The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 207

Part 2 of our 7th Anniversary Hoopla! Thanks to all the celebrities who appeared!

In this episode:

  • we meet Weird Al Yankovic,
  • Weird Al: The Book,
  • finding a Weird Al LP in a messy used record store,
  • Al’s least favorite album Polka Party!,
  • Scotti Brothers Records,
  • Crazy Eddie (his prices were insane!),
  • bantering around with Weird Al,
  • meeting friend and fellow NJ podcaster Brian Jude at the signing,
  • Weird Al recording “Smells like Nirvana” instead of “Snack All Night”,
  • how “I Lost on Jeopardy” revived the real Jeopardy! game show,
  • The Weird Al Show (1997) on CBS,
  • our trip to Chiller Theatre Expo 2012 in Parsippany, NJ,
  • getting a picture with Tom Wopat a.k.a. Luke Duke,
  • “Screech” Dustin Diamond teaching us a bar bet,
  • Ian Ziering of Beverly Hills, 90210 seated in the horror room,
  • John Wayne Bobbitt trying to talk to us,
  • meeting nice guy Andrew McCarthy, star of Weekend at Bernie’s II (1993),
  • meeting pop singer Samantha Fox,
  • meeting a grumpy Frank Vincent,
  • meeting Bronson Pinchot from Perfect Strangers,
  • old ABC TGIF trading cards Laffs,
  • Penny Marshall hiding from our camera,
  • talking with Robert Duncan McNeill from Star Trek: Voyager,
  • meeting a disinterested Shannon Elizabeth from American Pie (1999),
  • meeting Lethal Weapon‘s Danny Glover,
  • talking with the original voice of Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch, Caroll Spinney,
  • the upcoming Caroll Spinney documentary I Am Big Bird (2013),
  • our interview with Samantha Fox,
  • TigerTime campaign to save wild tigers,
  • and our new interview techniques.

Our pictures and videos from the Weird Al signing in Paramus, NJ:
Weird Al Yankovic book signing, Paramus, NJ 10/22/12
Weird Al Yankovic

Our pictures from the Chiller Theatre Expo 2012 in Parsippany, NJ:
Chiller Theatre Expo, Parsippany, NJ 10/27/12
Dustin Diamond

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