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Remeber Disco Demolition Night at Comiskey Park? Drunk Bob Odenkirk Will Remind You

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Back in the 70s, there was a terrible and extremely contagious disease going around known as … disco fever. At the time, it was thought that once you caught … disco fever … you’d never be the same again.


Fortunately, with the help of the Chicago White Sox, one Chicagoland DJ (Steve Dahl) took matters into his own hands and tried to end the pandemic for good … with a box full of explosives, a Vietnam veteran, and the time between a day-night double header at Comiskey Park.

The result, of course, is a beautiful disaster.

Now learn all about it from a drunk (and Chicago native) Bob Odenkirk, as he retells the story with the help of Collin Hanks (Steve Dahl), Patton Oswalt (Vietnam vet), and Harry Carry as himself (not really) on Comedy Central’s Drunk History. You will not be disappointed.

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Michael Cerami

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