In what can best be described as a grab bag segment, the guys spoke about a number of topics. It started with Craig bringing up how Spike Lee – or as he calls him “New York’s clown” – caught a bat while attending a Yankee game over the weekend.
This led to Craig saying that Lonn Trost and the Yanks owe him and Boomer some sort of thank you. That’s because the Yankee cologne/perfume is flying off the shelves like crazy, no doubt thanks in large part to B&C’s consistent promotion of the product.READ MORE: De Blasio: New Mask Guidance In NYC May Come Monday As More Places Require Vaccinations Or Weekly Testing
Then Jerry gets into an update. One of his first stories is Jason Kidd’s DUI in the Hamptons over the weekend. The story has a twinge of irony to it. As Craig points out, Kidd crashed his car into a telephone pole owned by Cablevision, causing many local customers to lose their service. Cablevision, as you may already know, is owned by none other than Knicks’ owner James Dolan. So in essence, Dolan’s newest basketball investment cost him money in his cable business.READ MORE: Injuries Reported Following Bee-Line Bus Crash In The Bronx
Finally, after having some fun at John Sterling’s expense, the conversation shifts to how Craig acts around his family. He says that lately the only thing anyone in his family wants to ask him about is what he has written about them in his autobiography. He has refused to offer any previews to this point, so I guess we’ll all just have to wait until it hits your local bookstore.Police Seek Suspected Thief Posing As Repairman In Bronx