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On July 17th of 2006, three days after You, Me and Dupree — a film both produced by, and starring, Owen Wilson — was released in cinemas, the following open letter, addressed to Owen Wilson’s brother, Luke, was posted on Steely Dan‘s official website. In it, the band humorously take a pop at Owen’s post-Bottle Rocket output and claim their