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WATCH: Hilarious Steve Jobs Parody Pokes Fun At Dell's CEO

Let's just say the late Apple co-founder and Dell's head honcho have a bit of history between them...
by Neps Firmalan | Oct 8, 2015
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ICYMI: Steve Jobs, a biographical drama movie based on the life of the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, is set to be released in the US of A this month.

However, it has already been generating quite a buzz in the previous months thanks, in part, to Michael Fassbender's highly-anticipated portrayal of one of tech history's most enigmatic and polarizing personalities ever.

And when an upcoming movie is generating a bit of hype, expect trailer parodies to be not far behind, like this hilarious skit by Team Coco, which stars someone who's the exact opposite of the film's titular character:

Oh man. Someone like that should be given the pink slip, STAT! Oh wait, he's the boss. Welga!

Interestingly, this parody has a bit of real-life history in it. There's actually a real "Michael Dell" and, yes, he is the CEO of Dell Inc., one of Apple's rivals in the desktop market.

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But it goes even deeper. Apparently, Michael once said the following line in response to a then-struggling Apple in 1997: "What would I do? I'd shut it down and give the money back to the shareholders." Ouch!

Not too quick to forget, Steve Jobs hit back at the quote during a product launch in the same year:

Then, 14 years later, Michael sorts of backtracks and clarifies his statement in the video below:

Conan O'Brien's parody suddenly became more than just another comedic routine.

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