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Brickleberry is an animated series that follows the misadventures of a motley crew of national park forest rangers. When their fledgling park faces disclosure, a new ranger is enlisted to whip everyone into shape and save the park. The series is being executive produced by our own Daniel Tosh along with comedians Waco O'Guin and Roger Black, who wrote and created the series. In addition to Tosh's helming duties, he'll voice the part of Malloy, a tiny brown bear. Told about the show's greenlight, Tosh said, "This is going to be on TV? I thought this was a comic strip?"
Brand new tv show tells the story about a valiant rangers who must protect a conservancy area called Brickleberry. These guys are the Rangers, and despite the fact that they are very different, they all share one goal â€“ to protect the National Park and its inhabitants. It is a pity but its employees are not want to do it. Naturally, they keep order, but their hasty decisions sometimes lead to dire consequences that threaten all the inhabitants of the reservation areaâ€¦Read more »
In the life of a main characters appeared charming Ethel, but unfortunately, nothing has changedâ€¦ The Rangers of National Park â€œBrickleberryâ€ thought that if they hired an exemplary employee everything will change, and maybe it wonâ€™t close, but it did not happen quite like that. After arriving in the Brickleberry Ethel life has really changed, but this can not be called an improvement, because its main workers still continue to sit back and harm to this National Parkâ€¦Read more »
As you remember, when young and ambitious Ethel moved up to work in Brickleberry, the chances of National Park increased, but still not worth much to hope for luck, because the Rangers are not acting according to the schedule. Employees of Brickleberry are going to increase the amount of tourist through a beauty contest which they hold directly in the conservancy area. Naturally, it was the idea of Ethel, because she thinks that this way will help to attract new tourists, who will talk about â€œBleckleberryâ€ to your friends. Many understand this, and take an active part in the preparations for the event, but not all as good as intendedâ€¦Read more »