, now, now
# So glad, I'm so glad, I'm so glad
# I'm chained, I'm chained to your love. #
-You're not going to like this...
A petition for primary custody?
Come on, Marcia, you keep calling me, asking me to pitch in.
It's only temporary until your trial of the century is over.
Marcia, please just let the lawyers handle it.
I AM a lawyer. Why should I be penalised for doing my job?
Why should the kids be?
I am more than a great mother to them, you know that.
-You said it.
-Sure, when you're there.
Right now they spend all their time with baby-sitters.
Now, how is that their best interest?
Do you know why I have to work so hard?
Because I have a family to support.
At least they know one of us is there for them.
Carl, take a look at the two of these note cards of Shaun's.
Police disciplinary actions based on race.
Those points fit out narrative.
I'm so sorry I'm late.
I ran into Geffen and the whole Sue Mengers thing...
I... I'm sorry.
Johnnie, you were saying?
I just wanted to impress upon everyone and I'm sure Bob
would agree that the most important thing is the story.
Now Marcia's got the ball and she's telling a story
but instead of responding to her story or refuting the story,
we need to be telling a more credible one.
We need to gather the jury around a fire and tell a better story.
We need to make them believe.
Now, where's that folder?
The one with the Three Stooges at Rockingham that night.
Do you remember this story?
I don't remember a thing about it.
Why is that?
And so what did you do next at Rockingham
after seeing the blood in the Bronco?
Well, at that point we went from the intention of notifying
Mr Simpson of the death of his ex-wife to a concern
that his residence might be a crime scene.
We were concerned for the wellbeing of Mr Simpson himself.
Thank you, Detective.
Good morning, Detective.
And a question.
Is it normal procedure for three detectives
to rush from an ongoing crime scene investigation
to the home of the former spouse of the victim,
simply to notify that person
that someone whom they used to be married to has been killed?
Well, every situation is different.
And there were children involved.
Hm. And at the Bundy scene,
didn't Detective Fuhrman inform you that Mr Simpson and the victim
had a history as domestic violence?
-Is that not right?
And so you all find out and proceed to Rockingham
because Mr Simpson became a suspect for you at that time,
not simply, what, an ex-husband to be notified?
Is that fair to say?
No. That's not why we were there.
Is it normal for so many of them to go for a notification?
I have no idea.
I've never heard a point made of something like that.
It made the detective sound shady.
I don't know.
The jury thinks the cops cut corners to convict a guilty man.
He's still guilty. It's not going to get them to acquit.
No, it's not. But that's not today.
Today, we make them think these cops lie about little things
so that tomorrow we can show them they lie about big things,
even if they're doing it for what they think is right.
That's why we pull, that's where the daylight's at.
Now, if right now they think he did it, that's fine by me.
We'll get to that later.
Do you remember this?
I haven't thought about him in years.
You remember how they use to set him up at Papa Christo's?
Yeah, they'd fill a whole goddamned coffee mug with ouzo for him,
he'd be bombed by noon.
-What is he doing?
I never run into Tommy D since we moved out to Simi Valley.
Oh, yeah? Simi, is that, is that nice?
You spend all day in this mess and then you get home and...
That is wonderful.
Court is now in session.
Detective, in regards to taking Mr Simpson's shoes,
you did not book them into evidence that night, is that correct?
That night I couldn't have, no.
What did you do with them?
Where were they until you booked them into evidence the next day?
I put them in the trunk of my car.
So you took them home with you?
Detective, where exactly do you live?
Really? So you took this evidence home to Simi Valley?
the home of the officers involved in the Rodney King beating.
That is correct.
How long were Mr Simpson's shoes in your home in Simi Valley?
Approximately six hours.
in Simi Valley.
Detective Lange, remind me, how long have you been with the LAPD?
28 years, 18 as detective.
Hm, a long time.
So something was said earlier that is confusing to me.
In your lengthy career, how many times have you taken evidence
from a crime scene home with you overnight?
-Difficult to say.
-OK, I'll rephrase it.
Have you ever taken home evidence overnight,
other than the night in question?
No, not that I can recall.
So, let's be clear, in all your years as a detective,
this is the only instance that you took evidence from a crime scene,
you put it in your car, you drove it home
and didn't book it until the next day?
'I say we think big.'
Pre-empt our entire daytime programming.
Proctor & Gamble just doubled their buys at ABC
after they announced they were going live with OJ.
How many shows did ABC pre-empt?
Everything, the entire daytime slate.
This is a better daytime soap than anything we've got.
I'd sure as hell rather watch OJ then some dumb doctor
having an affair with a nurse.
Let's do it. Clear the slate.
Look on the bright side - at least Fuhrman doesn't live there.
-I don't know.
I think they're looking forward to Fuhrman.
Well, they shouldn't be.
Fuhrman is a far from perfect human being
but his procedure that night was pretty damn perfect.
He can describe the events in question three times in a row
-without missing a note. He's going to come off like Jack Webb.
Oh, Darden, don't.
-You need to be confident in the strength of what we have, OK?
What you need is some study break.
-Oh, no, no, no.
-TURNS RADIO ON
Turn it down.
# I'm taking care of business, woman, can't you see?
# I've gotta make it for you
-# I've gotta make it for me... #
-Stop! Stop it.
TURNS RADIO DOWN
I cannot afford to be accused of having a good time right now.
Who's going to begrudge you of having a good time?
Ito, Gil, Larry King.
My pain-in-the-ass ex-husband who's looking for any excuse
to take my kids away from me.
Well, at least he wants to help raise them right.
It's better than some dads.
You know I've got a daughter?
She's 15, really beautiful. Lives up in Oakland.
I wish I'd...
I wasn't exactly around as much as I wished I'd been.
Had to move down here for my big job.
I guess as I got older,
I started to have some regrets.
Saw things more clearly.
That's what happens.
Or is supposed to happen.
I'm trying to fix things.
And now that I'm on TV, I'm the cool dad.
RADIO PLAYS WHO'S THAT LADY BY THE ISLEY BROTHERS
Ooh, ooh. Now, see...
..I like this one.
Come here, woman.
-# Who's that lady?
-Who's that lady?
# Beautiful lady
# Who's that lady?
# Lovely lady
# Who's that lady?
# Real fine lady
# Who's that lady?
# Hear me callin' out to you cos it's all that I can do
# Your eyes tell me to pursue
# But you say, look, yeah
-# But don't touch, baby
-But don't touch
# No, no, no, don't touch... #
-'OK, we're taking a poll.
'Is Marcia Clark a bitch or a babe?
'Come on, let me know! Call in and ring my bell.
'A bitch or a babe.'
DIALS ON PHONE
PHONE RINGS OUT
I vote babe.
# Who's that lady?
# Sexy lady. #
You seem ready to rumble.
That I am. Prepped all night.
Only got two hours of sleep, but I can tell you every single moment
of what's going to happen in that court today.
I'm ready for anything.
Your Honour, the people will now call Detective Mark Fuhrman.
Your Honour, may counsel approach the bench?
We have a situation, an incredibly urgent matter.
Your Honour, we have a crisis regarding our witness,
Ms Rosa Lopez.
-Ms Lopez has left the state.
-Counsel, what are you asking for?
We need to hear her testimony out of order.
-She's here now, but we can't compel her to stand.
No way. I'm in the middle of presenting the People's case.
That's the way this works. People make the case, Defence response.
You don't get to override that because you've got witness problems.
-We've all got witness problems.
I look forward to you parading out your witness problems.
Your Honour, I don't know how we don't have grounds for a mistrial.
Your Honour, this is silly. They're just trying to kill my momentum.
All right, I think we need a hearing to establish.
I'm going to dismiss the jury for the day so we can do that.
All right, it's 3.10 now.
I think we're going to be going late tonight.
I cannot go late tonight.
May I ask why not?
-I have to take care of my kids.
are we really going to risk losing this witness
because of a baby-sitting problem?
Ms Clark, I've just dismissed the jury.
I'm sorry, Your Honour.
I do have the power to have my courtroom open late if need be.
Of course, Your Honour.
We'll recess until tomorrow.
-Make sure Ms Lopez is here.
All right, we stand in recess.
-It makes us appear unprepared.
-How could we be prepared for Rosa Lopez?
We weren't expecting to cross-examine her for another five months.
-Who is she again?
-She's the housekeeper, the one for Simpson's neighbour.
She says she saw the Bronco outside Simpson's house at 10.15.
-What does that do to your timeline?
-I will handle it.
-Well, it looks like you're losing control in there.
Ito is the one who's lost control. He's a total media whore.
If you want to know which way he'll tilt, just watch the talk shows...
That is something you can't control. Stop watching so much TV.
If you listen to all that noise, you're just going to start bringing it into the courtroom.
The trial's in here, it's not out there.
Now, that...that thing about not going late. Is that true?
Yes, I have to get home, like, now.
I will put the boys down and I can work from there.
if you think you can cram all that prep into one night
without the resources you have here, it...
It's your call.
The stuff in the media about your parents, I'm sorry.
It's... It's awful. It's inappropriate. It's sexist.
And Sukey and I are just... We're appalled when it comes on TV.
-It doesn't make things easier.
Having said that, I...
Maybe you c... I...
I can put you together with a couple of terrific media consultants,
Get back to work.
Hi, Sugar Bear.
No, I'm sorry, I can't come home yet.
Well, why is he crying?
Well, sweetie...work it out.
Tell him he can watch his cartoons for 30 minutes
and then it's your turn.
You know how to read a clock, he doesn't.
OK. Have fun and I will call you in a little while.
I love you, too.
I have a favour to ask of you.
Look, can you do it or not?
Scott, Lucy, in the conference room. Let's go over the Lopez prep.
Mr Cochran, is Ms Lopez present here today?
She is, Your Honour.
And do you anticipate that we can hear what she has to say in one day?
I would expect so, Your Honour,
barring any acts of God or further childcare crisises from Miss Clark.
I am offended by Mr Cochran's remarks, as a woman and as a mother.
Mr Cochran may not know what it's like to work a 70-hour work-week
and also take care of a family, but I do.
And many other people do, too.
To belittle my childcare issues in your courtroom
is unconscionable and totally out of line.
Ms Lopez, just to confirm your occupation,
you are the housekeeper of Mr Simpson's neighbour,
is that correct?
Mr Cochran has moved the court to disrupt our schedule
because you threatened to leave the country,
since you're being hounded by the press.
I stay just for today for Mr Johnnie.
Tomorrow, I fly.
So, when did you make this flight reservation for El Salvador?
Yesterday, Mr Cochran stated that you had had one then.
And I didn't.
I make it today.
Ms Lopez, we called the airlines.
They don't show any reservation for you at all.
Not for yesterday, not for today,
not for tomorrow.
Because I'm going to reserve it, as soon as I leave here.
So, then, Ms Lopez, could you please explain to the court
why you were filing for unemployment when you say you were
leaving the country forever?
(We need to get this woman off the stand. What the hell is goin' on?)
In your first statements, you saw the Bronco at 10pm,
but now you say it's 10:15, so, which is it?
Did you see the Bronco at 10 or 10:15?
-Does it matter?
-Yes, it matters, very much.
It's why you're here. Please, answer the question.
Ms Lopez, a shrug is not an answer.
So, which is it? 10 or 10:15?
Whatever Mr Johnnie says I said.
No, not what Mr Cochran says, we need to be told what you saw.
No me recuerdo.
Ms Lopez, in English, please, unless you need a translator.
I say I don't remember.
You don't remember.
Good enough for me.
No further questions.
("Mr Johnnie." Jesus.)
Go, Marcia! Go, Marcia!
Marcia, that was a gut-punch you gave in there today. Any comment?
The stuff about my childcare, Johnnie was what out of line.
I got a little hot, but he can take it.
-Are you happy with Lopez's testimony?
Absolutely, we're here for the truth.
Would you have time to speak about your history of domestic abuse?
Considering the issues presented in this case, particularly the impact of domestic violence,
-my editor thinks that you and your past are fair game. I'm giving you a chance here.
We're printing it soon! Call me!
-Hello, my name is Gordon Clark,
I'm the former husband of Marcia Clark.
This thing about needing to
get home from court early yesterday was a fraud.
I was with the kids.
She worked late.
I'm telling you this because
I am sick of her using our children as pawns.
This is our private life.
-Mr Cochran? She's on line one.
Barbara. It's Johnnie.
The LA Times reached out to me today, about us,
and I thought I'd discuss it with you, because they may be calling.
You talked to them?
I told them I'd call them back after I got my recollections together.
Funny thing is, I was going to call you anyway.
I sold the apartment building on South Vermont last month,
and, even though I got it in the divorce, it occurred to me that,
maybe, you should get the profit,
seeing how it was your pet project.
It's a lot of profit, Barbara.
It could make you quite...
Now, I know Lopez didn't go as planned, but we couldn't risk...
D-d-didn't go as planned?
Oh, the crazy cleaning lady wasn't as planned?
I certainly hope that shit in there wasn't as planned, Johnnie!
OJ, it's a blip, it'll be out of the papers by Wednesday.
Good to hear, Lee, good to hear.
But I won't be out of this jail by next Wednesday, now, will I?
What I just saw up there, that ridiculous woman up there,
was completely avoidable!
OJ, these things happen.
Oh, don't give me that "shit happens" routine, Bob!
Look, on the football field, in life, in my businesses,
when I see an absence performance, I deal with it.
I deal with it harshly and directly, you know why?
Cos I'm for real. Hear me?
I'm the Juice.
And when I see an absence like a lack of leadership, I lead.
Is that what I'm gonna have to do here? Huh?
Huh? Mr Johnnie?
I want to know... I need to know, in advance, what you guys are doing.
You hear me?
I want to know what happens next from now on so I can weigh in on it.
I'm sure that Johnnie's associates
will arrange a briefing for you every day.
All right, fine, I'll go, I'm done.
When I have pent-up anger, what I use is...
When I want to hear from you I'll rattle my zipper.
Now get the hell out of here, Bob!
What do you really want, Marcia?
I'll do anything for you.
I've never had to think about anything like this before, so...
I'm a little nervous.
The only thing you need to be is the best version of yourself,
and that's what we're here to discover.
Oh, I've got it.
I did it for Farrah, and I'm gonna do it for you.
-World, prepare to meet the new, real, Marcia Clark.
# Kiss from a rose on the gray
# Oh, the more I get of you The stranger it feels, yeah
# And now that your rose is in bloom
# A light hits the gloom on the gray. #
Good morning, my brother.
Yeah, about that.
Your readers must think these are the only two black men
in the courtroom who are trying to do their jobs.
-Oh, come on, now, Chris.
-Why the double standard?
You don't think a black prosecutor contributes to the black community?
How? By helping the racist LAPD
enslave a strong, black brother up from the ghetto?
Symbol of success, superstar athlete, entrepreneur?
Who spends his days playing golf with old white men,
and spends his nights sleeping with young white girls.
I mean, OJ is a symbol of getting the hell away
from other black people as fast as he can.
We all have our peccadilloes.
You miss the point.
The police are trying to pull him down and put him in chains,
like they do with any black man who rises up.
I'm sorry, Dennis, excuse me for
interrupting this black thing, but come on,
cops out to get OJ?
-OJ hosted pool parties for them.
-Thank you, sir.
Fellas, you all keep not getting it.
And you ignore this shit at your own peril.
# Ba-da da, da-da da-da-da, da, da-da-da
# Ba-da da, da-da... #
See you guys in there.
Goddamn, who turned on the Rick James?
Good morning, Miss Clark.
Uh-oh! I guess the defence is in for one hell of a week, huh?
MUSIC: Sour Times by Portishead
Detective Fuhrman, how do you feel about testifying today?
-Good. Maybe a little nervous.
-Why is that?
A great deal of attention seems to have been diverted from
the evidence and the facts into more personal issues.
I couldn't agree more.
What did you see when you first arrived at Bundy?
From the approach, we could see the female victim,
and there was a great deal of blood in the cracks of the tiled walkway.
Officer Riske used his flashlight to point out several items.
And, what did he point out to you, sir?
The male victim, for one, and an area where he said
there was a knit cap, and, also a glove.
We entered the scene from the rear, as there was so much blood.
Not disturbing the evidence was paramount.
It's a very careful process, isn't it?
Dealing with a scene like this.
Yes, it is. Very. It's methodical and deliberate.
And when you entered the rear of the Bundy residence,
did these bloody shoe-prints go all the way out to the alley?
They did. I then noticed a blood smudge around the door-knob
on the interior of the gate,
as well as a partial possible fingerprint
around the knob area itself.
-And what did you make of that?
-What any detective would make of it.
Someone had fled the scene, bleeding.
And, while detectives Vannatter and Lange
were at the gate of the Simpson residence on Rockingham,
attempting to reach someone inside, you noticed the white Bronco.
-Is that right?
-Yes, it was parked strangely, jutting out.
As I got closer, I noticed a small spot
above the driver side door handle.
And what did this spot look like?
It had the visual properties of blood.
And did you look inside the vehicle?
I did. I then noticed a package with a shipping label.
It said, "OJ Simpson."
I then showed detectives Lange and Vannatter what I had observed,
and, in discussing the situation,
we became concerned that it was possible Mr Simpson himself
might also be in danger - injured or worse.
Well, that makes total sense.
What did you do in response to this reasonable concern?
I went over the wall and around to the gate, and manually opened it.
Mr Kaelin then mentioned that he
had heard a crash of a thump on his rear wall,
he thought it was an earthquake.
Que esta hablando Kato!
They should bring Kato back on the show, he was so great!
'All right, all right'
What do you call a lawyer gone bad?
All right, OK, that's good.
-Know what that is?
No, that right there,
is Detective Mark Fuhrman's tombstone.
I've already planned his funeral.
He'll be dead and buried before he even knows what hit him.
What are you talking about?
I'm talking about "nigger".
I'm going to ask that racist son of a bitch Fuhrman, point blank,
in a courtroom, under oath, if he ever uses the word.
If he ever has used the word.
If he denies it, the jury will call bullshit, they won't trust him.
If he admits it, it's even worse. Check and mate.
He'll be chasing teenage shoplifters
around the Beverly Center by Christmas.
That's actually not half bad.
It's the most powerful word in the English language.
And I'm going to impale him on it.
Well, uh, you just make sure you can walk, Lee.
Detective, could you tell us what you see here?
These are photographs of the area I was inspecting
behind Mr Kaelin's residence,
and, in them, is what I then identified as a possible glove.
What did you do then?
I approached it and I looked at it.
Did you touch it?
I didn't touch it, I looked at it.
Could you describe its appearance?
It appeared somewhat moist and sticky,
parts of it sticking to other parts.
OK, and what significance did you attach to the glove when you saw it?
Well, it looked very similar to the glove at the Bundy scene.
And the sticky substance seemed blood-like.
So, Detective, as an MP in the Marine Corps,
what were your responsibilities?
-They were varied.
-A lot of hacking D&Ds?
What does that mean, Mr Bailey?
Oh, that means arresting drunk and disorderlies, sorry, Your Honour.
Slipped into some marine to marine talk, there.
Detective, did you take a glove from the Bundy scene,
and then wipe it on the interior of the Bronco?
-You did not?
No, I did not.
Couldn't you have fit this
into a plastic bag and put it in your sock?
And then place it at Mr Simpson's home, so that you could find it?
Uh, no, that's nuts.
I object to this line, Your Honour.
This has no part in any search for the truth.
That's not the glove from this case.
It's a different size and a different make.
This seems to be some fantasy woven by the defence,
for which there is no factual or logical basis.
It's as dishonest as any number of Mr Bailey's tactics have been.
Are you accusing me of lying in a courtroom?
-How dare you?
-You can't get away with lying, Mr Bailey.
There are too many people watching.
Miss Clark, may I please see those gloves that you have over there?
This is a Brooks brothers size small.
They were out of extra large, Your Honour.
Size small. Must be Mr Bailey's.
Let me state very clearly, and I should point out that if
Miss Clark thinks that hand and this glove would ever work together
then her eyesight is as bad as her memory.
Your Honour, the prosecution has opened this door,
-I would advise caution. Please, continue.
I will ask a different question.
In describing people, Detective Fuhrman,
do you use the word nigger?
No, sir. I do not use that word to describe people.
Have you ever used the word nigger in the past ten years?
-Not that I recall, no.
-You mean, if you called someone a nigger, you have forgotten it?
-I'm not sure I can answer the question the way that you phrased it, sir.
-Let me put it simply.
Are you saying, under oath,
that you have not addressed any black person as a nigger,
or spoken about black people as niggers
in the past ten years, Detective Fuhrman?
Yes, that's what I'm saying.
Oh, my God, this is insane!
Can you say the word nigger on TV?
So, anyone who comes to this court and quotes you
as using that word in dealing with African-Americans would be a liar,
-would they not, Detective Fuhrman?
-Yes, they would.
-All of them? Correct?
-All of them.
Thank you. No further questions.
All right, at this time I would like to recess for lunch.
Court will resume at 1.30pm.
We now stand in recess.
Call up Brokaw. I want a one-hour special tonight.
-You wanted to...
-Marcia, yeah. Close the door, please.
Have you seen this?
Fuhrman says he never said the world. They've got nothing on him.
No, it's not that, it's, uh...
The picture of you on a beach.
That's not possible.
Oh, my God.
This is a fake, right? We can hit them with a lawsuit so fast...
No, it's real.
It's my ex-husband.
We were on vacation.
Gordon did this?
I had a husband before Gordon.
All right, well, listen, we can...
I'm due downstairs.
..will recess until tomorrow morning at 9am.
All right, we stand in recess.
I'm not a public personality.
This isn't what I do.
I don't know how to do this.
Those other guys, they're...flashy hotshots.
They're used to it.
I just can't take it.
-You'll do fine.
-No, I won't!
I know it.
And, if it helps any,
you do look mighty good in that picture.
# ..cos you got me
# Oh, now
# I'm so glad, I'm so glad, I'm so glad
# Oh, I don't have to worry no more
# Oh, my, my, my... #
Epic drama revealing new insights into the controversial murder investigation and trial that became a media sensation. In the court of public opinion it is Marcia Clark who is on trial, pilloried for her appearance, while in evidence, more missteps by the investigating detectives are revealed, though Johnnie Cochrane has a damaging secret of his own.
And increased TV coverage of the case is shown to intensify pressure on all concerned.