Episode 246

posted on Jul 19, 2014 | Comments (2)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 246

In this episode:

  • celebrity deaths (Casey Kasem, Tony Gwynn, Paul Mazursky, Mesach Taylor),
  • fat baseball players and chewing tobacco,
  • Sing Your Face Off, a celebrity impersonation and singing competition featuring Jon Lovitz,
  • Harrison Ford breaks a leg on Star Wars set,
  • that guy who was Wedge turns down a cameo,
  • bad news regarding the Loew’s Jersey theater in Jersey City, NJ,
  • Jerry O’Connell encounter, starring in off-broadway play American Hero,
  • Peter Cullen doesn’t like Jack Angel?,
  • Robert Vaughn meet courtesy of the Solo-Holics fan club,
  • ice cream sandwiches,
  • and DQ Grill & Chill’s ridiculous serving sytem.

Pictures with Jerry O’Connell and Robert Vaughn:
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Robert Vaughn Meet & Greet audio, Holiday Inn, New York, NY, 6/28/2014:

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Episode 235

posted on Jan 26, 2014 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 235

In this episode:

  • 30th anniversary of the Macintosh computer,
  • Esteban’s MacBook Pro graphics card failed,
  • Shia LaBeouf’s plagarism and fake retirement,
  • Justin Bieber’s fake retirement and drunk drag racing,
  • Michael Bay storms off Samsung’s stage at CES,
  • TV companies going back to curved screens?,
  • Rob finally gets a copy of Video Invaders by Steve Bloom,
  • upcoming film The Lego Movie (2014),
  • comparing the original RoboCop (1987) to the new version (2014),
  • comparing Monument Men (2014) to Kelly’s Heroes (1970),
  • Apple vs. Samsung and appealing court decisions,
  • Microsoft paying for positive XBox One reviews on YouTube,
  • a Rob-view of Blindsided a.k.a. Penthouse North (2013) starring Michelle Monaghan and Michael Keaton,
  • a good article about the history of the Nintendo GameCube,
  • Steven Seagal running for governor of Arizona?,
  • confusing Elisha Cuthbert with Eliza Dushku,
  • NSA spying,
  • Duck Dynasty phonies,
  • Rob’s box of sound effects,
  • celebrity deaths (James Avery, Danny Wells, Phil Everly, Bob Grant),
  • the pointlessness of 4K Ultra HDTVs,
  • Christmas car commercials (who really buys his wife a car for Christmas?),
  • who has more guns- people or the military?,
  • video game emulators vs. collecting/hoarding,
  • modern modifications to classic game systems,
  • and different classes of SD cards.

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Episode 233

posted on Dec 29, 2013 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 233

Happy New Year!!

In this episode:

  • rush hour traffic, accidents, and stupid crazy drivers in northern NJ,
  • black ice and rubbernecking,
  • Grudge Match (2013) starring old men Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro,
  • getting a defective set top box from Verizon FiOS,
  • will we ever get an “a la carte” cable service?,
  • Tim Meadows gets mad at Saturday Night Live for leaving him off a new “Bill Brasky” skit,
  • really bad unsuccessful SNL skit-based movies,
  • Richard Dean Anderson returns as MacGyver in European car commercial “Crisis Averted”,
  • Bill Cosby’s Comedy Central stand up special,
  • Ed Helms starring in a reboot of The Naked Gun?,
  • the Angry Video Game Nerd agrees with us: Pit-Fighter is the worst SNES game of all time,
  • lousy video games made by LJN and Acclaim,
  • a Christmas Rob-view of The Family Holiday (2007) starring Dave Coulier,
  • celebrity deaths (Bum Phillips, Peter O’Toole, Paul Walker, and Nelson Mandela),
  • what’s the point of a “supercar”?,
  • Brian Jude developing a film The Miracle Man (IndieGoGo fundraiser),
  • Disney revamping Indiana Jones,
  • and Microsoft Xbox One officials are the Lame Idiots of 2013!

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Episode 221

posted on Jul 26, 2013 | Comments (2)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 221

In this episode:

  • Josh Blake playing Jake Ochmonek, a Ralph Macchio imitation on ALF,
  • actress Randee Heller played the mother on ALF’s “Macchio” and The Karate Kid‘s real Macchio,
  • IFOCE update (Joey Chestnut defeats Sonya Thomas again in the Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest),
  • Larry David and J.B. Smoove in upcoming HBO film Clear History (2013),
  • our review of This is the End (2013), starring the cast of Pineapple Express,
  • why are cameo’s featured in movie trailers?,
  • our review of Man of Steel (2013), starring Henry Cavill,
  • short review of The Heat (2013) starring Sandra Bullock,
  • using a RedBox machine,
  • disappointing review of A Good Day to Diehard (2013), starring Bruce Willis,
  • upcoming Annie remake (2014), starring Jamie Foxx,
  • get well wishes to Tim Curry,
  • how get away with murder by using blood transfusions,
  • were ice cream cones a bad invention?,
  • life-size inflatable hamster balls for children,
  • celebrity deaths (Slim Whitman, Bobby Blue Bland, James Gandolfini, and Dennis Farina),
  • Blues Brothers video games,
  • crowdfunding for a new World’s Largest Pinball Museum in California (donate),
  • and more crowdfunding for the Seriously?! smartphone game, by video game programming legends Roger Hector and Al Alcorn (donate).

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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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