Episode 293

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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 203

posted on Sep 30, 2012 | Comments (10)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 203

Thanks to Bob Budiansky, acclaimed comic book writer, editor, and artist, for joining us!

In this episode:

  • confusion about Peter Cullen’s age on Wikipedia,
  • the Star Wars Detours animated show from the Robot Chicken team,
  • our interview with Bob Budiansky,
  • his experience working with Hasbro,
  • early expectations for the Transformers toy line,
  • how Bob got involved with the comic book,
  • rushing to develop the original 26 Transformers characters in 1983,
  • limited coloring techniques in 1980s comics,
  • “knocking out” background characters,
  • the inspiration behind Bob’s Sleepwalker Marvel comic series,
  • former Marvel editor-in-chief Jim Shooter,
  • the anti-Super Man,
  • work atmosphere at Marvel Comics,
  • receiving a fan letter for Transformers from Stan Lee,
  • getting to work with Stan Lee,
  • Marvel Universe trading cards by Impel,
  • Bob’s life after leaving Marvel,
  • changes in the comic book industry,
  • the overuse of comic book gimmicks in the early 1990s,
  • Rob’s movie review of Mr. Holland’s Opus (1995) starring Richard Dreyfuss,
  • the new musical chairs-themed game show Oh Sit!,
  • Greg’s movie review of Underworld: Awakening (2012), starring Kate Beckinsale,
  • Shia LaBeouf inspired to act by Steven Seagal,
  • Nicolas Cage being sued for not returning rental DVDs,
  • a stupid style redux (short-shorts with pockets hanging out),
  • Tom Green’s stand-up comedy,
  • a Transformers collector on Pawn Stars,
  • and The Burn hosted by a disheveled Jeffrey Ross.

UPDATE!!! Greg actually ran into Bob Budiansky at the New York Comic Con!

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Episode 30: Monday, May 22, 2006

posted on May 22, 2006 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 030

In this episode:

  • “Star Wars Theme/Cantina Band” by Meco,
  • Ben and Jerry Stiller,
  • Poseidon (2006) starring Kurt Russell and Richard Dreyfuss,
  • Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Al Gore on Saturday Night Live,
  • various celebrity impersonations (Jim Nabors, Don Knotts, Christopher Lloyd, etc.),
  • X-Men and other comic book movies,
  • Apple’s QuickTime.com web site crashing Rob’s Firefox browser,
  • people drenched in paint for Jose Cuervo’s National Flavors Day,
  • the Superman Returns (2006) trailer,
  • more IMAX nonsense,
  • and The Old Jingle of the Episode (G.I. Joe theme song).

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