HOW CAN WE BEST "HONOR" MATTHEW PERRY'S "LEGACY"? Jennifer Aniston and Tom don't agree on the answer to this question!
THE SOLUTION TO THE FENTANYL CRISIS Some of you aren't going to like this.
HER BOYFRIEND DIDN'T WANT TO BE A PARENT...NOW, SHE'S PREGGERS She wants to know if she should call HIS parents to "let them know."
MAN REFUSES TO GIVE UP AIRLINE SEAT TO A PREGNANT WOMAN Anything wrong with that?
LOOKING FOR TRUTH? Tom says not to look for it on cable news or talk radio.
A RESTAURATEUR IS ADDING A $50 "UNABLE TO PARENT" FEE TO SOME CHECKS If your kids don't behave at this place, you're gonna pay. Is that a bad thing?
CHRISTMAS IN THE BRONX/JEAN SHEPHERD'S RADIO VERSION OF A CHRISTMAS STORY
Here it is: Tom's annual Christmas gift to all the P1s! In the first two hours, Tom tells about his lifelong relationship with the Christmas holiday. Then, Tom introduces you to his broadcasting idol growing up, Jean Shepherd, creator of the characters in the classic holiday film A Christmas Story.
You've probably seen A Christmas Story, but did you know that it began as a story told on the radio when Tom was a kid? Hear the story of Ralphie, his brother Randy, and the Red Ryder BB gun as it was originally told by one of America's all-time great storytellers...and Tom's biggest influence in his style of storytelling. An exact, unedited recording of the original aircheck from WOR/New York just as Tom heard it under the covers on the night of Christmas Eve! We recommend listening late at night, under your tree or under the covers, for the full effect.
NOTE: Super Premium subscribers will hear the original WOR commercials from the late 60s for the sake of authenticity on the Jean Shepherd segment.
WHAT TO DO ABOUT CHRISTMAS Even though he's always been an atheist, when he was a kid, Tom loved Christmas so much. It took him years of reflection to figure out why he loved it, and why it's different for him now.
"WHY DON'T YOU EVER COME HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS?" You may not want to know the answer.