Just imagine you're watching TV in 1990, and suddenly, right in the middle of primetime, you find yourself watching a "wacky" sitcom about Adolf Hitler! It really happened, and the legend of HEIL HONEY I'M HOME!, which lasted only one episode, was born.
But was HEIL HONEY I'M HOME really the most offensive television series in history, or was it a scathing political satire in the vein of THE GREAT DICTATOR, THE PRODUCERS and JOJO RABBIT? Film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold dive into one of the most notorious CANCELED TOO SOON series ever in this very special 175th episode!
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