Lin-Manuel Miranda is many things: composer, performer, Twitter god, MacArthur Genius Grant recipient, Pulitzer Prize winner, and, most importantly/recently, Very Funny Drunk Person.
The creator of Hamilton is gracing Drunk History with his own inebriated retelling of Alexander Hamilton's life, and it's such a gift, guys. This is surely the salve that will heal us all.
History buffs and those who are lucky enough to have seen Hamilton know that Alexander Hamilton is the first prominent US politician to have had a sex scandal. And he fessed up to it all in what is commonly known as the Reynolds Pamphlet.
Get an exclusive sneak peek of Miranda retelling the story of Alexander Hamilton and the Reynolds Pamphlet below.
The episode stars Alia Shawkat as Alexander Hamilton and Tony Hale as James Monroe.
And, of course, Lin-Manuel Miranda as Enthusiastic Drunk Narrator.
He really does manage to make history relatable.
Like, super relatable.
The full episode airs Tuesday, Nov. 29, at 10:30 p.m. ET/9:30 CT on Comedy Central.