Episode 272

posted on Oct 17, 2015 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 272

In this episode:

  • Back to the Future Day,
  • failed predictions from the movie,
  • Class of 96 drama series starring Lisa Dean Ryan,
  • Rob’s dreadful interviews with the cast of Hair,
  • a Randy Quaid update,
  • he’s Chevy Chase and we’re not (Greg meeting Chevy),
  • the Marty Moose song,
  • why did they make the Fletch movies?,
  • Tim Allen a.k.a. Tim Dick,
  • more Hollywood remakes, including Die Hard,
  • a Rob-view of The Heartbreak Kid (2007) starring Ben Stiller vs. The Heartbreak Kid (1972) starring Charles Grodin,
  • and Steve Rannazzisi’s 9/11 lie and subsequent mess.

An Evening with Chevy Chase in New Rochelle, NY, September 16, 2015

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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 159

posted on Nov 2, 2010 | Comments (4)

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 7: Monday, December 12, 2005

posted on Dec 12, 2005 | Comments (4)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 007

In this episode:

  • a phone call with the fake Michael Jackson,
  • Ted Danson’s blackface in 1993,
  • celebrity deaths (Pat Morita),
  • Collision Course (1989) starring Jay Leno and Pat Morita,
  • sci-fi disaster movies,
  • TV Guide‘s new larger format,
  • the CBS made-for-TV movie Category 7: The End of the World (2005) starring Shannen Doherty and Randy Quaid
  • Independence Day (1996) starring Will Smith and Jeff Goldblum,
  • a super-strong toilet bowl,
  • Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin,
  • and a get-rich-quick scheme (eliminate shaving).

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