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Drunk History: Watch Romesh Ranganathan discuss curry with Hitler

23 January 2015 12:41 PM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Comedy Central's Drunk History has released behind-the-scenes clips featuring Romesh Ranganathan.

Ranganathan - who narrates the next episode of the series, along with Joe Lycett - reveals his worst ever drunk moment and admits that he would have liked to get tipsy and go for a curry with Hitler.

(Warning: the clip below contains some strong language)

Ranganathan admits to 'pissing himself' in front of his father in law, saying: "It worked out alright. I'm still married so I don't see how that worked out badly."

The series has been developed from the Us web show produced by Anchorman's Will Ferrell and Adam McKay, and features comedians describing a historical story after having a few pints.

(Warning: the clip below contains some strong language)

The UK TV series is narrated by Jimmy Carr and also has actors perform the story as the drunk comedians describe it.

Previous accounts »

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Drunk History: Watch Joe Lycett and Romesh Ranganathan in new clips

22 January 2015 1:28 PM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

The latest clips from the next episode of Comedy Central's Drunk History have been released.

This week sees Joe Lycett telling the tale of Dick Turpin and Romesh Ranganathan recounting Tutankhamun's story.

The series has been developed from the Us web show produced by Anchorman's Will Ferrell and Adam McKay, and features comedians describing a historical story after having a few pints.

The UK TV series is narrated by Jimmy Carr and also has actors perform the story as the drunk comedians describe it.

Previous accounts have included Andrew Maxwell on Scottish grave diggers Burke and Hare and Rob Beckett telling the tale of how Henry VIII met his fourth wife Anne of Cleves.

Drunk History continues on Monday, January 26 at 9.30pm on Comedy Central. »

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Watch Andrew Maxwell slur his way through Drunk History episode 2

15 January 2015 11:37 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Comedy Central has released teaser clips for Drunk History's upcoming second episode.

The series is based on the Us web show produced by Anchorman's Will Ferrell and Adam McKay, and features comedians getting merry on a pint or two before describing a historical story about which they feel passionate.

The UK series, narrated by Jimmy Carr, has actors perform the story as the drunk comedians describe it.

This week is the turn of Andrew Maxwell telling the tale of Scottish grave diggers Burke and Hare.

Rob Beckett last week recounted the story of how Henry VIII met his fourth wife Anne of Cleves.

Drunk History continues on Mondays at 10pm on Comedy Central. »

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