Oh well no!
Courtesy of Mediaite:
Sacha Baron Cohen‘s Who Is America? has stirred outrage among certain of its interviewees, perhaps most notably Sarah Palin — who railed against the comedian’s antics in a Facebook tirade warning the public she was duped.
However, the much-anticipated footage may have not made the final cut.
Showtime entertainment president Gary Levine dropped the hint during the Television Critics Association’s Beverly Hills press tour Monday while speaking with reporters, according to Entertainment Weekly.
“There are several people who have thrown themselves in front of buses that may not be headed their way,” Levine said, responding to a direct question about Palin.
Pressed on whether the former Alaska governor would appear on the show, he offered a teasingly vague answer.
“Sacha is very hardworking and selective in [creating] the final product,” he said. “He’s always refining it. We’ll see.”
My first thought is that this is just a ploy to get people worked up about the Palin segment, and to attract a few more viewers for the episode.
After all, as the article states, this episode is “much anticipated.”
Still, perhaps we need to apply a little pressure to ensure that this episode sees the light of day.
You can contact Showtime’s customer service by dialing 1 (800) 746-9846.
Their parent company is CBS who can be contacted with this number: 1 (888) 274-5343.
For those who are not sure this is a good use of your time, here is Sacha Baron Cohen convincing Joe Arpaio to say he would give a blowjob to Donald Trump.
Yeah, we DEFINITELY need to see this Palin episode.