A BRUSH WITH HISTORY

One of the benefits of being disgustingly wealthy is the access you gain to the era's most influential thinkers.

Too Much Cocaine Wine

1:54

A cocaine wine-drinking competition between the Bellacourt sisters and their guests devolves into a full-on brawl.

The Commodore's World Order

1:09

While posing as the Commodore, Peepers delivers a speech defending the rich to Mark Twain, Leon Trotsky and Mohandas Gandhi.

The Cure for Hysteria

2:02

Sigmund Freud prescribes a regimen of genital stimulation to rid Beatrice, Lillian and Dodo of their pent-up uterine energies.

Branding Advice from Harriet Tubman

1:04

Harriet Tubman tells Lillian and Beatrice how she overtook her competition to become the top name associated with freeing the slaves.

A Eulogy for Victor

1:00

Lillian parlays Victor's funeral into an opportunity for seduction.

Beatrice's Space-Time Breakthrough

1:34

Frederick's Harvard chums lash out after Beatrice solves an equation devised by Albert Einstein.

Mayor Cutie's Big Break

1:21

Lillian and Beatrice listen to their collaboration with ragtime composer Scott Joplin, but they're shocked when the final product doesn't feature their vocals at all.

Extended Scene - Mark Twain's Sexual Appetite

0:47

The lawyer for the defense falls for Frederick's courtroom prank.