Episode 277

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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 185

posted on Dec 31, 2011 | Comments (2)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 185

Happy New Year!!

In this episode:

  • a sing off: Eliza Dushku’s “Freedom” vs. Paul McCartney’s “Freedom”,
  • Yoko Ono ruining the Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus performances,
  • John Lennon in The Dirty Mac with Eric Clapton, Mitch Mitchell, and Keith Richards,
  • Rob’s genius idea #1 (bomb scare to cancel a sports game),
  • Jean-Claude Van Damme playing hockey in Sudden Death (1995),
  • Rob’s genius idea #2 (everybody gets a free crime to commit),
  • Tom Cruise hires people to be his fans in India,
  • Tom Hanks posting pictures of his injured thumb on Twitter,
  • our new Paunch Twitter account,
  • Alec Baldwin gets thrown off a plane and makes fun of it on Saturday Night Live,
  • the trailer for the upcoming movie The Three Stooges (2012),
  • a remake of Gilligan’s Island starring the cast of Curb Your Enthusiasm,
  • Unabomber Ted Kasinsky being tortured with CIA mind control,
  • more incompetent bus drivers,
  • What Ever Happened To? (comedian Bob Nelson),
  • the new Modern Warfare video game making $4 billion in its first few days of sales,
  • Hulk Hogan and Brutus Beefcake suing Hogan’s ex-wife,
  • Miyamoto not retiring from Nintendo,
  • our Lame Idiot of the Year award goes to Charlie Sheen,
  • and the runner up is Kim Kardashian.

Here’s our take on the Curb Your Enthusiasm cast starring in a new Gilligan’s Island!
Curb Your Enthusiasm Cast in Gilligan's Island

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Charlie Sheen

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Charlie Sheen The Paunch Stevenson Show Lame Idiot of The Year Award

Charlie Sheen is the winner of The Paunch Stevenson Show Lame Idiot of 2011 Award.

Last October, Charlie Sheen was busted for trashing a swank hotel room at New York’s Plaza Hotel, admitting to using drugs and having a hooker over. In the face of controversy, Sheen admitted himself to his third attempt at “home rehab.” With CBS growing anxious, they decided to halt production on his hit show Two and a Half Men, which infuriated Sheen. He took to the airwaves and the internet, blasted the studio, the network, and the show’s creator Chuck Lorre, and refusing to come back to work without a 50% raise. Eventually Sheen was fired, losing his $1.8 million dollar an episode salary.

Shortly after being fired, child services removed his toddler children from his house, where Sheen lived with former porn stars. His ex-wife Brooke Mueller, gets into worse trouble than Charlie. Sheen became an internet sensation, but tweeting nonsensical things like “Duh, winning”, “Tiger Blood”, and “Warlock.” He would repeat these things in prime time interviews, including a bizarre night on Pierce Morgan’s show, in which Charlie was clearly wasted. Sheen attempted multiple comebacks by hosting web cam shows, where he spewed more craziness, and a video on Funny or Die.com where he cooked food mixed with cigarettes.

Lastly, Charlie attempted a comedy/improv tour, but he was booed off the stage in Chicago and Detroit, and quit shortly thereafter. He also claimed to be starring in a new movie, Major League 3, even though that film was already produced over 10 years ago with Scott Bakula. Somehow, Sheen, like Keith Richards, has managed not to kill himself, so we expect he’ll eventually return to film and TV. Where’s Hot Shots part Twee?

Episode 167

posted on Apr 7, 2011 | Comments (4)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 167

In this episode:

  • Rob’s favorite adjective “weird,”
  • Frank Nora’s doppelganger/clone theory,
  • George Lucas and Lionel Richie look-alikes at NAVA,
  • John Carpenter’s Vampires (1998),
  • classic 1990s science fiction series SLIDERS,
  • The Beatles’ lousy movie Magical Mystery Tour (1967),
  • Paul McCartney teaching Steven Spielberg how to make movies,
  • Yoko Ono’s solo career,
  • wannabe Beatle Jeff Lynne,
  • musicians embarrassing themselves past their primes,
  • the Rolling Stones,
  • Phil Collins’s rumored retirement,
  • “Land of Confusion” music video by Genesis,
  • Jon Bon Jovi blaming Steve Jobs for ruining music sales,
  • Jersey Shore Snooki wrestling in the WWE,
  • dummies getting famous (Does the cream really rise to the top?),
  • Dr. Phil being sued yet again,
  • Aflac firing Gilbert Gottfried for his jokes about Japan,
  • Norm MacDonald’s Twitter,
  • and Charlie Sheen going nuts.

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Episode 156

posted on Sep 1, 2010 | Comments (6)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 156

In this episode:

  • What Ever Happened To? (H. Ross Perot),
  • the upcoming movie Yogi Bear (2010) starring Dan Aykroyd and Justin Timberlake (video),
  • the upcoming cartoon show Transformers: Prime starring Peter Cullen and Frank Welker (video),
  • the upcoming cartoon show G.I. Joe: Renegades,
  • Steve Carell leaving The Office,
  • Extras starring Ricky Gervais,
  • the razor blade scam,
  • counterfeit money detection pens,
  • celebrity deaths (George Steinbrenner and James Gammon),
  • the Major League movies,
  • our movie review of Whatever Works (2009) starring Larry David,
  • our hatred of Woody Allen,
  • The Jerky Boys,
  • and Greg’s problem selling things on the Amazon Marketplace.

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