Drunk History: Season 3 (2015)
- Season 3 Episode 9: Los Angeles
Vigilantes led by Andres Pico enact street justice; Rin Tin Tin becomes the world's biggest movie star; the construction of the Los Angeles aqueduct brings makes city officials rich.
- Season 3 Episode 8: Journalism
Nellie Bly and Elizabeth Bisland try to travel around the world in less than 80 days; Thomas Nast's political cartoons lead to the downfall of Tammany Hall leader Boss Tweed.
- Season 3 Episode 7: Oklahoma
Kentucky Daisy stakes a claim to land; Gordon Cooper overcomes mechanical issues on a one-man space mission; African-American Deputy Marshal Bass Reeves is the inspiration for the Lone Ranger.
- Season 3 Episode 6: Games
Milton Bradley helps makes board games popular; Roger Sharpe helps overturn a pinball ban; chess master Bobby Fischer defeats Russian rival Boris Spassky during the Cold War.
- Season 3 Episode 5: Cleveland
Wayne Wheeler becomes the face of Prohibition; Dorothy Fuldheim breaks barriers in news broadcasting; Muhammad Ali refuses to fight in the Vietnam War.
- Season 3 Episode 4: Spies
Harriet Tubman provides military intelligence to the Union Army; Virginia Hall spies in France during World War II and becomes the first woman in the CIA; Roald Dahl serves as a debonair British spy.
- Season 3 Episode 3: New Orleans
Pirate John Lafitte helps Andrew Jackson defeat the British during the War of 1812; Sam Zemurray becomes a banana kingpin; Louis Armstrong becomes a jazz legend.
- Season 3 Episode 2: Miami
Actor Clark Gable joins the Air Force during World War II; Ponce de Leon quarrels with Diego Columbus; Griselda Blanco takes over the cocaine trade in Miami.
- Season 3 Episode 1: New Jersey
Paleontologists Othniel Marsh and Edward Cope become rivals; Penzias and Wilson discover the echo of the Big Bang.
Drunk History: Season 2 (2014)
- Season 2 Episode 10: First Ladies
Frances Cleveland becomes the youngest first lady; Edith Wilson runs the country after Woodrow Wilson's stroke; Dolley Madison saves several artifacts from destruction.
- Season 2 Episode 9: Sports Heroes
Jim Thorpe is named the greatest athlete of the 20th century; Babe Didrikson breaks down gender barriers in sports; despite having only one hand, Jim Abbott achieves prominence as a pitcher.
- Season 2 Episode 8: Philadelphia
Baron von Steuben helps train the Continental Army; John Adams and Thomas Jefferson campaign against each other; Benedict Arnold betrays George Washington's army.
- Season 2 Episode 7: Hawaii
James Cook discovers Hawaii and parties with the natives; Japanese-American Daniel Inouye fights heroically in World War II; Eddie Aikau becomes one of the world's greatest big-wave surfers.
- Season 2 Episode 6: Hollywood
Orson Welles's Citizen Kane upsets William Randolph Hearst; animator Ub Iwerks helps Walt Disney create Mickey Mouse; Nancy Reagan convinces her husband Ronald to enter politics.
- Season 2 Episode 5: Charleston
Charles Sumner gets caned on the Senate floor; Judge J. Waties Waring helps end segregation; a slave named Robert Smalls commandeers a Confederate warship.
- Season 2 Episode 4: Baltimore
Abraham Lincoln tries to avoid assassination on the way to his inauguration; Francis Scott Key writes 'The Star-Spangled Banner'; Edgar Allan Poe feuds with Rufus Griswold.
- Season 2 Episode 3: American Music
Disc jockey Alan Freed brings popularity to rock 'n' roll music; Kris Kristofferson becomes a songwriter; Sylvia Robinson produces 'Rapper's Delight.'
- Season 2 Episode 2: New York City
Frederic Bartholdi struggles to sell the U.S. Congress on the Statue of Liberty; Sybil Ludington takes her midnight ride; Nellie Bly goes undercover at Blackwell's Island.
- Season 2 Episode 1: Montgomery, AL
Percy Julian battles adversity to become a great scientist; Claudette Colvin lays the groundwork for Rosa Parks; Joe Louis fights Max Schmeling.
Drunk History: Season 1 (2013)
- Season 1 Episode 8: Nashville
Lewis and Clark explore the dangerous west; Dolly Parton has to leave the man who made her famous.
- Season 1 Episode 7: Wild West
Fighting goes on until the bitter end at the Alamo; Billy the Kid goes on the run to avoid lawman Pat Garrett.
- Season 1 Episode 6: Detroit
Ralph Nader goes to war with General Motors; Houdini and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle go from best friends to bitter rivals.
- Season 1 Episode 5: San Francisco
Patty Hearst gets kidnapped and brainwashed; Mark Twain flees the city in fear and finds his unlikely first hit story.
- Season 1 Episode 4: Atlanta
John Pemberton invents Coca-Cola from wine and cocaine; the FBI tries to take down Martin Luther King Jr.; Stetson Kennedy infiltrates the Ku Klux Klan.
- Season 1 Episode 3: Chicago
Al Capone gets destroyed by an unlikely enemy; prairie lawyer Abraham Lincoln gets a huge break; the police go to war with protestors during the Haymarket Riot.
- Season 1 Episode 2: Washington, D.C.
Woodward and Bernstein blow open the Watergate scandal; actors/brothers Edwin and John Wilkes Booth engage in a tragic feud; Elvis crashes the White House to meet Nixon.
- Season 1 Episode 1: Boston
Mary Dyer wages war with the Puritan establishment; two cunning thieves pull off a $500 million art heist; the most notorious arsonist in New England history is revealed.
Drunk History: Other Episodes
Carl Sagan and Ann Druyan fall in love; Wernher von Braun becomes the father of American rocket science; Russian cosmonauts perform the first spacewalk.
- Las Vegas
J.T. McWilliams forms a community but is muscled out by William Clark; Bugsy Siegel bets his life on the Flamingo Casino; the Moulin Rouge is the first casino to break the color barrier.
Alexander Graham Bell steals the original design for the telephone from Elisha Gray; Thomas Edison tries to create a movie-making monopoly.
- New Mexico
Popé leads the Pueblo Indians in a revolt; Boy Scouts founder Ernest Thompson Seton tracks a wolf; the truth behind the Roswell UFO conspiracy is revealed.