Episode 294

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The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 294

In this episode:

  • Paunch Stevenson returns to Chiller Theatre,
  • Rob finally meets Willie Aames, talks Charles in Charge,
  • Alexander Polinski’s drama, Nicole Eggert’s beauty light,
  • Michael Nesmith, Lou Diamond Phillips,
  • Jean-Claude Van Damme vs. Frank Dux hilarious trial in 1995,
  • Rob photographs Terri Runnels,
  • Don Harvey loves cookies, being directed by Verne Troyer,
  • marker explodes on Johnny Whitworth,
  • Michael des Barres from Pink Cadillac,
  • celebrity deaths (Tom Petty, Fats Domino),
  • RetroCon and TF Con mentions,
  • getting to meet Neil Ross, Jack Angel, Arthur Burkhardt,
  • the Tom Hanks book signing in NYC,
  • Curb Your Enthusiasm early reviews,
  • and getting dissed by Susie Essman.

TFCon, Reston, VA Photos
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Panel featuring Neil Ross and Jack Angel @ TFCon

RetroCon, Oaks, PA Photos
Pee-Wee's Playhouse Cosplay

Chiller Theatre, Parsippany, NJ Photos
Chiller Theatre Expo, Parsippany, NJ 10/28/17

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Episode 256

posted on Dec 31, 2014 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 256

In this episode:

  • NBC’s live performance of Peter Pan starring Christopher Walken,
  • Bill Cosby allegations,
  • Dustin Diamond stabs a guy in a bar,
  • Van Damme remaking Kickboxer (2015),
  • Paul McCartney’s music in the new video game Destiny,
  • Zooey Deschanel and Dennis Haskins,
  • the Dark Escape 4D arcade video game experience by Namco,
  • celebrity deaths (Normal Bridwell, Elizabeth Pena, Joe Cocker),
  • Clifford (1994) starring Martin Short and Charles Grodin,
  • “The Father of Video Games” Ralph H. Baer,
  • Tom Wopat and John Schneider performing Christmas songs from their new album Home for Christmas,
  • the Christmas Ice Caverns in Fairfield, NJ,
  • Sony Playstation 4 anniversary edition fiasco,
  • Sony Pictures hacked by North Korea?,
  • review of Interstellar (2014) starring Matthew McConaughey and Michael Caine,
  • Randy Quaid somehow appearing in ID4 Part II (2015),
  • What Ever Happened To? (Skeet Ulrich),
  • Xmas Rob-view of Prancer (1989) starring Sam Elliott and Abe Vigoda,
  • Xmas Rob-view of Finding Mrs. Claus (2012) starring Mira Sorvino and Will Sasso,
  • Xmas Rob-view of Merry In-Laws (2012) starring Shelly Long and George Wendt,
  • Jimmy Kimmel vs. John Krasinski Christmas pranks (video),
  • and the Lame Idiot of 2014 (including a nomination by listener Spaceman David).

Home for Christmas (Tom Wopat & John Schneider) – NYC – 12/3/14
Duke Boys

Christmas Ice Caverns, Fairfield, NJ
Ice Caverns

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Episode 241

posted on Apr 27, 2014 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 241

In this episode:

  • giant rats invading England, reports spacemandavid,
  • cosmic thoughts on meeting celebrities,
  • reaction from Danny McEvoy,
  • demolition/bubbleboy soccer,
  • Beanitos,
  • The Goonies 2,
  • Greg meeting Bob Saget,
  • Dirty Work (1998) directed by Bob Saget,
  • Lake Street Dive concert at the Bowery Ballroom NYC,
  • portable digital audio recorders,
  • Jean-Claude Van Damme’s silly red Predator suit,
  • Action Park returning to northern NJ,
  • classic movies redone as 8-bit “video games” (Youtube 8-bit Cinema),
  • He-Man one-on-one fighting game online,
  • Transformers The Movie stop motion re-creation (Youtube alphatrikma2),
  • Cosmos starring Neil DeGrasse Tyson,
  • lead poisoning,
  • and Pat Robertson says we’ll be killed by asteroids soon.

Meeting Bob Saget at his Dirty Daddy book signing at Bookends, Ridgewood, NJ on April 7, 2014:
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Pictures from the Lake Street Dive performance at The Bowery Ballroom, New York, NY on March 31, 2014:
Lake Street Dive performance at The Bowery Ballroom, NYC 3/31/14
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Episode 202

posted on Sep 16, 2012 | Comments (3)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 202

In this episode:

  • our review of The Expendables 2 (2012) starring Sylvester Stallone, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Chuck Norris, Jason Statham, Bruce Willis, and Arnold Schwarzenegger,
  • lots of guns and people getting shot,
  • even more blood and gore,
  • Dolph Lundgren’s chemical engineering degree coming in handy,
  • Chuck Norris facts,
  • Van Damme’s accent,
  • the high number of Indiana Jones references,
  • “classic” combat,
  • our ideas for the next sequel,
  • the trailer for Seven Psychopaths (2012) ripping off David Spade’s Lost and Found (1999),
  • a 100-year-old locked safe in Rob’s basement,
  • world champion safe cracker Jeff Sitar,
  • opening the safe on the air in a future episode,
  • Nintendo Power magazine ceasing publication (1988-2012),
  • Rob’s attempt to sell a huge crate of old issues,
  • being duped into buying bad video games by Nintendo Power previews and reviews,
  • Robs dog eating cat vomit,
  • celebrity deaths (William Windom, Tony Scott, Neil Armstrong, Phyllis Diller, and Michael Clarke Duncan),
  • Jesse Ventura’s “poisoned bottle water” conspiracy,
  • the origin of the expression “the whole nine yards”,
  • Greg meeting John Schneider of Dukes of Hazzard and Smallville,
  • problems getting a good picture with him,
  • deciding what items to get signed,
  • Greg’s home-made Dukes of Hazzard birthday cake from 1982,
  • and Wezzer’s rendition of the Dukes of Hazzard theme song.

1982 – Greg’s Dukes of Hazzard birthday cake.

2012 – Greg with John Schneider, imitating the DVD cover.

Pictures from the John Schneider Dodge Dealer Signings:
John Schneider signing, East Hanover, NJ, 8/17/2012
John Schneider signing, Sussex, NJ, 8/18/2012

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Episode 198

posted on Jul 4, 2012 | Comments (7)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 198

In this episode:

  • celebrity deaths (Ray Bradbury, Richard Dawson),
  • Paunch Stevenson Family Feud, starring Richard Dawson,
  • Old has been celebs, featuring Lou Ferrigno, Stan Lee, Sean Connery, Jean-Claude Van Damme, and Louie Anderson,
  • Old cartoon characters, featuring Megatron, Starscream, Peter Griffin, ALF, and Lion-O,
  • the Dueling Dr. Phils return to sing “Poker Face” by Lady Gaga, “California Gurls” by Katy Perry, “Rolling in the Deep” by Adele, and “Starships” by Nicki Minaj,
  • TV commericals interrupting other commercials,
  • What Ever Happened To? (Jake Steinfeld, a.k.a. Big Brother Jake, a.k.a. Body by Jake),
  • our nicknames for middle school janitors,
  • the Pramp-Pramp Posse (P.P.P.),
  • canceled television shows coming back years later and viewers not caring,
  • Futurama, Family Guy, Arrested Development, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?,
  • Apple stealing Rob’s idea for the iPad from 1988,
  • What Ever Happened To? (Vin Diesel and Shia LeBouf),
  • Phil Collins- the world’s largest Civil War memorabilia collector,
  • recalling David Duchovny in Zoolander (2001),
  • the dumb “two cups and a string” telephone science experiment,
  • Namco’s Flamin’ Finger arcade game is a scam,
  • and the old jingle of the episode, “Garden of Your Mind” by Mister Rogers.

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