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In this comedy series, celebrities try their best to explain important historical events, but their often already flimsy grasp of history is complicated by the fact that they're required to drink heavily while they're explaining. The wackiness is augmented by less-than-dramatic re-enactments of the historical events.

Tuesday 10:00 PM et/pt on Comedy Central
6 Seasons, 61 Episodes
July 9, 2013
Comedy, History
7.8/10
Cast: Bennie Arthur, Derek Waters, Craig Cackowski, Maria Blasucci
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Drunk History Full Episode Guide

  • John F. Kennedy's doctor administers him meth for his back pain; Dr. John C. Lilly takes LSD while studying the intelligence of dolphins.

  • People going to extremes for love, including a student who tunnels beneath the Berlin Wall, Edie Windsor topples the Defense of Marriage Act, and John Wojtowicz robs a bank to pay for his wife's gender reassignment surgery.

  • Bessie Coleman is America's first black woman pilot; the students of the Little Rock Nine integrate a high school following the Brown v. Board of Education decision.

  • Moses Fleetwood Walker faces racism in the 19th-century MLB; the Chicago White Sox are accused of intentionally losing the 1919 World Series; the Callaghan sisters inspire the film "A League of Their Own."

  • Moses Fleetwood Walker faces racism in the 19th-century MLB; the Chicago White Sox are accused of intentionally losing the 1919 World Series; the Callaghan sisters inspire the film "A League of Their Own."

  • Will Ferrell and Seth Rogen star in this episode about how teenage writer Mary Shelley created her legendary novel, “Frankenstein.”

  • A victim of the Salem witch trials curses the town; one woman changes the way people celebrate Halloween; Vlad the Impaler inspires the classic horror story Dracula.

  • Robert E. Lee's estate becomes a burial ground for Union soldiers; a gang of counterfeiters attempt to kidnap Abraham Lincoln's body; and an embalmed bandit makes his way around the country.

  • Joan of Arc leads the French during the Hundred Years' War; Mongol leader Genghis Khan rises to power; and Mansa Musa brings thousands of people on a pilgrimage to Mecca.

  • A lawyer defends the lives of rats in court; Henry Bergh establishes the ASPCA; and a horse that can solve math problems leads to advances in the field of psychology.

  • An Italian handyman steals the "Mona Lisa"; the "Santa bandits" rob a bank in Texas; and Mossad agents capture a Nazi general who had escaped to Argentina.

  • A group of artists known as the Ghost Army trick German troops; a resistance movement grows within Japanese internment camps; Adolf Hitler's nephew fights for the U.S.

  • Agatha Christie's disappearance is investigated, along with the anonymous letter writer who terrorized the town of Circleville; and the mastermind behind America's only unsolved airplane hijacking.

  • Colin Hanks, David Harbour and Kimiko Glenn celebrate Fred Rogers and his fight for government-funded children's TV. Also: the female journalist who helped take down John D. Rockefeller's oil monopoly.

  • Tatiana Maslany, Kat Dennings, and Ali Stroker pay tribute to Suffragettes who fought for their rights with jujitsu.

  • Abbi Jacobson, Josh Charles, Amber Tamblyn, Jane Krakowski and Jillian Bell salute Margaret Sanger's crusade for accessible birth control. Also: the creation of the Kinsey scale; and Gloria Steinem's undercover work at the Playboy Club.

  • Questlove, Method Man, Raven-Symone and more celebrate the early history of hip-hop. Also: the man known for inventing Motown, Berry Gordy; and "Star Trek" actress Nichelle Nichols's activism on and off the TV screen.

  • Taran Killam, Jerry O'Connell and Bob Odenkirk explore the lives of Jack Parsons, occultist cofounder of the Jet Propulsion Lab; W.C. Minor, the man who helped write the Oxford English Dictionary; and Rasputin, adviser to Tsar Nicholas II.

  • Evan Rachel Wood, Tiffany Haddish, Mandy Moore, and Busy Phillips pay tribute to the first woman to fight in the Revolutionary War. and a museum curator who saved art from the Nazis and Civil War.

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