Museum of Human History
Humans don’t make a lot of sense to other humans. For aliens, they’re almost impossible to comprehend—which is why they need a special guide. Comedian Jim Rash stars in this very selective, very American walk through human history.
Explaining the appeal of clowns might be the hardest task yet for our intrepid tour guide.
Humans wearing white sheets while they terrorize and persecute other humans? Aliens just don’t understand. (And why should they?)
Between the Great Wall of China and (proposed) Great Wall of Mexico, humans do seem to love putting up giant barriers.
While over for dinner at Rad’s house, Bloo gets in a heated debate with Rad’s dad about taxes. Or... A hopeless Mzz. Tope copes with booze while Bloo boos Rad’s mad dad’s wack tax “facts.”
The museum guide teaches the kids how humans loved poverty so much that they made a game of it!
Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Yellah teaches her sister about her biggest human hero, Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Is Greem’s dad a serial killer. Her mom doesn’t make the strongest case that he’s not.
Yellah and Rad give a class presentation on the human historical catastrophe known as “Global Warming.”
The children celebrate the ancient human holiday of Halloween by trick-or-treating at a neighbor’s home.
The museum guide teaches the children about human vaccinations and the anal waffles who denounced them.
When the children can’t decide what game to play, they turn to the human tradition of voting.
Greem visits the school counselor because she keeps having nightmares about the most terrifying place in human history: Australia.
The museum guide teaches the children about the most wonderful time of the year...