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We called up O.J. Simpson for last week's Mystery Photo, and he called in some legal assistance to help us out.

O.J. Simpson

We figured you'd have plenty of ideas about what was going on here, so Page 2 asked you to come up with some clever captions. You filled our mailbag with more than 1,800 responses.

Here's a look at some of the best caption suggestions from your readers.

"What are yooouuuuu doing? What are yooouuuuu doing? What are yooooooouuuuuu doing?"
Aaron McManus
Laguna Niguel, Calif.

"I got this little phone to make my hands look bigger. It's all about the gloves, man!
Greg Weaver
Alvin, Texas

Seen here is O.J. trying to keep the real killer on the line, while the detectives in the background listen in as they trace the call.
Anthony Burd
Medford, Mass.

"So, if I act now, I get the free steak knife set when I buy the fabulous new Ginsu?"
Don Curtis
Apex, N.C.

"Come on, baby ... you know I stopped wearing gloves after that incident that we don't talk about ... get me something else for Christmas."
Kevin M. Edwards
West Bay Shore, N.Y.

"A.C. It's O.J. Warm up the Bronco."
Mark Maynard
Reno, Nevada

O.J. Simpson and his new "Dream Team" of lawyers all take turns calling Mark Fuhrman to ask if his refrigerator is running.
Kirby Whalen
Avon, Conn.

"Hello, God, it's me, Orenthal. I know I said I wouldn't do it again, but this time I really mean it.
Chapel Hill, N.C.

"Hey, guys, does the back of me look as guilty as the front of me?"
Jon Zielinski

"Lieutenant Nordberg here."
Adam Rauch
Plainview, N.Y.

"Guilty? Are you sure? Maybe you didn't shuffle enough, Miss Cleo."
Port Clinton, Ohio

"Johnnie? It's O.J. ... You are never gonna guess where I am."
Sam Fazio

O.J. Simpson and his agents work on a deal for attorneys on their Fantasy Courtroom League draft day.
Sean Bulger
Wixom, Mich.

"Hi, Satan. I thought I told you never to call me here."
Ryan Mitstifer
Winston-Salem, N.C.

".... Yeah, Pete, put down 500 for me on Cincinnati ..."
Rory Skaggs
Nashua, N.H.

O.J. Simpson in court on charges that he threatened his girlfriend and his newest "Dream Team" discuss their strategy: "If her number ain't on speed-dial, this must be a mis-trial."
Hopkinsville, Ky.

The "Help O.J. Make Bail" telethon is in high gear.
Mickey B
Harlingen, Texas

"Juice here... What's that? You found Nicole's killer on the 9th Green at Augusta. I'll be right there!"
Brad Twarowski
Spring Grove, Ill.

Ad for Sprint Wireless (OJ Voiceover):

"Hi, I am O.J. Simpson. When you find yourself a defendant in multiple pieces of litigation, you are going to be on a mobile phone a lot. So are your attorneys. That's why I recommend Sprint Wireless. Good service, free roaming, and it keeps the attorney's fees down. The jury is in: Sprint wins."
Craig Jacobson
Portland, Ore.

"Hi, Johnny, it's me again. Listen, I was wondering if you got that copy of the Anna Kournikova workout tape for me yet ..."
Steve Ross

"Can you believe they banned the use of cell phones while driving? I mean, how's a guy supposed to talk to the media during a chase? I'm gonna talk to Ito about this one."
Jenn L.
Millersville, Md.

The FBI has become far less covert about monitoring O.J.'s calls.
Brannan Willson
Stinson Beach, Calif.

"Why are you calling me when we're in the same room... wait a minute, the call waiting just beeped."
Bill Marko
Hyde Park, N.Y.

"Hey, genius, I'm right behind you."
Kyle Branson
Springfield, Mo.

"Simon says put phone on right ear. I said, 'Right ear.' You're out, OJ."
Michael Burriss

Just when you thought O.J. couldn't get any more annoying, he goes and buys a a cell phone!
John Fallon
Bensalem, Pa.

"Johnny, you gotta come up with something good that rhymes with Road Rage."
Bobby World

And here is the real caption from The Associated Press: O.J. Simpson, center, his attorneys Yale Galanter, left, and Craig Brand, right, talk on cell phones during a break in Miami circuit court Oct. 10 in Miami, during the second day of jury selection for Simpson's trial. Simpson faces two to 16 years in state prison if convicted of auto burglary and battery charges based on an angry road encounter Dec. 4. He is accused of reaching into another motorist's window and scratching him while tearing off his eyeglasses. (AP Photo/WilfredoLee)

Mystery Photo responses Oct. 12: Tennis, everyone?

Mystery Photo responses Oct. 7: He shoots, he ...

Mystery Photo responses Sept. 28: Safe at home

Mystery Photo responses Sept. 21: Coming up short

Mystery Photo responses Sept. 18: Hat tricks

Mystery Photo Sept. 7: Tough shot

Mystery Photo Aug. 31: Oh, Danny boy!

Mystery Photo Aug. 24: Baby doll

Mystery Photo Aug. 17: Wild night at the ballpark

Mystery photo Aug. 10: Doubles divas

Mystery photo Aug. 3: Hoops, I did it again

Mystery photo July 27: I've got it!

Mystery photo July 20 extras: Fiddling with captions

Mystery photo July 20: The Devil you say?

Mystery photo July 13: The BoSox Boys

Mystery photo July 6: Reunited...

Mystery photo June 29: This just in ...

Mystery photo June 22: Caught in the act

Mystery photo June 18: What's up with Bobby Cox?

Mystery photo June 8: Kobe Bryant plugged

Mystery photo June 1: Something about Shaq

Mystery photo May 25: Two wild and crazy guys

Mystery photo May 17: Nothing but net

Mystery photo May 11: Tim and Jerry

Mystery photo May 3: Drop 'em

Mystery photo April 27: Great seats, eh?

Mystery photo April 23: Ready, aim ...

Mystery photo April 16: Hey, buddy

Mystery photo April 9: Gone fishin in Florida

Mystery photo April 2: Getting kissed off

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