March 2006

Episode 22: Monday, March 27, 2006

posted on Mar 27, 2006 | Comments (16)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 022

In this episode:

  • an odd voice mail message on Rob’s mobile phone,
  • Isaac Hayes quitting South Park,
  • a Kevin Federline update,
  • the definition of “PopoZao,”
  • Richard Simmons’s hair,
  • the 1,000 pound man Michael Hebranko,
  • The Old Jingle of the Episode (Toys “R” Us commercial),
  • Kids “R” Us,
  • Jerry Lewis’s 80th birthday,
  • Rob getting credit in the Belleville Times for Greg’s middle school geography bee victory,
  • and My Chemical Romance exaggerating in interviews.

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Gunther

posted on Mar 20, 2006 | Comments (3)

Gunther

Here is a listener suggested Hall of Lame Entry, Swedish singer/entertainer Gunther.

Hey guys,

You should check out www.gunthernet.com. He is a musician from Sweden. Read his bio and watch his videos (especially “Ding Dong Song”). Words cannot describe this monstrosity. I think he would be a good candidate.

Dennis in NC

From the About page on Gunther’s website: “The four main things in Günthers life are Champagne, Glamour, Sex, and Respect!” Basically this guy’s videos look like a skit you might see on Saturday Night Live, but he’s serious. Not surprising, Sweden is the same country that brought us ABBA and Ace of Base.

Alf

posted on Mar 20, 2006 | Comments Off on Alf

Alf
Alf starred in his own sitcom, cartoon show, and comic book series in the mid 1980s through the early 1990s and hosted his own talk show in 2004. His real name is Gordon Shumway, he was the captain of his high school’s Bouillabaisseball team, and he likes eating cats.

Richard Mulligan

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Richard Mulligan and Sam the Eagle (Muppet)
Richard Mulligan played widowed doctor Harry Weston in the sitcom Empty Nest and looked very much like Sam the Eagle from The Muppet Show.

Episode 21: Monday, March 20, 2006

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The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 021

In this episode:

  • listener audio (The Transformers theme song by GT in Brooklyn),
  • Uno,
  • VH-1’s I Love Toys,
  • The Godfather video game,
  • an International Federation of Competitive Eating update (www.ifoce.com),
  • celebrity deaths (Kirby Puckett, Peter Tomarken, and Slobodan Milosevic),
  • old sitcoms (Empty Nest, ALF, and My Two Dads),
  • Max Wright,
  • The Old Jingle of the Episode (Tootsie Roll commercial),
  • Tina Turner,
  • and another interview with the fake Sean Connery.

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