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Air weekdate:Tuesday Cast:'Weird Al' Yankovic, Courteney Cox, Dave Grohl, Jack Black, John Lithgow, Johnny Knoxville, Josh Hartnett, Laura Dern, Michael Cera, Patton Oswalt, Simon Helberg, Stephen Merchant, Will Ferrell, Winona Ryder, Adrianne Palicki, Alfred Molina, Fred Willard, Jaleel White, Jason Momoa, Jerry O'Connell, Kristen Wiig, Owen Wilson, Terry Crews, Tony Hale, Alia Shawkat, Aubrey Plaza, Justin Long, Luke Wilson, Retta, Will Sasso, Bob Odenkirk, Christopher Meloni, Greg Kinnear, Jack McBrayer, Kevin Nealon, Lisa Bonet Genre:Comedy Channel:Comedy Central (US) Status:Continuing
Drunk History season 2 episodes list:
Percy Julian battles adversity to become one of the greatest scientists of all time, Claudette Colvin lays the groundwork for Rosa Parks and Joe Louis fights Max Schmeling.
The U.S. reluctantly accepts the Statue of Liberty, Sybil Ludington goes on an epic ride to warn of a British attack and journalist Nellie Bly infiltrates a corrupt mental institution.
Disc Jockey Alan Freed plays rock and roll for the first time, Kris Kristofferson gets his big break with some help from Johnny Cash and music producer Sylvia Robinson assembles The Sugarhill Gang.
Newly elected President Abraham Lincoln tries to avoid assassination on the way to his inauguration, Francis Scott Key writes "The Star-Spangled Banner" and Edgar Allan Poe feuds with Rufus Griswold.
Charles Sumner gets caned on the Senate floor, Judge J. Waties Waring helps to end segregation and a slave named Robert Smalls commandeers a Confederate warship.
Orson Welles' "Citizen Kane" angers William Randolph Hearst, animator Ub Iwerks helps Walt Disney create "Mickey Mouse" and Nancy Reagan convinces her movie star husband to enter politics.
British explorer Captain James Cook socializes with the natives in Hawaii, future Senator Daniel Inouye fights in World War II and surfer Eddie Aikau earns a reputation for riding big waves.
Baron von Steuben helps train The Continental Army, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson campaign against each other to be President and Benedict Arnold betrays George Washington’s army.
Jim Thorpe is named the greatest athlete of the 20th century, Babe Didrikson breaks down gender barriers in sports and Jim Abbott achieves prominence as a pitcher despite having only one hand.
Frances Cleveland becomes the youngest first lady ever, Edith Wilson runs the country after Woodrow Wilson's stroke and Dolley Madison saves several artifacts from destruction.