Episode 280

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The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 280

In this episode:

  • celebrity deaths (Michael Cimino, Theresa Saldana, Anton Yelchin),
  • James Marsters talks the Dush,
  • Brian O’Halloran talks Hockey and Clerks,
  • Caseen Gaines talks Pee-Wee’s Big Holiday and celebrity death of Prince,
  • Lanza recaps the Wizard World Philadelphia convention featuring Michael J. Fox and Lea Thompson,
  • meeting Tate Donovan, Freddie Prinze, Jr., and Mark Ruffalo who blanked us,
  • and AMC’s Comic Book Men (Ming, Walt, Bryan).

Un-discovered Realm Comic Con – May 1, 2016

Wizard World Philly – June 4, 2016
Michael J. Fox

Lea Thompson


Tate Donovan

Freddie Prinze, Jr., just wouldn’t budge on signing my poster!

A perturbed Mark Ruffalo, who wouldn’t take photos with us.

Heroes & Villains Fan Fest NJ – July 3, 2016
The Comic Book Men

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Episode 263

posted on Apr 24, 2015 | Comments (2)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 263

It’s our Chiller Theatre Expo April 2015 retrospective.

Chiller Guests:

Also in this episode:

  • end of the Ron and Fez Show,
  • Jeremy Piven,
  • Greg denied by Michael Keaton,
  • Greg missed Michael J. Fox thanks to moronic out-of-control autograph dealers,
  • Jason Biggs is not Jewish but is from New Jersey,
  • Greg attending the Paul Blart Mall Cop 2 movie premiere for some dumb reason,
  • a Rob-view of Cape Fear (1991) starring Nick Nolte and Robert De Niro,
  • Harmy’s Star Wars Despecialized Edition,
  • Blackthorne Publishing’s The Transformers in 3-D comic books,
  • Greg’s streak of bad luck meeting A-list celebrities,
  • Jay Leno,
  • Tribeca Film Festival 2015,
  • met Michelle Rodriguez, Steve Guttenberg, Garrett Hedlund, Kevin Pollak, and Robert DeNiro,
  • missed George Lucas, Olivia Wilde, George Clooney, Christopher Walken, Arnold Schwartzenegger,
  • radio man,
  • chasing down Justin Long and Amanda Seyfried,
  • FX upfronts (Chris Parnell, Jessica Walter, and Steve Ranazissi).

Jeremy Piven – Mr. Selfridge March 20, 2015, in Manhattan

Final Ron & Fez Show April 3, 2015, in Manhattan

Paul Blart Mall Cop 2 Premiere April 11, 2015, in Manhattan

FX in Manhattan 4/22/2015

Tribeca Film Festival 2015, in Manhattan

Pictures from the Chiller Theatre Expo April 24, 2015 in Parsippany, NJ:
Chiller Theatre Expo, Sheraton Hotel, Parsippany, NJ, 04/24/15
Richard Karn
Michael Gross

Chiller Theatre Autographs, 04/24/15
Richard Karn

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Episode 164

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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 159

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The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 159

Our first-ever completely unedited episode!

In this episode:

  • Michael Caine skips out on his book signing!,
  • The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992) starring Michael Caine,
  • the song “Michael Caine” (1984) by Madness,
  • celebrity deaths (Tom Bosley of Happy Days and David the Gnome, and the inventor of fractals Benoit Mandelbrot),
  • the new “emo” inspired Superman redesign,
  • Jean-Claude Van Damme denies having a heart attack while doing split,
  • the Back to the Future teaser trailer redone for the Spike Scream Awards (video),
  • Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd celebrate the BTTF 25th anniversary (video),
  • Bill Murray appears at the awards in his Ghostbusters costume! (video),
  • once again the upcoming movie Ghostbusters III (2012),
  • AMC Theaters re-release of Back to the Future (1985),
  • fan customized DeLorean DMC-12’s to look like the movie versions,
  • The Heartbreak Kid (2007) starring Ben Stiller,
  • the upcoming movie Gulliver’s Travels (2010) starring Jack Black,
  • Fleischer Studios’ Gulliver’s Travels (1939) animated feature film,
  • the HBO series Bored to Death starring Ted Danson and Jason Schwartzman,
  • the new Huey Lewis and the News album Soulsville (2010),
  • the perfect length of a pop or rock and roll song,
  • Taylor Swift and her obnoxiously long and bad songs,
  • past oldies-inspired Huey Lewis albums Plan B (2001) and Four Chords and Several Years Ago (1994),
  • Will Smith’s daughter Willow Smith and her new song “Whip My Hair,”
  • Kid Rock’s new song “Born Free” – inspired by Bob Seger or ripped off from Simon and Garfunkel?,
  • Randy Quaid and his wife arrested and afraid of the “Hollywood Star Whackers,”
  • the new American Idol judges,
  • our rapid fire movie review of The Social Network (2010) starring Jesse Eisenberg,
  • and Facebook’s controversial advertising scheme.

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Episode 73: Monday, June 11, 2007

posted on Jun 11, 2007 | Comments (9)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 073

In this episode:

  • Carroll Shelby,
  • Bill Cosby’s Super Snake custom car and Tony Maxey’s death,
  • a new X-Files movie,
  • the upcoming movie Star Trek (2008),
  • various actors we’d prefer as the voice of Megatron in the upcoming movie Transformers (2007),
  • the upcoming movie Pee-wee’s Playhouse: The Movie (2009),
  • Teen Wolf (1985) starring Michael J. Fox and Teen Wolf Too (1987) starring Jason Bateman,
  • Steve Jobs buying Pixar from George Lucas in 1986,
  • live-action G.I. Joe fan movies (Special Missions and Battle for the Serpent Stone),
  • insane celebrities,
  • the fall of Britney Spears,
  • and a Kevin Federline update.

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