The Dictator Wrecks Aussie Morning Show
Sacha Baron Cohen invaded Australia's top morning show Today in character as The Dictator, and proceeded to thoroughly embarrass the trio of bright-eyed hosts, leaving them gobsmacked. Watch the fun…
One of the "world's most controversial leaders," General Aladeen suggested that Australia's prime minister should have a sex change, volunteered that he caught herpes from a New Zealand airways flight attendant, and called the co-host sugart#ts, "to quote Mel Gibson, who has just become the head of our department of race relations, and he's on the board of the Museum of Intolerance."
Aladeen also recommended "When you pay for hookers, don't use the government credit card. Always cash cash cash! I know it's tempting to put it on the card because of the air miles, but you have to do what's right. … What I did to Rihanna could have flown me around the world ten times first class!"
As the jokes got more and more off-color and the hosts were clearly uncomfortable, The Dictator smiled, "Breakfast TV. Why do you have me on? I know you're thinking about that. Worst comes to worst, you execute the producer."
The Dictator marches into theaters May 16.