Jerkbeast (partially found Seattle public access series; 2001-2002)

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This article has been tagged as NSFW due to its strong language and mature humor.


Cover of the movie that was based on the show.

Status: Partially Found

Jerkbeast was a comedy television show that aired on Seattle public access television (specifically, on the Seattle Community Access Network)[1] from April 6, 2001 to September 25, 2002.[2] The show featured a large foul-mouthed paper maché monster (the Jerkbeast) who would scream at and insult people who called in.[3] As the show's website described it: "It's a simple premise: 30 minutes of pure, blinding hatred directed at YOU, the viewing audience. Call in and try to out-swear us. You'll find it rather difficult."[4]

A movie with the same name (and featuring the same cast) was made a few years after the show ended.[5][6] Additionally, the cast formed a garage punk band called Steaming Wolf Penis.


One of the cast members, Calvin Lee Reeder (who played "Sweet Benny" on the show) writes on his website[7]:

I use to go to Brady’s house a lot. There was this particular pile of trash in the living room and each time I went over there it seemed to grow in horrible new ways. One day it became the Jerkbeast. Brady had plans to host a public access show wearing it. He did that. Brain Wendorf and I co-hosted 2 seasons of it alongside him on Scan-TV channel 77. We had a pretty strong following and it was as all because of the Jerkbeast, the most creatively vile rapid fire insulter Seattle public access had ever known. All social boundaries were ignored and we received death threats on a regular basis.

It went so well we decided to turn it into a movie. The movie features the three of us in a band called Steaming Wolf Penis, Jerkbeast played drums. That band was so bad it gained a separate cult following. We played live quite a bit even toured England a couple times. I’d say most people who saw us play didn’t even know we made a movie, probably never will.

Found episodes

The first episode.

Some of the episodes were available on[2] until around late 2008. saved some of them, although the videos are very low quality.

In 2012, someone uploaded 4 episodes of Jerkbeast to YouTube.[8] The video is much higher quality video than the episodes on

In 2014, Justin Brown uploaded two episodes of Jerkbeast to Vimeo (S01E11 and S01E14).

List of episodes

Note: In case you missed the description, the show contains quite a bit of NSFW language.

(italic means lost episode -- bold means found episode)

  • S01E01 (04-06-2001)
  • S01E02 (04-13-2001)
  • S01E03 (04-20-2001)
  • S01E04 (04-28-2001)
  • S01E05 (05-07-2001)
  • S01E06 (05-14-2001)
  • S01E07 (05-21-2001)
  • S01E08 (06-01-2001)
  • S01E09 (06-08-2001)
  • S01E10 (06-15-2001)
  • S01E11 (06-22-2001) - Missing the "Graceful Chaos" performance at the beginning (?)
  • S01E12 (06-29-2001)
  • S01E13 (07-07-2001)
  • S01E14 (07-14-2001) - Intro audio cuts out momentarily.
  • S01E15 (07-21-2001)
  • S01E16 (07-27-2001)
  • S01E17 (08-03-2001) ("Best Of" Episode)
  • S01E18 (08-10-2001)
  • S01E19 (08-24-2001) (Some behind-the-scenes footage is available here and here)
  • S01E20 (08-31-2001)
  • S01E21 (09-07-2001) (Another recording is available here.)
  • S01E22 (09-14-2001)
  • S01E23 (09-21-2001)
  • S01E24 (09-28-2001)
  • S02E01 (04-03-2002)
  • S02E02 (04-11-2002)
  • S02E03 (04-18-2002)
  • S02E04 (04-24-2002)
  • S02E05 (05-01-2002)
  • S02E06 (05-08-2002)
  • S02E07 (05-15-2002)
  • S02E08 (05-22-2002)
  • S02E09 (05-29-2002)
  • S02E10 (06-05-2002)
  • S02E11 (06-12-2002)
  • S02E12 (06-19-2002)
  • S02E13 (06-26-2002)
  • S02E14 (07-03-2002) ("Best Of" Episode)
  • S02E15 (07-10-2002)
  • S02E16 (07-17-2002)
  • S02E17 (07-24-2002) ("Best Of" Episode)
  • S02E18 (07-31-2002)
  • S02E19 (08-07-2002)
  • S02E20 (08-14-2002)
  • S02E21 (08-21-2002)
  • S02E22 (08-28-2002)
  • S02E23 (09-04-2002)
  • S02E24 (09-11-2002)
  • S02E25 (09-18-2002)
  • S02E26 (09-25-2002)


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