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Drinking Made Easy 

Hosted by Zane Lamprey, with correspondents Steve McKenna and Marc Ryan, the show explores drinks, drinking culture and drinking history across the United States


Zane Lamprey




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Series cast summary:
Zane Lamprey ...  Himself - Host / ... 58 episodes, 2010-2012
Stephen McKenna Stephen McKenna ...  Himself / ... 57 episodes, 2010-2012
Wes DuBois Wes DuBois ...  Pleepleus 24 episodes, 2010-2011
Marc Ryan Marc Ryan ...  Himself - Correspondent / ... 24 episodes, 2010-2011


Hosted by Zane Lamprey, with correspondents Steve McKenna and Marc Ryan, the show explores drinks, drinking culture and drinking history across the United States

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6 October 2010 (USA) See more »

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Inzane Entertainment See more »
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Marc Ryan was in season 1, but did not appear in later seasons because he was in Prison See more »

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Pales in comparison to Three Sheets
14 August 2011 | by krazynutzSee all my reviews

Three Sheets this show is not. In fact, it's sometimes painful to watch sometimes due to how absolutely boring it is. The six six-pack challenge should be the highlight of each half-hour episode but I find myself fast-forwarding to see who wins. I think they've wised up and put it during the credits now. The show completely lacks character of any kind. The only bright side to the show is any carry-over from Three sheets (Pleepleus!) and even those are done halfheartedly. What hurts this show the most is the video editing and Steve McKenna. Compared to Three Sheets, which actually had fun and interesting snippets with "The Professor", the only "fun facts" in the show are pop-up balloons which challenge you to read a bunch of tiny text while trying to pay attention what what Zane and the crew are doing simultaneously - not a great idea since the show also doubles as a drinking game. Three Sheets also had a ton of great humorous sound effects, visual effects, and clever editing which made the whole episode that much more enjoyable and unique. This show has none of that. Like I said - complete lack of character. Now on to Steve McKenna. Remember that old saying that children should be seen and not heard? Steve should be mentioned, and not seen. When Zane would tell a Steve McKenna story in Three Sheets, it was actually funny. There's nothing funny about watching Steve. In fact, watching him down a drink that he's supposed to just taste is funny once - not every single time he's handed a drink. His beard (or mohawk/mustache depending on the episode) is just nasty. Everything he drinks/eats gets caught on it and either drips off or just lingers. He just takes the show a step lower and is completely unnecessary. In the end, my fiancé and I love Three Sheets and we've bought all four seasons on DVD. This show won't even grace our DVR.

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