Take Hitler, put him in a typical 1950s sitcom setting, give him Jewish neighbours and... really, what could possibly go wrong?
Heil Honey I'm Home was a sitcom in 1990 about the fictionalized lives of Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun as if they were living in an apartment and acted like any old husband and wife. They must also avoid the crazy antics of their Jewish neighbors, the Goldsteins.
This show is famous for having only 1 epsiode before it was eventually pulled from TV stations. Originally, the only way to see this was on bootleg, until now. Now, uncut, unedited, all it one segment, Heil Honey I'm Home.
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