What do "the Kato Kaelin footage from the OJ trial" and "Current Affair" mean? Hello, English speackers! Could you explain these expressions, please? The contextes are: "And we''ll go to the Kato Kaelin footage from the OJ trial." "... to have money for your appearance on Current Affair." Are they the TV shows? Thank you.
Apr 25, 2016 3:03 PM
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The "OJ trial" was the trial of O.J. Simpson for the murder of his wife and Ron Goldman. It was pretty high profile, and a lot of it was televised. In the context you describe, a television show is about to show some of the recording of the O.J. Simpson trial that Kato Kaelin speaks in. "A Current Affair" was a TV show that's been of the air for a while now.
April 25, 2016
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