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Ozzy And Jack's World Detour

Bonus: Deak Harp Plays the Blues

Bonus: Deak Harp Plays the Blues


Bonus: Deak Harp Plays the Blues

In Mississippi, the blues capitol of the world, Deak Harp performs guitar and harmonica in the old delta style in this deleted scene from "The Devil Made Me Do It."

He's a heavy metal God...the Blizzard of Oz...the Prince of Darkness... but to Jack Osbourne, he's just Dad. And, during most of Jack's youth, his father Ozzy was always on the road, hard at work as the lead singer of Black Sabbath and his own band. There wasn't much time for family trips. But, now that Ozzy's finding a better work-life balance, and Jack is in a place where he can make the time, father and son are looking to hit the road in a journey that they've always wanted to take. A big history buff and HISTORY viewer, Ozzy never had a chance to visit the many historical places he only saw on TV. A schooled and self-professed history nerd, Jack has put together a bucket list of locations and landmarks that he knows will impress his dad. This fall, Jack will take him on a series of trips that will enlighten both father and son.

Bonus: Deak Harp Plays the Blues
Bonus: FBI Driving
Bonus: Alien Zone
Sir Prince Of Darkness
Ozzy and Jack's bucket lists collide when father and son head to the UK. While both want to visit Stonehenge, the mythic structure of Druid lore, the rest of their itinerary is up for debate.
Upcoming Airings:
  • Monday,25 Dec, 2017 - 18:10
  • Monday,25 Dec, 2017 - 23:40
Father Knows West
On the road to Mt. Rushmore, Ozzy and Jack pan for gold, go inside a Minuteman Nuclear missile site, detour through Deadwood to visit Wild Bill Hickok's grave and get face to face with Crazy Horse.
Upcoming Airings:
  • Tuesday,26 Dec, 2017 - 18:10
  • Tuesday,26 Dec, 2017 - 23:40
Remember The Alamo?
As a history buff, Ozzy never had a chance to visit many historical places. His son, Jack, has put together a bucket list of landmarks and bring him on a series of trips that will enlighten both of them.
Upcoming Airings:
  • Wednesday,27 Dec, 2017 - 18:10
  • Wednesday,27 Dec, 2017 - 23:40
Unidentified Flying Ozzy
Ozzy and Jack pack up a camper and travel to the home of all things UFO - Roswell, New Mexico. On the agenda: the Petroglyphs National Monument, a UFO Museum and the famous Roswell crash site/debris field.
Upcoming Airings:
  • Friday,29 Dec, 2017 - 18:10
  • Friday,29 Dec, 2017 - 23:40
The Last Two Samurai
Since Ozzy has a concert in Japan, father and son set out on a historic Japanese adventure. They go in search of a Samurai Master and also a legendary Tebori tattoo master.
Upcoming Airings:
  • Thursday,28 Dec, 2017 - 18:10
  • Thursday,28 Dec, 2017 - 23:40
Iron Mountain Men
It's Ozzy's birthday and Jack has a big surprise in store for him. Only problem is, Ozzy hates surprises. So, Jack's pulling a lot of strings to put together a perfect trip for the Prince of Darkness.
Cuba Or Busted
For more than 50 years Cuba's been off limits for travelers coming from America. But now the doors are open and Jack & Ozzy are headed there to get a look at some history that's been hidden away.
Misters Osbourne Go To Washington
Ozzy agrees to go Washington, as long as they'll be able to get a tour of the White House. On the itinerary: the FBI Training Facility in Quantico and a park featuring the heads of America's Presidents
Like Forefathers Like Sons
Jack is determined to find out whether any Osbournes were among the first British colonists in America, but Ozzy is obsessed with the idea of that the early settlers resorted to cannibalism.
The Devil Made Me Do It
Ozzy and Jack hit the birthplace of Rock N Roll: Memphis, Tennessee. While Ozzy is excited to see the historic Sun Studios, Jack wants to take his dad on a detour to a more infamous site