"I'm still here, you bastards. I'm still here, I didn't die in that box," he says in a preview clip, before sending a message to them straight into the camera. "I'm still here. I'm 85 years old, I'm beat up all the hell and gone, but I'm still here and you're still pounding a beat. Smoke that."
Blake was accused of killing his second wife, Bonny Lee Bakley, after she was shot to death in 2001 following a dinner date with her husband at Vitello's in Studio City, California. Blake's defense: he couldn't have done it because he returned to the restaurant to retrieve his gun -- which he accidentally left in a booth -- when the shooting happened.
Though he was found not guilty after a trial, he was ordered to pay Bonny's family $30 million after a wrongful death civil suit. That number was later deemed excessive by an appeals court and cut in half, before he eventually settled with the family.