Woody disregards the warnings about global warming and decides to make his carbon footprint as big as possible.
After 15 years, Brickleberry National Park reopens its youth camping program.
Woody becomes a celebrity when he develops a hemorrhoid that resembles Jesus, while Steve becomes a police officer, realizing a lifelong dream.
Denzel is transferred to a remote fire tower; Ethel is wary of a new female ranger.
Ethel's extreme measures to safeguard the young bear's future introduces Malloy to the uglier side of wildlife preservation just as Woody's reckless wager with the crackhead mayor of Hazelhurst puts the park's very future in jeopardy.
Ethel becomes pregnant after getting drunk and sleeping with Steve, while the other rangers get sent to a mental hospital.
Woody is demoted by the visiting Secretary of the Interior; Denzel gives up smoking marijuana and feels like a new man.
Steve becomes a gay country and western singer and song writer and Malloy gets his wish to be a big bear.
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.