Best Of Boomer & Carton: Maury Povich Lends His PerspectiveIt turns out Maury Povich is a big sports fan.
Best Of Boomer & Carton: Craig Makes A Costly Bet Involving A SpeedoFor whatever reason, Craig has this thing about walking the Brooklyn Bridge in some ridiculous outfit.
Best Of Boomer & Carton: Hank Haney, Author Of Tiger Book, Hangs Up During Heated InterviewWho says golf is boring?
Best Of Boomer & Carton: 'Larry' Is Really Concerned About The MetsEvery now and then the guys take a phone call that just ... well, maybe it's better you just listen to it and come up with your own explanation.
Best Of Boomer & Carton: The Origin Of Al Hughes And Jerry RelloAl Dukes and Jerry Recco have been working alongside Boomer & Carton for a very long time, but they haven't always been that easy to identify.
Best Of Boomer & Carton: Jim Nantz's PortraitJim Nantz has long been a topic of discussion on the Boomer & Carton Show.
Best Of Boomer & Carton: Jerry Springer Is Connected To The BoomsJerry Springer paid the Boomer & Carton Show a visit on Aug. 6, 2014, and it was clear early on that the famed television talk show host was just thrilled to be in the studio.
Best Of Boomer & Carton: Jay Mohr Does John And Suzyn ImpressionsYou know you've tried it. Admit it.
Best Of Boomer & Carton: The Legendary Verne Lundquist Said What?!?When Boomer & Carton Show producer extraordinaire Al Dukes learned that play-by-play legend Verne Lundquist was going to be in town, he booked him to join the guys in the Allstate Studio on March 27, 2014.
Best Of Boomer & Carton: Jose Canseco Proves He Can't Take The HeatJose Canseco has been no stranger to controversy over the years. He created some more during an interview with Boomer and Craig back in 2008.
Best Of Boomer & Carton: Michelle Beadle Has Some Good, Clean FunCraig was very, very, very excited that the lovely Michelle Beadle made her way to the studio on June 8, 2012.
Best Of Boomer & Carton: The Fun Begins On Sept. 4, 2007For the last 10 years, Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton have entertained millions on the dial and simulcast on television.