The Awful Truth About Society (partially found public access show; 1994-present)

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This article has been tagged as NSFW due to its 81st episode dealing with child exploitation.


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This article has been tagged as NSFL due to its controversial themes of anarchy and abortion and the 80th episode talking about Matthew Shepard's death.



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One of the memes from the infamous Vine.

Status: Partially Found

The Awful Truth About Society is a public access TV show that airs on Missoula Community Access Television (MCAT Channel 189) that stars Emmett K. the Punk Rocker, previously known as Rabid the Dog Punk, who was born on December 11, 1967. It used to air at 4:00pm but now it airs on Wednesdays at 10:30 pm. It aired since December 10, 1994.[1][2][3]

Episodes

Episode 1 to 100

# Status Episode Name Notes and Airing
1 Partially Found ? Aired December 10, 1994, The Anarchy Symbol in the infamous Vine has a sticker that says .1, so this is from the first episode.
2 Lost ? Aired c. 1994 or 1995
3 Found Evil Done To Our Children, And The Evils Of Government Aired c. 1995
4 Found Evils Of Government Aired July 11, 1995, the newspaper has a date of July 11 (51:33), so since it aired, that is the date.
5 Lost ? Aired c. 1995
6 Lost ? ?
7 Lost ? ?
8 Lost ? ?
9 Lost ? ?
10 Lost ? ?
11 Lost ? ?
12 Lost ? ?
13 Lost ? ?
14 Lost ? ?
15 Lost ? ?
16 Lost ? ?
17 Lost ? ?
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23 Lost ? ?
24 Lost ? ?
25 Lost ? ?
26 Lost ? ?
27 Lost ? ?
28 Lost ? ?
29 Lost ? ?
30 Lost ? ?
31 Lost ? ?
32 Lost ? ?
33 Lost ? ?
34 Lost ? ?
35 Lost ? ?
36 Lost ? ?
37 Lost ? ?
38 Lost ? ?
39 Lost ? ?
40 Lost ? ?
41 Lost ? ?
42 Lost ? ?
43 Lost ? ?
44 Lost ? ?
45 Lost ? ?
46 Lost ? ?
47 Lost ? ?
48 Lost ? ?
49 Lost ? ?
50 Lost ? ?
51 Lost ? ?
52 Lost ? ?
53 Lost ? ?
54 Lost ? ?
55 Lost ? ?
56 Lost ? ?
57 Lost ? ?
58 Lost ? ?
59 Lost ? ?
60 Lost ? ?
61 Lost ? ?
62 Lost ? ?
63 Lost ? ?
64 Lost ? ?
65 Lost ? ?
66 Lost ? ?
67 Lost ? ?
68 Lost ? ?
69 Lost ? ?
70 Lost ? ?
71 Lost ? ?
72 Lost ? ?
73 Lost ? ?
74 Lost ? ?
75 Lost Razor Blades and Leather Pt I Aired c. 1998
76 Lost Razor Blades and Leather Pt II Aired c. 1998
77 Lost Razor Blades and Leather Pt. III Aired c. 1998
78 Lost Razor Blades and Leather Pt. IV Aired c. 1998
79 Found Razor Blades and Leather Pt. V Aired mid September 1998. Emmett got some punk rock music from a person who was selling them in the UK, because he hated modern music at the time like "I'm A Barbie Girl", so he played the punk music that he got from that person, this music includes the song N-Er-Gee, 4 songs by Modern Threat, 4 songs by Total Chaos, and Streetfight by Slime.
80 Found Perversion of Mortal Relativism Aired November 1998. There's a brief segment where Emmett talks about the death of Matthew Shepard and the hate crime laws against homosexuals developed after his death.
81 Found More Outrages From The Satanic School System Aired November 1998. Emmett reads a newspaper article, Children Schooled In Pornography, which is about the federal government and the CDC funding tax dollars to teach children about sexual self abuse with children at the ages of 5-8 doing this, and children ant the ages of 12-15 being allowed to buy condoms from drug stores.
82 Found Summary of Punk Philosophy Aired November 1998
83 Found Satan Destroys Our Youth- Abominations of Middle Schools Aired March 1999. He talks about a news story about abortion.
84 Found Outrage of Distant Friendships, and Our Cold, Machine Like, Nazi Society Aired March 1999
85 Lost ? ?
86 Lost
87 Lost
88 Lost
89 Lost
90 Lost
91 Lost
92 Lost
93 Lost
94 Lost
95 Lost
96 Lost
97 Lost
98 Lost
99 Lost
100 Lost

Episodes 101-200

# Status Episode Name Notes and Airing
101 Lost ? ?
102 Lost ? ?
103 Lost ? ?
104 Lost ? ?
105 Lost ? ?
106 Lost ? ?
107 Lost ? ?
108 Lost ? ?
109 Lost ? ?
110 Lost ? ?
111 Lost ? ?
112 Lost ? ?
113 Lost ? ?
114 Lost ? ?
115 Lost ? ?
116 Lost ? ?
117 Lost ? ?
118 Lost ? ?
119 Lost ? ?
120 Lost ? ?
121 Lost ? ?
122 Lost ? ?
123 Lost ? ?
124 Lost ? ?
125 Lost ? ?
126 Lost ? ?
127 Lost ? ?
128 Lost ? ?
129 Lost ? ?
130 Lost ? ?
131 Lost ? ?
132 Lost ? ?
133 Lost ? ?
134 Lost ? ?
135 Lost ? ?
136 Lost ? ?
137 Lost
138 Lost ? ?
139 Lost ? ?
140 Lost ? ?
141 Lost ? ?
142 Lost ? ?
143 Lost ? ?
144 Lost ? ?
145 Lost ? ?
146 Lost ? ?
147 Lost ? ?
148 Lost ? ?
149 Lost ? ?
150 Lost ? ?
151 Lost ? ?
152 Lost ? ?
153 Lost ? ?
154 Lost ? ?
155 Lost ? ?
156 Lost ? ?
157 Lost ? ?
158 Lost ? ?
159 Lost ? ?
160 Lost ? ?
161 Lost ? ?
162 Lost ? ?
163 Lost ? ?
164 Lost ? ?
165 Lost ? ?
166 Lost ? ?
167 Lost ? ?
168 Lost ? ?
169 Lost ? ?
170 Lost ? ?
171 Lost ? ?
172 Lost ? ?
173 Lost ? ?
174 Lost ? ?
175 Lost ? ?
176 Lost ? ?
177 Lost ? ?
178 Lost ? ?
179 Lost ? ?
180 Lost ? ?
181 Lost
182 Lost
183 Lost
184 Lost
185 Lost
186 Lost
187 Lost
188 Lost ? ?
189 Lost
190 Lost
191 Lost
192 Lost
193 Lost
194 Lost
195 Lost
196 Lost
197 Lost
198 Lost
199 Lost
200 Lost

Episodes 201-300

# Status Episode Name Notes and Airing
201 Lost
202 Lost
203 Lost
204 Lost
205 Lost
206 Lost
207 Lost
208 Lost
209 Lost
210 Lost
211 Lost
212 Lost
213 Lost
214 Lost
215 Lost
216 Lost
217 Lost
218 Lost
219 Lost
220 Lost

Meme popularity

On March 29, 2015, Vine user sturfur posted the infamous clip of Emmett saying "Whoops, my anarchy symbol".[4] However, the original user who posted it was Felix the poop cat on February 21, 2015.[5] It soon gained popularity with multiple Tumblr users drawing their characters saying the phrase.[6]

References