Drunk History Christmas Special
Season 4 • 11/01/2017
Tune in for drunken Christmas tales of Washington, Dickens and Roosevelt on November 28 at 10/9c.
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.
Drunk HistoryS4 Julia Child Goes From Spy to Gourmet Chef
On her way to becoming a famous chef, Julia Child works as a spy overseas and meets her future husband.
Drunk HistoryS4 Alexander Hamilton Teams Up with George Washington
Lin-Manuel Miranda describes Hamilton's tutelage under General Washington -- and his crazy eagerness to fight in the Revolutionary War.
Drunk HistoryS4 Alexander Hamilton's Steamy Affair
Lin-Manuel Miranda describes how news of Hamilton's infidelity found its way into the newspaper -- and how Hamilton tried to deal with it.
Drunk HistoryS4 Steve Dahl's Disco Demolition
When rock 'n' roll DJ Steve Dahl blows up a crate of disco records in a baseball stadium, teenagers riot in celebration.
Drunk HistoryS4 The Cherry Sisters' Terrible Vaudeville Act
Five sisters discover that putting on horrible morality plays is more lucrative than farming.
Drunk HistoryS4 Drunk History Christmas Special
Washington crosses the Delaware, Dickens pens "A Christmas Carol" in six weeks, and Teddy Roosevelt bans Christmas trees in a new special premiering November 28 at 10/9c.
Drunk HistoryS5 A Very Teddy Roosevelt Christmas - Uncensored
Teddy Roosevelt decreed a ban on Christmas trees, but his children changed his mind with their holiday spirit.
Drunk HistoryS5 Rose Valland Takes On the Nazis
Tiffany Haddish tells the story of Rose Valland, an assistant curator in Paris who helped recover thousands of works of art taken by the Nazis during World War II.
Drunk HistoryS5 Clara Barton: The Angel of the Battlefield
Just when fate looked its bleakest for the Union soldiers fighting at the Battle of Antietam, along came an angel: Clara Barton.
Drunk HistoryS5 Jack Parsons Loved His Sex Magick
Taran Killam plays Jack Parsons, a brilliant rocket scientist who found himself under the sway of occultists.
Drunk HistoryS5 Rasputin's Journey to St. Petersburg
Once a lowly wanderer, Rasputin became a trusted confidant to Russia's Tsar Nicholas II and a frequent host of orgies.
Drunk HistoryS5 Nichelle Nichols Lives Boldly
When actress Nichelle Nichols wanted to quit playing Lieutenant Uhura on "Star Trek," real-life Trekkie Martin Luther King Jr. convinced her otherwise.
Drunk HistoryS5 The Story Behind the First Interracial Kiss on TV
Nichelle Nichols and William Shatner shared TV's first interracial kiss on "Star Trek," no thanks to the show's network executives.
Drunk HistoryS5 The Birth of Hip Hop
Questlove recounts how Jamaica-born Clive Campbell, a.k.a. DJ Kool Herc, invented hip hop in the early 1970s.
Drunk HistoryS5 How The Kinsey Scale Was Created
Alfred Kinsey (Josh Charles) and his wife Clara (Jillian Bell) conducted extensive research on human sexuality, and created a scale to chart it.
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