Brickleberry is a 2012 animated series on Comedy Central, produced by Daniel Tosh. It features a group of incompetent park rangers and their pet bear, Malloy. It is notable for being the first animated series to switch from Flash to traditional animation.
The Ace: Ethel. It gets subverted here and there that she isn't perfect as she shows to be (the first episode reveals that she is an alcoholic and she got fired from Yellowstone for drinking on the job — and not wearing pants to work), but she is still the only person good at their job.
All Gays Are Promiscuous: In one episode, Connie detonates a Gay Bomb and turns everyone gay and her straight. At the same time, those who got affected become hyper sex maniacs while Connie doesn't seem to have much a drive while straight in comparison.
Black Comedy Rape: Malloy staying with a redneck who is a rapist (despite denying it. He has duct tape, chloroform, bondage gear, and, most tellingly, a court order stating that he stay 50 feet away from children and small animals) all because he was starving for junk food. When the other rangers find him, he's stuck on the redneck.
And in "The Dam Show", Denzel gets raped in his sleep by Judy.
Brick Joke: When Steve and Denzel switch ethnicities in episode 5, Denzel asks the doctor if he has any black skin left and he tells him that all he has is Mexican. When the duo get their skin burned off again at the end of the episode they both become Mexican.
Deus ex Machina: In episode 4 when the rangers are about to be killed by the Squabbits Pamela Anderson appears when the rangers need something toxic enough to kill all of the Squabbits from the inside.
Everyone Is Gay: Gay Bomb's effect does this to people. Averted with Malloy though.
Recurring Extra: The rapist from the first episode still shows up despite being arrested for raping Malloy. The guy was only sentenced to pick up trash since molesting a park animal is only a minor offense. On top of that, the guy has a court order stating that he can't be near animals and small children, so he really shouldn't be in the forest in the first place. And on the Squabbits episode, he was shot to death, but on the next episode — where Steve and Denzel have their skin colors switched due to a surgical error, the redneck rapist is alive and fine.
R-Rated Opening: In the first episode, naturally, with all the animals in the park humping each other.
Skewed Priorities: The humans are more interested and focused on the controversies with Steve getting Ethel drunk to win Ranger of the Month rather than attend to Malloy who was just raped from Episode 1. Malloy naturally lampshades it, but pointing out that he was raped and they really should be concerned about that.
Vulgar Humor: The driving force of the show (which has a lot of critics trashing it for being a wannabe South Park). It does not help it airs right afterTosh0, another show of Daniel Tosh fame that revels in this trope.