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Old 08-20-2010, 09:03 PM   #1
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Default I Could Be Wrong, But Did 'Hogan's Heroes' Spawn A Ripoff Series?!?

Maybe I dreamt this, but I swear I remember a series set in World War II that was a sitcom involving Hitler and his wacky home life?!? Needless to say the show didn't last long. Am I far off?
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I found this at Wiki:

This is on the Geoff Atkinson page.

"In 1990 he wrote the short lived and highly controversial sitcom Heil Honey I'm Home! for British Satellite Broadcasting scrapped after only one episode was transmitted. It was a parody of 1950s American sitcoms, but featuring Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun as the leads."
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I found this at Wiki:

This is on the Geoff Atkinson page.

"In 1990 he wrote the short lived and highly controversial sitcom Heil Honey I'm Home! for British Satellite Broadcasting scrapped after only one episode was transmitted. It was a parody of 1950s American sitcoms, but featuring Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun as the leads."


Oh Ok, that must be what I was thinking of....sheesh did that sitcom sound like a trainwreck! LOL
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I found this at Wiki:

This is on the Geoff Atkinson page.

"In 1990 he wrote the short lived and highly controversial sitcom Heil Honey I'm Home! for British Satellite Broadcasting scrapped after only one episode was transmitted. It was a parody of 1950s American sitcoms, but featuring Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun as the leads."

Sounds hilarious! Leave to the English to produce such "highbrow" comedy!!
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I found this at Wiki:

This is on the Geoff Atkinson page.

"In 1990 he wrote the short lived and highly controversial sitcom Heil Honey I'm Home! for British Satellite Broadcasting scrapped after only one episode was transmitted. It was a parody of 1950s American sitcoms, but featuring Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun as the leads."
ther was a clip from it on tvparty.com but I don't know if it's still there.
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"Heil Honey, I'm Home" might be okay for a cutting-edge sketch on MadTv, but, as a series, definitely a train wreck...

However, Hogan's Heroes could have spawned some awful spinoffs:



That Darn Klink


At the end of the war, Klink is arrested and put before an allied tribunal. He is eventually judged to have been too stupid to have committed any war crimes, and, after a short detention, gets a job as a bookkeeper working for the occupational forces. Each week there is a hilarious snafu-----for instance, receiving 500,000 rolls of toilet paper, but no food or office supplies. Highlights include Klink attending the executions of Maj. Hochstetter and Gen. Burkhalter----and rubbing his hands gleefully over finally having found an advantage to being an idiot.
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