The Juice is once again loose on the Internet.
In an image released on Monday by Nevada's Department of Corrections, O.J. Simpson is posing for his first photo since July 13.
And he looks pretty darn happy to be standing for another mug shot, doesn't he?
The picture above was snapped this week at Lovelock Correctional Center, where Simpson has been a prisoner ever since he was convicted of armed robbery back in 2008.
Indeed, the probable murderer was arrested for breaking into a Las Vegas hotel room nine years ago, joining a group of other men in making an attempt to steal some sports memorabilia.
Simpson is eligible for parole next year.
According to one former friend of the ex-running back, Simpson may admit to killing Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman upon his eventual release from prison.
But we find that pretty hard to believe.
We also doubt he'll try to hook up with the Jenners upon his release.
In one of the most famous trials in this nation's history, Simpson was found not guilty of murdering his ex-wife and her friend in 1994.
Three years later, a civil jury found him liable for the double murders and ordered him to pay $33.5 million in damages.
But O.J. remained a free man... until, in a truly stunning development for someone who almost got away with murder, he went ahead and got convicted of a different felony many years later.
The case has been back in the news of late because FX aired a mesmerizing miniseries based on the investigation and trial this spring; while ESPN and ABC will premiere a six-part documentary on June 11 titled "O.J. Simpson: Made in America."
So now we have to ask once again:
Do you think O.J. did it?