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'''Billy Dexter''' is a character from the [[Grand Theft Auto series]] who appears as a radio show host in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]. In [[1992]] he was the host of [[Entertaining America]] on [[West Coast Talk Radio|WCTR]], a talk radio station. He had wanted to call the show ''Stack the Dex'', but was unable to change the name. He planned to interview [[Richard Goblin]], a chef, before being fatally and accidentally shot by [[Jack Howitzer]]. Dexter was later replaced by [[Lazlow]], with Howitzer later be put on trial for the murder of Dexter.
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'''Billy Dexter''' is a character from the [[Grand Theft Auto]] series who appears as a radio show host in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]. In [[1992]] he was the host of [[Entertaining America]] on [[West Coast Talk Radio|WCTR]], a talk radio station. He had wanted to call the show ''Stack the Dex'', but was unable to change the name. He planned to interview [[Richard Goblin]], a chef, before being fatally and accidentally shot by [[Jack Howitzer]]. Dexter was later replaced by [[Lazlow]], with Howitzer later be put on trial for the murder of Dexter.
  
 
He is evidently a follower of the Epsilon Group as he uses their saying "Kifflom".
 
He is evidently a follower of the Epsilon Group as he uses their saying "Kifflom".

Revision as of 01:07, 21 September 2010

Billy Dexter is a character from the Grand Theft Auto series who appears as a radio show host in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. In 1992 he was the host of Entertaining America on WCTR, a talk radio station. He had wanted to call the show Stack the Dex, but was unable to change the name. He planned to interview Richard Goblin, a chef, before being fatally and accidentally shot by Jack Howitzer. Dexter was later replaced by Lazlow, with Howitzer later be put on trial for the murder of Dexter.

He is evidently a follower of the Epsilon Group as he uses their saying "Kifflom".