Episode 293

posted on Sep 14, 2017 | Comments (0)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 293

It’s another noisy lunch time in New York City!

In this episode:

  • Live from the Lenwich II,
  • Tiger R-Zone hand held console,
  • SNES Classic Mini,
  • Greg goes to Canada, eh, to meet Kathleen Turner and Drew Struzan,
  • Tim Horton’s,
  • Talking UFO’s with Richard Dreyfuss,
  • celebrity deaths (Jerry Lewis, Frank Vincent),
  • 1990 Stephen King IT Mini-series, starring Tim Curry,
  • reviewing 10 minutes of the Paul Feig Ghostbusters movie,
  • Transformers Combiner Wars web series on Machinima go90,
  • iPhone X,
  • and no, Sean Connery is still not dead.

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Episode 164

posted on Feb 9, 2011 | Comments (3)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 164

In this episode:

  • the iPhone 4 on Verizon,
  • a stupid style (sweater parties),
  • a Five Guys correction,
  • The Ron and Fez Show stealing our “This Man Is not Dead” bit,
  • Australian comedian James Smith talking about seppos,
  • making posters in elementary school for S.E.P.P.O. disabled competitive sporting events,
  • Robopocalypse vs. the Roboplastic Podcastalypse,
  • counterfeit versions of The Paunch Stevenson Show,
  • old toy robots we’ve never heard of (Lords of Light, Micronauts, Interchangeables, Starriors, and Robo Force),
  • Greg and Rob randomly seeing each other on the bus to NYC,
  • the Paunch luck (Greg getting ripped off at a Chinese buffet in Manhattan),
  • celebrity deaths (Gerry Rafferty, Captain Beefheart, Blake Edwards, and Bob Feller),
  • our movie review of The Other Guys (2010) staring Will Ferrell,
  • Michael J. Fox’s outtakes from The Frighteners (1996),
  • AVGN James Rolfe’s interview with Marty McFly voice actor AJ LoCascio,
  • Michael Gambon on British TV show Top Gear telling a crazy story about Christian Slater,
  • Michael Caine on British TV show Parkinson doing an impersonation of himself and Sean Connery,
  • and George Martin’s horrible 1998 album In My Life featuring Robin Williams, Bobby McFerrin, Jim Carrey, Sean Connery, and Billy Connolly.

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Episode 148

posted on Feb 24, 2010 | Comments (8)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 148

In this episode:

  • a roll call of our listeners,
  • the New York Jets vs. the Indianapolis Colts,
  • Jimmy the Greek,
  • weird comments on our Steven Seagal Hall of Lame post,
  • Steven Seagal vs. Jean-Claude Van Damme,
  • Van Damme’s return to professional kickboxing,
  • celebrity boxing (Dustin Diamond vs. Dustin Hoffman and Dennis Rodman vs. Dennis Haskins),
  • the Japanese believing Sony products break on purpose,
  • pieces of the white Apple Macbook cracking off,
  • Rob’s switch from the iPhone 3G to a free Pantech Reveal,
  • a video of Pee-wee Herman using the Apple iPad,
  • a fan dub of the G1 Transformers episode Scramble City,
  • Alan Alda as the voice of Bumblebee,
  • a Frank Welker fan site,
  • Michael Bay’s belief that superheroes don’t wear masks,
  • Dr. Phil as the voice of Optimus Prime,
  • and George Lucas re-releasing the Star Wars movies in 3D.

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Episode 144

posted on Nov 28, 2009 | Comments (3)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 144

In this episode:

  • Black Friday,
  • Regis Philbin’s hip surgery,
  • Sammy Sosa turning white,
  • Albert Belle chasing trick-or-treaters with a baseball bat,
  • a funny web site suggested by listener Joe in KY: www.peopleofwalmart.com (disgusting back photo),
  • Joe’s digital art web site,
  • Steven Seagal’s upcoming TV show Lawman,
  • Dennis Haskins on Twitter,
  • Mark-Paul Gosselaar in the Off Broadway play The Understudy,
  • Steven Tyler quitting Aerosmith,
  • Curb Your Enthusiasm,
  • Nicolas Cage going bankrupt,
  • a new Vacation movie,
  • Robin Williams,
  • Chris Elliott on How I Met Your Mother,
  • an Eliza Dushku update (Fox cancelling Dollhouse),
  • the made-for-TV animated movie TMNT: Turtles Forever,
  • Rob’s AT&T and iPhone 3G rant,
  • Gus (1976) starring Don Knotts,
  • and Oprah Winfrey’s new cable TV network.

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iPhone Idiots

posted on Jul 14, 2008 | Comments (6)

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On Saturday, July 12, 2008, I went to the Apple Store on 5th Ave. in Manhattan. This location is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. So how come I couldn’t go in?

The answer: because hundreds of people were lined up outside waiting to buy the new iPhone 3G and the Apple Store employees were only letting a few people into the store at a time. People like me who weren’t buying an iPhone had to wait in a separate line. The entire ordeal was ridiculous and unnecessary.

I hate waiting in line for five minutes at the grocery store, yet these fools were perfectly happy waiting in line for eight or nine hours to buy a telephone. You’d think it were a brand new invention.

What’s even more stupid is most of these idiots already have an iPhone from a year ago that’s 99% identical to the new one.

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