Borat, Sacha Baron Cohen's Kazakh reporter character who went from comedy hero to played-out punchline due to overexposure (of many kinds) after his movie conquered pop culture in 2006, made a triumphant return to American television on Wednesday night.
Cohen appeared as Borat on Jimmy Kimmel Live to introduce the trailer for The Brothers Grimsby, an upcoming action-comedy starring Cohen. Borat says people shouldn't see the movie, because Cohen's characters are offensive, especially his new one, Donald Trump.
"It is clearly a parody of a rich American racist," Borat says. Kimmel assures him that Trump is in fact real, but Borat doesn't believe him.
"He do not even look real," he says. "Cohens have spent all the money on orange paint for face and leave no money for wig."
He then makes a filthy joke about his beloved Pamela Anderson. Check it out, including the trailer for The Brothers Grimsby.
And in case you were worried, he does say "my wife!"