June 19th is a date that appears in every episode of the Don't Hug Me I'm Scared series. Joe Pelling has said that the meaning would be revealed at the end of the series. This was confirmed through Don't Hug Me I'm Scared 6, which was released on June 19th. What is known is that every calendar shown in the series shows June 19th, and that the heroes went missing on the date June 19th, 1955. It is unknown, who, if anyone, is looking for them.
At the end of DHMIS 6, when Red Guy pulled the plug on the machine controlling the Teachers, "resetting" the set of DHMIS and creating a new world with new puppets, the calendar's date changed from June 19th to June 20th. This heavily implies that the either the entirety of DHMIS was set on one day or that every day since the beginning of DHMIS has been June 19th and the puppets are in a loop. The calendar changing at the end signifies that it is a new generation of puppets in their own world.
Interestingly, June 19th, 2016, the date of Don't Hug Me I'm Scared 6's release, was Father's Day. The episode revealed Roy as the possible controller of the Teachers. June 19th, 1955, the date that the puppets went missing and the date of the HELP videos, was also Father's Day.
Also, the fact that the calendar of DHMIS has had enough time to turn to June 19th at all could imply that DHMIS has been going on for a very long time with many generations of puppets all being tortured by the Teachers and somehow escaping, changing the date.
- Additionally, the year 1906 was written on the graves in the third episode, and Colin the Computer showed the heroes that the time was 19:06 (7:06 pm in military time) in the fourth episode.
- It is the date when the goal for the Don't Hug Me I'm Scared Kickstarter project was reached.
- The date also appears in Becky and Joe's film, Unknown Musical Orchestra.
- On this date in 2015, the Boring Tester was revealed on the Kickstarter as a character in DHMIS 5.
- This was also the day Gilbert the Globe became our wikia mascot.