Season 1, Episode 8 September 18, 2016 Season 1, Episode 8 September 18, 2016 Ozzy and Jack go to Washington, D. From a Cold War era Missile Silo to Bletchley Park; from gold miner Rattlesnake Randy's stream of dreams to vintage tank collector Allan Cors' private museum of working war machines, Ozzy and Jack get their eyes and hands on history. Rushmore, where Jack wants a helicopter view, but Ozzy's against it. In this new 10-episode hour-long non-scripted series, the self-proclaimed history nerds hit the road in a father-son journey they've waited years to take. There will be no roadies, no tour buses and no boundaries.
Just a bucket list of iconic and historically significant spots that includes Mt. Also, Jack arranges for a well known psychic to visit with Ozzy, and get rid of any bad luck before Ozzy takes the stage at a gigantic music festival! And finally, the boys partake in a classic bayou tradition--a good ol' family crawfish boil! Along the way, they pan for gold, visit a Minuteman nuclear-missile site, pay their respects at the Deadwood grave of Wild Bill Hickok, and go face to face with Crazy Horse. Unfortunately, Ozzy's holed himself up in his hotel room, and won't come out until the tour starts. . Never ones to shy away from the eerie, Jack and Ozzy pay a visit to a French Quarter landmark and one of the most haunted houses in America. Undeterred, Jack and Kelly decide to bring the fun to Ozzy! In New Orleans, they take a trip down memory lane with an old family friend from Ozzy's early touring days.
Season 1, Episode 2 July 31, 2016 Season 1, Episode 2 July 31, 2016 In Texas, the guys visit the Alamo, the scene of an infamous 1982 rock-and-roll event in which Ozzy was allegedly involved. They explore the state of New Mexico, sampling chili milkshakes, chainsaw sculpting, and learning to make pistachios. Plus, a gift from a legendary instrument maker gets Ozzy's musical juices flowing. Season 1, Episode 9 September 25, 2016 Season 1, Episode 9 September 25, 2016 The guys' itinerary in Cuba includes checking out the many 1950s American automobiles, Cold War weaponry, Ernest Hemingway's house and the presidential palace. Meanwhile, Ozzy is convinced that the first settlers were cannibals. They also visit the famed Fountain of Youth, to retrieve some magical water for Ozzy before his tour.
Rushmore, Stonehenge, The Alamo, Roswell, The Jamestown Settlement and Sun Studios and a hit list of some fascinating sights and people that they've read about. Season 1, Episode 1 July 24, 2016 Season 1, Episode 1 July 24, 2016 A reality series featuring rocker Ozzy Osbourne and his son, Jack, traveling to noted tourist attractions begins with a visit to historic Jamestown, Va. They visit a chocolate sculptor, who's made an amazing chocolate bust of Ozzy that they bring back for Ozzy to admire… and eat? Season 1, Episode 3 August 7, 2016 Season 1, Episode 3 August 7, 2016 The guys head to Mt. Season 1, Episode 10 October 2, 2016 Season 1, Episode 10 October 2, 2016 In the Season 1 finale, the guys rock on down to Memphis for a stop at historic Sun Studios, and Jack takes Ozzy to an infamous locale where it's been rumored the devil struck a deal that changed the course of music history. Kelly hates dealing with all the guy humor that Ozzy and Jack deal out, but figures out a way to make a profit from it.
The hook of the series is that the wild and crazy Osbournes are not the kind of guys you'd expect to take an educational road trip, and their adventures take them to both history-themed tourist attractions such as Mount Rushmore and low-key attractions like the home of a guy who collects tanks. Jack, however, is set on bringing home a special slice of Cuba in his luggage, and he wants Ozzy to help. This reality series follows former rock star Ozzy Osbourne and his son Jack as they visit historic locations around the United States and elsewhere. Also, they meet a local who calls himself Little Ozzy and pay homage at the residence where the Beatles partied after their first concert in America. . .
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