Swags and Carbs return to talk about masculinity standards, Friday Night Lights, modern dating, and 90s sitcom living rooms.
Swags and Carbs have their good friend Criss on the show to them some insight on filmmaking, hunch punch, and celebrity relationship, then Producer Galen fucks up the Buzzfeed quiz. The wait will be worth it in this episode. #thirstyThursday
You can’t stop a good thing and with Jennifer and John in the studio we had enough for two fucking awesome episodes. John and Jennifer weigh in on the newest edition of the Harry Potter franchise The Cursed Child.
This episode makes history with TWS first male guest John Ferguson, a Nashville actor and filmmaker. Joining him is the talented Jennifer Bonior here to talk about Tapioca which premiered at Defy Film Festival this past weekend. It’s movie f**king madness today. Pop a cork and tune in.
Special guest Dycee Wildman, co-creator of the Defy Film Festival in East Nashville, joins Swags and Carbs to talk about Defy, frugal fun, and the difference between sex and gymnastics terminology.
Swags and Carbs pop the cork and the question as they explore marriage traditions today. Lastly, the girls battle it out with a throwback quiz on 90s television animated characters. Let’s get clinking bitches!
On this girl-talk episode of The Weekly Sip, Swags and Carbs talk more about the 48, Disney movies, gender roles, and then test their knowledge of horror movie houses.
Flip your hair out and zip up those windbreakers. Swags and Carbs are talking about the 80s inspired hit series “Stranger Things”. They keep the spoilers to a minimum as they discuss key cinematic elements of the series casting and art direction. Things are not as they seem in this episode.
Your favorite bitches are back and are recapping what the fuck they’ve been doing this month. The 48 is back and they got all the deets. Bring your glasses and fill them to the brim.
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.”