Brother vs Brother vs Nazi is an episode of Amelia Earhart, Fearless Flyer.
Amelia is sent to the turning point of the Civil War to prevent Nazis from meddling with history. A father must choose which of his twin sons to leave the family's prized possession -- the gun that shot the shot heard 'round the world. The sons try to appeal first to his sympathy to their respective causes in the war (based on his affection for various rooms in the Mason-Dixon line-divided home) and then to his personal preference between the two of them, but the father is unable to choose. Nazi Helmut Hermann then arrives from the future, demanding the gun. After explaining his gun-pedigree, he offers to pay the father for the gun or shoot him. When the father points out he is already dying, Helmut says he will shoot one of the sons and again tries to get the father to choose between them.
While the father is trying to decide which of the three to bequeath his gun, Amelia arrives. To settle the dispute, she produces the father's will, in which he leaves all his possessions to the gun and proclaims his love for both of his sons. He then reveals that the boys came into the world not only at the exact same time, but also hugging each other. This prompts the brothers to reconcile and pledge to stop fighting. Grateful for her help, the father gives the gun to Amelia, who says it belongs in a museum but will instead be placed in a secret government warehouse, along with the Ark of the Covenant and other dangerous artifacts.
This is the 108th episode of the Thrilling Adventure Hour. The previous episode is Sparks Nevada, Marshal on Mars - Croach Returns. The next episode is Beyond Belief - How To Spell Revenge. The previous episode in Amelia Earhart canon is #98 Fab Chanukkah, a part of The Full Christmas Episode from December 2011. The next episode is #126 Forward to the Past.
This episode was recorded at Largo on January 12, 2013 and released on March 11, 2013.
- Writers: Ben Acker and Ben Blacker
- Director: Rian Johnson
- Music: Andy Paley and the Andy Paley Orchestra