Drunk History

Tuesday 10:00 PM on Comedy Central Premiered Jul 09, 2013 Between Seasons



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AIRED ON 11/24/2015

Season 3 : Episode 13

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    • I Like it

      My brother found a commercial for it and usually he picks bad shows. But for once It's actually not bad. Sure, not all of the stories are funny but a lot of them are. Just give this show a chance before assuming it's bad because it's on comedy central. (I acknowledge the fact comedy central has a lot of bad programs)
    • Better than Colbert and Stewart.

      But even so, this show proves that the folks at ComedyCentral are better at the "Central" part of their name than the "Comedy". The premise sounds like it could be funny. History told by a drunk really should be funny, but I get the idea that this show requires the *viewer* to be drunk in order for it to elicit even a lukewarm chuckle. Maybe the producers were drunk while putting the show together, and network execs were drunk while deciding to air it. I actually wasted my time watching the entire first episode, thinking that at some point it would have to become even mildly amusing. I was wrong. And why have someone like Fred Willard appear if the idiot drunk narrator's voice is the only one being heard?

      Four year olds telling their own made-up knock-knock jokes would be funnier... by a lot... and that's with *sober* four year olds. Thirty minutes of toilet flushes would be a better use of air time. Filling this time slot with 30 minutes of continuous flatulence would be an improvement, as well as very impressive.

      A network that thought six episodes of Gerhard Reinke's Wanderlust was enough has some nerve thinking that even one episode of this wasn't too many.

      On the other hand, it's not the worst show on TV these days...moreless

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    Comedy, Educational