Brickleberry is an animated series that follows the misadventures of a motley crew of national park forest rangers. When their fledgling park faces disclosure, a new ranger is enlisted to whip everyone into shape and save the park.
The series is being executive produced by our own Daniel Tosh along with comedians Waco O'Guin and Roger Black, who wrote and created the series. In addition to Tosh's helming duties, he'll voice the part of Malloy, a tiny brown bear.
Told about the show's greenlight, Tosh said, "This is going to be on TV? I thought this was a comic strip?"
NEW EPISODES THIS FALL
Steve is threatened when Ethel, a new ranger, comes to town. Malloy gets put on a diet.
Woody allows the Jesus Hates Homos Church to hold their meeting at Brickleberry. Connie takes off, because it was this church that tried to 'fix' her gay‐ness, and discovers a secret government military HQ.
While undercover to sniff out the pot farmers growing in Brickleberry, Steve and Denzel promise the Russian mob that they can grow an entire pot crop basically overnight.
Ethel runs a camp for the blind. After a bad speed dating incident, Steve sleeps with a hooker, and contract cana‐syphil‐aids, and is told he only has two weeks to live.
Secretary of the Interior Kirk Sanders visits the park. In an effort to impress him, Woody sets the park on fire.
The dam that holds back Brickleberry River is destroyed by fireworks set off in honor of Woody's birthday. The park floods, and our rangers, along with the rest of the survivors, must re‐form society on the island.