Drunk HistoryS5 E6Mr. Rogers's Beautiful Life
Fred Rogers creates the classic children's show "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" and helps stop budget cuts to public television proposed by Richard Nixon.
Drunk HistoryS5 E6Maya Lin Designs the Vietnam Veterans Memorial
College student Maya Lin designs the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, but faces backlash for the monument's lack of military symbolism.
Drunk HistoryS5 E7The High-Flying Adventure of D.B. Cooper
A man known as D.B. Cooper hijacks an airplane -- and gets away with it.
Drunk HistoryS5 E7The Disappearance of Agatha Christie
Mystery writer Agatha Christie disappears in the middle of the night, leaving police baffled.
Drunk HistoryS5 E8Willy Hitler Fights Against the Germans
Willy Hitler thinks he can obtain a high-ranking spot in his Uncle Adolf's party, but when things don't go his way, he turns the tables.
Drunk HistoryS5 E8Frank Emi Takes a Stand
Randall Park tells the story of Frank Emi, who urged Japanese Americans to resist the draft after they were sent to internment camps during World War II.
Drunk HistoryS5 E10The History of the ASPCA
Mae Whitman shares the story of Henry Bergh, who founded the ASPCA and personally patrolled the streets of 19th-century New York preventing acts of animal cruelty.
Drunk HistoryS5 E9The Capture of Adolf Eichmann
Rachel Bloom tells the story of how the Mossad captured Adolf Eichmann, who was one of the major organizers of the Holocaust.
Drunk HistoryS5 E10Clever Math with Clever Hans
Rich Fulcher shares the story of how Wilhelm von Osten's love of animals led to him teaching a horse named Clever Hans simple math problems.
Drunk HistoryS5 E11Mansa Musa Heads to Mecca Like a Boss
Insanely rich West African emperor Mansa Musa goes on a wild spending spree during his pilgrimage to Mecca.
Drunk HistoryS5 E11Joan of Arc Leads an Army in France
A trio of dead saints convinces 13-year-old Joan of Arc to help the French defeat the British in the Hundred Years' War.
Drunk HistoryS5 E12The Bandit Who Wouldn't Give Up
JD Ryznar shares the story of Elmer McCurdy's 1911 shootout with police and the funeral director who profited from his death.
Drunk HistoryS5 E12The Plot to Steal Lincoln's Body
Jimmy O. Yang describes Big Jim Kennally's plan to kidnap Abraham Lincoln's corpse and hold it for ransom as well as the Secret Service's quest to protect the president.
Drunk HistoryS5 E13How Vlad the Impaler Became Dracula
Greg Tuculescu tells the story of how a 15th century prisoner's quest to avenge his father led to a bloodthirsty massacre that eventually inspired Bram Stoker's "Dracula."
Drunk HistoryS5 E13The Curse of Giles Corey
Allan McLeod tells the story of Giles Corey, who was crushed to death during the Salem witch trials -- but not before invoking a curse that would last for centuries.
Drunk HistoryS6 E1Victor Frankenstein's Second Feelings - Uncensored
Rich Fulcher tells the story of Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" and the titular character's clash with his monster over the latter's desired bride.
Drunk HistoryS6 E1Mary Shelley's Maiden Name Is a Mouthful - Uncensored
Rich Fulcher has a hard time remembering Mary Shelley's maiden name as he tells the story of how she wrote "Frankenstein."
Drunk HistoryS6 E2Marjory Stoneman Douglas, Mother of the Everglades
Tess Lynch tells the story of Marjory Stoneman Douglas, the tireless activist who saved the Florida Everglades from developers and cemented its status as a national park.
Drunk HistoryS6 E2John Muir Goes Camping with Teddy Roosevelt
Steve Berg talks about naturalist John Muir's game-changing camping trip with President Theodore Roosevelt and how it led to the establishment of America's national parks.
Drunk HistoryS6 E3The Black Player Who Integrated Baseball Decades Before Jackie Robinson
Carl Tart tells the story of Moses Fleetwood Walker, who left law school to become the first black player on an all-white baseball team in the 1880s.