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Comedy series about small-town Saskatchewan life focuses on a gas-station attendant and his interaction with local residents.
19 Episodes 2006 - 2007
Karen offers to cut Brent's hair; Hank reneges on a promise he made to Lacey; Davis wants Oscar to replace his car's loud muffler.
A radio DJ impersonates Brent on his show, with embarrassing results; Lacey's new delivery service gets an overwhelming response.
Hank installs a new digital thermostat for Oscar and Emma; Karen takes Lacey to task for disobeying a local yield sign; Brent tries to figure out how tall Wanda is.
Brent and Lacey mentor high-school students in a job-shadow program, with mixed results; Hank gets a fondue pot; Emma decides to be nicer to Oscar.
Oscar wants to help Hank and Brent tear down a barn; Davis hires Wanda to photograph him on the job; Lacey is frustrated with Emma.
Davis is jailed as part of a fund-raiser organized by Karen; Lacey attempts to improve Corner Gas; Wanda tries to fix Emma and Oscar's toilet.
Karen must make a speech for the local police association; Hank pursues his dream of becoming a rodeo clown; Lacey takes Oscar's place as Emma's bridge partner.
Hank starts a blog at Brent's suggestion; Lacey competes with Oscar in a game of horseshoes; Wanda assists Davis with his taxes.
Brent becomes an outsider when a global-positioning device leaves Corner Gas out of Dog River; Hank's new job impacts Emma and Oscar; Karen teaches Davis about practical jokes.
Emma gives piano lessons to Davis and Wanda; an air pump comes between Oscar and Brent at Corner Gas; Lacey breaks her arm.
Oscar sells cookies with Karen's help; Brent experiences feelings of nostalgia when Emma gives his childhood toys to Hank; Davis upsets Lacey by ordering from the kids' menu.
Hank proves to be a better son than Brent on Mother's Day; Lacey pokes fun at Davis because he can't wink; Wanda tries to assemble a Swedish-made hutch for Karen.
Oscar becomes a census taker to pay for Emma's damaged shrubbery, which becomes problematic when he's paired with Hank, who prefers working alone. Elsewhere, Lacey believes she's uncovered a scandal.
Brent and Karen compete on a table hockey game that Davis bought for the police station; Lacey nominates Emma as a "Woman of Distinction."
Hank sports cargo pants; Karen and Tracy develop a habit of borrowing things from each other; Oscar, Emma and Wanda plot to scare Brent since he has never seen a horror movie.
Wanda tries to make amends for breaking Emma's potato bowl; Hank improves his storytelling skills at Brent and Lacey's expense; Oscar, Karen and Davis form a secret club.
Hank devises a slogan for a police car, prompting an ill-advised course of action for Oscar; Brent breaks his glasses, leading him to consider laser eye surgery.
Wanda and Lacey swap jobs to see whose is worse; Hank clings to a good-hair day; Davis goes camping with Brent and Oscar on their annual trip.
Wanda lands a weekly guest spot on a news program; Hank improves tourism in Dog River, but with unforeseen consequences; Davis becomes a body guard.