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WATCH: 3 Great Clips From 'Ozzy and Jack's World Detour'

In honor of Ozzy Osbourne's birthday today (December 3) we thought we'd share some funny clips from Ozzy and his son Jack's History Channel show Ozzy and Jack's World Detour.

The show saw Ozzy, a well-known history enthusiast, and Jack visit historical locations all over the world and take in all of the sights, and more often than not, some sort of humorous incident ensues.  In honor of Ozzy's birthday, we look back at three of our favorite moments from the show.

Visiting the John Lennon Statue in Cuba

Considering Ozzy is such a massive fan of John Lennon, visiting his famous statue in Cuba was a must.

Ozzy and Jack's World Detour: Visiting the John Lennon Statue in Cuba | History

Ozzy and Jack visit Cuba and the John Lennon statue in Havana and discuss the history behind rock and roll in Cuba.


Reliving the Alamo-Incident

Naturally, Ozzy and Jack made their way to the Alamo, but Ozzy had some reservations.

Ozzy & Jack's World Detour: 'Reliving the Alamo-Incident' Sneak Peek | Sundays 10/9c | History

Ozzy raises his concerns about his return to the Alamo, thinking that Texans aren't quite over him urinating on the Alamo. Ozzy and Jack's World Detour Sundays 10/9c only on HISTORY.


Trying On Space Suits

Ozzy and Jack even made there way to NASA headquarters...and Ozzy attempted to record a message to astronauts currently in space.  (Spoiler:  It takes Ozzy more than a few takes.)

Ozzy & Jack's World Detour: 'Space Suit' | Sundays 10/9c | History

Ozzy and Jack suit up as astronauts to travel into space! Ozzy and Jack's World Detour Sundays 10/9c only on HISTORY. Subscribe for more HISTORY: Check out exclusive HISTORY content: Website - Twitter - Facebook - Google+ - In "Ozzy & Jack's World Detour," heavy-metal legend and self-proclaimed history nerd Ozzy Osbourne hits the road with his son, Jack, to tackle a bucket list of iconic and historically significant spots, including Mt.


Erica Banas is a rock/classic rock reporter. The first man she ever loved was Jack Daniels.  True story.