Episode 233

posted on Dec 29, 2013 | Comments (0)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 233

Happy New Year!!

In this episode:

  • rush hour traffic, accidents, and stupid crazy drivers in northern NJ,
  • black ice and rubbernecking,
  • Grudge Match (2013) starring old men Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro,
  • getting a defective set top box from Verizon FiOS,
  • will we ever get an “a la carte” cable service?,
  • Tim Meadows gets mad at Saturday Night Live for leaving him off a new “Bill Brasky” skit,
  • really bad unsuccessful SNL skit-based movies,
  • Richard Dean Anderson returns as MacGyver in European car commercial “Crisis Averted”,
  • Bill Cosby’s Comedy Central stand up special,
  • Ed Helms starring in a reboot of The Naked Gun?,
  • the Angry Video Game Nerd agrees with us: Pit-Fighter is the worst SNES game of all time,
  • lousy video games made by LJN and Acclaim,
  • a Christmas Rob-view of The Family Holiday (2007) starring Dave Coulier,
  • celebrity deaths (Bum Phillips, Peter O’Toole, Paul Walker, and Nelson Mandela),
  • what’s the point of a “supercar”?,
  • Brian Jude developing a film The Miracle Man (IndieGoGo fundraiser),
  • Disney revamping Indiana Jones,
  • and Microsoft Xbox One officials are the Lame Idiots of 2013!

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Episode 226

posted on Sep 30, 2013 | Comments (0)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 226

In this episode:

  • Bill Nye the Science Guy on Dancing with the Stars,
  • blind people carrying guns in public in Iowa,
  • Richard Simmons now,
  • combat juggling,
  • Dr. Phil’s $65,000 reverse-aging CVAC egg pod,
  • Rob almost struck by lightning,
  • Seaside Heights, NJ, boardwalk fire,
  • David Bowie, Elvis Costello, and Eric Clapton were racists?,
  • Sketchy “It doesn’t get better” bully parody starring Scut Farkus, Donkey Lips, and John Kreese,
  • Rob’s new TV show idea: Bait House,
  • Tami Erin makes a sex tape,
  • our review of Google Glass,
  • the Tiger R-Zone,
  • the October 2013 New York Comic Con guest lineup,
  • ridiculous prices for an autograph and/or photo with Sylvester Stallone,
  • and the fall 2013 Chiller Theatre guest lineup.

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Episode 222

posted on Aug 7, 2013 | Comments (0)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 222

In this episode:

  • The laundry list of movie sequels and remakes coming in 2015,
  • ridiculous 2005 Jurassic Park IV concept featuring human-dinosaur hybrids,
  • Greg wishing Julianne Moore had been eaten by dinosaurs,
  • Douglas Engelbart, inventor of the computer mouse,
  • She’s All That (1999) was actually written by M. Night Shyamalan,
  • What Ever Happened To? (Rachael Leigh Cook),
  • our review of Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained (2013), starring Jamie Foxx,
  • new digital comics of popular 1980s/90s TV shows (Saved by the Bell, Airwolf, Knight Rider, Punky Brewster, Miami Vice),
  • Lion Forge Comics,
  • Ascension Millennium, a terrible new song/music video from Corey Feldman,
  • Leah Remini vs. Kirstie Alley over Scientology,
  • upcoming Rocky spin-off Creed (2015), co-starring Sylvester Stallone,
  • Gordon Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares,
  • the crazy Amy’s Baking Company episode,
  • difference between bollocks and bullocks,
  • What Ever Happened To? (Paris Hilton),
  • Shia LaBeouf staring at a motorcyclist at a red light (video),
  • Rob’s gross foot injury,
  • Celebrity Wife Swap with Ric Flair and Rowdy Roddy Piper,
  • Jamestown settlers ate teenager’s brains in the 1600s,
  • celebrity death (wrestling’s Paul Bearer),
  • “Please Don’t Break My Atari” music video by Lo-Fi legend Weird Paul Petroskey,
  • Rob crying when his Atari 2600 got thrown out,
  • Rob dressing up as Pete Rose in 6th grade for a book report,
  • and Greg’s 6th grade home made Read Along Classic of “War of the Worlds” featuring the “Rooster Delight” commercial.

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Episode 202

posted on Sep 16, 2012 | Comments (3)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 202

In this episode:

  • our review of The Expendables 2 (2012) starring Sylvester Stallone, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Chuck Norris, Jason Statham, Bruce Willis, and Arnold Schwarzenegger,
  • lots of guns and people getting shot,
  • even more blood and gore,
  • Dolph Lundgren’s chemical engineering degree coming in handy,
  • Chuck Norris facts,
  • Van Damme’s accent,
  • the high number of Indiana Jones references,
  • “classic” combat,
  • our ideas for the next sequel,
  • the trailer for Seven Psychopaths (2012) ripping off David Spade’s Lost and Found (1999),
  • a 100-year-old locked safe in Rob’s basement,
  • world champion safe cracker Jeff Sitar,
  • opening the safe on the air in a future episode,
  • Nintendo Power magazine ceasing publication (1988-2012),
  • Rob’s attempt to sell a huge crate of old issues,
  • being duped into buying bad video games by Nintendo Power previews and reviews,
  • Robs dog eating cat vomit,
  • celebrity deaths (William Windom, Tony Scott, Neil Armstrong, Phyllis Diller, and Michael Clarke Duncan),
  • Jesse Ventura’s “poisoned bottle water” conspiracy,
  • the origin of the expression “the whole nine yards”,
  • Greg meeting John Schneider of Dukes of Hazzard and Smallville,
  • problems getting a good picture with him,
  • deciding what items to get signed,
  • Greg’s home-made Dukes of Hazzard birthday cake from 1982,
  • and Wezzer’s rendition of the Dukes of Hazzard theme song.

1982 – Greg’s Dukes of Hazzard birthday cake.

2012 – Greg with John Schneider, imitating the DVD cover.

Pictures from the John Schneider Dodge Dealer Signings:
John Schneider signing, East Hanover, NJ, 8/17/2012
John Schneider signing, Sussex, NJ, 8/18/2012

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Episode 183

posted on Nov 29, 2011 | Comments (2)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 183

Sixth anniversary of the Paunch Stevenson Show (Part II)!

In this episode:

  • election lawn signs for Stallone and Hogan in Northern NJ,
  • Conrad Murray trial verdict in death of Michael Jackson,
  • more NJ pizzeria stereotypes,
  • get rich quick (the classy pizzeria),
  • celebrity death (Smokin’ Joe Frazier),
  • What Ever Happened To? (Judge Mills Lane and Fairuza Balk),
  • Adam Sandler cursing his female co-stars’ careers,
  • Greg meets the legendary William Shatner,
  • anecdotes from his new book Shatner Rules,
  • the movie Incubus (1966) spoken entirely in Esperanto,
  • In Living Color returning to Fox in 2012,
  • another celebrity death (Heavy D),
  • Johnny English Reborn (2011) starring Rowan Atkinson,
  • Rob’s fundamental categories of video games (fun, strategy, and wonder),
  • why can’t a one-person bathroom be unisex?,
  • the Paunch luck (we missed a chance to meet Stan Lee),
  • cheap 1980s Halloween costumes for children (Voltron, E.T., etc.),
  • super expensive price for Mark Hamill’s autograph or photo,
  • Greg meets the star of Hercules (Kevin Sorbo),
  • Greg meets Eliza Dushku at last!,
  • a motion ride using George Lucas’ Red Tails,
  • movie cars (1966 Batmobile, 1989 Batmobile, 1985 Back to the Future DeLorean),
  • Michael J. Fox impersonator,
  • Carroll Spinney, original voice and puppeteer of Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch,
  • New York Comic Con chaos and costumes,
  • KRE-O Transformers,
  • R2D2Builder.com R2-D2 working models,
  • tracking down a Quiznos restaurant,
  • Michael Jackson’s stoned singing,
  • and the return of the Hobo!

It's really

Flickr Album – New York Comic Con, NYC 10/16/11

The Great William Shatner, NYC, 10/6/11

Flickr Album – William Shatner book signing, NYC 10/6/11

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