Daniel Tosh has been a hot commodity the last couple of years. His show "Tosh.O" on Comedy Central is watched by many in the college-age range. "Tosh.O" is a hilarious show. His new animated comedy, "Brickleberry," is not. "Brickleberry" has "canceled after one season" written all over it, and for good reason.
The show follows five park rangers and an anthropomorphic bear named Malloy at the titular Brickleberry National Park. What ensues is nothing but very raunchy visual jokes and toilet humor. The Constitution is a family newspaper so specific jokes will not be discussed. Just know that Ranger of the Month Steve ate a Cheeto that had been defecated on by a bird. Yeah, it's that kind of show.
The storyline of the pilot followed Steve trying to defend his ranger-of-the-month title from a new ranger named Ethel that had joined the Brickleberry crew after being fired at Yellowstone. Steve spends the whole episode trying to sabotage Ethel's inevitable usurping of Steve's title. Steve finds out from Connie, who stalks Ethel, that Ethel is a recovering alcoholic and was fired from Yellowstone because of it.
If you guessed Steve tries to get Ethel drunk to bring about her downfall, you win.