The Juice Will Likely Be Loose On Thursday
That’s right, all signs point to O.J. getting paroled on Thursday after serving his nearly nine year minimum on a 33 year sentence for armed robbery of sports memorabilia. “Assuming that he’s behaved himself in prison, I don’t think it will be out of line for him to get parole,” said David Roger, the retired Clark County district attorney. That brings up the question of where does the Juice go first with an exclusive interview to make money? ABC would seem to be the favorite here. Maybe there’s a network bidding war with NBC and the Juice makes more than he expects. Look, the networks could use a Juice interview for a couple of weeks. There could be all sorts of teasing. Maybe ABC uses the interview on ESPN around NFL coverage. Same goes for NBC. The news here is that the world of TV has changed since Juice went into the pen back in 2008. He’s going to come out of this just fine…and only 70!
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