Andrew Jackson, Badass Dude
Season 4 E 3 • 10/11/2016
Turns out that Andrew Jackson is really into dueling.
Drunk HistoryS2 Edith Wilson, the First Female President
In light of Hillary Clinton's historic run, Drunk History looks back to a time when the White House was secretly run by a first lady.
Drunk HistoryS3 Solving Los Angeles's Water Crisis
William Mulholland goes to extreme lengths to build the Los Angeles Aqueduct after he realizes that the city is on the brink of a major water shortage.
Drunk HistoryS4 Exclusive - Drunk History at Comic-Con 2016 - The Magic Ingredient
Narrators Duncan Trussell and Steve Berg walk Jack McBrayer through what it's like to get wasted for a shoot.
Drunk HistoryS4 Exclusive - Drunk History at Comic-Con 2016 - Season 4 Preview
Derek Waters teases Drunk History Season 4 and explains how it's different from previous years of the show.
Drunk HistoryS4 Timothy Leary's LSD Experiments
Harvard professor Timothy Leary is wrongfully arrested after preaching the benefits of acid.
Drunk HistoryS4 Wasted on the Titanic
When the Titanic begins to sink, the ship's chief baker keeps his cool with a little help from his flask of whiskey.
Drunk HistoryS4 Ella Fitzgerald's Big Break
Hollywood actress Marilyn Monroe helps legendary singer Ella Fitzgerald land her first gig at an exclusive club.
Drunk HistoryS4 Buster Keaton Teams Up with Charlie Chaplin
Buster Keaton goes on the greatest run of filmmaking in movie history.
Drunk HistoryS4 Sam Patch Becomes the First Daredevil
From jumping off waterfalls to owning a bear, fearless daredevil Sam Patch does it all.
Drunk HistoryS4 E3Marsha P. Johnson Sparks the Stonewall Riots
When New York City police raid the Stonewall Inn, LGBT activist Marsha P. Johnson stands up for her civil rights.
Drunk HistoryS4 E3Andrew Jackson, Badass Dude
Events spin out of control after Andrew Jackson agrees to be a second in a duel between two of his soldiers.
Drunk HistoryS4 Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Meet a Soviet Sniper
Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt get a surprise when they welcome the Soviet Union's most lethal sniper to the White House.
Drunk HistoryS4 Teddy Roosevelt Saves Football
Teddy Roosevelt rescues football from itself with some rule changes that make the sport less deadly.
Drunk HistoryS4 Lord Gordon Gordon Cheats a Robber Baron
A fake Scottish nobleman who goes by Lord Gordon Gordon steals more than $100,000 from railroad magnate Jay Gould.
Drunk HistoryS4 Sadie the Goat Head Butts Her Way to Notoriety
Head butting strangers, being a pirate, getting her ear bitten off -- Sadie the Goat was one busy woman.
Drunk HistoryS4 The Wright Brothers Get a Hand From Their Sister
Orville and Wilbur Wright get off the ground thanks to the brains and determination of their sister, Katharine.
Drunk HistoryS4 The Kopp Sisters Fight Back
When a wealthy businessman tries to intimidate three sisters in 1910s New Jersey, they take matters into their own hands.
Drunk HistoryS4 Victor Lustig Sells the Eiffel Tower
Con man Victor Lustig swindles a man into buying the Eiffel Tower for scrap metal.
Drunk HistoryS4 William Shakespeare Steals His Own Theater
When a Puritan landowner tries to shut down Shakespeare's theater, the playwright and his company take matters into their own hands.
Drunk HistoryS4 Boston's Great Molasses Flood
A Boston distillery chooses the absolute worst person to oversee construction of its giant molasses tank.
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