Episode 260

posted on Mar 19, 2015 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 260

In this episode:

  • celebrity death (Leonard Nimoy, Lesley Gore, Ernie Banks),
  • missing Nimoy’s convention appearances,
  • Mind Meld (2001) featuring Nimoy and William Shatner,
  • local psycho’s playing football (video),
  • Power Rangers actor murdered someone?,
  • Regis Philbin is really old,
  • Brian Williams can’t stop fibbing,
  • Bill Brasky,
  • Jimmy Fallon’s Saved by the Bell Reunion (video),
  • 12 Monkeys on SyFy,
  • Philips Hue lighting,
  • Matt Groening’s book signing,
  • “Big Book of Hell”,
  • disastrous signing at a NJ bar with Shaquille O’Neal,
  • and a guy using makeup to look like famous women (link).

Matt Groening (Simpsons co-creator) Book Signing in NYC – 2/13/15
Matt Groening

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Episode 259

posted on Feb 25, 2015 | Comments (0)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 259

In this episode we finally welcome long-time listener Space Man David!:

  • impressions and local psychos,
  • Death Wish rip-off Harry Brown (2009) starring Michael Caine,
  • Spaceman David’s listening back story,
  • tips on visiting jolly old England,
  • Clockwork Orange (1971), my brothers,
  • new brutalist architecture,
  • Star Wars VII thoughts,
  • Alias, starring Jennifer Garner,
  • the female Ghostbusters movie,
  • extremely long films (Transformers, Hobbit, Dune),
  • The Clash, Depeche Mode, The Jam,
  • hipsters,
  • to collect or not to collect?,
  • clutter,
  • bumpers and Paunch t-shirts,
  • Pee-Wee’s Playhouse in the UK,
  • upcoming comic book “Hierarchy” by David and his mates Paul and Nathan Kilburn,
  • Paunch episode 0,
  • bad British accents,
  • Popular/hated Brits to Americans,
  • Spice Girls,
  • downloading jpeg images in 1997,
  • trying to understand the speech of Cheryl Cole and Vinnie Jones,
  • and House of Nine (2004), starring Kelly Brook.

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Episode 258

posted on Jan 31, 2015 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 258

In this episode:

  • Paul McCartney collaborating with Kayne West?,
  • Only One sung properly by Sarah Close (video),
  • lousy Celebrity Apprentice 7 cast,
  • upcoming Star Wars Battle Pod arcade game,
  • Weird Al Tour 2015,
  • overpriced music festivals,
  • Greg meeting friendly Hugh Jackman and unfriendly Sting,
  • T-Rex at the Toys ‘R’ Us in Times Square,
  • Greg also meeting the lovely Ruth Wilson and enigmatic Jake Gyllenhaal,
  • another Olivia Munn sighting,
  • Wade Boggs, on It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and in person,
  • Tim Kitzrow, the voice of NBA Jam (Unrated SNES prototype),
  • Richard Simmons update,
  • celebrity death (Joe Franklin),
  • hipsters now dressing like old prospectors from the 19th century,
  • 1980’s lenticular trading cards Sportflics,
  • baseball sticker books,
  • early 90’s glossy sports card craze (Fleer Ultra, Stadium Club, Action Packed, etc.),
  • and Danny McEvoy covering This One by Paul McCartney (video).

Hugh Jackman & Sting (Theater District, New York City, 1/2/2015):
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Olivia Munn (Apple Store, NYC, 1/14/2015) & Jurassic Park T-Rex (Toys ‘R’ Us, NYC, 1/17/2015) :
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Hall of Fame baseball player/beer guzzler Wade Boggs (Hasbrouck Heights, NJ 1/25/2015):
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Episode 257

posted on Jan 23, 2015 | Comments (0)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 257

In this episode:

  • early spring Chiller Theatre 2015 guest list,
  • celebrity death (Taylor Negron),
  • Three Dog Night,
  • NASA probes Dawn (Ceres) and New Horizons (Pluto) will arrive at destinations this year,
  • dumb Mars “alien” conspiracies,
  • discovery of two new icy “planettes” in the solar system?,
  • the upcoming Pee-Wee Herman movie is coming to Netlfix?,
  • return of The X-Files,
  • new Star Trek 3 (2016) movie director/writer fired – Simon Pegg hired,
  • petition to destroy all copies of Transformers Age of Extinction (2014),
  • disastrous Galavant on ABC,
  • The Goldbergs re-enact Transformers the Movie,
  • a Rob-view of Movie 43 (2013), starring half of Hollywood,
  • and Rob’s LOST-a-thon midpoint update.

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Bill Cosby

posted on Jan 1, 2015 | Comments (0)

Bill Cosby The Paunch Stevenson Show Lame Idiot of The Year Award

Bill Cosby is the winner of The Paunch Stevenson Show Lame Idiot of 2014 Award.

At one time Bill Cosby was the biggest TV star in America, our favorite Ghost Dad. Prior to that he was one of the top comic draws of his generation. He was the Picture Pages host, brought us Fat Albert, The Cosby Show, Cosby, and I Spy series. For years he sold us Jello pudding…..

In 2014, after a seemingly innocuous comment at a comedy club by comedian Hannibal Buress quickly went viral, the allegations streamed in. Some two dozen women, including Lou Ferrigno’s wife, have accused Cosby of drugging their drinks, and sexually assaulting them. For some crazy reason, the Coz continues on his comedy tour. His website created a “meme” generator, which the internet quickly turned out thousands of rape jokes with. Please, listen to Judd Apatow, go into your mansion and HIDE! LAME!

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