Uh oh, everyone! Looks like we've come to the end of our Revelation series where we finally talk about The Whore of Babylon, Veronica's favorite Bible character. It combines V's favorite things, possible harem action and...definite harem action. Also: Willie joins us once again as we plead with Jesus to refrain from taking the wheel any longer cause he definitely can't drive and talk about Christians who like to gingerly pick out the Bible verses they want like a picky child sifts out the vegetables from their dinner. That's not all! Point and laugh at Jonté along with the rest of the Tipsy crew as he relays his fears about being raptured as a kid; what an idiot coward! Listen to this exciting conclusion and NONE of your questions will be answered!
Revelations part 3 is here folks, and this one has real monsters! Yup, that's right! WE'RE STILL TALKING ABOUT THIS HOT MESS OF A CHAPTER! The guys teach Veronica the indisputable fact that the mark of the beast = not eating Chic-Fil-A. The tipsy crew also have a revelation of their own when we realize that Alex is the ACTUAL anti-christ. The guys have a serious chat about the lack of guidance they received while in church and how they dealt with not having a place to turn to address doubts they had about their faith.
We’re back again with more of Revelations! But not before Veronica regales us with her findings from her 23 and Me testing. What sort of genetic mysteries will she uncover!? And will it explain why she suddenly disappears for the latter half of the episode!? The narrator of this book, John, is most definitely tripping balls and convincing himself he’s seeing some divine visions but these visions are hella boring. Just a bunch of lampstands, old people, and chairs. John needs some better drugs.
Alright, Tipsy Disciples. It’s time we delve into the trippy, symbolism-laden world of Revelations, the last book of The Bible. And we’ve got our friend Willie as a special guest that we’ve dragged into our drunken nonsense. Veronica expands her wine tastes into the sparkling variety while Jonte busts out his best Dave Matthews (the greatest artist of our generation) impression. Buckle up though, folks! This episode goes a bit long and gets a bit serious as we discuss more about the trials and tribulations of growing up in a religious environment and how Alex and Jonte ended up abandoning their faith. This episode’s got it all!!!!