In his mockumentary, DOM JOLY'S HAPPY HOUR, the British comedian (and booze connoisseur) tours some of the world's favourite watering holes in search of foreign drinking habits. Whether he's in the Appalachian Mountains sampling moonshine with some hillbillies, or knocking back 80% proof homemade vodka in Russia, Joly manages to take in some of the local customs... as well as copious amounts of alcohol!
What do you get when you send Trigger Happy TV's Dom Joly around the world to "investigate cultural attitudes towards alcohol?" The answer is one of the most original, funny and, in places, downright weird, travel series ever made.
Joly, accompanied by his best friend Pete drinks moonshine with "hillybillies" in America, blacks out on homemade Vodka in Russia, tries Peyote in Mexico, bathes in beer in Germany, bates hippies in Goa and just manages not to get killed in the Australian Outback.
This is a travel series like no other. Take one anarchic comedian and his curiously posh friend. Add a copious amount of alcohol, a dash of surrealism and a hint of maeness. Shake and stir the whole thing up until everyone's all over the place. Then watch immediately with plenty to drink yourself.
* Visiting the shop where people pray they get cancer in the USA
* Natasha and the ceramic **** in Russia
* Helsinki - Mayday Festival
* Swearing competition with a German
* Pete getting arrested in Mexico
* Hippy baiting in Goa
* Paintballing in Russia