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Destiny brought Woody and I together. Nobody's gunna get in the way of our love and if you try, I WILL F***ING KILL YOU!
~ Astral

Astral is a minor antagonist in Brickleberry, only appearing in the episode "Woody's Girl". She is a creepy cult follower who Woody Johnson fell in love with.


In "Woody's Girl", Astral taught yoga classes that Woody Johnson]] went to. While trying to meditate, Woody freaked out and accidentally slaughtered everybody in the room except for Astral, who was attracted b the fact of Woody murdering everybody. Astral became Woody's girlfriend.

The next day at work, Woody had become completely calm and peaceful because of his new girlfriend, Astral. Woody said that he would be taking a leave of absence and passing on his job as the leader to Ethel Anderson.

Astral and Woody did some naked meditation together while Malloy was trying to play video games. Malloy was very annoyed by this, but Astral wanted to be friends with Malloy so she offered him some art using feces, which he found disgusting. Malloy was especially unhappy to hear she'd be moving in. Woody assured him he wouldn't even notice they were there. Cut to Malloy trying to make a sandwich, while Woody and Astral had sex extremely loudly in the next room over.

Later, Astral told Woody that she was going to be a part of Woody's and his life now but Malloy let her know that she was just one of Woody's many girlfriends who would be leaving soon because of his torture. Astral grabbed Malloy by the fur and viciously threatened to kill him if he tried to get in the way of her love with Woody and then punched him across the room, giving him a black eye. Astral left and Malloy insulted her. Astral came back and was about to beat him up again but stricken with fear, Malloy started being nice to her.

The next day at breakfast, Malloy tried to warn Woody about how Astral was an abusive woman, but Astral took out a knife behind Woody's back and made a murderous gesture at Malloy, scaring him into keeping his mouth shut. She also decapitated a teddy bear to spook him a little more.

It was later revealed that Astral was a high figure of a cult, where they worship an alien god called Lortarjizzian, which Woody was quickly accepted into.

Astral later told Malloy that she and Woody would be jumping off Brickleberry Cliff so that they would ascend to a new world with Lortarjizzian. Malloy tried desperately to warn Woody about Astral but he didn't listen.

Astral took Woody to Brickleberry Cliff, where a bunch of cult followers jumped off the cliff, expecting a biaviian mothership to pick them up and take them away to a heavenly plane that would give them whatever they wanted. Astral convinced Woody to go along with it by jumping with her.

Woody jumped off the cliff with Astral but Malloy flew in with a jetpack and saved Woody, leaving Astral to die herself. However, it turned out that Astral's crazy cult was right as the biaviian mothership rose up, carrying all the cult followers inside. They were in a perfectly utopian party, where they got everything they wanted. Astral was very quick to move on, as she was seen giving oral sex to another man. Woody screamed and yelled and tried to get the ship to come back for him but the ship flew off, taking Astral away to an alternate dimension forever.



  • Astral believes in a biaviian mothership, following the belief in an alien species called "biaviians", who piloted a spaceship called the "mothership of tan", fathomed by self-proclaimed alien contactee Riley Martin, who spread his beliefs in these aliens and other celestial conspiracy theories with his radio show The Riley Martin Show and his book, The Coming of Tan. Astral's cult chanted "O-Qua Tangin Wann", which is the name of the leader of the biaviian aliens, though most people simply refer to him as "Tan". In the case of Astral's cult, they refer to him as "Lortarjizzian".
    • When Riley Martin saw the show reference to him and his cult, he tried to file a lawsuit against Brickleberry for defamation. Showrunner Roger Black made an appeal, saying that offending Riley Martin was not his intent. The reason he referenced his cult in the episode was to pay tribute to him, as both of them used to be recurring guests on The Howard Stern Show together, which is what kicked off both of their respective rises to fame. To show there was no bad blood, Roger even offered him a guest role on an upcoming episode, which Riley turned down. Ultimately, Riley never followed through with said lawsuit as it would have been a lot of work inevitably just get discarded due to it violating the first amendment.


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Woody Johnson | Steve Williams | Malloy | Denzel Jackson | Connie Cunaman | Ethel Anderson

Recurring Characters
Bobby Possumcods | BoDean Lynn | Dr. Kuzniak | Jorge | Firecracker Jim | Anita Johnson | Flamey the Bear | Hobo Larry | Angel Dust | Reverend Rosty | Phil | Asher | Ku Klux Klan | Fat Little Asian Boy | Yucko the Clown

One-Time Characters
Nikolai | Ivan | Squabbits | Pita | Jesus Hates Homos Church | Kirk Sanders | Krogg | Duke Dick | Brickleberry Ghost | Astral | Aubrey | Freakshow Ringmaster | Magnus Blickensderfer | Ken | Lucy Anderson | Hubert Anderson | Brant | Moose Nazir | Joe Wolf | Gary Raccoon | Neil Deer | Cool Friends Gang | Warden Tiny Smalls | Meat Hammer | Latin Kings | Dr. Kurt Thoreau | Indian Tribe | Super Rape | Satan | Father Quinn | Donnie Cunaman | Barack Obama | Caucasian Club | Russ Rowland | Chang | Manslaughter McGill | Tammy Jane | Shawn Kemp | Gay Mafia | Jack Abowski | Sea Monkey | Todd Ford | Jimmy Wisniewski | Officer Briggs | Satan's BFFs | Rodney | Pope Francis | Inner-City Delinquents | Woody Johnson Inc. | Alien Cows | Lieutenant Cow | Dr. Moozniak | Poachmaster General | Tom Selleck

Bouvine Overlord | Future Bobby | Jesus Jackson | Adolf Hitler | Harry Johnson