Boomer & Carton
Thursday’s action-packed edition of the Boomer & Carton Morning Extravaganza began with the guys discussing some news from the NFL.
Wednesday’s highly anticipated Moment of the Day featured some inside info regarding Al Dukes’ health.
During this informative segment we learned something about chest cartilage and a lot about Al’s fragility.
While talking about the sport of golf, Craig’s competitive juices got flowing and eventually a $10,000 wager was spawned involving Craig, Islanders enforcer Matt Martin and a game of skins.
Craig had some fun at Pete’s expense, but I don’t think he knew, so I guess that makes it OK.
Trout took home the All-Star MVP honors, but it was Mets ace Jacob deGrom whose performance turned heads.
Prior to the All-Star Game, MLB revealed the “Franchise Four” for all 30 teams, and Craig has a big problem with the Mets’ representatives.
During Tuesday’s highly anticipated Moment of the Day, we learned a little about Boomer and Al Dukes after the two rode in an elevator together.
During a break, Boomer, Craig, Jerry Recco and Al Dukes participated in a game of “elevator molecules” and let’s just say it didn’t go very well for poor Al.
After Boomer got some of the money coming to him and Craig wondered what in the world is going on with Chris Berman’s hair, it was up to Jerry Recco to take it away.
Craig believed the Home Run Derby bet was null and void, and thus Tuesday’s show open revolved around the Dynamic Radio Duo making their respective cases.
Monday’s highly anticipated Moment of the Day featured a segment during which Craig imagined what it might sound like if certain media personalities were to conduct a Q&A with Jason Pierre-Paul.
After hearing Craig talk about his kid’s recent encounter with a shark at the Jersey Shore, John from Hazlet felt inclined to pick up the phone and share his vast knowledge.
Before Jerry could get started, Craig had some fun mocking sports talk radio and poor Jerry himself.
After some well-deserved time off, the “National Treasures” that are Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton made their return to the Allstate Studio on Monday morning.