January 2012

Episode 187

posted on Jan 30, 2012 | Comments (4)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 187

In this episode:

  • Star Wars movies being re-released in theaters in 3D starting with The Phantom Menace,
  • Rob’s Star Wars knowledge derived only from video games,
  • Darth Vader and Jedi hamburgers in France (link),
  • What Ever Happened to? (Hayden Christensen),
  • Shattered Glass (2003) starring Hayden Christensen,
  • cross dressing Larry a.k.a. Lana Wachowski,
  • upcoming box office bomb Cloud Atlas (2012) starring Hugh Grant and Keith David,
  • the new Van Halen with David Lee Roth song “Tattoo”,
  • Hulk Hogan shaving his mustache,
  • Chuck Norris joining The Expendables 2 (2012) cast,
  • Rowdy Roddy Piper wrestling in an episode of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia,
  • Hasbro’s Transformers G1 toys (Masterpiece, Classics, etc.),
  • Michael Bay’s 3D Transformers The Ride,
  • Transformers Vault: The Complete Transformers Universe by Pablo Hidalgo,
  • Star Trek Vault: 40 Years from the Archives by Scott Tipton,
  • Star Wars Vault: Thirty Years of Treasures from the Lucasfilm Archives by Stephen Sansweet,
  • Barnes & Noble selling used books,
  • Moon 3-D and Mars 3-D books by Jim Bell,
  • local psychos (Donnie T and his bag of wrestling figures and Donnie D and his bike without brakes),
  • hiding from annoying kids during childhood,
  • and Mio Water Enhancer.

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Episode 186

posted on Jan 21, 2012 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 186

In this episode:

  • the Mayan apocalypse of 2012,
  • infamous medieval fortune teller Nostradamus,
  • 1980s housekeeper sitcoms (Benson, Mr. Belvedere, Charles in Charge, Who’s the Boss?),
  • “Ranger Joe” Dave Coulier from Full House,
  • the 50th anniversary reunion tour of The Beach Boys,
  • a Politically Incorrect skit starring Louie Anderson as Newt Gingrich and Bill Maher as the Godfather,
  • Bored to Death gets canceled,
  • our movie review of Paul McCartney Really Is Dead: The Last Testament of George Harrison (2010),
  • William Campbell,
  • Paul McCartney’s new 2012 album Kisses on the Bottom (1930s era songs),
  • Keith Richards fighting off a fan on stage with his guitar,
  • the Give My Regards to Broadstreet video game on the Commodore 64,
  • Robin Williams naming his children after video game characters,
  • CCG (collectible card game) stores and players,
  • giant board games (Axis and Allies, X-Men Under Siege),
  • Twitter follower @spacemandavid asking us to refer to him as Mrs. Paunch Stevenson,
  • donate to Eliza Dushku’s Tharce-Gulu charity,
  • and the dumb new DC Comics logo.

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