Good luck shaking this scene off.
In this episode we flash back to see sandpaper-voiced Captain Solomon showing the Tropical Cops how to become Tropical Cops. Bring your earplugs.
A mad cannibal is tearing scalps from the island's skulls. And deep-frying them. And serving them as delicious crudités. He. Must. Be. Stopped.
The Shrimp Gang are back on the island. Will they give birth and shoot back guns that fire bullets the wrong way round? What do you think?
Dame Edith Ezold hosts the Big Night In, the one night off of the year for the Tropical Cops. But is Dame Edith Ezold really the real Dame Edith Ezold? And what makes her Hibiscus Chicken Kebabs so deelushus?
Cabbage Fizzog is turning the faces of islanders green with his infernally dangerous cabbage fog. Cabbage must be defeated with cabbage in this tense episode.
Enter the lair of the monstrously evil King Skull with his exposed anus where he is on the verge of making a massive evil pronouncement. Oh, he also plays his flute.
The Hand Gobbler is on the loose and is gobbling hands left and right and sometimes even center. But who is the Hand Gobbler? And why is he also dubbed Gecko?
It has officially become The Night of the Fang at Big Danny's Pet Store where a very hairy individual is imprisoned in the pet shop behind the pet shop behind the pet shop. S**t yeah!
Donut baron Ronald the Ringman's patience is tested by a psychedelically annoying and indecisive tourist dubbed Nattanyell.
It's Sports Day on the island so it's time to watch everyone having fun competing in sports events before they then go to Nightballers to celebrate with a bottle of deelushus Scrumpy Cider.
Tropical Cop Tales premieres Friday, February 1st with back to back episodes at Midnight and 12:15am ET/PT.