Nov 9th, 2019 | Tom Talks

WHAT IF YOUR WILDEST FANTASY TURNED INTO YOUR WORST NIGHTMARE? That's what happened to a friend of Tom's, a Howard Stern listener who lived vicariously through Howard's show. Find out what it's like to live your dream...and then to pay the price!

Has this ever happened to you? Tell Tom:



Submitted by 82ELmeromero82 on

Tom, SP1 here!

Please fix your audio!! It sounds horrible!! It cuts off as soon as you finish talking and cuts in a half second after you begin talking. Please fix it!!!!

Submitted by TallTim on

I just scrubbed through the episode using my usual player and didn't hear anything like what you're describing.

Maybe its on your end?

Submitted by landon101 on

Loved the story!!! If he was going to do that...why didn't he just get a hotel room at least...not like he didn't have enough money for it.

Submitted by TallTim on

I appreciated the "radio play" kind of presentation, good work.

You could say this story underscores why Leykis 101 says don't take her to your place, lol.

Submitted by JohnFromAustin on

Professor, you are a master story teller. I could almost smell the Grand Slam breakfast and hear the flapping of the newspaper. You had me laughing hysterically in my car listening to the bathroom scene. Sage advice + laugh-out-loud humor = The Tom Leykis Show

Submitted by panc1974 on

Tom. I love your stories. This is the reason you don't talk about your private life to co-workers - regardless of if they are single or not. and the reason you don't' brink chicks to your place. This guy could have got a hotel room

Submitted by mangler on

Stomach was in knots the entire time Tom was building-up this suspenseful tale, already *knowing* where it was going to wind-up—pointlessly hoping for a conclusion I knew wouldn't be there. Cant. Miss. Content. Stories like this are what has kept me tuned since the nineties; thx Tom! =)

Submitted by briandha on

Thank "God" landlines are dead. lol

Submitted by pauluss on

the way you can narrate a story is just fabulous Tom - this story is both stuff of dreams & nightmare in equal measure

Submitted by panc1974 on

Tom. I agree with this topic. I love how you narrate it


Submitted by panc1974 on


You never said this, but I think this guy was famous. Either an actor, a professional athlete, or a CEO of a major company. Or perhaps someone in entertainment industry like a producer or CEO of a film company. The average guys does have 2 homes; one on the Hamptons and one near L.A.

Also, an average guy wouldn't have 2 girls come up to them for a three-some. This guy was recognized by those girls