Episode 161

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The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 161

Celebrating 5 Years of the Paunch Stevenson Show (Part II)!

In this episode:

  • UPS delivering to the wrong state and a nutty guy in Texas (from episode 99),
  • dueling Dr. Phil’s sing “Day-O (The Banana Boat Song)” (from episode 100),
  • a physics experiment with the fake Julius Sumner Miller: pressure (from episode 100),
  • our interview with Ted Danson (from episode 101),
  • our behind the scenes video of Rob interviewing Danson,
  • our interview with Ed Begley Jr. (from episode 101),
  • Paunch fan Esteban listening on four continents (from episode 108),
  • listening to every episode in reverse (from episode 110),
  • good celebrity encounter: Lewis Black (from episode 112),
  • bad celebrity encounter: Juliana Hatfield (from episode 112),
  • Celebrity Rehab featuring Gary Busey and Jeff Conaway (from episode 117),
  • our movie review of Snowglobe (2007) starring Christina Milian (from episode 119),
  • the antics and poor wrestling ability of the immortal Hulk Hogan (from episode 140),
  • Paul McCartney’s classical music flop (from episode 143),
  • the music video to Paul McCartney’s “Coming Up” (from episode 143),
  • Jesse Ventura making fun of Dick Cheney (from episode 150),
  • This Man’s Not Dead: Ross Perot (from episode 156),
  • and Jean-Claude Van Damme insulting Sylvester Stallone (from episode 157).

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Episode 117: Friday, November 21, 2008

posted on Nov 21, 2008 | Comments (5)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 117

In this episode:

  • our trip to Late Show with David Letterman,
  • Twilight (2008) starring Kristen Stewart,
  • the Neil Diamond tribute band Super Diamond,
  • JCVD (2008) starring Jean-Claude Van Damme,
  • our review of Quantum of Solace (2008) starring Daniel Craig,
  • our review of every James Bond movie ever made,
  • the upcoming movie Valkyrie (2008) starring Tom Cruise,
  • the trailer for the upcoming movie Star Trek (2009) starring Chris Pine,
  • the upcoming movie Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009) starring Shia LaBeouf,
  • characters in movies not watching the road while driving,
  • Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew starring Jeff Conaway and Gary Busey,
  • the yelling commercial guy Billy Mays,
  • NBC canceling My Own Worst Enemy starring Christian Slater,
  • Worst Week starring Kyle Bornheimer,
  • Stan Lee’s upcoming gay superhero show on Showtime,
  • parents in Nebraska leaving their teenage children at hospitals,
  • and another lawsuit against Michael Jackson.

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Episode 116: Wednesday, November 12, 2008

posted on Nov 12, 2008 | Comments (7)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 116

In this episode:

  • Barack Obama’s Presidential election victory,
  • useless political lawn signs and bumper stickers,
  • John McCain on Saturday Night Live,
  • CNN’s fake holograms,
  • blankets with sleeves (www.getsnuggie.com and www.theslanket.com),
  • Sarah Palin wearing a towel,
  • California ballot propositions,
  • the movie Ghost Son starring Ennis Cosby,
  • Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew starring Jeff Conaway and Gary Busey,
  • a celebrity death (Michael Crichton),
  • the final episode of ER,
  • Michael Crichton’s ridiculous views regarding global warming, aliens, DDT, and second hand smoke,
  • Journey to the Center of the Earth 3D (2008) on DVD and Blu-ray,
  • and an annoying feature on Wikipedia.

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