Al Dukes got a pretty big thrill while the show was on hiatus, as Jerry Seinfeld touted him as his favorite follow on Twitter.
And we have exclusive footage of Jerry and his pal Bania reading some of Al’s tweets. Check it out…
Boomer & Carton producer Al Dukes isn’t just celebrating Father’s Day with Daddy Dukes this year. He also wanted to provide a few tips to make your special day with pops all that it should be.
After a forgettable performance last week, so bad in fact we didn’t even deem it worthy to post on the website, Al Dukes was back at it again Wednesday.
Surprisingly Boomer didn’t seem all that interested, while Al Dukes was busy clearing his calendar…
Rex Ryan flashed the bat and the leather during Saturday’s Boomer & Carton vs. NYPD celebrity softball game. But it wasn’t enough as Team Boomer lost to the First Precinct in walk-off fashion.
We’re all in this together, and Mr. Dukes wants to do his part to save our planet. We think…
With Jerry Recco too sick to perform his duties, Al Dukes was pressed into action, saddled with the responsibility of filling in for the ailing update maven.
After depriving his starving fans for close to four months, the parody song magician that is Al Dukes found himself back in the Allstate Studio Tuesday morning…
In addition to adding meditation to his daily routine, Al Dukes has started taking guitar lessons.
Yes, Plaxico Burress actually has a sense of humor about his infamous 2008 gun incident at a Manhattan nightclub.
Craig wondered if Al, who is single and always looking to mingle, has ever hosted such a party and upon learning that he has not, like the rest of us, Craig wondered why not?
Before saying goodbye (for perhaps the final time), Beadle took another step closer toward eternal joy by singing a duet with Al.
Oh, the intrigue! Boomer & Carton producer Al Dukes somehow convinced Seinfeld to participate in a game of 20 questions, and you won’t believe what came out.
The sleeved V-neck top is a departure from the Nets’ redesigned look. The jersey is blue and gray instead of black and white, an obvious homage to the Brooklyn Dodgers.