A few weeks ago I found this blank VHS tape at a garage sale and came across this weird public access show that was apparently made sometime in the ’80s. The show is called Pussy High, check out the totally awesome opening sequence, it’s like Stranger Things for Generation AIDS:
In the summer of 1985 the city of Seattle got its first UHF channel, KTZZ-TV Channel 22. For the most part this fledgling network aired mundane news segments and public affairs reports.
However, many children growing up in the Seattle area at the time have foggy memories of a bizarre show called Pussy High. Pussy High told the story of a cat named Kitty Krueger and his experiences as a student at Pussy High, a high school.
It’s impossible to find any footage of the actual show at this point but I was able to get in touch with Seattle native Matt Jones. Mr. Jones sent me some photos he has that prove the show did exist at some point. I’m not sure how he was able to get these pictures, but at this point in time they are the only evidence that Pussy High ever existed.
If you grew up in Seattle in the ’80s and happened to have recorded any episodes of Pussy High off the TV please contact me. I would pay good money for footage of this show.
I decided to make a Tik Tok video because Paul Joseph Watson said it was the voice of Generation Z and that it would destroy the millenials!
Since I couldn’t embed directly from Tik Tok I had to upload it to Youtube. Check it out:
Many years ago I had a blog called TheodorePuertoriquez.com. It was a blog written by a Puerto Rican cat who had a “dirty Sanchez” style mustache.
This was before I ever wrote stuff under the name Kitty Glitter. I later used that same cat face as the face of Kitty Glitter.
While I was still working under the name Theodore Puertoriquez I was really into horror host shows, and decided to make my own. The show was going to be called Theodore’s Creepy Kitchen. It was supposed to be a horror host/cooking show.
I created my Kitty Krueger puppet for this show, and since then have used that puppet in other projects. I hope to use him again in the future.
These segments were designed to go along with the 1988 horror film Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers. I will be the first to admit that Theodore’s Creepy Kitchen is pretty crappy, but you might get a kick out of watching it.
Please comment below if you have any opinions on Theodore’s Creepy Kitchen!
A while back I started making a film review show called The Meow Meow Show with my girlfriend. It was done with my Kitty Krueger puppet and a stuffed white tiger. Unfortunately we got totally lazy and never made more than three episodes.
I think the show is worth checking out if you’re into weird shit, so I figured I’d post it here: