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Troma’s Edge TV puts Troma’s unique spin on such diverse and hilarious topics as American politics and mass murder. Using “cutting-edge” special “effects”, each episode “mixes” classic blood, guts and hot sex in the midst of it all. Trent Haaga (Terror Firmer, Citizen Toxie), hosts the New York segments, while Tiffany Shepis (Tromeo & Juliet, Citizen Toxie), stars as super-Tromette Bulimia, who Tromanchors from Los Angeles. Of course, the expert hand of Troma president Lloyd Kaufman (creator of The Toxic Avenger) guides the Troma Team throughout the show!
|S01E07||Race||18/11/2001||Presenters Trent Haaga and Super-Tromette Bulimia take a look at racial prejudice in the United Hates of America. Lloyd Kaufman, president of Troma Entertainment, creator of the Toxic Avenger and Jew, gets a nasty surprise from some white supremacists.|
|S01E09||Sex||00/00/0000||The Troma Team takes a stab at prostitution, safe sex, STD's, masturbation, multiple orgasms and more. Clips from 1983's The First Turn On are shown as well as a “Dial-A-Snatch” television commercial.|
|S01E11||Family||00/00/0000||Family values, Father-Son and Mother-Daughter relationships, orphans, and the importance of a good support system are all covered here, as well as another type of family: the mafia. Clips from 1980's Mother's Day and 1999's Terror Firmer are shown.|
|S01E12||Drugs||00/00/0000||The link between drug use and other forms of violent crime is explored and the government's multi-million dollar “War On Drugs” is poked fun at. We visit a crack den of sorts and see a fight between rival opium dealers in Chinatown. Scenes from 1998's Buttcrack are shown.|
|S01E16||Tromadance||15/04/2001||Highlights from the Troma Dance 2001 Film Festival from Park City, Utah.|
|S01E17||The Real Big Survivor Brother Part 1||22/04/2001||Lloyd Kaufman searches for a New York-based host for TROMA'S EDGE TV. He locks the candidates in the Troma office and awaits the survival of the fittest.|
|S01E18||The Real Big Survivor Brother Part 2||29/04/2001||Lloyd Kaufman searches for a New York-based host for TROMA'S EDGE TV. He locks the candidates in the Troma office and awaits the survival of the fittest.|
|S01E19||Horror||00/00/0000||Don't make the same mistake that Trent Haaga did: It's horror, not whore. Regardless, this was probably the most enjoyable episode on the disc. We're given a tour of both the famous Forrest J. Ackerman's “Ackermuseum” and “The Death Museum.” There are Tromatic spoofs of Psycho and Scream, commentary on the state of horror films today and whether or not violence in the media has detrimental effects on the world's youth.|
|S01E20||War||00/00/0000||A tribute to the horror genre, and a salute to America's armed forces. The art of war is poked and prodded in this episode, touching on America's obsession with military action, registering for the draft, a salute to vets, and the Gulf War Syndrome. Scenes from 1988's Troma's War and 1999's Terror Firmer are shown, as well as a cult recruitment commercial|
|S00E01||DVD 1 Introduction||00/00/0000|
|S00E02||DVD 2 Introduction||00/00/0000|
|S00E04||"Too Hot" Segments - Party at the beach||00/00/0000|
|S00E05||"Too Hot" Segments - Mistress Sonya||00/00/0000|
|S00E06||"Too Hot" Segments - Cannibal Lesbian Hoedown||00/00/0000|
|S00E07||"Too Hot" Segments - Naked Cowboy||00/00/0000|
|S00E08||"Too Hot" Segments - Jackson Pollock on E||00/00/0000|
|S00E10||The Ronni Raygun Show||00/00/0000|
|S00E11||Sgt. Kabukiman gets beat up||00/00/0000|
|S00E12||Entombed "Seeing Red" Music Video||00/00/0000|
|S00E13||Toxic Adventures Cartoon||00/00/0000|
|S00E14||The Lunachicks "Say What You Mean" Music Video||00/00/0000|