Episode 277

posted on Mar 15, 2016 | Comments (2)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 277

The day has come, it’s Rob’s farewell episode……Beware the Ides of March!

In this episode:

  • who’s worse- Bill Cosby, Charlie Sheen, or Tiger Woods?,
  • who’s coming to Chiller Theatre Expo in April?,
  • the O.J. Simpson trial verdict,
  • celebrity deaths (Joe Alasky, Natalie Cole, Robert Loggia, Bob Elliott),
  • even more important celebrity deaths (David Bowie, Alan Rickman),
  • Louie Anderson originally cast in Perfect Strangers,
  • the new theoretical ninth planet,
  • virtual reality age is upon us,
  • another broken toe for Rob,
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger takes over Celebrity Apprentice,
  • Trump!!!!!!,
  • impersonation roll call,
  • and what happens next?

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Episode 258

posted on Jan 31, 2015 | Comments (2)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 258

In this episode:

  • Paul McCartney collaborating with Kayne West?,
  • “Only One” sung properly by Sarah Close (video),
  • the lousy Celebrity Apprentice 7 cast,
  • the upcoming Star Wars: Battle Pod arcade game,
  • Weird Al’s 2015 tour,
  • overpriced music festivals,
  • Greg meeting friendly Hugh Jackman and unfriendly Sting,
  • the T-Rex at the Toys “R” Us in Times Square,
  • Greg also meeting the lovely Ruth Wilson and enigmatic Jake Gyllenhaal,
  • another Olivia Munn encounter,
  • Wade Boggs on It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and meeting him in person,
  • Tim Kitzrow- the voice of NBA Jam (Unrated SNES prototype),
  • a Richard Simmons update,
  • celebrity death (Joe Franklin),
  • hipsters now dressing like old prospectors from the 19th century,
  • 1980s lenticular baseball cards Sportflics,
  • Topps baseball sticker books,
  • early 1990s glossy/high-end sports card craze (Stadium Club, Fleer Ultra, Action Packed, etc.),
  • and Danny McEvoy covering “This One” by Paul McCartney (video).

Hugh Jackman & Sting (Theater District, New York City, 1/2/2015):
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Olivia Munn (Apple Store, NYC, 1/14/2015) & Jurassic Park T-Rex (Toys ‘R’ Us, NYC, 1/17/2015) :
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Hall of Fame baseball player/beer guzzler Wade Boggs (Hasbrouck Heights, NJ 1/25/2015):
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Episode 219

posted on Jun 6, 2013 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 219

In this episode:

  • Rob calls everyone “Living Legend” at Chiller Theatre,
  • How I Met Your Mother episode guest starring William Zabka and Ralph Macchio,
  • Celebrity Apprentice finale (Trace Adkins defeats Penn Jillette),
  • Gary Busey’s mechanical dog,
  • The Office finally comes to an end,
  • Liberace movie starring Michael Douglas, Matt Damon, Paul Reiser, and Dan Aykroyd,
  • another post-apocalypse movie Elysium (2013) starring Matt Damon,
  • Steven Seagal is the new ambassador to Russia?,
  • The Purge (2013) rips off Rob’s “everyone gets one free murder” concept,
  • co-workers hate Michael Bay,
  • Bay’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles using the voice actors in motion capture suits,
  • Leonard Nimoy and Zachary Quinto in Audi car commercial “The Challenge” ,
  • David Bowie surprises with new album The Next Day,
  • upcoming CGI Disney Star Wars Rebels (2014) cartoon,
  • Bernie Stolar, destroyer of 32-bit 2D video games,
  • the demise of SEGA,
  • Microsoft unveils the Xbox One,
  • DRM: Digital Rights Management,
  • proposed documentary on Atari’s New Mexico “E.T.” landfill,
  • what’s with all the NJ roadkill?,
  • our review of Rockshow: Wings Over America (1979/2013), starring Paul McCartney and Denny Laine,
  • Paul McCartney concert performances,
  • extremely high Stub Hub prices,
  • celebrity deaths (Chris Kelly, Ray Manzarek, Jean Stapleton),
  • somethingstore.com – get shipped mystery packages,
  • The Breeders reunite for a 20th anniversary tour,
  • Ashton Kutcher’s Steve Jobs movie gets panned,
  • Funny or Die’s iSteve parody biopic starring Justin Long,
  • SNES game Earthbound fetching huge ebay prices,
  • Esteban and the 7 Cities of Gold game coming to Wii U,
  • and Grimaldi’s Pizza in Clifton, NJ, has video game consoles to play.

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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 216

posted on Apr 3, 2013 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 216

In this episode:

  • Rob meant Cesar Chavez not Hugo Chavez,
  • guest list for the upcoming April Chiller Theatre Expo,
  • William Forsythe, Karen Allen, James Tolkan, Michael Dudikoff, Lorenzo Lamas, Billy Zapka, Denny Laine, and more,
  • what ended the band Wings?,
  • being forced to do a photo op with a celebrity,
  • celebrity death (Phil Ramone),
  • high mortality rate of The Temptations and The Ramones,
  • Mike Love firing Brian Wilson from The Beach Boys,
  • a Paunch Stevenson Show miracle: My Chemical Romance breaks up,
  • Louie Anderson competing on Splash,
  • update on the Celebrity Apprentice All-Stars,
  • Gary Buseyism F.A.R.T. (feeling a rectal transmission),
  • Upper Deck putting George Washington’s hair on a baseball card,
  • McDonald’s with Nintendo 64 or Gamecube kiosks,
  • Fuddruckers fast food chain with arcades inside,
  • rash of apocalyptic 2013 movies,
  • After Earth starring Will Smith, Obliviion starring Tom Cruise, and World War Z starring Brad Pitt,
  • Rob’s dream car- the DeLorean DMC,
  • Independence Day sequels coming,
  • Paunch luck: Greg misses PAX East convention with the flu,
  • Capcom revamping NES Duck Tales with original voice cast (including Alan Young!),
  • and George Lucas’s cameo in Beverly Hills Cop III.

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