Boomer was a little surprised that no one mentioned the passing of ‘The’ Eddie Scozzare’s hero, Leonard Nimoy, this morning.
‘The’ Eddie Scozzare (pictured posing with the Heisman Trophy) decided to open up his microphone and drop some football knowledge this morning, only to have Craig scold him.
Also revealed during this segment, Boomer has earned himself a few extra vacation days — which seems about right…
‘The’ Eddie Scozzare was feeling his oats this morning, which was clear after he compared Craig to a parasite or a remora.
Eddie (pictured looking a bit dejected) provided the guys with a couple of maps from his two favorite ski resorts and planned on filling them in on what makes these places so special to him.
While Craig was trying to gauge the interest level fans might have in getting their hands on Mets tickets, Boomer told his radio partner that he was not planning on paying him the rest of the money he owes to him for their Mets’ season tickets.
Al Dukes offered up a hearty ‘bargain hunting’ Hellooo!!! for the lovely Persephanie, which according to Craig, was more than enough to get the job done.
Boomer and Craig have been toying with the idea of coming out with a line of colognes, as part of the ever-expanding ‘Boomer and Carton Brand’.
With Ichiro Suzuki officially becoming a member of the Yankees yesterday, inevitably Craig got to wondering what the legendary John Sterling might utter when the newest Bomber hits one ‘high, far and gone’?
Today’s highly anticipated ‘Moment of the Day’ occurred when Craig was reflecting on his childhood and briefly reached some common with Al Dukes and ‘the’ Eddie Scozzare, very briefly…
After having his manhood questioned by a caller for reading ’50 Shades of Grey’, Craig felt the need to defend himself.
Star of such cinema classics as “The Karate Kid” and “My Cousin Vinny”, friend of the show Ralph Macchio joined Boomer and Craig in the Allstate Studio.
Boomer and Craig were none too pleased with “The” Eddie Scozzare for neglecting to mention either of their names while being interviewed for a Newsday article on the FAN’s 25th anniversary.
Craig reads Eddie Scozzare’s interview from the Neil Best Newsday article on WFAN’s 25th Anniversary, and is stunned to find that neither his nor Boomer’s name appears at all.
After hearing a song that reminded him of the movie ‘Risky Business,’ Craig asked Al Dukes and ‘the’ Eddie Scozzare if they have ever engaged in sexual activity while on a train or any public place.