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What Nobody Told You About Drunk History

In 2013, Drunk History acted as an intrepid pioneer, becoming one of the first internet-based video series to move to cable television. In other words, the show about history made daring history of its own. It's only fitting, because Drunk History was a completely original television series, bringing big ratings and critical acclaim to Comedy Central with its unique premise.

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What Nobody Told You About Drunk History

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    The Untold Truth Of Drunk History - Grunge

    The Untold Truth Of Drunk History - Grunge

    In 2013, Drunk History acted as an intrepid pioneer, becoming one of the first internet-based video series to move to cable television. In other words, the show about history made daring history of its own. It's only fitting, because Drunk History was a completely original television series, bringing big ratings and critical acclaim to Comedy Central with its unique premise.

    Is Drunk History Accurate? - Grunge

    Is Drunk History Accurate? - Grunge

    Everyone knows that booze improves judgment, decision-making, and recall. That's why when you get blackout drunk, you can't remember anything once you're sober — all the smartness wore off. In fact, the B in "BAC" stands for "brilliant," and drunk driving was actually banned due to an epidemic of smart cars getting so jealous of their intoxicated drivers that the vehicles crashed themselves out of spite. Some of these assertions might sound a tad inaccurate, but that's probably because you aren't drunk enough to remember the history of traffic laws correctly.

    Why These Drunk History Actors Look So Familiar - Grunge

    Why These Drunk History Actors Look So Familiar - Grunge

    Drunk History is one of the most original ideas in TV history — while also feeling extremely familiar, if not relatable. Each episode, show creator Derek Waters hangs out in the private home of a comedian, actor, or celebrity, and then gets that person extremely intoxicated on their booze of choice. Then the cameras role as this inebriated, compromised individual relates a fascinating and little-known story about American or world history. The drunker they get, the more impassioned the storytelling.

    Actors Who Were Drunk During Filming - Grunge

    Actors Who Were Drunk During Filming - Grunge

    In the movie Lost in Translation, Bill Murray plays a surly movie star filming a whiskey commercial. Frustrated with his performance, he tells the director, "This is not whiskey. This is iced tea. If you gave me real whiskey—" well, we can imagine what he's getting at. In fact, a famous Hollywood saying about actors on set says, "If they're drinking whiskey, it's tea. If they're drinking tea, it's whiskey."

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