When Woody's birthday celebration fireworks burst Brickleberry River dam and the park becomes flooded, the rangers and other survivors must form a new society upon the island that was once the peak of Brickleberry Mountain.
When half-eaten goats begin appearing all over the Park, Steve volunteers to hunt down whomever or whatever is responsible. However, little did he suspect that the culprit would be his father - Brickleberry's greatest ever park ranger - who was now living in a cave.
When it comes to light during his preparations for the Ranger Ball that Steve is bald and wears a toupÃ©e, he takes drastic action to restore his hair growth and ends up becoming a celebrity bigfoot.
When the rangers start complaining about their working conditions, Woody - impressed by the computer help desk staff in India - outsources the ranger positions to 'dot-bots'.
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 headquarters inside Brickleberry mountain.
Secretary of the Interior Kirk Sanders visits the park. In an effort to impress him, Woody sets the park on fire.
In an effort to compete with Yellowstone, Woody charges the team with coming up with the cutest animal in the world. Steve creates a Squabbit - half squirrel, half rabbit.
Ethel runs a camp for the blind. After a bad speed dating incident, Steve sleeps with a hooker, and contracts cana?syphil?aids, and is told he only has two weeks to live.
Steve catches a disease and is told he only has two weeks left to live.
The new hire Ethel puts Steve's employee of the month reign in jeopardy.