Drunk History comes to Baltimore.

Drunk History comes to Baltimore. (Courtesy: Facebook. / July 22, 2014)

Back in January, Derek Waters, creator and host of Comedy Central's "Drunk History," was back home (he's originally from Lutherville) to film segments for an episode based on Baltimore, which premieres tonight at 10 p.m. The episode, featuring stories about Edgar Allan Poe's feud with Rufus Griswold (pictured), a foiled plot to assassinate Abraham Lincoln, and Francis Scott Key's writing of the 'Star-Spangled Banner,' had parts filmed at Mother's Grille — an event that turned the Federal Hill bar into borderline chaos.

To celebrate the drunken retelling of Baltimore's historical lore and its own role in the episode, Mother's is hosting a viewing party. Attendees can indulge in $2.50 Miller Lites and $3.50 Angry Orchards and Sam Adams to help get in the spirit of things.