During this action-packed segment, we learned about the fulfilling life led by Boomer & Carton button pusher, ‘the’ Eddie Scozzare.
With ‘Tebow-Mania’ running wild, the guys opened-up this Friday edition of the Boomer & Carton Morning Extravaganza trying to make sense of the Jets headline grabbing trade and all of the baggage that comes along with it.
In an unexpected development, just prior to listening to Jerry Recco’s highly anticipated ‘Moment of the Day’ we learned that Al Dukes did not attend his senior prom (by choice of course) choosing rather to go to an arcade in the Woodbridge Mall.
After Jerry played a cut of Kobe Bryant’s teammate Pau Gasol trying to sing The Fray’s, ‘How to Save a Life’ Boomer commented that the Lakers big-man sounded like he was tone deaf.
Craig gave Al Dukes and Eddie Scozzare each $100 and instructed them to go on a ‘shopping-spree’ with a few rules.
While listening to a play-by-play cut of Kevin Burkhardt calling a Cowboys touchdown, Craig noticed that Kevin’s partner in the booth – former Cowboys QB Danny White – has a tendency to ‘jump the call’.
For all of his hilarity, Al Dukes takes his job very seriously and he was visibly distraught this morning based on the likelyhood that today’s Show would revolve around just one topic.
Boomer pointed out, that although he lives his life as if it were day camp – Craig can be very vindictive when he wants to be. Somehow That set-off a Tarzan screaming contest among the staff. Then Boomer said something odd.
Biker Boomer. Mutilated Craig. Max “the Chicken.” The list goes on. Help us figure out the best of the best Halloween costumes in our morning show poll!
Early on Tuesday, the guys got a call from Anthony in Belleville, who acutely pointed out that Rex Ryan’s twin brother Rob and our own Eddie Scozzare look an awful lot alike.
With the intrigue surrounding Rex Ryan’s new tattoo taking on a life of it’s own, Craig asked the staff what they thought the meaning behind the new ink might be and a Moment of the Day was born.
Yankees pitcher C.C. Sabathia – who is listed at 6′ 7″, 290lbs – is not what you would call a picture of health.
Neither is the Morning Show’s Eddie Scozzare.
Craig wonders if either Al “Hughes” Dukes or “the” Eddie Scozzare fancied themselves as “Man’s Men”.
In this very special Friday edition of the program the boys broadcast live from the beautiful Fairmont Southampton Resort in Bermuda.