This month, a beefy-looking OJ Simpson will have a pay-per-view show called Juiced, though it ought to be spelled Juice’d in honor of the Ashton Kutcher series it rips off. During the hourlong show, Simpson, dressed in a variety of disguises, will witlessly prank unwitting victims, just short of cutting their heads off. One stunt, deemed “morally reprehensible” by Ronald Goldman’s father, Fred, involves Simpson trying to sell the Bronco that he used in his slow-speed getaway after the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman in 1994. “It was good for me, it helped me get away,” he says to a prospective buyer in a used-car showroom. You’d think that any money he makes from the show will go toward paying the mostly unpaid $33.5 million he owes the Browns and the Goldmans from the civil case that found him liable for the murders. But – wink wink – he’s not getting paid for it. “Basically OJ Simpson has decided to do this because he wants to do it, and he wanted to have fun with it,” executive producer Rick Mahr told AP.