Episode 274

posted on Nov 29, 2015 | Comments (1)

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 219

posted on Jun 6, 2013 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 219

In this episode:

  • Rob calls everyone “Living Legend” at Chiller Theatre,
  • How I Met Your Mother episode guest starring William Zabka and Ralph Macchio,
  • Celebrity Apprentice finale (Trace Adkins defeats Penn Jillette),
  • Gary Busey’s mechanical dog,
  • The Office finally comes to an end,
  • Liberace movie starring Michael Douglas, Matt Damon, Paul Reiser, and Dan Aykroyd,
  • another post-apocalypse movie Elysium (2013) starring Matt Damon,
  • Steven Seagal is the new ambassador to Russia?,
  • The Purge (2013) rips off Rob’s “everyone gets one free murder” concept,
  • co-workers hate Michael Bay,
  • Bay’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles using the voice actors in motion capture suits,
  • Leonard Nimoy and Zachary Quinto in Audi car commercial “The Challenge” ,
  • David Bowie surprises with new album The Next Day,
  • upcoming CGI Disney Star Wars Rebels (2014) cartoon,
  • Bernie Stolar, destroyer of 32-bit 2D video games,
  • the demise of SEGA,
  • Microsoft unveils the Xbox One,
  • DRM: Digital Rights Management,
  • proposed documentary on Atari’s New Mexico “E.T.” landfill,
  • what’s with all the NJ roadkill?,
  • our review of Rockshow: Wings Over America (1979/2013), starring Paul McCartney and Denny Laine,
  • Paul McCartney concert performances,
  • extremely high Stub Hub prices,
  • celebrity deaths (Chris Kelly, Ray Manzarek, Jean Stapleton),
  • somethingstore.com – get shipped mystery packages,
  • The Breeders reunite for a 20th anniversary tour,
  • Ashton Kutcher’s Steve Jobs movie gets panned,
  • Funny or Die’s iSteve parody biopic starring Justin Long,
  • SNES game Earthbound fetching huge ebay prices,
  • Esteban and the 7 Cities of Gold game coming to Wii U,
  • and Grimaldi’s Pizza in Clifton, NJ, has video game consoles to play.

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Episode 213

posted on Feb 17, 2013 | Comments (2)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 213

In this episode:

  • vociferous comments for our old customer service call bit on YouTube,
  • Rob’s terrible Angry Video Game Bear parody video of the Angry Video Game Nerd,
  • celebrity deaths (Patty Andrews, Stan Musial, Ed Koch),
  • crazy Oreo Cookie Whisper Fight Super Bowl commercial video,
  • Volkswagon Game Day Video – Get in. Get Happy,
  • Oreo cookie sculptures,
  • defunct chain Computer City lives on in Denmark,
  • Super Mario Bros.: Peach-Hime Kyushutsu Dai Sakusen! (1986) anime,
  • lousy English fan dub video vs. original Japanese high quality video,
  • Storage Wars guy who thought a NES was worth $14,000,
  • Charlotte Rea,
  • Jim Nabors, Back Home in Indiana,
  • Nostalgia Critic and Angry Video Game Nerd show up in Japanese anime,
  • Once Upon Atari documentary (1999) (link),
  • Steve Jobs’s Apple car,
  • J.J. Abrams to direct Star Wars 7,
  • Star Wars spin-off films involving Yoda, Han Solo, Boba Fett,
  • Jason Statham/Guy Ritchie movies,
  • where are DVDs for Star Wars Droids and Ewoks, or Disney’s Gummi Bears?,
  • Gary Busey’s new website (buseyzone.com),
  • upcoming Celebrity Apprentice All-Stars,
  • Dennis Haskins,
  • Transformers Monopoly board game,
  • possibly talking to Jim Shooter, then of Defiant Comics, in 1993,
  • stealing samples and promos from Heroes World Distribution dealer convention,
  • and Todd Rogers “Mr. Activision” lied about his video game record high scores.

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Episode 182

posted on Nov 19, 2011 | Comments (2)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 182

Celebrating 6 Years of the Paunch Stevenson Show (Part I)!

In this episode:

  • Sylvester Stallone’s $5,000 Montegrappa Chaos pen,
  • American cheese,
  • chain letters,
  • the Joke Society of America,
  • how Greg and Rob met 25 years ago,
  • middle school madness,
  • celebrity deaths (Steve Jobs, creator of Apple, and Dennis Ritchie, creator of Unix),
  • Steve Jobs’ many idiosyncracies,
  • TNT’s Pirates of Silicon Valley (1999) tv movie,
  • Steve Jobs, the biography by Walter Isaacson,
  • Pixar and the “violent Toy Story cut”,
  • Adobe Flash fails on mobile devices,
  • other celebrity deaths (Andy Rooney, Al Davis),
  • Steven Tyler falls again, loses a tooth,
  • John Lennon’s tooth sold for $31,000 dollars,
  • cloning the Beatles,
  • Chris Tucker goes bankrupt,
  • Paunch luck (Rob misses the Ghostbusters theater re-release),
  • losing power in the freak October snow storm,
  • Greg meets Jerry O’Connell at the Live with Regis and Kelly show in NYC,
  • Bill Cosby gets flashed by a topless woman in New York,
  • and Greg meets John Lithgow at Barnes and Noble in Princeton, NJ.

Video of John Lithgow at the book signing…

Greg with John Lithgow, Princeton, NJ, 10/12/11

Flickr Album – Greg meets John Lithgow, Princeton, NJ 10/12/11

Jerry O'Connell on the Live with Regis and Kelly show, NYC 10/13/11

Flickr Album – Jerry O’Connell on the Live with Regis and Kelly show, NYC 10/13/11

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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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