Wallpaper isn’t any sort of attempt to make a political point. I just think it’d be really weird to have something like that up on your wall.
It was, in some sense, inspired by a Mr. Show sketch where Hitler has been cloned and given to Jewish people as slaves to atone for the Holocaust. In one scene, a “free” Hitler adjusts the wallpaper in his living room and its just several large maps of the Reich’s invading plans.
For those of you who may not know, Mr. Show was an incredible sketch comedy show from the mid-1990s starring David Cross and Mr. Saul Goodman himself, Bob Odenkirk. One of it’s most distinct features was how Mr. Show would “link” its sketches together into a smooth, half-hour comedy experience.
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