Perhaps the most famous public access TV show, the Junior Christian Science Bible Lesson achieved minor fame for being notoriously (sometimes even disturbingly) bizarre. The format was straightforward: a cast of puppets, fronted by "Albert Hermann", would preach lessons from the Bible and repeatedly condemn alcohol and drugs, while also talking to "special" guests (including a woman who spoke entirely in German, despite it being an English-speaking show). Hermann himself was a young African-American puppet wearing a red baseball cap and a blue jacket with an American flag pasted onto it. His words did not match his lips; the result of poor puppeteering. Hermann often broke out into bizarre religious hymns, which, with his flat delivery, sounded almost cult-like.
Another notable character was "Teddy Eddy", who was actually a panda. Teddy spoke in a strange psuedo-English accent. Eventually, Teddy disappeared without a trace and was replaced by an even more bizarre green alien puppet.
The show ran for an astounding 20 years or so and amassed hundreds (if not thousands) of episodes.