Da Ali G Show

Comedian Sacha Baron Cohen will tickle your funny bone in this series of comedic sketches. In each episode, Cohen interviews unsuspecting celebrities, politicians and everyday people as one of his three personas. His first persona is Ali G, who is an expert on hip-hop and urban culture. The second is Borat, who is a television personality from Kazakhstan who is traveling across the United Kingdom and America filming a documentary for his home country. The final persona is Bruno, who is a gay fashion correspondent from Austria who often puts himself in some uncomfortable and even dangerous situations.

2 Seasons, 12 Episodes
March 31, 2000
Cast: Sacha Baron Cohen, Steve Ellington, T.N.T. Crew

Da Ali G Show Full Episode Guide

  • In the final episode, Ali G finds relationship advice from John Gray, author of Men are From Mars, Women are From Venus. He then takes his new found knowledge to a pro-choice march in Washington D.C. Borat learns about the U.S. job market, as well as the ethics involved. Ali G gets an exclusive interview with Charles Schultze and appropriately rounds out the series with a last word from the opinionated Andy Rooney of 60 Minutes.

  • Ali G visits a historical landmark and learns about the life of the first U.S. President at Mount Vernon. Borat takes a look at the process of buying a home in America. Today's panel consists of members of the religious and scientific community discussing the ethics of medial processes like cloning and euthanasia.

  • Ali G ponders issues of security - from airports to dogs to trains to green cards - with former Commissioner of the Immigration and Naturalization Service James Ziglar. On the road to sample some of America's favorite hobbies, Borat winds up wrestling with a self-defense expert, making music with a yoga teacher, and sniffing up members of a new-age dance class. Ali G chats with former EPA Administrator and New Jersey Governor Christie Whitman about solar energy and dirty water, then pays a visit on some earth-minded protestors perched in the redwoods. In Miami, Bruno discusses the future of clubbing with Nerve Lounge owner James Butler, and later plays bouncer at a South Beach hot spot. Finally, Ali G moderates a expert panel discussion on animal rights, focusing on kitchen experiments, fur coats, P. Diddy, horse sex and more.

  • Does Iraq possess "BLTs?" Ali G speaks with religious leader Pat Buchanan on this, as well as Buchanan's other Presidential campaign views. Borat finds out about the Presidental and election processes as he visits with Mississippi candidates and city leaders. Ali G then goes on to the roundtable discussion to talk about family issues.

  • Journalist Sam Donaldson stops by to discuss the Watergate scandal as the lack of respect that is shown in journalism. Borat continues his visit to the South by visiting a wine tasting class. Ali questions former LAPD police chief Daryl Gates about how Bart can get away with so much and how The Simpsons always break the law and get away with it. Then he visits ATF dog trainers to talk about canine abuse.

  • Ali G goes to Hollywood to try and find a buyer for a new television show about life in the Hood. Borat visits the South and discusses it's history while at a plantation then he sees the differences in football and American football as he attends a Red Tide football game. Ali G returns to the studio to discuss sex with a panel. Then he interviews James Baker and Marlin Fitzwater on their beliefs on religion.

  • Ralph Nader tells Ali G his opinions on politics, and Ali G reveals his opinions on the legalization of drugs. Afterwards, he discusses science with a roundtable of religious and scientific experts. Borat visits a New York Yankees' minor-league baseball team and attempts to sing the National Anthem. Then he goes to Nevada to join in a protest on nuclear testing. Ali G interviews former U.S. Surgeon General C. Everett Koop on the effects of smoking "non-tobacco" products.

  • Art is a form of expression, and Ali G has his own opinions he wishes to share. Then he interviews the interviewer James Lipton from Inside the Actors Studio. From there he's off to a panel discussion on the way media portrays art. Bruno stops by Los Angeles for a view on fashion. And Buzz Aldrin stops by to talk about space and the wacky things that it can do to you.

  • Newt Gingrich gives Ali G an interview to discuss recent politics. Bruno continues his coverage on Fashion Week in New York City. Borat visits Dallas, Texas to interview a gun club owner about his favorite weapons and his favorite section of the Bill of Rights. Ali G gets the low down on the forms of illegal narcotics from a US Drug Enforcement Agent and then tries to sell Donald Trump a new idea.

  • War, what is it good for? Ali G looks for answers at the United Nations and with former U.N. Secretary General Boutros Boutros-Ghali. Then it's off to discuss the nature of religion with a panel of chaplins and priests. Borat takes a class on American etiquette. And General Brent Scowcroft discusses war, among other things, with Ali G.

  • Ali G finds out about the "other side" of the law as he goes through the police recruitment process with the Philadelphia Police Department. Borat visits a dating company to find out about American dating rituals and habits. Designer Bruno goes to New York city to work the catwalk during it's Fashion Week. And former U.S. Attorney General Dick Thornberg grants Ali G an inteview to discuss the role of laws in the United States.

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