In this episode, Zane goes for some pre-drink snacks and discovers that, in Chile, Chilean sea bass is just called sea bass. But that the first of many South American eye-openers. Thirsting for knowledge, he tries a bevy of Chilean wines and beers, hits the streets with a new wingman drinking Pisco, and, by the end of the night, has the lights turned out on him. All this and more, when Zane goes Three Sheets to Chile.
Unfortunately for everyone involved, Zane instantly embraces Brazillian culture right down to the all-too-revealing bathing suits. On this adventure, our host makes a new "friend" (or some may say stalker) at a beach bar, learns all about the many ways to drink Cachaca and discovers a new classification of beer. All this and more, when Zane goes Three Sheets to Rio.
In Portugal, Zane does some exploring of his own. After a visit to the famous Sandeman Winery and a hearty meal of tripe (for which he gets a medal), Zane heads off for some good old-fashioned bar hopping amongst the wild nightlife of Portugal. And the night doesn’t end there. Soon, our illustrious guide finds himself cozying up to a bar where the brandy is cherry and the shots are mysterious. And somehow along the way, he manages to get another medal. All this and more, when Zane goes Three Sheets to Portugal.
In Hong Kong, Zane searches for the power, courage and skill required to survive in the bustling nightlife of the city. During his training, Zane is prescribed booze by a doctor, learns how to fight like a drunken monkey and discovers what angels drink. All this preparation prepares him for his night out in Hong Kong as his meddle is tested when he visits a skyscraper with a bar on every floor. All this and something called fire-cupping, when Zane goes Three Sheets to Hong Kong.
Lavish casinos packed with high-stakes tables, relentless desert sun and numerous open bars dishing out complimentary drinks, Zane’s found his heaven: Las Vegas. During his Vegas vacation, Zane ups the ante playing poker with fellow MOJO man Phil Laak, learns some tips about spotting a good wine from a master sommelier and somehow ends up with a mean-looking shiner. Is Las Vegas strong enough to survive Zane’s jaunt in the desert town they call Sin City? Find out, when Zane goes Three Sheets to Las Vegas.
Although on the southern tip of the Iberian Peninsula, Gibraltar is a British overseas territory. So when sampling the local pubs, Zane is sure put his best foot forward. Or in this case, his best wheel. While on "The Rock", Zane lets it slip that he knows how to ride a unicycle, resulting in him wheeling about town from bar to bar. In between cycling, Zane witnesses some bizarre local customs, meets another 'Ski Patrol," and loses his beloved monkey to the thieving hands of the Gibraltar Barbary Macaques. Will Pleepleus ever find his way home or is he doomed to roam the wild limestone hilltops? Find out, when Zane goes Three Sheets to Gibraltar.
The Rock of Gibraltar sits at the southernmost tip of Europe and rests at the crossroads of the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. And because of the low taxes levied by the government, The Rock boasts an international casino, which offers a terrace restaurant affording diners spectacular views over the Bay of Gibraltar. But that's not say Gib doesn't have an active social scene. Once the sun goes down on the Rock, its many bars begin to fill with people enjoying the start of Gibraltar's nightlife. The hot spots offer up dining and a wide selection of bars with live entertainment which stay open until the wee hours of the morning.
Viking ships, cannons and bars made of ice? No its not the newest fantasy blockbuster, it's the latest episode of Three Sheets. As he explores Denmark, Zane visits the Carlsberg brewery, has a blast with some local sailors and takes a skinny dip in sub-arctic waters. Given the cold temps, Zane attempts to keep his belly warm with many layers and many cocktails. Can Zane keep his body temperature warm enough to find out the secrets of Danish living? Find out, when Zane goes Three Sheets to Denmark.
From Vikings to little mermaids, the Danish are known for more than just breakfast pastry. And considering it's the birthplace of Lager, it's a safe assumption to make that the people of Denmark certainly know how to have a good time. Many bars have a happy hour (usually called "Double Up") a couple of afternoons or evenings a week. "Hygge" is also a key part of the Danish way of life; as it means focusing on forgetting daily problems and enjoying the simple things in life. Young people will meet their friends in one of the many cafés for a cup of coffee or a beer. Rich in history and packed with things to do, it is no wonder recent surveys have deemed as "the happiest place in the world."
Saigon has had its fair share of foreign invaders, but nothing like the Three Sheets invasion! While in the capital city, Zane gets his hands on some fresh beer and goes on a search for a party that is worthy of his score. His journey takes him to a few places on the map and a few off it as well. In between icy mugs, he manages to drink some wine with a dead snake in it and play with a severed chicken head. Will Zane find a party worth breaking out the fresh beer? Find out when Zane goes Three Sheets to Saigon.
With a population of over 5 million people, Saigon is one of the densest urban areas in the world. Unlike other cities in Vietnam, Saigon has a very active nightlife with music halls playing to sold-out local crowds and bars staying open late into the night. All that excitement can get a person quite thirsty, and Saigon can help in that department as well. There are virtually no restrictions limiting when or where you can buy or consume drinks. You gotta love the smell of beer in the morning! Smells like victory.
Bust out the bag pipes and put on your kilts, folks. Zane is in merry old Scotland! Where the hamburgers are deep fried, the men walk around unbifurcated and the scotch is plentiful. From the highlands to the lowlands, Zane uses his Scottish travel as an excuse to finally wear a skirt and to drink copious amounts of the native beverage, Scotch. Will our fearless host have a brave enough heart to tackle many barrels of the national drink without losing his kilt? Find out, when Zane goes Three Sheets to Scotland!
Zane has been known to hover or a drink or two in his time. Never has this been truer than in Barcelona, where the drinking is seemingly non-stop and Zane sports a killer mustache. In a place where bars are open at 8AM, Zane is quite the early bird. He visits some cava caves, invents a new cocktail and gets scolded for drinking sangria through a straw. Will Zane’s mustache give him the added power he needs to tackle such a booze binge? Find out when Zane goes Three Sheets to Barcelona.
Getting drunk is considered taboo in Cognac, France. Considering the name of this show is Three Sheets, Zane certainly has his work cut out for him. As he travels though this beautiful region, Zane immerses himself in the culture to learn why cognac has a sophisticated reputation. From blending, to barrel making, to tasting, Zane tries to hold it together in order to be accepted into an exclusive club where Cognac's elite meet. Can a guy who drinks for a living make it through a trip of imbibing without becoming a drunken monkey? Find out, when Zane tries not to go Three Sheets to Cognac.
The world must be his oyster, because Zane is spending one night in Bangkok! As he embarks on his Thai adventure, Zane suits up in the king's yellow and hits the town with his new buddy Mee. In this episode, he has a close encounter with an elephant, drinks the Thai version of whiskey and almost gets his companion arrested at a kick boxing match. As he learns the bars are temples but the pearls ain't free, will our favorite host get Thai'd up on this Asian adventure? Find out, when Zane goes Three Sheets to Bangkok.
Bangkok is one of Southeast Asia's largest and most vibrant cities. It contains the majority of Thailand's wealth and is ten times bigger than the country's next biggest city. From crowds of people and its famous traffic congestion, to its exciting and fabulous nightlife, there is never a shortage of things to do. And although some bars close at 1am, informal sidewalk bars do stay open all night. Called the gateway to Asia, Bangkok is one town that is just humming with nightlife.
During this most recent trip to South America, Zane "cowboys up" for his travels to Argentina, which offers numerous opportunities to enjoy sunny beaches and the possibility to watch a wide variety of native wildlife. None of which is important to Zane, as he is there for the booze. During his time as a Gaucho, Zane samples the local cuisine, learns that biking and drinking do not mix and rides off into the sunset on a horse named Steve (no lie). From the beautiful European inspired plazas in Buenos Aries to the beautiful wine country of Mendoza, no stone is left unturned and no drink is left undrunk. Will Zane be able to cure his hangover with mass quantities of grilled beef? Find out, when he goes Three Sheets to Argentina.
As Zane winds down the third season of Three Sheets, there is no better place for him to end his travels then in the historic city of Moscow. Around for untold centuries, Moscow is littered with bars, nightclubs and the people who enjoy them. But Zane is more of the "off the beaten path" kinda guy. While in the capitol city, Zane searches for Russian moonshine, does some stuff that could land him in a Russian prison and drunk-dials his mom. And remember, he gets paid to do this. Will Zane find the mystery drink he is searching for before the cops find him? Find out, when Zane goes Three Sheets to Moscow.
As you might expect in a city of over 12 million people Moscow has a stunning variety of nightlife options and a scene for just about anyone. In fact it's difficult to generalize about the nightlife scene, simply because of its diversity. Of course Moscow being the city of sin that it is, there are some great places to hang out that are on the map, and some that are decidedly off the map. Wherever you are headed in Moscow though, you are virtually guaranteed a good time.