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'Peace for Our Time' from "Heil Honey I'm Home!"
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Origin

"Heil Honey I'm Home"

Type

Speech paper

Effects

When in the vicinity of things viewed as "bad" or "evil" by a person, the paper will transform them into trivialized, parodied versions of themselves.

Downsides

Those who see the affected targets will see it as "tasteless" and offensive.

Activation

Vicinity

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Logie-453V

Date of Collection

10/13/90

[Source]


Origin

"Heil Honey I'm Home!" is a British sitcom, written by Geoff Atkinson and produced in 1990, that was cancelled after one episode. It centers on fictionalized versions of Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun, who live next door to a Jewish couple, Arny and Rosa Goldenstein. The show spoofs elements of mid-20th century American sitcoms and is driven by Hitler's inability to get along with his neighbors. It caused controversy when broadcast and has been called "perhaps the world's most tasteless situation comedy". This originally blank paper was the focus prop of the first and only aired episode, which gained the actual speech when it became an artifact.

Effects

When placed in the vicinity of anything viewed as "bad" or "evil" by anyone, the paper will transform the target into a more trivialized, parodied form of itself. When the new version is seen, those who see it will find it tasteless and offensive.

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