Episode 240

posted on Apr 18, 2014 | Comments (0)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 240

In this episode:

  • intro song – Take It Away cover by Danny McEvoy,
  • Overnightscape 11th Anniversary Special hosted by PQRibber,
  • music listening on the potty,
  • Food Should Taste Good,
  • celebrity death (Mickey Rooney, Ultimate Warrior),
  • Paul Walker stand ins,
  • Danny McEvoy,
  • Steven Seagal is a Russian traitor,
  • Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Nirvana induction ceremony with Joan Jett, Lorde, and Kim Gordon,
  • Cat Stevens,
  • Eddie Money,
  • when lead singers get replaced,
  • How I Met Your Mother‘s disappointing finale,
  • the Seinfeld finale,
  • Veronica Mars (2014) movie review,
  • Rob-view of Clear History (2013) starring Larry David,
  • David Letterman retiring,
  • Stephen Colbert to The Late Show,
  • and a Rhiannon cover by Danny and Jazzy McEvoy.

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Episode 239

posted on Mar 31, 2014 | Comments (2)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 239

In this episode:

  • Scott and Todd show canceled,
  • “Blame it on Hussein” Milli Vanilli song parody,
  • celebrity death (Hal Douglas),
  • the upcoming movie Console Wars from Seth Rogan and Evan Goldberg,
  • the grotesque Steve Jobs memorial statue,
  • the future Indiana Jones,
  • Ed Begley Jr. returns to the Paunch Stevenson Show,
  • 2014 Garden State GreenFest,
  • home energy audits,
  • the mainstream availability of “green” products,
  • our toilet seat preferences,
  • Rob getting too much fiber,
  • Lady Gaga vomited on,
  • Mike Masse’s cover song tournament,
  • the band Lake Street Dive,
  • Bad Self Portraits album,
  • a Rob-view of The Polar Express (2004),
  • Rob’s better mousetrap,
  • Leonard Nimoy,
  • Freddie Mercury sound-alike Marc Martel,
  • and our review of the fourth season of Arrested Development on Netflix.

Pictures and Video from the Garden State GreenFest on March 15, 2014 in Union, NJ:
Garden State GreenFest, Union, NJ 3/15/14
Greg, Rob, Ed Begley, Jr.
Ed Begley, Jr.

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Episode 238

posted on Mar 22, 2014 | Comments (0)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 238

In this episode:

  • celebrity deaths (Harold Ramis, Russell Johnson, David Brenner),
  • Bill Murray’s grudge with Ramis,
  • converting television shows from film to HD vs. video to HD,
  • observational humor,
  • disheveled Russell Crowe,
  • gifts from Space Man David,
  • RGB SCART cable,
  • 1979 book So You Want To Be A Dancer by William E. Thomas,
  • Paul McCartney does a podcast interview,
  • Mike Carbo’s New York Comic Book Marketplace,
  • Roddy Piper canceled,
  • our interview with voice actor Larry Kenney,
  • our meeting with Larry Storch and Johnny Brennan from the Jerky Boys,
  • One Sheet Studios (stylized, 3D art prints),
  • Star Wars cosplayers,
  • Nintendo World Store,
  • eating at Lenny’s The Ultimate Sandwich,
  • Adam Driver to play an upcoming Star Wars villain,
  • HBO series Girls, starring Lena Dunham,
  • Rocky the Musical,
  • and will How I Met Your Mother ever be resolved?

Pictures from the New York Comic Book Marketplace March 1, 2014 in New York, NY:
Mike Carbo’s NY Comic Book Marketplace, NYC 3/1/14
Larry Kenney
John Brennan
Larry Storch
Larry Kenny, Larry Storch, Jon Brennan photo DSC00514_zps1134cc79.jpg One Sheet Studios photo DSC00515_zps212be143.jpg

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Episode 237

posted on Feb 28, 2014 | Comments (3)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 237

In this episode:

  • 50th anniversary of the Beatles coming to America,
  • Ringo Starr’s hair and sunglasses,
  • “Queenie Eye” by Paul McCartney,
  • old rockers making new bad music,
  • our review of The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to The Beatles,
  • not having the Beatle kids play together with Paul and Ringo,
  • Adam Levine’s backstory,
  • twee music,
  • Katy Perry’s muumuu,
  • too much Dave Grohl is annoying,
  • Annie Lennox scares us,
  • today’s fake country music accent,
  • Beatles tribute impersonation band The Fab Four/Wingsband,
  • Ardy Sarraf,
  • sound fonts and “Coming Up” as a Sega Genesis song,
  • Konami arcade game Mikie (1984) using Beatles music,
  • Simon Cowell returns to England,
  • Ringo Starr and Eric Clapton wedding jams,
  • fantastic Atari video game artwork,
  • Adam Sandler resembles Don Flamenco,
  • a Windows 95 infomercial starring Jennifer Aniston and Matthew Perry,
  • This is the End (2013) reviewed again,
  • and Would You Rather (2012) starring Jeffrey Combs.

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Episode 236

posted on Feb 17, 2014 | Comments (0)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 236

In this episode:

  • what do Eskimos sound like?,
  • Nien Nunb,
  • nonstop terrible winter weather in NJ,
  • dodging potholes,
  • celebrity deaths (Pete Seeger, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Shirley Temple, Sid Caesar, Ralph Waite),
  • drug addictions,
  • double talk,
  • Chris Kattan is out of control,
  • What Ever Happened To? (Frank Caliendo),
  • ESPN Video,
  • 2014 Superbowl commercials,
  • Shia LaBeouf’s art exhibit of himself,
  • the first gay NFL football player, discrimination,
  • the Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014) movie cast,
  • the uniqueness of the original G1 Transformers,
  • and Beverly Hills Ninja (1997) starring Chris Farley.

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