O.J. Simpson denies burying his money (February 8th, 1997)
Tim Meadows repeatedly shouts "Show me the money!" in this sketch that aired after O.J. was found guilty in the civil suits against him. It's especially eerie now, given that the quip was first uttered in Jerry Maguire Cuba Gooding Jr., who plays O.J. in American Crime Story.
O.J. Simpson on murdering for love (January 17th, 1998)
SNL had an impressive ability to get mileage out of Tim Meadows' impression even when O.J. wasn't front page news. In one of the first "Weekend Update" segments following Macdonald's removal from the anchor's desk, O.J. weighs in on the case of Ted Kaczynski, aka the Unabomber.
Clinton's impeachment hearings (December 12th, 1998)
In which Meadows' O.J. swings by the Bill Clinton impeachment hearings to give some testimony, because why not?
O.J. Simpson on coming clean (January 10th, 2004)
In 2004, O.J. (played by Finesse Mitchell) appeared on "Weekend Update," along with fellow accused murderers Phil Spector (Fred Armisen) and Robert Blake (Darrell Hammond), to confess to his crimes -- almost.
O.J. Simpson jurors are hard to come by (September 20th, 2008)
O.J.’s legal tribulations continued to be a boon to SNL even up into the late 2000s. When O.J. (now played by Kenan Thompson) was charged with robbery in 2008, SNL made light of the challenges of finding non-biased jurors to adjudicate the case, as even an alien, a man locked in a bunker for decades and a woman raised by wolves know about Simpson's past misdeeds.
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