Episode 270

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The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 270

In this episode:

  • Jeremiah Oresky, master celebrity photo seeker, joins us,
  • the beginnings of a hobby,
  • nice and nasty celebrities,
  • celebrity deaths (Wes Craven, Yvonne Craig, Dean Jones, and Darryl Dawkins),
  • awkward back to school memories and feelings,
  • mullets,
  • Gerard and Michael Way,
  • Zap It water guns,
  • Kanye West for President?,
  • Christian Slater,
  • Olivia Wilde,
  • Paul Scheer and Rob Huebel,
  • Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) starring Tom Hardy,
  • Back to School (1986) starring Rodney Dangerfield,
  • Google and Apple map cars,
  • movie premieres for Dogma (1999) and Hitman Agent 47 (2015),
  • Rob-views of Ride Along (2014) starring Ice Cube and Let’s Be Cops (2014) starring Damon Wayans, Jr.,
  • review of Ant-Man (2015) starring Paul Rudd,
  • what’s the better Star Trek show?,
  • convention antics of Lou Ferrigno and Virgil,
  • and more Stan Lee and Transformers impressions.

We’ve been talking about him for 10 years, Christian Slater in New York, 8/20/15

Rob Huebel and Paul Scheer, a real life Ménage a Cinq, in New York, 8/17/15

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Episode 257

posted on Jan 23, 2015 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 257

In this episode:

  • early spring Chiller Theatre 2015 guest list,
  • celebrity death (Taylor Negron),
  • Three Dog Night,
  • NASA probes Dawn (Ceres) and New Horizons (Pluto) will arrive at their destinations this year,
  • dumb Mars “alien” conspiracies,
  • discovery of two new icy “planettes” in the solar system?,
  • the upcoming Pee-wee Herman movie is coming to Netlfix?,
  • return of The X-Files,
  • new Star Trek 3 (2016) movie director/writer fired – Simon Pegg hired,
  • petition to destroy all copies of Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014),
  • the disastrous Galavant miniseries on ABC,
  • The Goldbergs re-enact The Transformers: The Movie,
  • a Rob-view of Movie 43 (2013) starring half of Hollywood,
  • and Rob’s Lost-a-thon midpoint update.

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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 175

posted on Jul 25, 2011 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 175

In this episode:

  • our giant movie review of Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011) in 3D, starring Shia LaBeouf and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley,
  • the ridiculous length of the movie,
  • the end of the shaky camera fad,
  • a list of movies and TV shows Michael Bay ripped off (The Transformers, Superman, The Watchmen, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, and Jackie Chan’s Who Am I?),
  • illogical Duracell battery pricing at Staples,
  • our roll call of robots in the movie (Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Ironhide, Ratchet, Sentinal Prime, Starscream, Megatron, Shockwave, Soundwave, and dozens of unnamed robots),
  • Sentinal Prime’s face modeled after Sean Connery,
  • Bay’s horrendous computer animated version of John F. Kennedy,
  • Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf) constantly screaming and crying,
  • Bay’s terrible Barack Obama impersonator,
  • Sam spending an hour going on job interviews,
  • Leonard Nimoy as the voice of Sentinal Prime and Galvatron,
  • various plot holes,
  • Optimus Prime actually wondering where his trailer went in the movie,
  • robots who were killed in the movie (the unnamed Scottish Autobot, Ironhide, Megatron, Starscream, the unnamed Decepticon bird, etc.),
  • our welcoming of the inevitable Transformers movie reboot,
  • Transformers spitting,
  • Michael Bay turning Optimus Prime into a ruthless murderer,
  • Peter Cullen and Frank Welker’s voice acting,
  • Shia LaBeouf’s recent acting career (Eagle Eye and Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps),
  • Bay’s constant use of slow motion,
  • billions of dollars worth of damage in action movies with no consequences,
  • hacking into objects,
  • Bay’s ignorance of science,
  • the lack of rules and continuity in Bay’s Transformers movies,
  • What Ever Happened To? (Bugle Boy jeans, Z. Cavaricci genie pants, Zubaz, IOU sweatshirts, B.U.M. Equipment, etc.),
  • Roseanne Barr’s reality show Roseanne’s Nuts on Lifetime,
  • a Transformers: Dark of the Moon cameo by Scott Krinsky from Chuck,
  • Bay’s completely wasted use of 3D,
  • fans feeling obligated to watch bad movies,
  • Glynn Turman appearing in Super 8 (2011) and Gremlins (1984),
  • Sean Connery’s brother Neil Connery starring in bad movies: OK Connery (1967) and The Body Stealers (1969),
  • celebrity deaths (Peter Falk and Sherwood Schwartz),
  • Paul Reiser and The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 2,
  • and a new stupid style (extremely short cutoff shorts with dangling pockets).

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Episode 136

posted on Jul 19, 2009 | Comments (6)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 136

In this episode:

  • special guest Joe in KY,
  • the digitally remastered episodes of Star Trek,
  • the Star Wars movies,
  • After Hours (1985) starring Griffin Dunne,
  • video games vs. action figures,
  • board games (Mouse Trap, Electronic Battleship, etc.),
  • old video game consoles (Atari 2600, Intellivision, ColecoVision, Nintendo Entertainment System, etc.),
  • the horrendous state of arcades,
  • Zork and text adventure video games,
  • children’s TV shows in the 1970s vs. today (Sesame Street, The Electric Company, Battle of the Planets, Pokemon, etc.)
  • Empire Records (1995) starring Liv Tyler,
  • Rob being bored by The Dark Knight (2008),
  • Bruno (2009) starring Sacha Baron Cohen,
  • celebrity birthdays (Bill Cosby and Ringo Starr),
  • a celebrity death (Billy Mays),
  • Steve Martin’s filmography,
  • our movie review of Henry Poole Is Here (2008) starring Luke Wilson,
  • and Short Time (1990) starring Dabney Coleman.

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