If you're unfamiliar with Comedy Central's new seriesDrunk History, here's a primer: A comedian gets incredibly drunk and tries to explain an important moment in history, while actors try to bring their sloshed lessons to life. There, now you're all caught up.
In this exclusive clip from the San Francisco–centric episode that will air Tuesday at 10 p.m. ET/PT, Natasha Leggero drinks all the wine and attempts to recount the story of heiress/Symbionese Liberation Army abductee Patty Hearst, portrayed by Kristen Wiig. Terry Crews plays a kidnapper in a magnificent fake Afro. Enjoy.
Arriving in select theaters tomorrow, for one night only, is Pearl Jam Twenty, Cameron Crowe's new documentary celebrating two decades of Pearl Jam. Whittled down from more than 1,200 hours of archival footage and newly shot concert video and interviews, PJT tells the story of the band's formation, ascension to stardom, and everything they've been up to since. To preview the film, the folks at Columbia have given Grantland this exclusive video of Pearl Jam performing "Do the Evolution" for the Monkeywrench Radio sessions in Seattle in 1998, shortly after the completion of their Yield album. Enjoy!