Episode 289

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The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 289

Co-hosted by the Immortal Lanza

In this episode:

  • Cinema Twain screening and meeting Val Kilmer in West Nyack, New York,
  • “Broadway” fans,
  • celebrity death (Chuck Berry),
  • Monster Mania report (Wilford Brimley, John Cusack),
  • new esotheric TV series (Legion, The OA),
  • Martin Kove aka John Kreese talks Terry Silver,
  • The Next Karate Kid (1994), starring Hillary Swank,
  • the future of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,
  • Lanza really didn’t like Terminator Genisys (2015) or Independence Day: Resurgence (2016),
  • celebrity death (Bill Paxton),
  • Frailty (2001), directed and starring Bill Paxton,
  • and what’s the more well known film, Back to the Future I or II?.

MM 36 Program
Monster Mania XXXVI Photos

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Episode 258

posted on Jan 31, 2015 | Comments (2)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 258

In this episode:

  • Paul McCartney collaborating with Kayne West?,
  • “Only One” sung properly by Sarah Close (video),
  • the lousy Celebrity Apprentice 7 cast,
  • the upcoming Star Wars: Battle Pod arcade game,
  • Weird Al’s 2015 tour,
  • overpriced music festivals,
  • Greg meeting friendly Hugh Jackman and unfriendly Sting,
  • the T-Rex at the Toys “R” Us in Times Square,
  • Greg also meeting the lovely Ruth Wilson and enigmatic Jake Gyllenhaal,
  • another Olivia Munn encounter,
  • Wade Boggs on It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and meeting him in person,
  • Tim Kitzrow- the voice of NBA Jam (Unrated SNES prototype),
  • a Richard Simmons update,
  • celebrity death (Joe Franklin),
  • hipsters now dressing like old prospectors from the 19th century,
  • 1980s lenticular baseball cards Sportflics,
  • Topps baseball sticker books,
  • early 1990s glossy/high-end sports card craze (Stadium Club, Fleer Ultra, Action Packed, etc.),
  • and Danny McEvoy covering “This One” by Paul McCartney (video).

Hugh Jackman & Sting (Theater District, New York City, 1/2/2015):
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Olivia Munn (Apple Store, NYC, 1/14/2015) & Jurassic Park T-Rex (Toys ‘R’ Us, NYC, 1/17/2015) :
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Hall of Fame baseball player/beer guzzler Wade Boggs (Hasbrouck Heights, NJ 1/25/2015):
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Episode 231

posted on Dec 2, 2013 | Comments (2)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 231

In this episode:

  • listener reaction to Searching for Sugar Man,
  • shout out to Smidge Kurdlebaum of the GunkCast podcast,
  • should police officers wear suits of armor?,
  • Stan’s Rants on YouTube by Stan Lee,
  • our recap of season 9 of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and season 5 of The League,
  • Nick Kroll’s Funny or Die “The Thanksgivukkah Movie Trailer”,
  • the upcoming Need for Speed (2014) movie,
  • our review of The Last Stand (2013) starring Arnold Schwarzenegger,
  • new Baywatch-esque show SAF3 starring Dolph Lundgren,
  • video on demand complaints,
  • JFK assassination anniversary, conspiracy, cover up, and obsession,
  • Greg’s video from the Jesse Ventura book signing,
  • sugar coated, revisionist, useless history books used in schools,
  • 1993-94 Boston Tea Party school project video,
  • today’s class warfare and the never-ending healthcare policy debate,
  • virtual reality discussion,
  • Oculus Rift, arcade games Beach Head 2002 and Vortek,
  • and the Old Jingle of the Episode (Baywatch theme song “I’m Always Ready” by Jimi Jamison).

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Episode 204

posted on Oct 14, 2012 | Comments (6)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 204

We finally open Rob’s 111-year-old safe, thanks to World Champion Safe Cracker Jeff Sitar! What’s inside??

In this episode:

  • Rob’s bars of silver,
  • not keeping the boxes to our old toys growing up,
  • Dave Coulier constantly farting on the Full House set,
  • the Full House cast reunion,
  • the faux cast replacement for It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,
  • opening Rob’s antique safe,
  • the defunct Victor Safe and Lock Company,
  • introducing World Champion Safe Cracker Jeff Sitar (website),
  • Jeff’s background in safe cracking,
  • working as a consultant on action/heist movies,
  • being featured on Discovery Channel, History Channel, Good Morning America, etc.,
  • bank vault safeguards,
  • what’s Rob’s safe worth?,
  • Jeff’s martial arts training,
  • Bruce Lee,
  • Jackie Chan contacting Jeff and sending him an autographed copy of his movie Rob-B-Hood (2006),
  • Horatio Sanz vs. Kevin Smith,
  • an amazing fan-made Star Wars Tie Fighter animation by Otaking77077 (video),
  • where CGI cartoon shows have gone wrong,
  • the Coleco Dukes of Hazzard Power Cycle,
  • toy and video game prices in 1983,
  • and Game Show Network’s dating show Baggage hosted by Jerry Springer.

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Episode 187

posted on Jan 30, 2012 | Comments (4)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 187

In this episode:

  • Star Wars movies being re-released in theaters in 3D starting with The Phantom Menace,
  • Rob’s Star Wars knowledge derived only from video games,
  • Darth Vader and Jedi hamburgers in France (link),
  • What Ever Happened to? (Hayden Christensen),
  • Shattered Glass (2003) starring Hayden Christensen,
  • cross dressing Larry a.k.a. Lana Wachowski,
  • upcoming box office bomb Cloud Atlas (2012) starring Hugh Grant and Keith David,
  • the new Van Halen with David Lee Roth song “Tattoo”,
  • Hulk Hogan shaving his mustache,
  • Chuck Norris joining The Expendables 2 (2012) cast,
  • Rowdy Roddy Piper wrestling in an episode of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia,
  • Hasbro’s Transformers G1 toys (Masterpiece, Classics, etc.),
  • Michael Bay’s 3D Transformers The Ride,
  • Transformers Vault: The Complete Transformers Universe by Pablo Hidalgo,
  • Star Trek Vault: 40 Years from the Archives by Scott Tipton,
  • Star Wars Vault: Thirty Years of Treasures from the Lucasfilm Archives by Stephen Sansweet,
  • Barnes & Noble selling used books,
  • Moon 3-D and Mars 3-D books by Jim Bell,
  • local psychos (Donnie T and his bag of wrestling figures and Donnie D and his bike without brakes),
  • hiding from annoying kids during childhood,
  • and Mio Water Enhancer.

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