Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio Tells Sacha Baron Cohen He'd Accept a 'Blow Job' From Trump on 'Who Is America?'

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Joe Arpaio during an interview on Who Is America?

The fourth week of Sacha Baron Cohen's Showtime series Who Is America? introduced a new character, the Finnish unboxing YouTuber OMGWhizzBoyOMG (real name: Ladislas Kekkonen), who managed to get Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio to say that he "may have to say yes" if President Donald Trump offered him an "amazing blow job."   

Read on to find out what happened in Arpaio's segment and what other characters appeared on the latest episode.   

Target: Joe Arpaio, former sheriff and Arizona Republican Senate candidate    
Character: OMGWhizzBoyOMG
What Happened: Arpaio — who made headlines for his strict immigration policies as Maricopa County Sheriff, was charged with unlawful discriminatory police conduct when the Justice Department deemed his policies the worst pattern of racial profiling in the U.S., and was pardoned by President Donald Trump in 2017 — was a guest of Baron Cohen's newest character, unboxing YouTuber OMGWhizzBoyOMG. While unboxing a Shopkins toy kit, the character told Arpaio he had amassed 43 guns for the "upcoming race war" and asked Arpaio to get Donald Trump to give him a "golden shower." He also asked Arpaio if he'd accept a "blow job" from the president — and Arpaio said he "may have to say yes."
Response: Arpaio told The Arizona Republic before Who Is America? premiered that he realized he was duped by the comedian after Sarah Palin spoke out. He said he was told he was being interviewed by a famous journalist from Finland and endured the entire thing, despite the fact that the questions began to "zero in on sex," including "hand jobs" and "golden showers." Baron Cohen posted a clip of Arpaio's interview the day the episode featuring the politician aired.

Target: David Pyne, Utah Republican Assembly National Director
Character: Dr. Nira Cain-N'Degeocello
What Happened: Baron Cohen's liberal character spoke with Utah Republican Pyne, who spoke about how he wants prayer in school, abstinence-only sex education, and wants to ban internet pornography. Cain-N'Degeocello then told Pyne how he wanted to "reclaim" the word "pedophile," and repeatedly called the politician that (because they both love and respect children). Pyne said he was offended by the use of that word and didn't want him to use it anymore. In a later segment, Cain-N'Degeocello read a children's book he'd written that included masturbation and a "bukkake party," then offered Pyne an author credit. (He declined.)
Response: None as of air.

Target: Shaun McCutcheon, conservative activist
Character: Col. Erran Morad
What Happened: In another segment purporting to teach people about protecting themselves from terrorists, Baron Cohen's Israeli soldier character enlisted McCutcheon and his employee for a course on protecting offices from terrorists. McCutcheon, who was part of an important campaign finance Supreme Court decision and a Trump delegate from Alabama, turned his office into a "mosque," defended himself from a potential terrorist with ham, and "spread" H.I.V. — "hide, infiltrate, violence."
Response: None as of air.

Target: Luxury yacht sales director
Character: Gio Monaldo
What Happened: While speaking with the sales director for a luxury yacht company, Baron Cohen's Italian photographer character implied that the buyer was Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and had a female assistant perform sex acts on him under a blanket. The sales director tried his best to stay stony-faced and played along, ultimately grinning when the character acknowledged what his assistant was doing.
Response: None as of air.

Who Is America? airs Sundays at 10 p.m. on Showtime.

This article originally appeared in THR.com.