The Best Episodes of Drunk History
Historical reenactments as narrated by inebriated history buffs as A-list comedy/acting talent perform their tale. (Based on the award-winning web series.)
#2 - Hamilton
Season 4 - Episode 10
Lin-Manuel Miranda tells the story of Alexander Hamilton, his nemesis Aaron Burr and their infamous duel to the death.
#12 - 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.
#15 - Detroit
Season 1 - Episode 6
The Kellogg brothers litigate over their famous surname (and the newly profitable discovery of corn flakes), Ralph Nader goes to war with General Motors and Harry Houdini and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle go from best friends to bitter rivals.
#21 - Journalism
Season 3 - Episode 8
Nellie Bly and Elizabeth Bisland race each other around the world, New York's newsboys go on strike, and a political cartoonist exposes a corrupt politician.
#23 - Legends
Season 4 - Episode 2
Sam Patch becomes America's first daredevil; Marilyn Monroe and Ella Fitzgerald form a lasting friendship; Buster Keaton takes his talents to the big screen.
#24 - Miami
Season 3 - Episode 2
Actor Clark Gable joins the U.S Air Force during World War II, Ponce de León quarrels with Diego Colón (son of Christopher Columbus) in the 1500s and Griselda Blanco takes over the cocaine trade in Miami in the 1970s.
#25 - The Roosevelts
Season 4 - Episode 4
Teddy Roosevelt revolutionizes football; Winston Churchill pays FDR a visit at Christmastime; Eleanor Roosevelt becomes friends with a female Soviet sniper.