The rangers begin making demands when they become fed up with the conditions at the park; After Woody becomes impressed with the computer help desk workers in India, he decides to outsource the ranger positions to 'dot-bots.'
The rangers discover that Steve wears a toupee while they prepare for the annual Ranger Ball; in an effort to re-grow his hair and feel better about himself, Steve becomes Bigfoot which makes him a celebrity.
The dam that holds back Brickleberry River is destroyed by fireworks set off in honor of Woody's birthday. The park floods and the rangers, along with the rest of the survivors, must re-form society on the island.
Brickleberry is finally allowed to compete in the annual Ranger Games again, and hopefully unseat Yellowstone; even though Steve shows that he is good at something, that doesn't stop Woody from bringing in a ringer who turns out to be a terrorist.
Ethel brings the governor to Brickleberry for a political rally and Woody upsets her. When the rangers wake up the following morning to a superhighway running through Brickleberry, Woody sets out to unseat the governor.
Woody tries to create the biggest carbon footprint ever while Ethel counteracts his behavior by becoming Amish with Connie. Meanwhile, Steve develops psychic powers and Denzel tries to help Malloy overcome his fear of cows.