Countdown to Brickleberry: Premiere Stills

It’s finally here! The series premiere of Brickleberry airs tonight at 10:30/9:30c after an all-new Tosh.0, which means our Countdown has come to a close.

But before we put the Countdown machine in mothballs, we’ve got two more stills from tonight’s episode to share with you. You can stare at them and pretend you’re already watching the show, but you just paused it so you can go to the bathroom.

Countdown to Brickleberry: “Daddy Issues” Stills

The wait is almost over. The series premiere of Brickleberry is tomorrow night at 10:30/9:30c after an all-new Tosh.0!

In the meantime, we’re bringing you more advanced looks at the upcoming season, like these stills from the episode, “Daddy Issues,” which will find the rangers investigating the discovery of several half-eaten goats around the park.

Countdown to Brickleberry: “Hello Dottie” Storyboards

With the Brickleberry premiere right on the horizon, we’ve got just three days left in our Countdown. Today, you get your first look at the upcoming episode, “Hello Dottie,” which finds Woody getting fed up with the other rangers and outsourcing their jobs.

Brickleberry premieres Tuesday at 10:30/9:30c right after an all-new Tosh.0.

Countdown to Brickleberry: “Squabbits” Stills

Today, we’ve got your first glimpses of the upcoming Brickleberry episodes, “Squabbits,” which finds the rangers trying to outdo the competition by creating a cross between a squirrel and a rabbit. 

The series premiere of Brickleberry airs Tuesday at 10:30/9:30c after Tosh.0.

Countdown to Brickleberry: “Two Weeks Notice” Stills

Now that you’ve met all of Brickleberry's main characters, we've got some stills from upcoming episodes to share with you.

First up, the episode “Two Weeks Notice.” As you can see, it features a creepy clown and a shirtless man with a gun, so naturally these images bring back a lot of memories from my prom night.

The series premiere of Brickleberry airs Tuesday at 10:30/9:30c after an all-new Tosh.0.

Countdown to Brickleberry: Meet the Characters - Woody
Rounding out the cast of main characters is Brickleberry's Head Ranger, Woody Johnson. The senior-most employee at the park, Woody comes from a military background and is voiced by Spongebob himself, Tom Kenny.
The series premiere of Brickleberry airs Tuesday at 10:30/9:30c after an all-new Tosh.0.

Countdown to Brickleberry: Meet the Characters - Woody

Rounding out the cast of main characters is Brickleberry's Head Ranger, Woody Johnson. The senior-most employee at the park, Woody comes from a military background and is voiced by Spongebob himself, Tom Kenny.

The series premiere of Brickleberry airs Tuesday at 10:30/9:30c after an all-new Tosh.0.

Countdown to Brickleberry: Meet the Characters - Connie
Voiced by Brickleberry co-creator Roger Black, Connie Cunaman is the park’s other female ranger and is perhaps most notable for her growling vagina.
This of course marks the first growling vagina on basic cable, if you don’t count Bill O’Reilly, which I don’t. I don’t even know why you would suggest such a thing.
Brickleberry premieres Tuesday at 10:30/9:30c right after an all-new Tosh.0.

Countdown to Brickleberry: Meet the Characters - Connie

Voiced by Brickleberry co-creator Roger Black, Connie Cunaman is the park’s other female ranger and is perhaps most notable for her growling vagina.

This of course marks the first growling vagina on basic cable, if you don’t count Bill O’Reilly, which I don’t. I don’t even know why you would suggest such a thing.

Brickleberry premieres Tuesday at 10:30/9:30c right after an all-new Tosh.0.

Countdown to Brickleberry: Meet the Characters - Denzel
We are just one week away from the long-awaited series premiere of Daniel Tosh’s new animated series Brickleberry, and today we’re introducing you to Denzel, the park’s sole African-American employee.
Voiced by Jerry Minor of SNL and Mr. Show, Denzel loves old white women as much as he hates bugs and snakes.
Brickleberry premieres next Tuesday, September 25 at 10:30/9:30c right after Tosh.0.

Countdown to Brickleberry: Meet the Characters - Denzel

We are just one week away from the long-awaited series premiere of Daniel Tosh’s new animated series Brickleberry, and today we’re introducing you to Denzel, the park’s sole African-American employee.

Voiced by Jerry Minor of SNL and Mr. Show, Denzel loves old white women as much as he hates bugs and snakes.

Brickleberry premieres next Tuesday, September 25 at 10:30/9:30c right after Tosh.0.

Countdown to Brickleberry: Meet the Characters - Ethel
Yesterday, you got a look at Steve, Brickleberry's Ranger of the Month for several years running. Today, we're introducing you to the one person who could end that streak. Ethel Anderson is the park’s newest ranger, a transfer from Yellowstone who was raised by adopted Native American parents, and she’s voiced by the wonderful Kaitlin Olson of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia.

Countdown to Brickleberry: Meet the Characters - Ethel

Yesterday, you got a look at Steve, Brickleberry's Ranger of the Month for several years running. Today, we're introducing you to the one person who could end that streak. Ethel Anderson is the park’s newest ranger, a transfer from Yellowstone who was raised by adopted Native American parents, and she’s voiced by the wonderful Kaitlin Olson of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia.

Countdown to Brickleberry: Meet the Characters - Steve
Yesterday, we introduced you to Malloy, the cuddly, potty-mouthed bear cub voiced by Daniel Tosh. And today, we move up to food chain with one of the show’s human characters.
This is Steve Williams. He’s Brickleberry's perpetual Ranger of the Month, and he's voiced by David Herman, who you might recognize as Michael Bolton from Office Space or Slurms MacKenzie (and a bunch of other characters) on Futurama.

Countdown to Brickleberry: Meet the Characters - Steve

Yesterday, we introduced you to Malloy, the cuddly, potty-mouthed bear cub voiced by Daniel Tosh. And today, we move up to food chain with one of the show’s human characters.

This is Steve Williams. He’s Brickleberry's perpetual Ranger of the Month, and he's voiced by David Herman, who you might recognize as Michael Bolton from Office Space or Slurms MacKenzie (and a bunch of other characters) on Futurama.