Drunk History Seasons 1 and 2
Special Edition, Limited Edition
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“Drunk History” presents historical reenactments from A-list talent as told by inebriated storytellers. Drunken and often incoherent narrations provide a unique take on the familiar and not-so-familiar people and events from our country’s great past, with unforgettable results. Host Derek Waters, along with an ever-changing cast of great actors, leads viewers from town to town across the country. In these 18 episodes, the show visits Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Charleston, Chicago, Detroit, Hawaii, Hollywood, Montgomery, Nashville, New York City, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C., and covers topics that include first ladies, sports stars, and the Wild West. Booze helps bring out the truth of our nation’s history. It’s just that sometimes that truth involves hitting on airport bar janitors or eating cheese fries at 4 a.m.
• Drunk Outtakes & Extended Scenes
• Extended "First Ladies" Episode
• Sober Reveals
Top customer reviews
My teenage son and I really enjoy watching these episodes together, we laugh our heads off, and we've both been inspired to read books about the events they're covering. Kudos to them for selecting some of the more obscure historical events that haven't gotten their due in our classrooms or history books, and introducing us to new heroes. Especially love the stories about the Lincoln assassination, Al Capone, the FBI vs. Martin Luther King, and the invention of Coca-Cola.
If so, then this show is for you. Drunk History combines the ramblings of a fully intoxicated narrator with a literal word for word reenactment. It's chock full of recognizable guest stars and it will leave you fully entertained and educated.
Invite your friends, crack open a cold one, a bag of popcorn and kick back for a night of lesser known historical facts as told by the chemically impaired. You will not be disappointed.
There are a lot of famous actors and comedians that appear in both the reenactments and as the "drunk person".
The way the reenactments go along with how the drunk person is explaining the subject is side-splitting, especially the one with Bill Hader!