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Watch Ronda Rousey Bite Off Someone's Ear On Drunk History
Ronda Rousey recently made an appearance on Drunk History alongside 2 Broke Girls actress Kat Dennis, and the two got into a bit of a rough and tumble for a segment on the show.
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Two Arrested Development Actors Are Reuniting For Drunk History
For a long time, Arrested Development was one of those great comedies that got cancelled too early. Then, a few seasons ago, Netflix brought the cult favorite back from the dead and the cast has been reuniting ever since.
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Citizen Kane Gets The Drunk History Treatment With Jack Black
When Orson Welles made Citizen Kane back in the early 1940s, it was considered one of the most controversial Hollywood movies ever made - though not because of violence, foul language, sex or nudity. Rather it was because the film's fictional central subject, Charles Foster Kane, was loosely though obviously not-so-lovingly based on the life of William Randolph Hearst, a newspaper magnate who also happened to be one of the most powerful and influential people in America.
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Web Series Drunk History May Be Headed To Comedy Central
Comedy Central is considering bringing the viral web hit Drunk History to television, and they’ve got a big name in comedy behind it. Will Ferrell, who has appeared in one of the web shorts that combine historical reenactments with narration provided by highly inebriated people, along with SNL writer Adam McKay would produce on the project.
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Watch Ryan Gosling, Jim Carrey And Eva Mendes Perform Twas The Night Before Christmas
There are a bunch of good reasons to get drunk on Christmas. Sometimes you don't want to deal with your family, there's plenty of eggnog lying around, and sometimes it helps make the movie a little funnier and Chinese food taste better (those last two are for our Jewish friends out there). Should you decide to get drunk on Christmas, however...
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Drunk History Takes Top Sundance Shorts Prize
Short films don't really get a lot of buzz at Sundance-- there's a lot of other stuff to drown it out, of course-- but the one short I've consistently been hearing about is "Drunk History," in which Will Ferrell and Don Cheadle re-enact history after a few bottles of wine
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