Denzel marries Woody's mom; Connie is obsessed with "Wheel of Fortune" host Pat Sajak.
As Ethel and Connie compete against each other in the Miss National Park Beauty Pageant, Steve and Denzel prepare for their first threesome.
Woody tries to join an exclusive country club.
President Obama comes to Brickleberry to present an award to Woody.
Daniel shows us an Amish strip club, his selection of 2013's most fascinating people and a review of some of the best and not so best moments of the previous 29 episodes in this, the fifth season's final episode.moreless
Daniel takes some familiar games and bumps them up a notch, shows us his favorite Christmas card and gives a girl with unique bathroom practices a CeWEBrity Profile.
Daniel hosts the nation's gayest parade, gives a Web Redemption to an impressionist and shows how much his twitter account is worth.
The turning of Mt. Brickleberry into a volcano coincides with Connie's impending due date convincing Denzel that she will be giving birth to the Anti-Christ which will usher in the apocalypse and the end of the world.moreless
David, a video making guy, gets a Web Redemption, wealthy Instagrammers get mocked and Daniel takes an AIDS test.
When Steve's childhood hero, Flamey the Bear, comes to Brickleberry for the televised re-opening of the forest, Woody charges Steve with keeping him sober. While Steve deals with the destruction of his childhood ideals, Woody pays the price for having mildly criticized Malloy by being turned slowly into a prize-winning fish.moreless
Security Officer Jay gets a Web Redemption, a fish gets its revenge and Daniel puts a new twist on testicular cancer awareness.
The rangers are thrilled when Brickleberry is selected to play an important role in the Mars landing. In order to do that, the Native Brickleberrians are kicked off their land, and led to the Hazelhurst Mall by Malloy. When the rangers discover that the world is being duped, they are taken prisoner, and only Malloy can save them.moreless
Malloy's misbehaving leads Denzel to call on his old gang from Detroit - the Cool Friends Gang. The OGs come to the park to help Denzel scare Malloy straight, only to end up in jail because of Malloy's antics. Malloy takes well to jail, but Woody recruits some of Brickleberry's third tier characters to break them out of prison just in time to prevent Denzel from having to marry Meat Hammer.moreless
Daniel's first certified (and certifiable) presidential candidate appears in this episode, the show's fans critique Comedy Central and a would be education reformer gets a Web Redemption.
The 'slightly past her prime' yet 'still rocking it' creator of The Headbanger's Workout exercise routine gets a Web Redemption, some of Daniel's staff are treated to a round of shocking shots, and a sinister spin is added to some returning armed forces clips.moreless
Led by Moose Nazir, the animals of Brickleberry revolt, and co-opt Malloy to take back the park. Steve works hard to prevent Malloy from finding out that it was actually he who killed Malloy's parents.moreless
For this special episode, Daniel invites four of his former Web Redemptions back on the show to do a sort of "Where are they now?" interview. The four former guests are the Afro Ninja from Daniel's very first show, Chris Crocker and Bill the Balloon Guy from episode 5 and 6 of the first season, and Fannie, one of the Risky Business Girls from the third episode of season 2.moreless
A visit from Ethel's older/prettier/better sister leads her to drug and shave Malloy to pass him off as her chid, while Connie masquerades as her husband, Connor.
A former competitor in a spicy sushi challenge gets a Web Redemption, Daniel inserts himself in a humiliation fetish film and introduces a new segment called Talented Women Playing Guitar...on Mute.
Ethel brings the governor to Brickleberry for a political rally and Woody pisses her off. When the rangers wake up the following morning to a superhighway running through Brickleberry, Woody sets out to unseat the governor. Ethel cannot let that stand, so she opposes Woody, until the Hazelhurst militia that Connie is helping Bobby and BoDean with, under Malloy's influence, decides to kill the winner of the race. When that happens, Ethel and Woody do their very best to lose the election.moreless
Daniel learns how to create his own force field while giving the Force Field Master a Web Redemption. He also takes a hard look at the adorable side of addiction and introduces us to the high school with the most unfortunate name.moreless
Brickleberry is finally allowed to compete in the annual Ranger Games again, and hopefully unseat Yellowstone. Steve's finally being good at something doesn't stop Woody from bringing in a ringer who turns out to be a terrorist. Much to Woody's chagrin, Denzel chooses to compete as an ice skater.moreless
Daniel gives a guy who lost his life savings to a carnival side show game a Web Redemption, leads us in a new drinking game called Bowl of Gravy and shows another installment of Big Ass Baby.moreless
The carnival comes to Brickleberry with a freaky sideshow that Connie obsesses over. When Steve gets hurt, Malloy gets a job as his lawyer and forces changes to bring the park up to code.moreless
Bad DJ receives a Web Redemption, we view another installment of Is It Racist? and Daniel has fans write a letter to his future daughter in this episode.
When Bobby Possumcods finds out he owns the title to Brickleberry's land, he kicks the rangers out and turns the National Park into a Trailer Park.
On this episode, Daniel introduces us to the world's most annoying girlfriend, celebrates National Boomerang Day and gives Internet Vlogger Lohanthony a CeWEBrity Profile.
After having a stroke, Woody decides to do yoga and joins a cult led by Astral. This leads Woody to the edge of Brickleberry cliff with the rest of Astral's cult followers.
Woody's past life as a porn star comes back to haunt him while Malloy works to get his career back off the ground.
Daniel shows us the most embarrassing thing to happen in New York since the Jets drafted "The Sanchize," and fixes everything that's wrong with America's youth.