Heil Honey I'm Home! (lost sitcom episodes; 1990)
Often considered one of the worst television shows ever made, Heil Honey I'm Home! was a 1990 sitcom featuring Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun in a nice quiet neighborhood written by Geoff Atkinson and directed by Juliet May. The catch here is that the Hitlers live next to a pair of obnoxious Jewish neighbors called the Goldensteins. The sitcom enraged audiences due to its obvious offensive nature.
The show had one episode aired on September 30th, 1990 and was quickly cancelled due to exceptionally negative response and was never shown again. The one episode can be found easily on bootlegs and on YouTube. What can't be found at all are the remaining 12 episodes (and according to the official website of Gareth Marks, actually 16 episodes) they reportedly recorded (with supposedly 8 being finished). Recently, a YouTube user by the name of Paul Carmichael has claimed he has second-generation copies of the 8 original master tapes of the finished episodes. Considering he has an extremely high quality version of the opening uploaded, which is likely taken from broadcast-spec tape, these claims are likely to be legitimate. He is currently awaiting word from those involved in production of the series as to whether or not he is able to release them to the public.
Thanks to a video Mr. Carmichael uploaded showing the program's VT countdown clocks, we now have official titles for the remaining seven episodes:
- Episode 2: Hitler Moves In
- Episode 3: Eva's New Shelves
- Episode 4: Ziggy Comes to Stay
- Episode 5: The Mom Who Came to Dinner
- Episode 6: Adolf's Close Shave
- Episode 7: Hitler in the Closet
- Episode 8: Without Prejudice
- Carmichael's upload of the VT timeclocks. Retrieved 1 Oct '16.