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Criticized by some as being too ironic, and criticized by others as simply being in terrible taste, Heil Honey I'm Home was a British parody of terrible American sitcoms, featuring Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun, both with grotesquely American accents, living in a domestic situation with Jewish neighbors. Despite portraying Hitler as a misguided idiot and the entire situation as absurd, showrunners admitted that none of the final product communicated what the original concept tried to convey, whatever that was, and the show was cancelled after one episode. The fact is that 1990 was just too early for anti-comedy, and pretty much any time is too early for elaborate, sitcom-sized Holocaust jokes.

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