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Dysfunctional forest rangers toil at a national park. 

Daniel Tosh, Kaitlin Olson, David Herman, Jerry Minor, Roger Black, Tom Kenny

Daniel Tosh (Executive Producer), Waco O'guin (Executive Producer), Roger Black (Executive Producer), Daniel Tosh (Producer), Waco O'guin (Producer), Roger Black (Producer)

04:13 AM
"Trip to Mars"  Brickleberry is selected to play a part in the Mars landing; the natives are relocated to Hazelhurst Mall.  (Repeat) COMEDY
02:39 AM
"In Da Club"  Woody is extremely upset when he is denied access to an exclusive country club but Denzel gets in; Malloy's anal glands.  (Repeat) COMEDY
03:09 AM
"Miss National Park"  Ethel and Connie compete against each other at the Miss National Park beauty pageant; Denzel and Steve decide to have a threesome when they learn they are dating the same woman.  (Repeat) COMEDY
03:39 AM
"That Brother's My Father"  Denzel marries Woody's mother and becomes his stepfather; Connie abducts Pat Sajak from "Wheel of Fortune."  (Repeat) COMEDY

Fledgling Brickleberry National Park is facing its demise as a tourist attraction, its future in the hands of a dysfunctional group of forest rangers. To help save Brickleberry, top ranger Ethel Anderson is summoned from Yellowstone. Her park skills -- not to mention her sex appeal -- are seen as a threat to reigning Ranger of the Month Steve Williams, who does everything in his power to make Ethel look bad. The head ranger, Woody Johnson, is a hapless sort who always has the park's best interests in mind, even if his ideas on how to run it aren't nearly the best. Woody takes comfort in his pet, Malloy, a vulgar and spoiled grizzly cub who loves to put down the other rangers -- especially Steve. The animated series is co-executive-produced by Daniel Tosh, who also voices Malloy.

Current cast
Daniel Tosh as Malloy
Kaitlin Olson as Ethel Anderson
David Herman as Steve Williams
Jerry Minor as Denzel Jackson
Roger Black as Connie Cunaman
Tom Kenny as Woody Johnson

Program data from Tribune Media Services, Inc.