Brickleberry is one of the few good cartoons left. It follows six characters: Woody Johnson, Malloy the bear cub, Ethel Anderson, Steve Williams, Connie Cunaman, and Denzel Jackson. Woody is the cruel boss at Brickleberry, who treats his employees like trash. Malloy's parents were killed by a "crazy tourist" (really Steve), and enjoys video games, junk food, and ruining other's self esteem. Ethel is a caring, recovering alcoholic (one of the reasons I put positive role models at the top), who loves animals. Steve is the main ranger. He is an arrogant, narcissist, who usually only looks out for himself, but he does care about his friends. Connie is a butch lesbian ranger, who is objectified because of her sexual preferences, but manages to stay strong, and accepts herself as she is (another reason I put positive role models). Denzel is an african-american worker, who hates nature, therefore his job. All of the characters have major flaws (even Connie and Ethel). Woody was abused by his father, after the passing of his mother, and takes pent-up rage out on his workers. Malloy is very, very mean. He constantly says the cruelest things imaginable to the workers at Brickleberry, and to his guardian, Woody. Ethel (as I said) was an alcoholic, who was fired from Yellowstone park for being drunk on the job. She also has a strange fetish for killing animals (discovered after putting a suffering dear out of its misery, and starts killing animals for pleasure. Steve is a racist narcissist, who treats Denzel as a black stereotype (even though he's Denzel's best friend). Connie is literally insane. She drew a face on her hand, and talked to it, and has been traumatized after killing all of her fellow U.S. Seals in training. This isn't her fault, but she's also traumatized by her homophobe parents who disowned her for being gay. She became pretty messed up. Denzel has a strange fetish for elderly women, which gets him in trouble, and is a black stereotype. On a sex content rating, i'd give it 5 of 5. For language, 5 of 5. For violence, 4 of 5. For dugs and alcohol, 3 of 5. And 1 of 5 for positive role models. It's a very good show, it's just way over the top.