- Evan Rachel Wood Lip-synchs The Tale Of 'Frankenstein' In 'Drunk History'
- Evan Rachel Wood: Deborah Sampson
- ‘Drunk History’: Derek Waters on Building from Truth and Being Wowed by Evan Rachel Wood
- DRUNK HISTORY by Andrew J. Salvati
Evan Rachel Wood Lip-synchs The Tale Of 'Frankenstein' In 'Drunk History'
"I think it's the best performance I've ever witnessed in person," the "Drunk History " creator said of his Season 6 star Evan Rachel Wood.and
If you thought Drunk History might run out of stories, think again. To start, tonight's season premiere features an Are You Afraid of the Dark? Titled, appropriately, Are You Afraid of the Drunk? The spoof, which takes up the entire episode, also stars Seth Rogen as Dr. Like, that's just a cliche thing Evan Rachel Wood is the most talented person.
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Incongruity, Immanuel Kant once observed , is an essential element of humor. Laughter is an affectation arising from the sudden transformation of strained expectations into nothing. A bit rough around the edges compared to the polished TV version, the first batch of seven episodes had an experimental, viral video quality to them — absurdist parody, middling production values, scatological humor, and a lot of barfing. But, to me at least, the idea seemed too weird to continue beyond a handful of 4 to 7-minute YouTube clips. I was delighted, therefore, when Comedy Central picked up the series in for an initial eight-episode run.
Evan Rachel Wood: Deborah Sampson
‘Drunk History’: Derek Waters on Building from Truth and Being Wowed by Evan Rachel Wood
DRUNK HISTORY by Andrew J. Salvati