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Episode 47: Interview with “Dude You’re Getting a Dell” Guy

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From 2000 to 2003 it was impossible to avoid seeing a commercial for Dell Computers. The tech market was booming and Dell had a killer spokesperson, Steve. Steve was a stonerish teen who pleaded with parents to get him and his friends a Dell. Well, this episode we got Steve. Ben Curtis played the character …

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