This week on “The Weekly Sip” we give you the lowdown of all things Hiddleswift. Besides the celebrity gossip, we talk about Tennessee joining the 21st Century by selling wine in grocery stores (with some limitations) and review Zac Brown Band’s three-part short movie “The Remedy.”
SPOILER ALERT: Swags and Carbs bring back Liz Dixon to school Carbs on season 6 of Game of Thrones. Knowledge is tested, alliances are made: winter is here bitches.
Swags and Carbs celebrate a belated National Rosé wine day while discussing the tragic shooting that took place in Orlando and the Nashville news trending during the CMA Fest. These fermented yanks talk TV, Strip Clubs, Bonnaroo, and whatever the fuck comes up in this episode of The Weekly Sip.
Swags and Carbs get hardcore deep dish and talk about their insane Memorial Day weekend in Chicago. Lots of wine, lots of food, and lots of six year olds playing beer pong, and winning? WTF!
Swags and Carbs are joined by Liz to review local breweries, then complete three short Buzzfeed quizzes.
Swags and Carbs talk about YouTuber Rob Dyke and take a “Sims or Florida” quiz–all while drinking sangria.
For this restaurant episode of The Weekly Sip, Carbs’s twin sister Lindsay joins to talk about Nashville’s best sushi restaurants before completing a BuzzFeed personality quiz about Pokemon.
On this month’s binge episode your favorite Fermented Yanks watch the late 90s early 2000s classics: Clueless, Bring It On, and Cruel Intentions. Staying in this time frame, these lushes go head to head on the Shrek song “Welcome To Duloc” and guess the lyrics in the competitive Buzzfeed quiz.
Swags and Carbs talk about Basement East and Bridgestone Arena on this week’s venue-themed show before guessing the difference between dog toys and sex toys.
This week your favorite fermented yanks get gourmet at Gaylord Opryland Resort and Hotel. If that doesn’t sound like front desk service, they check in with a heated review of High-Rise, an independent film based on the eponymous novel and starring Swags’s favorite, Tom Hiddleston. All this is followed by a competitive Buzzfeed quiz testing their knowledge of characters’ deaths on the recently returned Game of Thrones. Bitches be coming y’all.