Episode 281

posted on Jul 10, 2016 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 281

Rob returns to go through a box of old junk!

In this episode:

  • the Silver Beatles,
  • Abbott and Costello,
  • Wonderwall (1968) featuring the music of George Harrison,
  • Weird Paul Petroskey,
  • Rhino’s VHS releases of Get a Life,
  • George Carlin’s CDs,
  • Ladystein- the band that Rob scuttled our Angry Video Game Nerd interview for way back in episode 106,
  • recording NES and SNES video game soundtracks and selling them on eBay in 2000,
  • who the hell is Corn Mo?,
  • more VHS tapes (Richard Lewis, Pink Panther, Betty Boop, and Droopy),
  • BCI’s Filmation He-Man and the Masters of the Universe DVDs,
  • Voltron: Legendary Defender (2016) on Netflix,
  • Rhys Darby,
  • The National Videogame Museum in Frisco, TX,
  • meeting Mean Gene Okerlund, Damon Wayans, Dee and Mac from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Larry King, Jon Lovitz, Jeff Goldblum, Paul Schaffer, and the real Adam Goldberg,
  • Norm MacDonald, too,
  • and the indie instant messenger video game Emily is Away.

Old stuff 7/10/16
Rob’s old junk!

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Episode 245

posted on Jun 30, 2014 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 245

In this episode:

  • celebrity deaths (Ann B. Davis, H.R. Giger),
  • The Brady Bunch, starring Robert Reed and Florence Henderson,
  • Gilbert Gottfried voices your favorite video games (YouTube video),
  • Norm MacDonald Live season 2 (YouTube Channel),
  • Norm’s Billy Madison stories,
  • Tom Arnold vs. Max Wright,
  • Al Franken vs. George Harrison at Saturday Night Live rehearsal,
  • Rob-view of Neighbors (2014) starring Seth Rogen and Zac Effron,
  • The Other Woman (2014) starring Cameron Diaz and Kate Upton,
  • A Million Ways to Die in the West (2014) starring Seth MacFarlane and Charlize Theron,
  • thankful lack of CGI in Star Wars Episode VII (2015),
  • Honest Trailers take on the boring Star Wars prequels (YouTube Video),
  • meeting actor Nick Stahl at the airport,
  • a second encounter with Dan Aykroyd,
  • and “The Filmography of Ann B. Davis” by Fuzzy Daupner.

Pictures with Dan Aykroyd and Nick Stahl:
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Episode 186

posted on Jan 21, 2012 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 186

In this episode:

  • the Mayan apocalypse of 2012,
  • infamous medieval fortune teller Nostradamus,
  • 1980s housekeeper sitcoms (Benson, Mr. Belvedere, Charles in Charge, Who’s the Boss?),
  • “Ranger Joe” Dave Coulier from Full House,
  • the 50th anniversary reunion tour of The Beach Boys,
  • a Politically Incorrect skit starring Louie Anderson as Newt Gingrich and Bill Maher as the Godfather,
  • Bored to Death gets canceled,
  • our movie review of Paul McCartney Really Is Dead: The Last Testament of George Harrison (2010),
  • William Campbell,
  • Paul McCartney’s new 2012 album Kisses on the Bottom (1930s era songs),
  • Keith Richards fighting off a fan on stage with his guitar,
  • the Give My Regards to Broadstreet video game on the Commodore 64,
  • Robin Williams naming his children after video game characters,
  • CCG (collectible card game) stores and players,
  • giant board games (Axis and Allies, X-Men Under Siege),
  • Twitter follower @spacemandavid asking us to refer to him as Mrs. Paunch Stevenson,
  • donate to Eliza Dushku’s Tharce-Gulu charity,
  • and the dumb new DC Comics logo.

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Episode 149

posted on Mar 15, 2010 | Comments (2)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 149

In this episode:

  • George Harrison impersonator Glen Knowler’s version of “Something”,
  • Paul McCartney impersonator Neil Tudor singing “Jet”,
  • Beatles impersonators together on You Tube,
  • Mike Masse singing U2,
  • the death of rock and roll music,
  • country music vs. rap,
  • Jack Nicholson taking donations for Haiti,
  • Nicolas Cage,
  • From Paris with Love (2010) starring John Travolta,
  • rock band OAR cover of Led Zeppelin’s Fool in the Rain,
  • the upcoming movie Jurassic Park IV,
  • the death of toy cartoon shows,
  • Lego Arcade by Michael Hickox,
  • our review of Sherlock Holmes (2009) starring Robert Downey Jr.,
  • the upcoming movie The Sorcerer’s Apprentice (2010) starring Nicolas Cage,
  • a Rip Torn update and Rip Taylor on The Monkees,
  • Tom Green,
  • a celebrity death (J. D. Salinger),
  • Gallagher,
  • the 2009 Golden Raspberry Awards (the Razzies),
  • Al Pacino,
  • Jeff Bridges nominated for an Oscar,
  • and Beverly Hills Cop (1984) vs. 48 Hours (1982).

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Episode 143

posted on Oct 27, 2009 | Comments (6)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 143

Our Beatles episode!

In this episode:

  • The Paunch Stevenson Show four year anniversary,
  • Windows 7,
  • Rob’s Beatles CD collection,
  • the funny music video for “Coming Up” by Paul McCartney,
  • Yoko Ono’s horrendous songs on John Lennon’s Some Time in New York City album,
  • the music video for “This One” by Paul McCartney,
  • John Lennon wanting to play on “Why Don’t We Do It in the Road?”,
  • three generations of Lennon music (Freddie Lennon, John Lennon, and Julian Lennon),
  • Elvis Presley betraying The Beatles,
  • John Lennon’s terrible Rock ‘n’ Roll cover song album,
  • the bootleg of Lennon and McCartney’s only post-Beatles jam session (A Toot and a Snore in ’74),
  • George Harrison’s solo album Brainwashed,
  • Jeff Lynne,
  • Backbeat (1994) starring Stephen Dorff,
  • Two of Us (2000) starring Aidan Quinn,
  • The Beatles: Rock Band video game,
  • rhythm video games vs. playing real instruments,
  • the difference between the Beatles mono and stereo remastered CD boxed sets,
  • and some clips of Rob and friends playing Beatles songs live in Wes’s backyard on 9/19/09 (video).

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