Episode 5: Did Johnnie Cochran really tell Chris Darden to make the white prosecutors deal with Mark Fuhrman?The Facts: Cochran gives Darden (Sterling K. Brown) that advice after the bench incident on the show.
The Verdict: Cochran didn't say it right after the bench incident, but he did say it, according to Darden.
Episode 5: Did Mark Furhman Really Own Nazi Medals?The Facts: The episode ends with a very dramatic reveal -- Fuhrman (Steven Pasquale) looking at a prized Nazi medal.
The Verdict: The real-life Darden says the real-life Fuhrman told him he did collect German World War II medals.
Episode 6: Did a Clerk Really Joke About Marcia Clark Buying Tampax?The Facts: The show said she had a ridiculous moment at the supermarket check-out.
The Verdict:The show is completely accurate.
Episode 6: Did Chris Darden Really Compliment Marcia Clark's Topless Photo?The Facts: The show says he did.
The Verdict: He did.
Episode 7: Did Chris Darden and Marcia Clark Almost Kiss?The Facts: We know, it's ridiculous to care about this, but Darden says it's the thing people ask about the most.
The Verdict: Darden says he and Clark had a "relationship" but isn't specific.
Episode 9: Did Chris Darden and Marcia Clark Risk Jail Over Judge Ito's Ruling on the Mark Fuhrman Tapes?The Facts: On Feb. 23, 1995, Judge Ito told Darden he was holding him in contempt -- but their argument had nothing to do with the Fuhrman tapes. And the"contempt" argument happened six months before Ito's Aug. 31, 1995 ruling on the tapes.
The Verdict: The show dramatically altered the reason and timing of the "contempt" argument.