Sacha Baron Cohen attends the premiere of Disney's "Alice Through The Looking Glass," May 23, 2016.
AFP / Robyn Beck
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Provocateur Sacha Baron Cohen has rebooted his ambush chat show and you have to admire the sheer perseverance of the host and his so-called guests alike.The first episode follows Baron Cohen's tested formula, which is to create a bunch of off-the-wall characters and set them loose on the unsuspecting public, either wing-tipped or rednecked.Baron Cohen has played a dim, wannabe gangster, an anti-Semitic Kazakh correspondent and a gay Austrian reporter.Baron Cohen and his team play to vanity but end up with something truly grotesque.
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