Drunk History: Death Season 5, Ep 12
It gets a bit grim in this episode, as Derek Waters tackles death with Steve Berg and Montgomery Meigs (Jason Ritter), the Civil War Quartermaster General who decided to bury Union troops on Robert E. Lee's estate, Jimmy O. Yang and the plot to steal Lincoln's body and finally JD Ryznar who tells us the story of train robber Elmer McCurdy (Justin Long), who became an attraction after his demise.
Drunk History: Drunk Mystery Season 5, Ep 7
It's mystery time! Alison Rich, Kyle Mooney, and Georgia Hardstark tell the story of the disappearance of Agatha Christie (Kirsten Dunst), D.B. Cooper (Taran Killam), perpetrator of America's only unsolved airplane hijacking, and the menacing phantom letters of Circleville. [more inside]
Drunk History: Underdogs Season 5, Ep 6
Derek Waters, Solomon Georgio, Jon Gabrus, and Jennie Pierson get together and raise a glass to the underdogs: Fred Rogers (Colin Hanks) and his quest for continued federal support for quality PBS childrens' programming, Ida Tarbell (Shannon Woodward), the journalist who helped take down the one of the largest monopolies in US history, John D. Rockefeller's (John Ennis) Standard Oil, and Maya Lin (Kimiko Glenn), the designer of the Vietnam War Memorial.
Drunk History: Civil Rights Season 5, Ep 5
Derek Waters has a drink with Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Crissle West,and Suzi Barrett to talk about Civil Rights. Emmeline Pankhurst (Tatiana Maslany) and Edith Garrud (Maria Blasucci) leading the Sufragettes literal fight to vote in England, the Birmingham Children's March with Gwendolyn Sanders (Eris Baker) and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (Sheaun McKinney), and Dr. Frank Bowe (Sean Berdy) and the Section 504 sit-in led by Judy Heumann (Ali Stroker).