Two burnt-out city cops relocate to a tropical paradise for a relaxing twilight to their careers; however, their new locale turns out to be the most unrelaxing place on Earth, and their captain is a champion shouter.
During Sports Day on the island, everyone has fun competing in sports events before going to Nightballers to celebrate with a bottle of delicious Scrumpy Cider.
Doughnut baron Ronald the Ringman's patience is tested by a psychedelically annoying and indecisive tourist dubbed Nattanyell.
A very hairy individual is imprisoned in Big Danny's Pet Store.
The Hand Gobbler, also dubbed Gecko, gobbles hands left and right, and sometimes even center.
The monstrously evil King Skull plans to make a massive, evil pronouncement; he also plays the flute.
Cabbage Fizzog turns the faces of the islanders green with his infernally dangerous cabbage fog; cabbage must be defeated with cabbage.
Dame Edith Ezold hosts the Big Night In, the one evening of the year that the Tropical Cops get off; Dame Edith Ezold may not really be the real Dame Edith Ezold.
The Shrimp Gang returns to the island; questions arise if they will give birth and shoot guns that fire bullets the wrong way.
A mad cannibal tears scalps from the island's skulls, deep-fries them, and serves them as delicious crudités.
Sandpaper-voiced Captain Solomon shows the Tropical Cops how to become Tropical Cops.
A teacher in Michigan's Upper Peninsula explores subject matters such as pancakes, blueberries, eggs, toast, sausage, bacon, English muffins, coffee, orange juice, maple syrup, waffles, cornbread, and strawberries.
Adult Swim veteran Tim Heidecker ("Tim and Eric Awesome Show") created and stars in this spoof of action films. He plays Special Agent Jack Decker, who is tasked with stopping terror threats before they get underway. Decker is assisted on the mission by his partner, Special Agent Kington. This time around, the agents are on a plane that is controlled by terrorists who are aiming it at Mount Rushmore.
Adult Swim is never afraid to go beyond the boundaries of what most people consider good taste, so the not-necessarily-PC premise of this show shouldn't come as a shock to anyone. "Black Jesus" spotlights Jesus living in modern-day Compton, Calif., trying to spread love and kindness throughout his neighborhood on a daily basis. Mostly assisting in his mission is a small-but-loyal group of downtrodden followers. The live-action series was created by Aaron McGruder, who previously brought the animated favorite "The Boondocks" to Adult Swim.
After having been missing for nearly 20 years, Rick Sanchez suddenly arrives at daughter Beth's doorstep to move in with her and her family. Although Beth welcomes Rick into her home, her husband, Jerry, isn't as happy about the family reunion. Jerry is concerned about Rick, a sociopathic scientist, using the garage as his personal laboratory. In the lab, Rick works on a number of sci-fi gadgets, some of which could be considered dangerous. But that's not all Rick does that concerns Jerry. He also goes on adventures across the universe that often involve his grandchildren, Morty and Summer.
From the co-creators of "Sealab 2021," this tale revolves around a super villain named Killface and his struggle to destroy the world -- but he finds that global destruction is hard work. While Killface unenthusiastically deals with his tasks, his nemesis, billionaire playboy Xander Crews, is on the case. Xander's superhero alias, Awesome X, puts on a good face to make sure his action figure line of toys stays in business.
From the minds of Adult Swim veterans Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim, this anthology's tales might best be described as horrifying, insane or -- at least -- dark. The 15-minute episodes feature various guest stars. While its gallows humor is distinctly Tim and Eric, the presentation quality probably won't jibe with what their fans are used to; the guys' longest-running show, "Tim and Eric's Awesome Show, Great Job," had a low-quality, public-access feel to it, whereas "Bedtime Stories" has high production values.