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Ozzy and Jack's World Detour season 1
We are glad to tell you the good news that more recently the Internet has a new trailer show called Ozzy and Jack's World Detour. The series tells the remarkable story of Ozzy Osbourne and his son Jack which will visit many corners of our world in order to explore the history of some of the most legendary places in the world and at the same time to visit other less known previous location. A wide variety of sights and people of many nationalities will open their eyes. All ten episodes of the show will be shown with enthusiasm and desire self-proclaimed botanys were waiting for seems for many years the beginning of this trip and now will be able to visit places such as Mount Rushmore, Stonehenge, Alamo, Roswell, Jamestown and have time to look into the missile silo, famous Bletchley Park on teritorri English state and private museum running Artillery tanks. Ozzy also noted that such a journey is very surprised by his many simply fabulous discoveries and helps to fill in the existing gaps in his knowledge of history. We think that such a great adventures across the globe will be informative not only for the main characters but also of course for all the spectators.
Ozzy and Jack's World Detour season 1 episodes list:
Ozzy and Jack trek to Jamestown, Va., taking a few detours along the way; while Jack intends to find out whether any Osbournes were among the first American colonists, Ozzy obsesses over the idea that early settlers resorted to cannibalism.
In San Antonio, Ozzy and Jack head to the Alamo to redress a shameful incident that occurred there in 1982; the guys visit NASA's Johnson Space Center, where they test drive the Mars Rover, and they stop at the Museum of Funeral History.
While on a road trip to Mount Rushmore, Jack and Ozzy engage in a quick-draw shootout, pan for gold, visit Wild Bill Hickok's grave in Deadwood, S.D., go inside a Minuteman nuclear missile site, and come face to face with Crazy Horse.
Ozzy and Jack pack up a camper and travel to Roswell, N.M.; while Jack is a true UFO believer, Ozzy is a skeptic; while in New Mexico, they vist the Petroglyphs National Monument, the UFO Museum and the famous Roswell crash site.
Jack has a big surprise in store for his father's birthday and pulls a lot of strings to put together the perfect trip for him; the trip includes medical oddities, a penitentiary, a voyage 220-feet underground, and a relic from Ozzy's past.
Ozzy and Jack head to the United Kingdom; Ozzy seeks to get his hands on Alan Turing's Nazi code breaking machine; Jack tries to convince his father to go to a monument known as Superhenge; Jack pursues his dream of getting his father knighted.
Ozzy and Jack travel to Japan, where they go in search of a Samurai master and secure an invitation to try their hand at forging a kitana blade; then, Jack wants to get a Tebori tattoo from a legendary tattoo master of the ancient art form.
In Washington, D.C., Jack scrambles to arrange a tour of the White House; the guys visit the FBI Training Academy, a local legend known as Little Ozzy, a residence where the Beatles partied, and a park featuring the heads of U.S. presidents.
Off limits for 50 years, Jack and Ozzy head to Cuba, where they see classic automobiles, Cold War weaponry, Ernest Hemingway's house, and the presidential palace; Jack strives to bring home a little bit of Cuba in his suitcase.
Ozzy is excited to visit Sun Studios in Memphis, Tenn., while Jack wants to visit the place where the devil reputedly struck a deal that changed music history; a special gift from an instrument maker inspires Ozzy to unleash his own music magic.