*Tonight’s episode of “The People v. O.J. Simpson” will focus on the “bloody glove,” which LAPD detective Mark Furhman found outside of O.J. Simpson’s home. It was said to have matched another glove found at the crime scene where Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman were murdered.
But if you recall, the glove appeared too small for O.J.’s hands. Tonight’s episode, details the events leading up to that pivotal moment when he tried them on for the jury.
Prosecutors Marcia Clark (Sarah Paulson) and Christopher Darden (Sterling K. Brown) spend a good deal of the episode together – either fighting over having O.J. try on the glove in open court, or fighting against their growing sexual tension – which culminates in a scene that’s about as awkward as you could imagine.
Below, Brown tells us how he and Paulson relied on books written by Clark and Darden for research in portraying the pair’s special relationship:
Directed by Anthony Hemingway (“Underground”), the March 15 episode also includes a personal bombshell regarding Simpson’s attorney Johnnie Cochran, the “Columbian Necktie” defense, Robert Kardashian’s second thoughts on O.J.’s innocence — and Marcia Clark’s third hairstyle.
Watch the trailer below: