Episode 266

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The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 266

In this episode:

  • a Harry Shearer/Simpsons update,
  • Darrell Hammond as Colonel Sanders in KFC commercials,
  • Dukes of Hazzard being removed from TV Land due to the Confederate Flag controversy,
  • Snapchat, Periscope, Meerkat, Tapatalk,
  • John Stamos going to rehab and starring in Fuller House,
  • Jimmy’s Seaside Fries,
  • Subway’s Jared Fogle says “that’s ignorant”,
  • Frank Welker and Peter Cullen appearing at Rhode Island Comic Con,
  • upcoming video game Transformers: Devastation,
  • getting a Jay and Silent Bob dual photo with Jason Mewes and Kevin Smith,
  • Jerry Seinfeld’s claymation episode that wasn’t produced,
  • meeting and annoying Larry David,
  • Jason Alexander feigns injury to get out of signing autographs,
  • hoarders who hoard autographs from Broadway actors,
  • and celebrity deaths (B.B. King, John Nash, Christopher Lee, Dusty Rhodes, Gilbert Lewis).

Jay and Silent Bob Get Old plus Seinfield, May 30, 2015 in NYC

Larry David, Jason Alexander and Matthew Broderick in NYC – June 2015

Ric Flair at Nielsen Dodge, East Hanover, NJ, June 20, 2015

Jerry Seinfeld encounter on video!

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Episode 265

posted on May 29, 2015 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 265

In this episode:

  • the defunct Plaza Game Room arcade on Route 46 in Little Falls, NJ,
  • the Mad Max films,
  • David Letterman’s retirement,
  • Harry Shearer quitting The Simpsons,
  • comedian Dan Soder’s “Macho Man” Randy Savage impression,
  • Kurt Cobain documentary Montage of Heck (2015),
  • bad Michael Douglas movies,
  • Greg meeting the Pawn Stars and American Pickers in NYC,
  • the Montclair Film Festival featuring Richard Gere, Stephen Colbert, Patrick Wilson, Dane DeHaan, Michael Ian Black, Bobcat Goldthwait & Kat Von D,
  • Greg going crazy to obtain New York Comic-Con tickets,
  • Wizard World Philadephia featuring Burt Reynolds, Cary Elwes, Sting, Adrian Paul, Summer Glau, Charles Martinet, and Hayley Atwell,
  • non-stop celeb hunting at NY Upfront/TV week,
  • meeting Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Robert Kazinsky, Fred Savage, Jamie Lee Curtis, John Travolta, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Craig T. Nelson, Ray Liotta, Dylan Walsh, Jerry Rice, Jane Lynch, Jeff Garlin, and Conan O’Brien,
  • meeting Richard Lewis and Artie Lange at a book signing,
  • finally meeting Bill Nighy and Jason Mantzoukas (Rafi from The League),
  • autographs through the mail from Jon Voight and Gary Busey,
  • Rob’s adventures in Yankee Stadium,
  • and who follows @paunchstevenson on Twitter?

TV Week featuring Conan O’Brien and Fred Savage, May 11-15, 2015, in Manhattan

Richard Lewis Book Signing featuring Artie Lange, May 20, 2015, in Manhattan

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Episode 79: Monday, August 6, 2007

posted on Aug 6, 2007 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 079

In this episode:

  • our review of The Simpsons Movie (2007),
  • bad animation in early episodes of The Simpsons,
  • getting in trouble for wearing Simpsons T-shirts to school in 1989 and 1990,
  • the shift in main character from Bart to Homer,
  • TV shows Rob wants on DVD (Family Matters, Charles in Charge season 2, and Get a Life),
  • the Paunch bad luck (Frank Welker and Harry Shearer),
  • British humor,
  • the upcoming movie Mr. Bean’s Holiday (2007) starring Rowan Atkinson,
  • Jason Lee as the voice of Underdog,
  • The Old Jingle of the Episode (“Talking Softball” by Terry Cashman, from “Homer at the Bat”),
  • Barry Bonds and Hank Aaron’s career home run record of 755,
  • celebrity deaths (Tom Snyder and Bill Walsh, thanks to www.deadoraliveinfo.com),
  • gigantic wooden console TVs,
  • Suburban Cablevision’s wooden remote control in the 1980s (Jerrold box),
  • and Joe Montana.

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