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Stay in character: Once you've put on the costume and gotten into character, try to stay in character for the entire night. This will make the costume more believable and will also be a lot of fun. Be confident: Ali G is known for his confidence and bravado. Walk around the party with a swagger, and don't be afraid to approach people and strike up conversations.
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In the first encounter between Ali G's West Staines Massive and their rival East Staines Massive, Ali G explains the boundaries. "Once you've passed the Bumblebees Day Nursery, just before you get to the mini roundabout… you know, on Elmsleigh Gardens… then you is in the Westside."Tracy, Kathleen (26 December 2007). Sacha Baron Cohen: The Unauthorized Biography: From Cambridge to Kazakhstan. p.140. ISBN 9781429993937 . Retrieved 13 January 2018. Daryl Gates (1926–2010), former Los Angeles Police Chief: Shortly after the interview begins, Ali asks him "what was it like being the head of the NYPD?". After Gates corrects him, Ali blames a language barrier as the cause of the misunderstanding, adding "well you says tomato, I says potato". During the midst of the interview, Ali confuses O. J. Simpson for Homer Simpson. Ali asks for information regarding criminals who swallow condoms which contain drugs and pretends to write down the information given to him, implying that he will later use the information practically. At the end of the interview, Ali incorrectly refers to him as Bill Gates. The film plot revolves around a Heathrow expansion, albeit a far more extreme one than has ever been proposed (Image: Steve Parsons/PA Wire) Surrey is a world away from Los Angeles
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There is a comment that 'we haven't lost Staines in 20 years' in Ali G Indahouse. While the party they're talking about is unclear, Spelthorne is a safe seat – it has had an unbroken stream of Conservative victories since 1950, and has only had one Labour win (George Pargiter) since its creation. Naomi Wolf (1962–), former political advisor to Bill Clinton and Al Gore, author and feminist: Ali expresses his concern that if women are granted human rights in the workplace then they will start asking for human rights at home. He also adds that men are the best cooks in the world and uses Colonel Sanders and Ronald McDonald as examples, compared to "Wendy"; the mascot of Wendy's Fast-food Restaurant, Wolf surprisingly agrees with him. Ali baits Wolf by expressing his view that women have better job opportunities than men, such as lap dancers, extras in music videos and strippers. He gives Wolf a "compliment" by saying that she could possibly work as a prostitute due to her attractiveness. Donald Trump (1946–), real estate developer and reality TV presenter; 45th president of the United States of America.  In the interview lasting under two minutes, Ali G proposes a business idea to Trump consisting of creating ice cream gloves, to which Trump replies "well, it sounds like a good idea and I hope you make a lot of money" before walking off the set.  
Professional basketball players Steve Nash (who was an award-winning player " MP3" according to Ali G and unable to speak proper English due to being Canadian), Kobe Bryant (whom he asks about the number of springs in a basketball), Ben Wallace (who he accuses of "playa-hating"), Shaquille O'Neal (whom he argued with about the meaning of the NBA, Ali thinking it stood for Nationwide Basketball Society), Tim Duncan (from whom he tried to get a pair of free trainers), Robert Horry, Dwyane Wade (who he did not realise was an NBA player, claiming he had just "sneaked in" to "hang with mah man Shaquille O'Neal"), Richard Jefferson (whom he called Thomas Jefferson's son), Charles Barkley, Kenny Smith and Reggie Miller. Kelso, Paul (21 March 2002). "Race protest at Ali G's film premiere". The Guardian. London . Retrieved 23 April 2010.