February 2010

Episode 148

posted on Feb 24, 2010 | Comments (8)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 148

In this episode:

  • a roll call of our listeners,
  • the New York Jets vs. the Indianapolis Colts,
  • Jimmy the Greek,
  • weird comments on our Steven Seagal Hall of Lame post,
  • Steven Seagal vs. Jean-Claude Van Damme,
  • Van Damme’s return to professional kickboxing,
  • celebrity boxing (Dustin Diamond vs. Dustin Hoffman and Dennis Rodman vs. Dennis Haskins),
  • the Japanese believing Sony products break on purpose,
  • pieces of the white Apple Macbook cracking off,
  • Rob’s switch from the iPhone 3G to a free Pantech Reveal,
  • a video of Pee-wee Herman using the Apple iPad,
  • a fan dub of the G1 Transformers episode Scramble City,
  • Alan Alda as the voice of Bumblebee,
  • a Frank Welker fan site,
  • Michael Bay’s belief that superheroes don’t wear masks,
  • Dr. Phil as the voice of Optimus Prime,
  • and George Lucas re-releasing the Star Wars movies in 3D.

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Liza Life Coach- Cheri Oteri and Mark Linn-Baker Are Back!

posted on Feb 16, 2010 | Comments (1)

Cheri Oteri and Mark Linn-Baker (Cousin Larry Appleton from Perfect Strangers) have their own new web show, Liza Life Coach:


It’s pretty good so far and I’m curious to see where they go with it. Here’s the first full episode…Mark’s character Joe experiences the Paunch bad luck!

Lucky Joe Won the Lottery But He Doesn’t Want to Cash In (7:27)

The Griswolds Return!

posted on Feb 7, 2010 | Comments (1)

I’m a huge fan of the National Lampoon’s Vacation movies. Out of the blue, Chevy Chase and Beverly D’Angelo returned to their roles as Clark and Ellen Griswold. They even brought out a brand new Family Truckster!

The commercial appeared during the Super Bowl, but turns out homeaway.com filmed a full short film (14 minutes)! It’s pretty funny.

There’s also a behind the scenes video of YouTube here.