Episode 268

posted on Aug 15, 2015 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 268

In this episode:

  • Chiller Theatre October 2015 lineup,
  • celebrity deaths (Frank Gifford, Roddy Piper),
  • the hapless New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith’s jaw broken over a $600 plane ticket,
  • Hulk Hogan fired for being a racist,
  • why bring back Prison Break?,
  • Curb Your Enthusiasm returning?,
  • Esteban’s TurboGrafx Turbo Club package,
  • Star Wars Rogue One (2016) cast announced,
  • meeting Jennifer Lopez, Adam Sandler, and Paul Rudd in New York,
  • Adam Sandler’s album They’re All Gonna Laugh At You,
  • and Overnight Delivery (1998) starring Paul Rudd and Reese Witherspoon.

Jennifer Lopez in New York, July 17, 2015

Adam Sandler in New York, July 20, 2015

Paul Rudd in New York, July 23, 2015

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Episode 237

posted on Feb 28, 2014 | Comments (8)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 237

In this episode:

  • 50th anniversary of the Beatles coming to America,
  • Ringo Starr’s hair and sunglasses,
  • “Queenie Eye” by Paul McCartney,
  • old rockers making new bad music,
  • our review of The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to The Beatles,
  • not having the Beatle kids play together with Paul and Ringo,
  • Adam Levine’s backstory,
  • twee music,
  • Katy Perry’s muumuu,
  • too much Dave Grohl is annoying,
  • Annie Lennox scares us,
  • today’s fake country music accent,
  • Beatles tribute impersonation band The Fab Four/Wingsband,
  • Ardy Sarraf,
  • sound fonts and “Coming Up” as a Sega Genesis song,
  • Konami arcade game Mikie (1984) using Beatles music,
  • Simon Cowell returns to England,
  • Ringo Starr and Eric Clapton wedding jams,
  • fantastic Atari video game artwork,
  • Adam Sandler resembles Don Flamenco,
  • a Windows 95 infomercial starring Jennifer Aniston and Matthew Perry,
  • This is the End (2013) reviewed again,
  • and Would You Rather (2012) starring Jeffrey Combs.

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Episode 218

posted on May 7, 2013 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 218

In this episode:

Our pictures from the Chiller Theatre Expo April 2013 in Parsippany, NJ:
Chiller Theatre Expo, Parsippany, NJ 4/27/2013
The New, New Monkees

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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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Episode 183

posted on Nov 29, 2011 | Comments (2)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 183

Sixth anniversary of the Paunch Stevenson Show (Part II)!

In this episode:

  • election lawn signs for Stallone and Hogan in Northern NJ,
  • Conrad Murray trial verdict in death of Michael Jackson,
  • more NJ pizzeria stereotypes,
  • get rich quick (the classy pizzeria),
  • celebrity death (Smokin’ Joe Frazier),
  • What Ever Happened To? (Judge Mills Lane and Fairuza Balk),
  • Adam Sandler cursing his female co-stars’ careers,
  • Greg meets the legendary William Shatner,
  • anecdotes from his new book Shatner Rules,
  • the movie Incubus (1966) spoken entirely in Esperanto,
  • In Living Color returning to Fox in 2012,
  • another celebrity death (Heavy D),
  • Johnny English Reborn (2011) starring Rowan Atkinson,
  • Rob’s fundamental categories of video games (fun, strategy, and wonder),
  • why can’t a one-person bathroom be unisex?,
  • the Paunch luck (we missed a chance to meet Stan Lee),
  • cheap 1980s Halloween costumes for children (Voltron, E.T., etc.),
  • super expensive price for Mark Hamill’s autograph or photo,
  • Greg meets the star of Hercules (Kevin Sorbo),
  • Greg meets Eliza Dushku at last!,
  • a motion ride using George Lucas’ Red Tails,
  • movie cars (1966 Batmobile, 1989 Batmobile, 1985 Back to the Future DeLorean),
  • Michael J. Fox impersonator,
  • Carroll Spinney, original voice and puppeteer of Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch,
  • New York Comic Con chaos and costumes,
  • KRE-O Transformers,
  • R2D2Builder.com R2-D2 working models,
  • tracking down a Quiznos restaurant,
  • Michael Jackson’s stoned singing,
  • and the return of the Hobo!

It's really

Flickr Album – New York Comic Con, NYC 10/16/11

The Great William Shatner, NYC, 10/6/11

Flickr Album – William Shatner book signing, NYC 10/6/11

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