List of Epic Rap Battles of History episodes
Epic Rap Battles of History is a YouTube series created by Peter "Nice Peter" Shukoff and Lloyd "EpicLLOYD" Ahlquist. The first episode of the series "John Lennon vs. Bill O'Reilly" was released on September 26, 2010. All Season 1 episodes were uploaded to Shukoff's personal YouTube channel, Nice Peter. Following the show's popularity and success, Ahlquist and Shukoff partnered with Maker Studios, and created two channels devoted to the series. ERB hosts the finished episodes, and ERB2 features behind-the-scenes footage.
As of March 2017, it is the 34th most subscribed channel on YouTube with over 14.2 million subscribers and over 3.3 billion total views. As of July 13, 2019, a total of 75 episodes have been released.
|First aired||Last aired|
|1||15||September 26, 2010||November 16, 2011|
|2||18||December 8, 2011||April 22, 2013|
|3||12||October 7, 2013||July 14, 2014|
|4||12||November 10, 2014||August 3, 2015|
|Bonus Battle||December 16, 2015|
|5||12||May 2, 2016||January 9, 2017|
|Bonus Battle||December 7, 2018|
|6||TBA||April 20, 2019||TBA|
|Flash in the Pan||December 16, 2018|
Capitalization and punctuation irregularities in titles as posted to YouTube have been normalized in the following lists.
Season 1 (2010–2011)Edit
All first season videos were uploaded onto Shukoff's channel, Nice Peter.
|Title||Running time||Original airdate||Link|
|1||1||"John Lennon vs. Bill O'Reilly"||1:37||September 26, 2010||Link|
|Former Beatle and liberal activist John Lennon (Nice Peter), battles against conservative FOX News reporter Bill O'Reilly (EpicLLOYD).|
|2||2||"Darth Vader vs. Hitler"||1:41||November 10, 2010||Link|
Star Wars antagonist Darth Vader (Nice Peter) battles against dictator and Nazi Party leader Adolf Hitler (EpicLLOYD). The battle ends with Hitler imprisoned in carbonite by Darth Vader (a reference to Han Solo's imprisonment in The Empire Strikes Back). Cameo appearances: Morgan Christensen as a Stormtrooper from Star Wars.
|3||3||"Abe Lincoln vs. Chuck Norris"||2:08||December 8, 2010||Link|
|The 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln (Nice Peter), battles against actor and martial artist Chuck Norris (EpicLLOYD).|
|4||4||"Sarah Palin vs. Lady Gaga"||2:26||January 12, 2011||Link|
|presidential nominee and Palin's running mate John McCain.|
|5||5||"Hulk Hogan and Macho Man vs. Kim Jong-il"||2:39||February 2, 2011||Link|
|Wrestler Hulk Hogan (Nice Peter) battles against Supreme Leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-il (Tim DeLaGhetto). At one point, Jong-il shoots Hogan with a rocket-propelled grenade, preventing him from continuing. So his partner of the Mega Powers, "Macho Man" Randy Savage (EpicLLOYD) tags in.|
|6||6||"Justin Bieber vs. Beethoven"||2:29||March 2, 2011||Link|
|Johann Sebastian Bach.|
|7||7||"Einstein vs. Stephen Hawking"||2:36||March 30, 2011||Link|
|8||8||"Genghis Khan vs. Easter Bunny"||1:57||April 20, 2011||Link|
|Jesus Christ, Dante Cimadamore as Jesus Quintana from The Big Lebowski, a randomly selected man named Kurt as 'A Man Named Jesus', and Jon Na as Genghis Khan's descendants.|
|9||9||"Napoleon vs. Napoleon"||2:19||May 18, 2011||Link|
|French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte (EpicLLOYD) battles against Napoleon Dynamite (Nice Peter), the main character from the 2004 film of the same name.|
|10||10||"Billy Mays vs. Ben Franklin"||2:31||June 23, 2011||Link|
United States Founding Father and inventor Benjamin Franklin (EpicLLOYD), battles against TV salesman Billy Mays (Colin J. Sweeney). During the battle, Mays suffers a fatal heart attack (a reference to his real-life death, and is replaced by fellow TV salesman Vince Offer (Nice Peter).Cameo appearances: Pat McIntyre as fellow United States Founding Father and first President, George Washington.
|11||11||"Gandalf vs. Dumbledore"||2:10||July 14, 2011||Link|
The almighty wizard from The Lord of the Rings series, Gandalf (EpicLLOYD) battles against fellow wizard Albus Dumbledore (Nice Peter) from the Harry Potter series. Partway through the battle, Gandalf is reverted from Gandalf the White to Gandalf the Grey by Dumbledore.Cameo appearances: Pat McIntyre as Harry Potter character Gilderoy Lockhart.
|12||12||"Dr. Seuss vs. Shakespeare"||2:51||August 17, 2011||Link|
|Children's book writer Dr. Seuss (Mickey Meyer) battles against English playwright William Shakespeare (George Watsky). In reference to the fact he had throat cancer in real life, Dr. Seuss does not rap himself; instead, he summons his characters The Cat in the Hat (Nice Peter) and Thing One and Thing Two (EpicLLOYD) to participate in the battle for him.|
|13||13||"Mr. T vs. Mr. Rogers"||2:11||September 14, 2011||Link|
|Mr. McFeely from Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, as well as John "Hannibal" Smith, H. M. Murdock and Templeton "Faceman" Peck from Mr. T's show The A-Team.|
|14||14||"Columbus vs. Captain Kirk"||2:28||October 10, 2011||Link|
|Spock and Hikaru Sulu, respectively, and Mary Gutfleisch as a 'Hot Alien' who is beaten up by Kirk.|
|15||15||"The Final Battle: Nice Peter vs. EpicLLOYD"||2:50||November 18, 2011||Link|
The creators of Epic Rap Battles of History, Nice Peter and EpicLLOYD, battle against each other as fictionalized versions of themselves. The battle ends with KassemG intervening to resolve the conflict and suggest to Nice Peter and EpicLLOYD to make a second season and also to create an own YouTube channel for the series. The video ends with an announcement of season 2.Cameo appearances: Nice Peter and EpicLLOYD appear as various characters they have played throughout season 1.
Season 2 (2011–2013)Edit
From the second season onwards, the battles were moved to their own YouTube channel, ERB.
|Title||Running time||Original airdate||Link|
|16||1||"Hitler vs. Vader 2"||2:42||December 8, 2011||Link|
Darth Vader (Nice Peter) thaws out Adolf Hitler (EpicLLOYD) at Jabba the Hutt's palace after freezing him in carbonite in season 1, before challenging him to a rematch. The battle ends with Hitler being dropped into the Rancor pit.Cameo appearances: Nice Peter as Stephen Hawking, Morgan Cristensen as a Stormtrooper from Star Wars, and Verona Blue as Boushh the Bounty Hunter, in which Darth Vader disguises as.
|17||2||"Master Chief vs. Leonidas"||2:12||January 31, 2012||Link|
Halo Spartan-II protagonist Master Chief (Nice Peter) battles against Spartan King and protagonist of the 2007 historical action film 300, Leonidas I (portrayed by Jesse Wellens, voiced by EpicLLOYD).Cameo appearances: Jeana as Leonidas' wife Gorgo, EpicLLOYD as Leonidas' son Pleistarchus (credited as Six Year Old Son), and Gabe Michael and Dante Cimadamore as Spartans.
|18||3||"Mario Bros. vs. Wright Bros."||1:46||February 16, 2012||Link|
|Super Mario character Princess Peach.|
|19||4||"Michael Jackson vs. Elvis Presley"||2:17||April 2, 2012||Link|
|The Jackson Five and The Facts of Life character Tootie Ramsey.|
|20||5||"Cleopatra vs. Marilyn Monroe"||1:46||May 7, 2012||Link|
|KassemG as himself, EpicLLOYD as actor Marlon Brando, and Nice Peter as 35th President of the United States, John F. Kennedy.|
|21||6||"Steve Jobs vs. Bill Gates"||2:48||June 14, 2012||Link|
|The Chairman of Microsoft, Bill Gates (EpicLLOYD), battles against the CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs (Nice Peter). Midway in the battle, Steve Jobs leaves to "turn heaven a profit" (a reference to his real-life death). HAL 9000 from 2001: A Space Odyssey (voiced by Nice Peter; representing artificial intelligence as a whole) joins the battle, challenging Bill Gates as a third party.|
|22||7||"Frank Sinatra vs. Freddie Mercury"||2:12||October 1, 2012||Link|
|Tay Zonday as fellow traditional pop singer Sammy Davis, Jr..|
|23||8||"Barack Obama vs. Mitt Romney"||3:30||October 15, 2012||Link|
|The candidates for the 2012 United States presidential election face off in a rap battle. Republican candidate Mitt Romney (EpicLLOYD) battles against Democratic candidate and 44th President of the United States, Barack Obama (Iman Crosson). In the final verse, the 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln (Nice Peter), returns from season 1 to criticize both candidates.|
|24||9||"Doc Brown vs. Doctor Who"||2:23||October 29, 2012||Link|
Back to the Future character Dr. Emmett Brown (Zach Sherwin) battles against Doctor Who protagonist The Doctor (Nice Peter as the Tenth Doctor). Halfway through the battle, The Tenth Doctor is shot by a Dalek controlled by Brown, forcing him to regenerate into the Fourth Doctor. (George Watsky) for his second verse.Cameo appearances: EpicLLOYD as Back to the Future protagonist Marty McFly, and Dante Cimadamore as a Dalek from Doctor Who.
|25||10||"Bruce Lee vs. Clint Eastwood"||1:50||November 12, 2012||Link|
|Bruce Lee's stunt double.|
|26||11||"Batman vs. Sherlock Holmes"||2:49||November 27, 2012||Link|
|Fictional detective Sherlock Holmes (Zach Sherwin), battles against comic book hero Batman (Nice Peter). The characters' respective sidekicks, Dr. Watson (Kyle Mooney) and Robin (EpicLLOYD), also participate in the battle.|
|27||12||"Moses vs. Santa Claus"||2:20||December 10, 2012||Link|
Jewish prophet Moses (Snoop Dogg) battles against the modern personification of Christmas, Santa Claus (Nice Peter). Three Christmas elves (EpicLLOYD) join Santa Claus during his second verse.Cameo appearances: Elena Diaz and Monica Weitzel as Moses' Honeys.
|28||13||"Adam vs. Eve"||2:04||February 11, 2013||Link|
|29||14||"Gandhi vs. Martin Luther King Jr."||1:39||February 25, 2013||Link|
|30||15||"Nikola Tesla vs. Thomas Edison"||2:04||March 11, 2013||Link|
|American inventor Thomas Edison (EpicLLOYD) battles against Serbian electrical engineer Nikola Tesla (portrayed by Dante Cimadamore; voiced by Cimadamore and Nice Peter).|
|31||16||"Babe Ruth vs. Lance Armstrong"||2:07||March 25, 2013||Link|
|New York Yankees baseball player Babe Ruth (EpicLLOYD) battles against former road racing cyclist Lance Armstrong (Nice Peter).|
|32||17||"Mozart vs. Skrillex"||2:09||April 8, 2013||Link|
|18th century classical composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Nice Peter) battles against dubstep musician Skrillex (EpicLLOYD).|
|33||18||"Rasputin vs. Stalin"||3:38||April 22, 2013||Link|
Russian mystic Grigori Rasputin (Nice Peter) battles against Soviet Union dictator Joseph Stalin (EpicLLOYD). Communist leader Vladimir Lenin (Nice Peter), Soviet statesman Mikhail Gorbachev (EpicLLOYD), and current Russian president Vladimir Putin (Nice Peter) also participate in the battle.Cameo appearances: Felix "PewDiePie" Kjellberg as Russian ballet dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov.
Season 3 (2013–2014)Edit
|Title||Running time||Original airdate||Link|
|34||1||"Hitler vs. Vader 3"||2:38||October 7, 2013||Link|
Adolf Hitler (EpicLLOYD) escapes from the Rancor pit and challenges Darth Vader (Nice Peter) for a final rematch. At one point during the battle, Star Wars character Boba Fett (voiced by Ray William Johnson, portrayed by Atul Singh and Brian Neunhoffer) joins in for Darth Vader, but is shot by Hitler. The battle ends with Hitler getting sliced in half by Darth Vader's lightsaber.Cameo appearances: KassemG and Morgan Christensen as Star Wars characters Lando Calrissian and Stormtroopers, respectively. Characters from past episodes, including Abraham Lincoln (Nice Peter), Stephen Hawking (Nice Peter), "Macho Man" Randy Savage (EpicLLOYD), the Fourth Doctor (George Watsky), and Leonidas (Jesse Wellens), also reappear.
|35||2||"Blackbeard vs. Al Capone"||2:39||October 21, 2013||Link|
|Edward Kenway; Bryce Wissel, Shaun Lewin and Donnie Davis as pirates; Shaun Lewin, Yev Belilovskiy and Dante Cimadamore as gangsters.|
|36||3||"Miley Cyrus vs. Joan of Arc"||2:25||November 4, 2013||Link|
|Hannah Montana characters Miley Stewart and Lilly Truscott, respectively.|
|37||4||"Bob Ross vs. Pablo Picasso"||2:06||November 18, 2013||Link|
|Lump. Characters from past episodes, including Billy Mays (Collin J. Sweeney), Mr. Rogers (Nice Peter), and the Fourth Doctor (George Watsky), reappear.|
|38||5||"Michael Jordan vs. Muhammad Ali"||2:36||December 3, 2013||Link|
|Former boxing champion Muhammad Ali (Jordan Peele) battles against former NBA basketball star Michael Jordan (Keegan-Michael Key).|
|39||6||"Donald Trump vs. Ebenezer Scrooge"||3:26||December 19, 2013||Link|
Business magnate Donald Trump (Nice Peter) battles against Ebenezer Scrooge (Zach Sherwin), the main character of Charles Dickens' novel A Christmas Carol, in which the battle's story is based around. Trump begins the battle with a single verse, filling in the role of Jacob Marley. The three Ghosts of Christmas then arrive to rap against Scrooge - first the Ghost of Christmas Past (in the form of banker J. P. Morgan portrayed by EpicLLOYD), the Ghost of Christmas Present (in the form of rapper Kanye West portrayed by DeStorm Power), and the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come (portrayed by Nice Peter). This ultimately leads Scrooge to develop holiday spirit.
Note: This battle portrays Trump as a businessman and television personality, nearly three years before he would assume his position as the 45th President of the United States.Cameo appearances: Kai and Naya Berman as Ignorance and Want (credited as Children Ghosts) from A Christmas Carol.
|40||7||"Rick Grimes vs. Walter White"||2:17||May 5, 2014||Link|
|41||8||"Goku vs. Superman"||1:48||May 19, 2014||Link|
|Jimmy Olsen and Dragon Ball character Krillin.|
|42||9||"Stephen King vs. Edgar Allan Poe"||2:27||June 2, 2014||Link|
|19th century poet and horror author Edgar Allan Poe (George Watsky) battles against best-selling horror author Stephen King (Zach Sherwin).|
|43||10||"Sir Isaac Newton vs. Bill Nye"||2:47||June 16, 2014||Link|
American scientist and television host Bill Nye (Nice Peter) battles against English physicist Sir Isaac Newton ("Weird Al" Yankovic). American astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson (Chali 2na) steps in and battles in Nye's place.Cameo appearances: EpicLLOYD as astrophysicist Carl Sagan, who previously appeared in season 1.
|44||11||"George Washington vs. William Wallace"||2:32||June 30, 2014||Link|
|Americans; Reynaldo Garnica, Seth Brown, and Joey Greer as Scotsmen.|
|45||12||"Artists vs. TMNT"||2:14||July 14, 2014||Link|
Renaissance artists Leonardo da Vinci (Link Neal), Donatello di Betto Bardi (Rhett McLaughlin), Michelangelo Buonarroti (Ian Hecox), and Raphael Sanzio (Anthony Padilla) battle against their namesake Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles protagonists Leonardo, Donatello, Michelangelo, and Raphael (voiced by Nice Peter and EpicLLOYD, all portrayed by EpicLLOYD).Cameo appearances: Xin Wuku as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' stunt doubles.
Season 4 (2014–2015)Edit
|Title||Running time||Original airdate||Link|
|46||1||"Ghostbusters vs. Mythbusters"||2:27||November 10, 2014||Link|
MythBusters hosts Jamie Hyneman (Nice Peter) and Adam Savage (EpicLLOYD) battle against Ghostbusters characters Peter Venkman (Chris Gorbos), Ray Stantz (Mark Douglas), Egon Spengler (Zach Sherwin), and Winston Zeddemore (Walter Downing). The former MythBusters "Build Team", consisting of Tory Belleci (Chris Alvarado), Kari Byron (Mary Gutfleisch), and Grant Imahara (KRNFX), join the battle to back up Hyneman and Savage. The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man (voiced by EpicLLOYD, portrayed by Taylor Cu) from Ghostbusters also joins the battle to face both teams as a third party.Cameo appearances: Brooke "Dodger" Leigh Lawson as Ghostbusters character Janine Melnitz.
|47||2||"Romeo and Juliet vs. Bonnie and Clyde"||3:06||November 17, 2014||Link|
|The title characters of William Shakespeare's tragedy Romeo and Juliet, Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet (Nice Peter and Grace Helbig), battle against American outlaws Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow (Hannah Hart and EpicLLOYD). The battle ends with Romeo and Juliet both committing suicide while Bonnie and Clyde, both left confused getting shot in a barrage of gunfire.|
|48||3||"Zeus vs. Thor"||3:01||November 24, 2014||Link|
|stop motion animation with Lego minifigures by Forrest Whaley, Sean Willets and Zach Macias.|
|49||4||"Jack the Ripper vs. Hannibal Lecter"||3:05||December 1, 2014||Link|
|Hannibal Lecter character Barney Matthews.|
|50||5||"Oprah vs. Ellen"||2:48||December 8, 2014||Link|
|Stedman Graham and EpicLLOYD as television host Dr. Phil McGraw.|
|51||6||"Steven Spielberg vs. Alfred Hitchcock"||3:59||December 15, 2014||Link|
|Film director Steven Spielberg (Nice Peter) battles against fellow film director Alfred Hitchcock (EpicLLOYD). The two are later joined by other fellow film directors Quentin Tarantino (Wax), Stanley Kubrick (Ruggles Outbound), and Michael Bay (Nice Peter).|
|52||7||"Lewis and Clark vs. Bill and Ted"||2:53||May 25, 2015||Link|
American explorers Meriwether Lewis (Link Neal) and William Clark (Rhett McLaughlin) battle against the protagonists of the Bill & Ted film series, Bill S. Preston and Ted Logan (EpicLLOYD and Nice Peter).Cameo appearances: Michelle Maloney as the Lewis and Clark Expedition's Lemhi Shoshone guide Sacagawea, Sam Macaroni as Bill & Ted character Rufus, and Mike Betette as a bear. 19th-century American gunfighter Billy the Kid (Nice Peter; reused footage of the Mustached Cowboy cameos from Season 2) and Greek philosopher Socrates (EpicLLOYD) make brief cameos, while several figures from past episodes, including Napoleon Bonaparte (EpicLLOYD), Ludwig van Beethoven (Nice Peter), Genghis Khan (EpicLLOYD), Abraham Lincoln (Nice Peter), and Joan of Arc (Jessi Smiles), reappear.
|53||8||"David Copperfield vs. Harry Houdini"||2:20||June 8, 2015||Link|
Note: Tony Clark served as the consultant for the magic tricks and illusions performed in the video.Cameo appearances: Dante Cimadamore as American magician and illusionist Criss Angel, Josie Ahlquist as Houdini's wife Bess Houdini, Lauren Francesca as Copperfield's wife Chloe Gosselin (credited as Copperfield's Assistant), and Tony Clark as a police officer.
|54||9||"Terminator vs. RoboCop"||3:08||June 22, 2015||Link|
|Arnold Schwarzenegger appears at the end of the battle lip-syncing the outro.|
|55||10||"Eastern Philosophers vs. Western Philosophers"||4:19||July 6, 2015||Link|
|Chinese philosophers Confucius (MC Jin), Sun Tzu (Timothy DeLaGhetto), and Lao Tzu (KRNFX) battle against Greek philosopher Socrates (EpicLLOYD), German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche (Nice Peter), and French philosopher Voltaire (Zach Sherwin). The battle ends with members of both teams turning on each other.|
|56||11||"Shaka Zulu vs. Julius Caesar"||2:17||July 20, 2015||Link|
|57||12||"Jim Henson vs. Stan Lee"||5:32||August 3, 2015||Link|
Marvel Comics writer and CEO Stan Lee (EpicLLOYD) battles against The Muppets creator Jim Henson (Nice Peter). Henson's most famous creation Kermit the Frog (voiced by Nice Peter) performed the first verse with him, Henson later puts him away. Just when Lee and Henson are about to reconcile, entertainment mogul Walt Disney (Zach Sherwin), whose company bought both Marvel Comics and the Muppets franchise, joins the battle at the end.Cameo appearances: Mary Gutfleisch as Disney animators.
Bonus Battle (2015)Edit
|Title||Running time||Original airdate||Link|
|58||"Deadpool vs. Boba Fett"||2:47||December 16, 2015||Link|
Season 5 (2016–2017)Edit
|Title||Running time||Original airdate||Link|
|59||1||"J. R. R. Tolkien vs. George R. R. Martin"||2:48||May 2, 2016||Link|
British writer and The Lord of the Rings author J. R. R. Tolkien (Nice Peter) battles against American novelist George R. R. Martin (EpicLLOYD), author of A Song of Ice and Fire (which is adapted into HBO's television series Game of Thrones).Cameo appearances: Rudy Fermin, Ricky Mammone, and Ceciley Jenkins as A Song of Ice and Fire/Game of Thrones characters Jon Snow, Hodor, and Daenerys Targaryen (credited as Khaleesi), respectively. Joey Greer as a human warrior and orc. Sulai Lopez and Shaun Lewin as elves. Dante Cimadamore as rock band Led Zeppelin (John Bonham, John Paul Jones, and Jimmy Page). EpicLLOYD as The Goonies character Mikey Walsh.
|60||2||"Gordon Ramsay vs. Julia Child"||3:16||May 18, 2016||Link|
|Hell's Kitchen. A dog named Pebbles also made a brief appearance in the video.|
|61||3||"Frederick Douglass vs. Thomas Jefferson"||3:22||May 30, 2016||Link|
|Marilyn Monroe (Kimmy Gatewood), Babe Ruth (EpicLLOYD), Benjamin Franklin (EpicLLOYD), Barack Obama (Iman Crosson), Thomas Edison (EpicLLOYD), Clint Eastwood (EpicLLOYD), Elvis Presley (EpicLLOYD), and Hulk Hogan (Nice Peter), reappear.|
|62||4||"James Bond vs. Austin Powers"||4:03||June 14, 2016||Link|
Fictional MI6 agent James Bond (Ben Atha as Daniel Craig) battles against fictional spy Austin Powers (Nice Peter). The original James Bond (EpicLLOYD as Sean Connery) interjects and faces off against the two.Cameo appearances: Samantha Kellie, Sulai Lopez and Dante Cimadamore as Ming Tea (credited as Go Go Dancers).
|63||5||"Bruce Banner vs. Bruce Jenner"||3:35||June 29, 2016||Link|
|Comic book superhero and scientist, Bruce Banner (EpicLLOYD), battles against former Olympic champion, Bruce Jenner (Nice Peter). Partway through the battle, they transform into The Hulk (Mike O'Hearn) and Caitlyn Jenner (Jolie "NoShame" Drake), respectively.|
|64||6||"Alexander the Great vs. Ivan the Terrible"||4:29||July 12, 2016||Link|
Tsar Ivan the Terrible of Russia (Nice Peter) battles against King Alexander the Great of Macedon (Zach Sherwin). Alexander dies after being poisoned by a drink given by Ivan. King Frederick the Great of Prussia (EpicLLOYD) appears and continues the battle. Ivan attempts to decapitate him with a garrote wire, but Frederick has already died silently in his armchair. Roman general Pompey the Great (Mike Betette) attempts to take up the battle, but is abruptly beheaded by Empress Catherine the Great of Russia (Meghan Tonjes), who then finishes the battle.Cameo appearances: Illjaz Jusufi and Burim Jusufi as Catherine the Great's backup dancers. Characters from the season 2 finale, Mikhail Baryshnikov (PewDiePie), Grigori Rasputin (Nice Peter), Vladimir Lenin (Nice Peter), Mikhail Gorbachev (EpicLLOYD), Vladimir Putin (Nice Peter), and Joseph Stalin (EpicLLOYD), reappear.
|65||7||"Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton"||4:34||October 26, 2016||Link|
The candidates for the 2016 United States presidential election face off in a rap battle. Republican candidate Donald Trump (EpicLLOYD) battles against Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton (Kimmy Gatewood). In the final verse, the 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln (Nice Peter), returns once again from season 1 to criticize both running candidates.Cameo appearances: Josh Best as a United States Secret Service agent.
|66||8||"Ash Ketchum vs. Charles Darwin"||2:24||November 14, 2016||Link|
|Evil Dead protagonist Ash Williams. Mary Gutfleisch and Dante Cimadamore as Pokémon characters Jessie and James (Team Rocket).|
|67||9||"Wonder Woman vs. Stevie Wonder"||2:33||November 28, 2016||Link|
|Batman, who previously appeared in season 2.|
|68||10||"Tony Hawk vs. Wayne Gretzky"||2:50||December 12, 2016||Link|
|69||11||"Theodore Roosevelt vs. Winston Churchill"||3:09||December 26, 2016||Link|
|Mount Rushmore (George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln). Javi Sánchez-Blanco as assassin John Schrank.|
|70||12||"Nice Peter vs. EpicLLOYD 2"||3:31||January 9, 2017||Link|
The creators of Epic Rap Battles of History, Nice Peter and EpicLLOYD, battle for the second time against each other. In the end, they apologize to each other after their argument climaxes, and they decide to take a break and write their next song.Cameo appearances: Dante Cimadamore as himself. Atul Singh, Matthew Schlissel, Shaun Lewin, Brittany White, Ashlyn McIntyre, Morgan Christensen, Sulai Lopez, Jon Na, Jose "Choco" Reynoso, Josh Best, Ryan Moulton, Javi Sánchez-Blanco, Andrew Sherman, and Kyle Herman as the ERB Crew.
Bonus Battle (2018)Edit
|Title||Running time||Original airdate||Link|
|71||"Elon Musk vs. Mark Zuckerberg"||2:43||December 7, 2018||Link|
|Dianne Feinstein and Star Trek character Captain Jean-Luc Picard.|
Season 6 (2019–present)Edit
|Title||Running time||Original airdate||Link|
|72||1||"Freddy Krueger vs. Wolverine"||3:22||April 20, 2019||Link|
|Edward Scissorhands and Atul Singh as Friday the 13th antagonist Jason Voorhees.|
|73||2||"Guy Fawkes vs. Che Guevara"||2:40||May 4, 2019||Link|
|J. P. Morgan (reused footage from Season 3 episode "Donald Trump vs. Ebenezer Scrooge").|
|74||3||"Ronald McDonald vs. The Burger King"||3:00||June 8, 2019||Link|
|75||4||"George Carlin vs. Richard Pryor"||4:20||July 13, 2019||Link|
|American stand-up comedians George Carlin (Nice Peter) and Richard Pryor (ZEALE) battle each other before being interrupted by fellow comedians Bill Cosby (Gary Anthony Williams), Joan Rivers (Jackie Tohn) and Robin Williams (EpicLLOYD).|
Flash in the Pan Hip Hop Conflicts of Nowadays (2018–present)Edit
|No.||Title||Running time||Original airdate||Link|
|1||"PewDiePie vs. T-Series"||1:53||December 16, 2018||Link|
|YouTuber PewDiePie (EpicLLOYD) battles against a representation of Indian music record label T-Series (Nice Peter) - a reference to the PewDiePie vs T-Series YouTube subscriber battle.|
|2||"Ronald McDonald vs. The Burger King"||2:11||January 5, 2019||Link|
|McDonald's mascot Ronald McDonald (Nice Peter) battles against Burger King mascot The Burger King (EpicLLOYD).|
|3||"Larry Bird vs. Big Bird"||2:21||January 26, 2019||Link|
|Former NBA player Larry Bird (EpicLLOYD) battles against Sesame Street character Big Bird (Nice Peter).|
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