Boomer & Carton
For Wednesday’s highly anticipated Moment of the Day, Jerry Recco selected an exchange between Boomer and Craig where one of them was being serious and, frankly, one of them was not.
She brought Blizzards from Dairy Queen — a solid move on her part.
After discussing the plight of the Giants quarterback, the guys took a call from Samantha. Go ahead and give a listen to hear how that turned out.
With Al Dukes fasting for his colonoscopy, which is scheduled for Thursday morning at 10 a.m., Craig decided to order up some turkey sandwiches.
The Dynamic Radio Duo found themselves discussing the NFL’s decision to uphold the Pats signal caller’s four-game suspension, and Boomer could be heard sharing his conspiracy theory involving the Ravens.
We also heard about his bench-pressing prowess, his desire to be a doctor and he even flexed his golden pipes when Sam Smith came on.
In Tuesday’s highly anticipated Moment of the Day, Boomer could be heard laughing hysterically before the show even started.
If laughter really is good for the soul, then I’d say we’re all gonna be just fine.
After getting some insight with regards to Nick Saban’s advice to young men looking to forge relationships with women, Craig couldn’t help but be reminded of an idea of his own.
Is Sandy Alderson going to make another move or two? Might Jose Reyes make a return to Flushing?
Monday morning’s highly anticipated Moment of the Day served as a public service announcement of sorts, as Al Dukes prepares for his first ever colonoscopy.
In this segment, Boomer’s questions revealed Craig’s apparent obsession with coconut oil.
Howard is an astrophysicist who is currently recovering from cataract surgery, and this marathon runner made it clear just how important this call was to him.
Jerry’s Monday morning update was littered with highlights of both the Yankees and Mets, after the baseball locals got it done on the diamond Sunday.
Boomer and Craig were back at it in the Allstate Studio on Monday morning after a three-day weekend, and it was baseball that was on their minds.