The People Vs. O.J. Said A Word That Has People Shocked

Posted: Feb 17 2016, 3:13pm CST | by , in News | Latest TV News

 
The People vs. O.J. Said a Word That Has People Shocked
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The FX Series The People v. O.J. Simpson has done something that might land them in some trouble with viewers! The show used a swear word on Tuesday night's episode that you don't really hear in polite conversation let alone on cable. In fact, many viewers are wondering whether it was the first time the word had ever been said on basic cable.

Near the end of the third episode - which puts the show right near 11 P.M as the show starts at 10 - of the critically hailed American Crime Story series, prosecutor Marcia Clark (who is played brilliantly by Sarah Paulson) realizes that famed attorney Johnnie Cochran (played by Courtney Vance) had joined Simpson’s (played by Cuba Gooding Jr.) defense team. “Cochran … motherf—er,” she said with exasperation.

That simple 12-letter word sent some people into a fury:

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