The Best Episodes of Drunk History
Last Updated: Jan 30, 2019
Historical reenactments as narrated by inebriated history buffs as A-list comedy/acting talent perform their tale. (Based on the award-winning web series.)
#5 - Baltimore
Season 2 - Episode 4
Newly elected President Abraham Lincoln tries to avoid assassination on the way to his inauguration, Francis Scott Key writes "The Star-Spangled Banner" and Edgar Allan Poe feuds with Rufus Griswold.
#10 - New York City
Season 2 - Episode 2
The U.S. reluctantly accepts the Statue of Liberty, Sybil Ludington goes on an epic ride to warn of a British attack and journalist Nellie Bly infiltrates a corrupt mental institution.
#11 - First Ladies
Season 2 - Episode 10
Frances Cleveland becomes the youngest first lady ever, Edith Wilson runs the country after Woodrow Wilson's stroke and Dolley Madison saves several artifacts from destruction.
#13 - Montgomery, AL
Season 2 - Episode 1
Percy Julian battles adversity to become one of the greatest scientists of all time, Claudette Colvin lays the groundwork for Rosa Parks and Joe Louis fights Max Schmeling.
#14 - Boston
Season 1 - Episode 4
Mary Dyer wages war with the Puritan establishment, two cunning thieves pull off a $500 million art heist and the most notorious arsonist in New England history is revealed.
#17 - Sports Heroes
Season 2 - Episode 9
Jim Thorpe is named the greatest athlete of the 20th century, Babe Didrikson breaks down gender barriers in sports and Jim Abbott achieves prominence as a pitcher despite having only one hand.
#18 - Shit Shows
Season 4 - Episode 11
DJ Steve Dahl sparks an anti-disco riot; the Cherry Sisters emerge as the worst vaudeville act of all time; a rivalry between two actors turns violent.
#23 - Philadelphia
Season 2 - Episode 8
Baron von Steuben helps train The Continental Army, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson campaign against each other to be President and Benedict Arnold betrays George Washington’s army.
#24 - Hollywood
Season 2 - Episode 6
Orson Welles' "Citizen Kane" angers William Randolph Hearst, animator Ub Iwerks helps Walt Disney create "Mickey Mouse" and Nancy Reagan convinces her movie star husband to enter politics.