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Genre Comedy
Created by Roger Black
Waco O'Guin
Voices of David Herman
Tom Kenny
Kaitlin Olson (Season 1)
Natasha Leggero (Season 2–present)
Roger Black
Jerry Minor
Daniel Tosh
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 33 (List of episodes)
Executive producer(s) Roger Black
Waco O'Guin
Daniel Tosh
Producer(s) Joel Kuwahara (supervising)
Production company(s) Damn! Show Productions
Black Heart Productions
Fox 21 (Season 1–3)
Fox 21 Television Studios (Season 4–present)
Distributor 20th Television
Viacom Media Networks
Original channel Comedy Central
Picture format 1080i (16:9 HDTV)
Original run September 25, 2012 (2012-09-25) – present
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Brickleberry is an American adult animated sitcom that premiered on Comedy Central on September 25, 2012. The series is created by Roger Black and Waco O'Guin (creators of MTV2's Stankervision) and executive produced by Black, O'Guin and Daniel Tosh. The series is rated TV-MA in the United States.


  • Synopsis 1
  • Characters 2
    • Main characters 2.1
    • Recurring characters 2.2
  • Episodes 3
  • Reception 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6


The series follows a group of Park rangers as they work through their daily lives in the fictional Brickleberry National Park.


Main characters

  • Steve Williams (voiced by David Herman) – Steve is an overconfident, bumbling park ranger who takes himself and his job way too seriously. Even though he has been "Ranger of the Month" at Brickleberry for several years, he does not appear to display good skills or even common sense. Steve's "Ranger of the Month" title means everything to him and he will do anything to keep it. Despite his extreme lack of intelligence, he knows the Brickleberry park very well because his father was also a Brickleberry ranger, so Steve was raised in the park. He dreamt of working at Brickleberry since he was a child in order to follow in his father's footsteps.
  • Woodrow "Woody" Johnson (voiced by Tom Kenny) – Woody is a 55-year-old ranger with a military background. In the "Crippleberry" episode, he mentions to Steve that he is technically a war criminal. He worked his way up to head ranger over his 30-year career at Brickleberry. He worked alongside Steve's father, but never searched for him when Jonah went missing. He always has the park’s best interest in mind and struggles to boost the dwindling tourism numbers by any means. In "2 Weeks Notice", he accidentally confesses to Malloy that when his mother died, his father forced him to dress up in her lingerie, implying that he may have been sexually abused by his father. It is also revealed in season 2 that Woody was also physically abused by his father and was a former porn star.
  • Ethel Anderson (voiced by Kaitlin Olson in season 1, Natasha Leggero in season 2 and onwards) – Ethel is an attractive, 25-year-old female ranger. She was the top ranger at Yellowstone and was transferred to Brickleberry in an effort to get the park back on track (and because she was fired from Yellowstone for being drunk on the job). She is passionate for animals and nature and does her best to treat her co-workers kindly. Steve sees Ethel as a threat to his Ranger of the Month title, while Ethel sees Steve as a bumbling idiot. Ethel possesses extraordinary ranger skills, but is much more humble than Steve.
  • Denzel Jackson (voiced by Jerry Minor) – Denzel is a black ranger who is horrible at his job, but can't be fired because he works for a government agency. Denzel is a gerontophile, which occasionally gets him into hot water. Denzel finds his job challenging because he's afraid of bugs, snakes, and pretty much anything else that inhabits the woods.
  • Connie Cunaman (voiced by Roger Black) – Connie is a lesbian female ranger who has a large body, immense strength, and a deep voice that is often mistaken for a male. In "Gay Bomb", Connie admits she is a lesbian and it is revealed to the viewers that her strength is dubbed by her as "lesbian strength". Connie is capable of lifting massive objects, such as trees, bears, and even a real bomb. She is obsessed with Ethel and was turned away by her Evangelical parents for being a homosexual. On a side note, when Connie gets excited, her vagina makes growling noises similar to that of a stomach, requiring her to talk it down like a wild animal.
  • Malloy (voiced by Daniel Tosh) – Malloy is a grizzly bear cub that Woody has taken in and spoiled after Steve accidentally ran over and shot his parents, telling him a tourist did it. Woody lets him play video games all day and eat junk food. Malloy is very crude, racist, sexist, has a superiority complex, and in some ways is a narcissist. He openly hates the rangers and in addition, he enjoys putting them down and messing with them on a daily basis, especially Steve.

Recurring characters

  • Bobby Possumcods (voiced by Waco O'Guin) – Bobby is a redneck that lives in the park. He "loves" animals a bit too much and Malloy got a taste of this first hand in the season one premiere. O'Guin has been portraying the live action version of Possumcods for years in O'Guin and Black's underground comedy called "The DAMN! Show".
  • Bodean (voiced by Roger Black) – Bodean is Bobby's sidekick and best friend. He is known to speak very fast and sometimes for a long time.
  • Firecracker Jim (voiced by Roger Black) – A local redneck who sells illegal fireworks. He has stumps since he blew off his arms and legs a while ago.
  • Dr. Kuzniak (voiced by Tom Kenny) – Brickleberry's personal doctor. He has a strange fetish of medical malpractice. He also has some shady criminal intents such as medical waste dumping and dealings with the "Chinese Black Market".
  • Jorge (voiced by David Herman) – A foreign man who owns the local strip club. He seems to be very clueless and gullible.


Season Episodes Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
1 10 September 25, 2012 (2012-09-25) December 4, 2012 (2012-12-04)
2 13 September 3, 2013 (2013-09-03) November 26, 2013 (2013-11-26)
3 10 September 16, 2014 (2014-09-16) November 18, 2014 (2014-11-18)


Dylan P. Gadino of Laugh Spin called Brickleberry "fast-paced and hilarious".[1] Clarke Collis of Entertainment Weekly said that Brickleberry "tends to rise above your average adult-animation fare." [2]


  1. ^ Gadino, Dylan. New Daniel Tosh show ‘Brickleberry’ provides ammunition for fake outrage enthusiasts. Laugh Spin
  2. ^ Collis, Clarke. What to Watch. Entertainment Weekly

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