May 2012

Episode 195

posted on May 21, 2012 | Comments (6)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 195

In this episode:

  • celebrity deaths (Vidal Sassoon and Adam Yauch of the Beastie Boys),
  • the Jackson family’s Pepsi deal,
  • Bill Pullman talking like “Macho Man” Randy Savage,
  • the crying wrestling fan (video),
  • Norm MacDonald’s boring golf tweets,
  • What Ever Happened To? (the Saturday Supercast podcast),
  • celebrity podcasts,
  • the upcoming Expendables 2 movie,
  • our review of God Bless America (2011) directed by Bobcat Goldthwait,
  • What Ever Happened To? (clock radios),
  • long sleeve T-shirts are contradictory,
  • sour cream doughnuts at Dunkin’ Donuts,
  • pointing out the flaw in the father’s line at the end of Dirty Dancing (1987),
  • What Ever Happened To? (Andy Milonakis),
  • having to be told to say “thank you” as a kid,
  • the Virtual Skipper series of yacht racing computer games,
  • the Tire Claw car security device (from the makers of The Club),
  • the infamous Nutley NJ tanning mom,
  • are all IHOP restaurants dumpy?,
  • things to do with your body when you’re dead,
  • politicians always getting caught cheating on spouses,
  • Dennis Haskins on and episode of Mad Men,
  • the whereabouts of Max Weinberg,
  • the strange Dating Brad Garrett failed reality/dating show,
  • Donald Trump suing Scotland,
  • space shuttle Enterprise flying over NYC,
  • Ringo Starr losing all his Beatles photographs,
  • Rob meeting Britta Phillips in 2003,
  • the Perfect Strangers video game (link),
  • J.J. Abrams turning Star Trek 13 (2013) into a comic book movie,
  • the quest for the maximum movie frame rate (Peter Jackson, James Cameron),
  • and Douglas Trumbull’s TORUS theater technology.

Rob meeting Britta Phillips of Satisfaction and Jem in 2003…

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Episode 194

posted on May 7, 2012 | Comments (3)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 194

In this episode:

  • a Paunch Stevenson Show update: Mel Blanc’s voice was definitely used in Daffy’s Rhapsody,
  • thoughts on New Girl and college cuisine from new Paunch fan Steve Rugel,
  • calling the Diarrhea Doctor,
  • the Beatles kids band, with James McCartney, Sean Lennon, Dhani Harrison, and Jason Starr,
  • new Paunch fans Adam and his son Nate impersonating Stan Lee,
  • spacemandavid’s “comment” marathon,
  • Penn Jillette fired on The Celebrity Apprentice,
  • Arrested Development returning in 2013 with new episodes on Netflix,
  • our review of Horrible Bosses (2011), starring Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis, and Charlie Day,
  • Chris Diamantopoulos, the new Moe Howard,
  • “I Should Have Never Gone Ziplining,” a live action episode of South Park,
  • Steven Seagal brings cheaply produced former Soviet bloc action movies to Reelz Channel in True Justice,
  • animated interpretation of The Kid From Brooklyn (link),
  • Tupac Shakur hologram,
  • Pepper’s ghost illusion,
  • Rob’s dorky Looney Tunes t-shirt collection in the 1990s,
  • What Ever Happened To? (Calista Flockhart),
  • Liverpool, England obsessed with Donny Osmond,
  • Axl Rose too out of shape to sing,
  • wild turkeys running loose in New Jersey,
  • What Ever Happened To? (our interest in the International Federation of Competitive Eating),
  • blame for high gasoline prices,
  • the other MTV Julie Brown on YouTube,
  • the Paunch luck: 92Y Tribeca screening, Q&A with Chris Elliott sold out,
  • Bobcat Goldthwait,
  • the fantastic website Pica-pic.com that lets you play 1980s hand-held LCD games,
  • the free application Joy2Key that maps keyboard keys to a computer joystick,
  • celebrity deaths (Dick Clark, Jonathan Frid, and Levon Helm),
  • Howard Stern as the newest judge on the TV competition show America’s Got Talent,
  • and one of Greg’s favorite musical groups The Band.

Rob wearing one of his infamous Looney Tunes t-shirts in 1994…
Marvin the Martian

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