The Electric Waffle

with Katie Prejean & Tommy McGrady

About the show

Katie Prejean & Tommy McGrady, a married couple in their 30's, living in Louisiana, explore things happening in the culture, talk about their Catholic faith and ways to grow closer to Jesus, all while making references to their two favorite TV shows, "The Office" and "Parks and Recreation" and plenty of other shows, movies, songs, and things in the zeitgeist. Join them on their back porch as conversational chaos, and a lot of laughs, ensue.

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Episodes

  • Impish or Admirable: An Electric Waffle Christmas

    December 23rd, 2018  |  Season 2  |  1 hr 14 mins

    Katie and Tommy go all out as they chat about their favorite Christmas songs, gifts from years past, the importance of fathers, and their favorite family traditions as they also unpack and explore the true meaning of Christmas and rank their favorite Christmas episodes from "The Office."

  • The Scarn: becoming aware of your gifts

    December 13th, 2018  |  Season 2  |  1 hr 1 min

    Katie & Tommy debrief their time at the National Conference on Catholic Youth Ministry (NCCYM) and explore what it means to be aware of your giftedness and talents.

    They also debate when you should wash your jeans, how to accept compliments, and rejoice in their fancy new sound equipment.

  • Things...Things Last Forever: Katie & Tommy's Favorite Things

    November 29th, 2018  |  Season 2  |  1 hr 17 mins

    Katie and Tommy go "topic free" this week as they discuss their favorite tv shows, movies, teachers, churches, desserts, and saints.

  • Dwight, You Ignorant Slut: building community based on Acts 2:42

    November 21st, 2018  |  Season 2  |  1 hr 11 mins

    Katie & Tommy continue their conversation about community, focusing on not only why we need community and how to model community after Acts 2:42, but how the community we build and have really does influence the world.

  • Cafe Disco: why we all want community

    November 7th, 2018  |  Season 2  |  53 mins 47 secs

    Katie and Tommy unpack the concept of community, namely why we long for community and still often struggle to find it. They explore the marks of a good community: being present, being authentic, being vulnerable, and being unafraid to give fully of yourself with and for others. Ultimately, all experiences of community are a mirror of the communion of the Trinity, which means all community is important, all community is valuable, and if you’ve made it this far, you’ve now read the word community a grand total of eight times.

  • Flonkerton: Competition in the Life of the Church

    October 28th, 2018  |  Season 2  |  55 mins

    Katie & Tommy unpack the concept of competition, especially the ways that unhealthy competition affects the Body of Christ and how we treat one another in the life of the Church, and how a healthy approach to competition can help make us all saints.

  • For They Were Mummies: the Synod on Young People

    October 16th, 2018  |  Season 2  |  1 hr 4 mins

    Katie and Tommy discuss Halloween & horror films, the culture’s fascination with all things supernatural, the art & importance of dialogue, the way we avoid things that make us uncomfortable and scared, and go into great detail about the Synod on Young People, the Faith, and Vocational Discernment, including some of their hopes and dreams for the gathering.

  • The Fusing of Two Metals with a Hot Torch

    October 3rd, 2018  |  Season 2  |  1 hr 1 min

    Katie and Tommy talk about marriage in all its ordinariness, mundaneness, beauty, glory, and grace, while also reminiscing about their engagement, some of their favorite things about each other, and how the ministry of presence is so important in married life.

  • The Dundies

    September 26th, 2018  |  Season 2  |  57 mins 9 secs

    Katie and Tommy are back for Season 2 with a conversation about TV shows, the Emmy Awards, accompaniment in (and out of) ministry, mom shaming, Ad Orientem Masses (spoiler alert: they like them), and the undeniable fear of being vulnerable.