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Drunk History is a show featuring historical reenactments by A-list comedy/acting talent, presented by Derek Waters and many inebriated history buff storytellers. (Based on the award-winning and wildly popular web series.)
|S01E01||Washington, D.C.||09/07/2013||Woodward and Bernstein blow open the Watergate scandal, actors/brothers Edwin and John Wilkes Booth engage in a tragic feud and Elvis crashes The White House to meet President Richard Nixon.|
|S01E02||Chicago||16/07/2013||Al Capone is done in by an easily solved problem, Abraham Lincoln catches a break and police battle with protesters during The Haymarket Riot of 1886.|
|S01E03||Atlanta||23/07/2013||John Pemberton invents Coca-Cola from wine and cocaine, the F.B.I tries to take down Martin Luther King Jr. and Stetson Kennedy infiltrates the Klu Klux Klan.|
|S01E04||Boston||30/07/2013||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.|
|S01E05||San Francisco||06/08/2013||Patty Hearst gets kidnapped and brainwashed, Mark Twain flees the city in fear (and finds his unlikely first hit story) and Mary Ellen Pleasant supports abolitionists with her business earnings.|
|S01E06||Detroit||13/08/2013||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.|
|S01E07||Nashville||20/08/2013||Dolly Parton has to leave the man who made her famous, competing lawyers clash in the Scopes Monkey Trial, and Lewis and Clark explore the dangerous west.|
|S01E08||The Wild West||27/08/2013||Teddy Roosevelt makes a name for himself, hold-outs fight to the bitter end at The Alamo and Billy The Kid goes on the run from Lawman Pat Garrett.|
|S00E01||Drunk History Vol. 1 - Feat. Michael Cera||06/08/2007||On August 6th 2007, Mark Gagliardi drank a bottle of scotch and then discussed a famous historical event. That night history was made. Drunk History.|
|S00E02||Drunk History Vol. 2 - Feat. Jack Black||27/01/2008||Eric Falconer, a Benjamin Franklin expert, reveals his controversial theory about the discovery of electricity. Witness history told as it's never been told before...Drunk.|
|S00E03||Drunk History Vol. 2.5 - Feat. Jack Black||03/02/2008||Later that November night Eric Falconer, the Franklin expert, drank more vodka and then discussed this historical event...|
|S00E04||Drunk History Vol. 3 - Feat. Danny McBride||12/07/2008||Late one night Jen Kirkman drank a bottle and a half of wine and then discussed the gripping tale of Oney Judge, George and Martha Washington's favourite slave.|
|S00E05||Drunk History Vol. 4 - Feat. Paul Schneider||20/10/2008||See the drunken tale of William Henry Harrison, the ninth U.S President, who was sixty eight years old when he was elected.|
|S00E06||Drunk History Vol. 5 - Feat. Will Ferrell, Don Cheadle & Zooey Deschanel||05/05/2010||Jen Kirkman has two bottles of wine and tells us the story of how the friendship of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass overcame the slavery movement and the racism that existed in their day.|
|S00E07||Drunk History Vol. 6 - Feat. John C. Reilly & Crispin Glover||05/05/2010||Late one night Duncan Trussell had a six pack of beer and a bottle of absinthe and sat down to tell us about the amazing story of Nikola Tesla, the father of western technology, who sailed to America to meet Thomas Edison and work for him.|
|S00E08||Drunk History Christmas - Feat. Ryan Gosling, Jim Carrey & Eva Mendes||20/12/2011||A very special Drunk History Christmas.|
|S00E09||Election Special||08/11/2016||Host Derek Waters and fan favorite Steve Berg relive the best stories about presidents and elections, including Abraham Lincoln's law career and the contentious campaign between John Adams and Thomas Jefferson.|