"The Tom/Brady"
Series Preacher
Season 3, Episode 8
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Air date August 12th, 2018
Writers Mary Laws; Kevin Rosen
Director Wayne Yip
Producers Gary Tieche; Anne Johns; Carla Ching; Mary Laws; Dominic Cooper; Mark Stegemann; Garth Ennis; Ken F. Levin; Jason Netter; Ori Marmur; Vivian Cannon; Sara Goodman; Mark McNair; Michael Slovis; Neal H. Moritz; Seth Rogen; Evan Goldberg; James Weaver; Sam Catlin; Sheila Phillips; Natalie Angel
Starring Dominic Cooper; Joseph Gilgun; Ruth Negga; Graham McTavish; Ian Colletti; Pip Torrens; Noah Taylor; Julie Ann Emery; Malcolm Barrett; Colin Cunningham; Betty Buckley
Episode guide

"The Tom/Brady" is the eighth episode of season three of the supernatural drama series Preacher and the thirty-first episode of the series overall. It was directed by Wayne Yip with a script written by Mary Laws and Kevin Rosen. It first aired on AMC on Sunday, August 12th 2018 at 10:00 pm.

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  • This series is rated TV-MA. It contains scenes of strong language and graphic violence. Viewer discretion is advised.
  • This is the first episode of Preacher co-written by Kevin Rosen. He writes two episodes of the series in total. His next episode is "Masada".

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  • The title of this episode is a reference to Tom Brady, who is an American football player and the quarterback for the New England Patriots. This guy's got more Superbowl rings than Pinhead has pins.
  • The genetic formula used to make Humperdoo Genesis-compatible is taken from DNA samples belonging to American statesman Thomas "Tom" Jefferson and actor Wayne "Brady".

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