A Call From the Future - Uncensored
In the middle of his Civil War reenactment, Woody receives news of an unwanted guest.
Connie Cunaman's "Wheel of Fortune"
When Connie kidnaps Pat Sajak, Steve and Ethel become contestants on a twisted version of "Wheel of Fortune" in an attempt to rescue him.
The Cock Song
Denzel lands Steve a gig playing country music at a children's birthday party, but they get in trouble when the audience misinterprets Steve's song about roosters.
Malloy's New Bike - Uncensored
Malloy fumes after Woody gives him the wrong kind of bike, and Steve realizes he hasn't accomplished anything in his life.
Woody visits Hazelhurst Elementary to tell the children about his acts of heroism during the Iraq War.
The Secretary's Ultimatum
The secretary of the interior warns the rangers that there will be serious consequences if the conditions at Brickleberry don't improve.
We Got a Nutjob - Uncensored
While completing his court-mandated community service at the Hazelhurt Mental Hospital, Woody accidentally convinces one of the doctors that he's insane.
Denzel's Dating Advice - Uncensored
When the rangers go out drinking, Denzel helps Steve with his crush on Ethel, Woody gets wasted, and Malloy receives some unwanted attention from a dog.
A river sweeps Connie and Denzel up in its current and transports them to an island, where they may not be alone.
Klan Man - Uncensored
After uncovering an old advertisement for novelty products, Malloy calls to see if they're still for sale.
The Start of a Beautiful Friendship - Uncensored
While downing Goldschlager at Epstein's Bar, Woody discovers that he and the mayor of Hazelhurst have a lot in common.
Woody's Colonoscopy - Uncensored
Woody finds out that there's no one willing to pick him up from the doctor's office.
Harold's Retirement Party
The staff gathers at Epstein's Bar to celebrate a ranger who was stationed on lookout duty for 20 years straight.
Woody casts a new recruitment video for the park, and Steve gets an unwelcome surprise.
The Steve Offensive
After receiving a pep talk from his father's ghost, Steve comes up with a plan to rid Brickleberry of its biker problem.
Steve Protects the Environment
Denzel relishes his downtime during an uneventful patrol, but Steve is itching for an opportunity to fight crime.
The Tribal Shield
Woody announces that Camp Brickleberry will be reopening for business, and Steve remembers why he can't be trusted with children.
While Woody gives the kids a tour of Camp Brickleberry, Steve keeps his troop inside to protect them from the dangerous outdoors.
Global Warming Is Bulls**t
Woody shows Ethel how little he cares for her environmentalism by staging a pollutant-heavy parade.