Last night, Tiffany Haddish delivered a Drunk History performance so good, it proves she was absolutely snubbed this awards season. In her episode, she tells the story of Rose Valland a bad-ss lady who helped keep art ~*alive*~ by recovering priceless works after they were stolen by the Nazis during World War II.
Yeah, yeah. World War II isn’t usually funny, but this time it is. The funniest woman alive (still talking about Haddish, here) begins by telling host Derek Waters that she, too, dabbles in art. She used to make the men she brought home color with her to see if they “stayed in the lines.” If they couldn’t, they weren’t getting any love from Tiff.
This is honestly an A+ method. And before long, she’s nice and drunk. It’s truly delightful.
She makes historical figures do the nae-nae, which like…why not?
And she even has a theory about Tupac and Hitler that I’m positive you’ve never heard before…
Now, do yourself a favor and listen to Dr. Tiffany Haddish, PhD. Drunk History.
I never want to learn history from anyone else ever again. Please replace all high school history teachers with holograms of Tiffany Haddish. Or just give those teachers a drink.
From an audition, to a pilot shoot, to the Laugh Factory for a few jokes, watch Tiffany Haddish take us on a hilarious LA adventure.