WATCH

Blow Jobs From Trump and Snake Charmers in Sacha Baron Cohen's Latest 'Who Is America?'

Ex-sheriff Joe Arpaio falls under the spell of a Sacha Baron Cohen's Finnish children's presenter and speculates upon whether Donald Trump likes golden showers in this week's show

Sheriff Joe Arpaio with OMGWhizzBoyOMG in the latest episode of "Who is America?"
Screengrab from "Who is America?"/Showtime

For once, Sacha Baron Cohen's Israeli anti-terror expert Erran Morad was not the star of the show in this week's "Who is America?" Instead, that honor went to a new character - a Finnish presenter called OMGWhizzBoyOMG, who somehow managed to get Joe Arpaio to say he would accept a blow job from the U.S. president.

In a segment supposedly about Shopkins toys, OMGWhizzBoyOMG instead got to share his passion for golden showers and race wars with the unwitting Arpaio, the one-time Arizona sheriff pardoned by President Donald Trump last year

After OMG asks Arpaio a question about gun control, he proceeded to "unbox" a toy Shopkins, D'lish Donut, much to the bewilderment of the pardoned sheriff.

"D'lish Donut is anti-guns and thinks all the guns should be given back," says OMG, forcing Arpaio to deliver a lecture to a small plastic object about how guns are part of the Constitution and that bad guys with guns could kill D'lish Donut.

"I'm hoping that somebody else [in the toy box] will have a gun and shoot that person!" he says, addressing the toy directly.

OMG then stuns Arpaio by telling him about his own collection of 43 guns. "You have 43 guns!" an incredulous Arpaio asks. "Oh yes," responds a smiley OMG. "I've been collecting them for the upcoming race war!"

OMG then moves on to discuss Donald Trump, asking Arpaio what the president is like. The ex-Arizona sheriff waxes lyrical about the president. Then, in his childlike tone, OMG asks Arpaio how rich Trump is and if he thinks he has ever had a golden shower, beaming, "I would love a golden shower!"

Oblivious to the reference, Arpaio tells OMG that Trump would love him if he saw this video, "because he thinks how you think!"

Living up to his name, OMG then asks Arpaio about his first ever hand job. Again, Arpaio appears to be existing on a different planet and answers sincerely about always going that extra mile throughout his career.

Cue a smiling OMG asking if Trump called Arpaio up and offered him an "amazing blow job," would he say yes. "I may have to say yes," responds the ever-earnest Sheriff Joe.    

Morad, meanwhile, deals with how you should react if Islamic terrorists ever storm your office, recruiting conservative activist (and fully trained electrical engineer) Shaun McCutcheon to the cause. 

Sgt. Erran Morad, right, with Shaun McCutcheon in the latest episode of "Who is America?"
Screengrab from "Who is America?"/Showtime

The terror expert explains the difference between the Israeli and American responses in such a situation: While Americans are told to run, hide and tell, Morad tells his eager student that the Israeli tactic is hide, infiltrate, violence. McCutcheon nods in agreement.

While lacking the lapdog stupidity that (now former) Georgia lawmaker Jason Spencer displayed in a similar segment on how to tackle ISIS terrorists back in episode two, McCutcheon is still remarkably compliant.

Happily accepting Morad’s assumption that a terror attack will be perpetrated by Islamic terrorists (and ignoring the fact that many of the attacks on U.S. soil are committed by right-wing extremists), McCutcheon charges at the “terrorist” with a piece of ham – oblivious to the right-winger-gammon reference.

Sure, this week’s segment feels like an inferior version of the Spencer episode, but it still contains a few jaw-dropping moments – like when McCutcheon races to turn his office cubicle into a “mosque,” complete with genie’s lamp, tub of hummus and him dressed as a snake charmer.

Then there's the moment where McCutcheon happily wears an obviously fake pair of hands, so his real hands are free to pull a gun on the terrorists.

So far, so slapstick. But the punch line shows, yet again, that there are no lines Baron Cohen won't cross in pursuit of a laugh or making someone look stupid. 

Morad forms an acronym from the words hide, infiltrate and violence, and tells McCutcheon: "When I give you the HIV, I want you to spread it, OK?" McCutcheon nods and doesn't even react when Morad encourages him to be “HIV positive.” 

Not quite vintage Erran, and definitely not in the league of previous segments like the "Kinder Guardians" and Roy Moore and the pedophile detector. But sometimes even Israeli terror experts have to cede the limelight to golden showers and blow jobs.