Finally, in the “What the hell were they thinking” category, we have the pilot episode from the doomed series, Heil Honey I’m Home. The sitcom, which has been called “perhaps the world’s most tasteless situation comedy” by television historian Marian Calabro , centers around fictionalized versions of Adolf Hitler and his wife, Eva Braun. The two live in the suburbs next door to a Jewish couple, Arny and Rosa Goldenstein, and oddly enough, they don’t really get along! The story-arc for the first season was intended to be about Hitler’s plans to kill the Goldensteins… like all wacky neighbor sitcoms!
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