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Whatever happened to…

George Steel? Is he pursuing a second career as a drug mule or does he have his own series on Comedy Central?

(Thanks to DA for the sighting!)

2 comments

  • operaassport says:

    I see him more as a Bravo type. Perhaps permanently tending bar for Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live.

  • operaassport says:

    Absolutely no interest in this topic, apparently. Is that a symbol of his worth?