Boomer & Carton producer extraordinaire Al Dukes is sick of the same Christmas songs every year. I’m dreaming of a blah blah blah, whatever.
Inspired by what very well could be the last time Rex Ryan coaches against the Patriots, Al Dukes donned his Santa hat and entered the Allstate Studio with a pep in his step (but carrying a heavy heart).
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Regardless of the occasion, Al Dukes can always be counted on to provide helpful tips in hopes of enhancing your experience.
Inspired by the timeless classic “Here Comes Santa Claus,” Al put together a little Christmas ditty of his own for the hapless Jets.
The lovely Lily Aldridge was in town Tuesday, so naturally the stunning Victoria’s Secret model paid the ‘National Treasures’ a visit.
With Al Dukes back in his parody-song groove, we’ve come to expect him to flex his golden pipes on a weekly basis. And once again, on this Football Friday, he delivered.
Al Dukes thought he’d spice up everyone’s holiday by providing a few Thanksgiving Day tips. So listen up and take notes (or don’t).
Whether or not the Boomer & Carton producer ever actually said that he would eat a banana after it had been in a toilet is really not important.
The Jets’ game against the Bills has been postponed until Monday and will be played in Detroit instead of snow-covered Buffalo, but that didn’t stop Al from trying to capture the moment.
On this action-packed Football Friday, Al channeled his inner-Billy Joel and belted out a gem that is sure to get you good and ready for Giants-Niners.
With the floundering Jets (1-8) getting set to welcome red-hot Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers to town this Sunday, Al Dukes’ creative juices got flowing.
The parody maven is calling this timely effort “We Will Get Trashed,” inspired by the classic “Monster Mash.”
If you want to learn how to be a cheapskate (and disappoint countless neighborhood kids), take Al’s advice.
Some days are better than others — just ask Al Dukes.