Episode 274

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The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 274

In this episode:

  • celebrity deaths (Yogi Berra, Fred Dalton Thompson),
  • Steven Seagal posting click bait videos on Warrior Zen website,
  • the Steve Jobs (2015) movie flops,
  • Back to the Future Day,
  • meeting director of BTTF and Polar Express, Robert Zemeckis,
  • Supernatural NJ Con experience,
  • New York Comic Con 2015 coverage,
  • meeting the cast of The Walking Dead,
  • the Eliza Dushku/Lanza photo struggle,
  • Greg missing out on meeting Clint Eastwood, Sarah Michelle Gellar, and Josh Holloway due to a cold,
  • Chiller Theatre Fall 2015 coverage,
  • meeting the Lost in Space cast,
  • meeting M.C. Gainey from LOST,
  • legendary actor Paul Sorvino, star of That’s Life,
  • Linda Henning, who played Quinn’s mom on Sliders,
  • Matt Dillon freaking out,
  • C. Thomas Howell of The Outsiders,
  • Veronica Cartwright, star of Alien, Flight of the Navigator, and The Right Stuff,
  • catching up with Ian Ziering,
  • a crazy free Alice Cooper signing,
  • the great Bob Newhart,
  • a preposterous ransom to meet Ringo Starr,
  • Rhode Island Comic Con 2015 and meeting Transformers voice acting gods Peter Cullen and Frank Welker,
  • also meeting Michael Keaton, Keanu Reeves, and Wendi McLendon-Covey,
  • Ricky Steamboat and the infamous Randy Savage cup of coffee promo,
  • video of vignette when Steamboat “lost his voice”
  • and David Spade joking about the Sandler CDs and PCU.

David Spade book signing in NYC, October 26, 2015

Supernatural NJ Con in Secaucus, NJ, September 27, 2015

New York Comic Con Weekend in NYC, October 7-11, 2015

Chiller Theatre Weekend in Parsippany, NJ, October 23-24, 2015

Alice Cooper in East Hanover, NJ, October 23, 2015

Rhode Island Comic Con in Provience, RI, November 7, 2015

The Big Event IX Wrestling Con in East Flushing, NY, November 14, 2015

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Episode 237

posted on Feb 28, 2014 | Comments (8)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 237

In this episode:

  • 50th anniversary of the Beatles coming to America,
  • Ringo Starr’s hair and sunglasses,
  • “Queenie Eye” by Paul McCartney,
  • old rockers making new bad music,
  • our review of The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to The Beatles,
  • not having the Beatle kids play together with Paul and Ringo,
  • Adam Levine’s backstory,
  • twee music,
  • Katy Perry’s muumuu,
  • too much Dave Grohl is annoying,
  • Annie Lennox scares us,
  • today’s fake country music accent,
  • Beatles tribute impersonation band The Fab Four/Wingsband,
  • Ardy Sarraf,
  • sound fonts and “Coming Up” as a Sega Genesis song,
  • Konami arcade game Mikie (1984) using Beatles music,
  • Simon Cowell returns to England,
  • Ringo Starr and Eric Clapton wedding jams,
  • fantastic Atari video game artwork,
  • Adam Sandler resembles Don Flamenco,
  • a Windows 95 infomercial starring Jennifer Aniston and Matthew Perry,
  • This is the End (2013) reviewed again,
  • and Would You Rather (2012) starring Jeffrey Combs.

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Episode 195

posted on May 21, 2012 | Comments (6)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 195

In this episode:

  • celebrity deaths (Vidal Sassoon and Adam Yauch of the Beastie Boys),
  • the Jackson family’s Pepsi deal,
  • Bill Pullman talking like “Macho Man” Randy Savage,
  • the crying wrestling fan (video),
  • Norm MacDonald’s boring golf tweets,
  • What Ever Happened To? (the Saturday Supercast podcast),
  • celebrity podcasts,
  • the upcoming Expendables 2 movie,
  • our review of God Bless America (2011) directed by Bobcat Goldthwait,
  • What Ever Happened To? (clock radios),
  • long sleeve T-shirts are contradictory,
  • sour cream doughnuts at Dunkin’ Donuts,
  • pointing out the flaw in the father’s line at the end of Dirty Dancing (1987),
  • What Ever Happened To? (Andy Milonakis),
  • having to be told to say “thank you” as a kid,
  • the Virtual Skipper series of yacht racing computer games,
  • the Tire Claw car security device (from the makers of The Club),
  • the infamous Nutley NJ tanning mom,
  • are all IHOP restaurants dumpy?,
  • things to do with your body when you’re dead,
  • politicians always getting caught cheating on spouses,
  • Dennis Haskins on and episode of Mad Men,
  • the whereabouts of Max Weinberg,
  • the strange Dating Brad Garrett failed reality/dating show,
  • Donald Trump suing Scotland,
  • space shuttle Enterprise flying over NYC,
  • Ringo Starr losing all his Beatles photographs,
  • Rob meeting Britta Phillips in 2003,
  • the Perfect Strangers video game (link),
  • J.J. Abrams turning Star Trek 13 (2013) into a comic book movie,
  • the quest for the maximum movie frame rate (Peter Jackson, James Cameron),
  • and Douglas Trumbull’s TORUS theater technology.

Rob meeting Britta Phillips of Satisfaction and Jem in 2003…

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Episode 189

posted on Feb 20, 2012 | Comments (5)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 189

In this episode:

  • pictures of the So You Want To Be A Dancer guy from our British fan @spacemandavid,
  • the “Ringo Remembers” skits on the BBC’s The Peter Serafinowicz Show,
  • long-time fan Esteban reminds us of the Robotix (1985) cartoon featuring the voices of Peter Cullen, Michael Bell, Frank Welker, Corey Burton, and Arthur Burghardt,
  • What Ever Happened To? (“Lord of the Dance” Michael Flatley),
  • Marky Mark Wahlberg claiming he would’ve single-handedly stopped 9/11,
  • Betty White’s 90th birthday,
  • celebrity deaths (Ben Gazzara, Don Cornelius, “Mr. Pitt” Ian Abercrombie, Robert Hegyes, and Joe Paterno),
  • Marvel Comics cologne,
  • Frank Nora (onsug.com) following the development of the video game Pinball Arcade (pinballarcade.com),
  • where’s the MAME pinball cabinet?,
  • What Ever Happened To? (Dan Cortese),
  • career pitfalls for past MTV VJs,
  • the Megaupload fury,
  • starting the day with chocolate and sugar-infested cereals,
  • and our long-awaited review of The People vs. George Lucas (2010) documentary.

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Episode 167

posted on Apr 7, 2011 | Comments (4)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 167

In this episode:

  • Rob’s favorite adjective “weird,”
  • Frank Nora’s doppelganger/clone theory,
  • George Lucas and Lionel Richie look-alikes at NAVA,
  • John Carpenter’s Vampires (1998),
  • classic 1990s science fiction series SLIDERS,
  • The Beatles’ lousy movie Magical Mystery Tour (1967),
  • Paul McCartney teaching Steven Spielberg how to make movies,
  • Yoko Ono’s solo career,
  • wannabe Beatle Jeff Lynne,
  • musicians embarrassing themselves past their primes,
  • the Rolling Stones,
  • Phil Collins’s rumored retirement,
  • “Land of Confusion” music video by Genesis,
  • Jon Bon Jovi blaming Steve Jobs for ruining music sales,
  • Jersey Shore Snooki wrestling in the WWE,
  • dummies getting famous (Does the cream really rise to the top?),
  • Dr. Phil being sued yet again,
  • Aflac firing Gilbert Gottfried for his jokes about Japan,
  • Norm MacDonald’s Twitter,
  • and Charlie Sheen going nuts.

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