Tuesday night’s “Drunk History” covered some legendary figures. From a 19th century daredevil, to titans of entertainment in the 20th century, our drunken narrators were able to salute those “Legends” while imbibing some delightful liqueurs. Highlights included:
-Narrator Nick Rutherford’s explanation of time: “It’s the 1800s. It’s not even the 1900s yet and it’s just past the 1700s.”
-Narrator Nick telling how daredevil Sam Patch bought a bear when he hit a certain level of success.
-Narrator Nick stating definitively Sam Patch’s bear’s name was “Bomzi.”
-Narrator Tymberlee Hill throwing up BEFORE she started but powering through like Beyoncè.
-Narrator Tymberlee scatting like Ella Fitzgerald.
-Narrator Tymberlee saying, “Marilyn Maloa. Marilyn Roemon. Marilyn Ramona.”
-Narrator Patrick Walsh’s toast to “people who know when to their damn mouths.”
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