Anyone watching this? It's about the sensational trial of football legend O.J. Simpson for the brutal 1994 murders of his wife and another man. I'm late to it, but a friend recommended it and I have to say it's very, very well done. Everyone in the cast is pretty good--the guy playing Judge Ito in particular seems spot on--but special kudos to Sarah Paulson (playing Marcia Clark) and Courtney Vance (playing Johnnie Cochran). I'm 6 (of 10) episodes in (after a Sunday binge) and can't wait to finish it up. The writers have done a great job showing how racial dynamics figure in this case, and how very well-attuned Cochran was to them, but how sometimes naive or oblivious Clark could be. As the story unfolds, you see the prosecution making mistakes that you know will come back to haunt them. One minor annoyance: O.J.'s good friend Robert Kardashian (played by David Schwimmer) figures prominently in the story, and the producers can't help themselves but make references to his now (in)famous children. There is one line to the kids that Schwimmer has--it's about the importance of having substance, not just fame--that is (I'm sure intentionally) ironic; I got a big laugh out of that. And just a reminder: NO SPOILERS! I don't want to find out how this one ends before I see the final episode.