After Dukes shared a few of the things he looks out for while on a date, ‘The’ Eddie Scozzare quickly concluded that there is no soul-mate out there for Al…
Just ask the board which resides over his condo complex.
He is calling his effort ‘Dickey Got a Ticket to Ride,’ and I believe the entire process proved to be very therapeutic for Al in his vulnerable state…
Not to be left out, ‘The’ Eddie Scozzare made his presence felt with a plethora of clever sound drops, adding to the hilarity of it all…
Well the entire crew made it back in one piece after seeing a very entertaining football game, but the question on Craig’s mind: Why was Al so miserable?
WFAN co-hosts Craig Carton and Boomer Esiason wanted to stand up for their neighbors affected by Superstorm Sandy — so they got together the top names in comedy for a one-night-only event.
Al Dukes was not about to let the Jets’ 3-6 record stymie his creativity.
Sit back, turn up the volume and enjoy some ‘audio chocolate’…
We call this the ‘giving the people what they want’ portion of the program.
In light of Bay’s welcome departure, we’ve decided to offer a service to our loyal listeners by re-posting three of Al’s classic Jason Bay parody songs.
While listening to Tone Loc’s ‘Wild Thing’ and talking about Knicks head coach Mike Woodson, Craig revealed that our very own Al Dukes has a bit of a ‘wild side’ himself.
Al chose to use Jimmy Buffett’s 1978 hit, ‘Cheeseburger in Paradise,’ and came up with the clever title, ‘Roethlisberger at MetLife’. I think you see where this one is going.
In these times of uncertainty following Sandy, Craig advised anyone whose lifestyle permits them to do so should just stay in their homes until things get back to normal.
What to do in preparation for a storm of this magnitude? Craig talked about some measures that should be taken in order to survive Sandy.
Not to worry folks, Al Dukes has re-written the lyrics and his performance was met with rave reviews.