List of Corner Gas episodes
All seasons, 1 to 6, are available on DVD. The Season 1–5 DVDs came out in the fall after the next season had begun airing, but Season 6 was released on June 9, 2009, only two months after the series finale.
|Season||Episodes||Originally aired||DVD release dates|
|Season premiere||Season finale||Region 1||Region 2||Region 4|
|1||13||January 22, 2004||April 28, 2004||October 19, 2004||October 6, 2009||April 4, 2007|
|2||18||October 5, 2004||March 28, 2005||September 27, 2005||October 6, 2009||July 15, 2009|
|3||19||September 19, 2005||March 20, 2006||October 3, 2006||N/A||July 14, 2010|
|4||19||September 18, 2006||March 12, 2007||September 18, 2007||N/A||N/A|
|5||19||September 24, 2007||April 21, 2008||October 7, 2008||N/A||N/A|
|6||19||October 13, 2008||April 13, 2009||June 9, 2009||N/A||N/A|
Season 1 (2004)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Canadian viewers
|1||1||"Ruby Reborn"||David Storey||Brent Butt & Mark Farrell||January 22, 2004||1.211|
Lacey Burrows (Gabrielle Miller), a big city girl from Toronto, moves into the small community of Dog River to run her late aunt's coffee shop. When changes are made to the shop, Hank Yarbo (Fred Ewanuick) begins to protest. Next door at Corner Gas, Brent Leroy (Brent Butt) starts renting videos at his gas station, much to the disapproval of his father, Oscar (Eric Peterson). Meanwhile police officers Davis Quinton (Lorne Cardinal) and Karen Pelly (Tara Spencer-Nairn) have a disagreement on their patrol car numbers.
|2||2||"Tax Man"||David Storey||Brent Butt & Mark Farrell||January 29, 2004||1.064|
When a tax man comes to audit the Corner Gas business records, Brent's dad Oscar and friend Hank immediately plot revenge by devising a fool-proof plan to humiliate the auditor. Unfortunately for Hank and Oscar, Emma's excellent record-keeping throws the whole clock-work operation into chaos and Hank learns you should not carry out a humiliation plan after you have been drinking. Meanwhile, Lacey's big city approach to selling coffee does not fly with the locals.
|3||3||"Pilates Twist"||David Storey||Mark Farrell & Paul Mather||February 4, 2004||1.144|
Lacey offers free Pilates classes to the people of Dog River but the town is strangely hostile to the idea. Then Brent and Hank's fashion worlds collide; Dog River's not big enough for two sharp-dressed men, so Hank comes up with a way of making sure they never steal each other's fashion thunder again. Meanwhile, Brent's dad Oscar takes steps to avoid being buried in a cheap looking coffin.
|4||4||"Oh Baby!"||Henry Sarwer-Foner||Brent Butt & Andrew Carr||February 11, 2004||1.098|
|In an effort to impress Lacey, Brent agrees to babysit Wanda's troubled six-year-old, Tanner, and the town takes an unusual interest in the outcome, gambling on what happens to him. Brent uses his time with Tanner to develop his nurturing side but the results are painful, mostly for Brent. Eventually Lacey does come to Brent's rescue but not for the reasons Brent thinks. Meanwhile Oscar does his best not to destroy the gas station in Brent's absence and Hank tries to deal with his own disturbing memory of babysitting Wanda's kid.|
|5||5||"Grad 68"||Rob King||Mark Farrell & Paul Mather||February 18, 2004||1.133|
A poorly spray-painted "Grad 68" on the Dog River water tower has been an eyesore for years. But when rookie cop Karen makes it her mission to crack the graffiti cold case, she finds many of the locals united in a mysterious conspiracy of silence. Meanwhile, Brent throws Dog River into chaos when he tries to end the confusion over the gas station's new bathroom signs. And when Lacey's column is rejected by the town newspaper, she becomes desperate to be published, especially after hearing the paper usually takes anyone.Guest stars: Julie Stewart
|6||6||"World's Biggest Thing"||David Storey||Brent Butt||February 25, 2004||1.213|
|Realizing that other prairie towns have attracted tourists by erecting giant statues of eggs, moose and magpies, Dog River decides it should put up its own big tourist magnet. The question is what. Finally the mayor's grandmother comes up with the perfect landmark. The only problem is the name of the landmark has an unfortunate double meaning. But who can argue with the mayor's grandmother? Meanwhile, Brent's dad Oscar gets help from some head cheese to stop a love-struck admirer from ruining his marriage.|
|7||7||"All My Ex's Live in Toronto"||Henry Sarwer-Foner||Mark Farrell||March 3, 2004||1.343|
When Lacey's ex-fiance from Toronto comes to visit, the people of Dog River take matters into their own hands to protect Lacey from her past. Unfortunately the town's crack system for tracking intruders has a few glitches. Meanwhile Emma uses strong-arm tactics to get her husband to the doctor; the town's policewoman, Karen, gets to know her billy stick; and just about everyone gets a tour of the police station's new interrogation room.
|8||8||"Cousin Carl"||Rob King||Chris Finn||March 10, 2004||1.161|
Brent's successful cousin Carl, now working in England, comes back to visit Dog River and everyone seems to love him except for Brent. After a while, even Brent fears his loathing of Carl might be misplaced. Thankfully at the town's talent show, Brent's fears of misplaced dislike are put to rest when Carl proves himself less than perfect. Meanwhile Davis' love of puppetry turns sour after the talent night and Oscar finally figures out a way to make some money from his old beer bottles.
|9||9||"Cell Phone"||Rob De Lint||Paul Mather||March 17, 2004||1.051|
|When Brent gets a new cell phone, Davis is determined to keep up with him technologically. Then Lacey tries to join the town's exclusive Chamber of Commerce by proving to Dog River that she's got community spirit. When she learns that one of the town's historic landmarks could be torn down, she jumps into action, not realizing there might be a good reason for it. Meanwhile, over at the bar, Hank wonders what actually goes on in the "Chamber" of Commerce and Oscar develops a passion for stuffed toy bunnies.|
|10||10||"Comedy Night"||Mark Farrell||Brent Butt & Mark Farrell & Paul Mather||March 24, 2004||1.113|
Brent develops a grudge for an out-of-town comedian who performs at a comedy night in Dog River. Hank, on the other hand, is star struck with the guy and arranges to be the M.C. for the night. Unfortunately, Hank gets a little carried away after Lacey gives him a crash course in heckler management. Meanwhile, the women's book club of Dog River expands its reading list when they recruit a man. 
|11||11||"Hook, Line and Sinker"||David Storey||Iain McLean & Paul Mather & Mark Farrell||March 31, 2004||1.307|
To drum up business, Brent gets a sign to put up catchy slogans outside the gas station and coffee shop, but Lacey is not crazy about his pithy catch phrases, like "eat at the Ruby and get gas". Meanwhile Brent and Emma worry about Oscar's memory after Oscar keeps misplacing his can of Alphagetti. Finally, Karen is forced to go on a fishing trip alone with Hank when Davis claims to have to see an 'aroma-therapist', which turns the town on end after seeing the outcome on the sign outside the station.
|12||12||"Face Off"||Rob De Lint||Brent Butt & Andrew Carr||April 21, 2004||1.122|
As they kick off their season against a rival team from Stonewood, the local Dog River hockey team finds itself at a crossroads. Brent is a great goalie and is being taken for granted by his teammates, so when an offer from the rival team comes his way, he has to seriously consider his options. Meanwhile the other players are having trouble scoring and might need to take some advice from an unlikely hockey expert. Then team super-fan Emma learns the hard way that you should never mix cars, your husband and a hammer on game night.
|13||13||"I Love Lacey"||David Storey||Brent Butt & Mark Farrell & Paul Mather||April 28, 2004||1.099|
|On their way to the Grey Cup in Regina, the gang from Dog River hit a few snags. Emma and Wanda get physical with a cashier while shopping at their favourite store. Oscar and Hank visit Oscar's crazy old buddy who's not quite the partner he used to be. Karen and Davis try to buy tickets from a scalper. Lacey discovers that getting roadside assistance is not that simple when you are traveling with a guy who runs a gas station. Meanwhile Brent realizes there may be more to his relationship with Lacey than he thought.|
The DVD features all of these episodes in 1.33:1 Full Frame, with Dolby Digital 5.1 or 2.0 Sound. There is a scene select for each episode. Special Features include Commentaries, Biographies for each of the eight main cast members, the seven 30 second show promos that were shown on CTV before the premiere, a blooper reel, a Behind-the-Scenes featurette with interviews with the cast and crew, a Weblink to the Corner Gas website, and the web site's Perfect Pump Game in ROM format.
Season 2 (2004/05)
|Episode Number||Title||Writer(s)||Director||Original airdate||Production code|
|14||"The Brent Effect"||Brent Butt & Mark Farell||David Storey||October 5, 2004||2-01|
After flirting with romance on a trip to the Grey Cup, Lacey confronts Brent but misjudges his take on the relationship. And the town’s for that matter. Meanwhile Karen launches a full investigation after reports of gunfire around town, only to discover it may be an inside job. And Emma is on the warpath when the money she was saving for a new blender disappears right before Oscar turns up with his latest toy.DVD Commentary: Brent Butt, Gabrielle Miller
|15||"Wedding Card"||Mark Farell & Paul Mather||Rob De Lint||October 12, 2004||2-02|
Brent is shocked to find out his parents never married. But things are set straight when Oscar and Emma are talked into a splashy nuptial ceremony by an unlikely wedding planner. Meanwhile Hank disputes Brent’s ownership of a Darryl Sittler rookie card he claims he won when they were kids. And Lacey makes it her personal mission to help Oscar with an embarrassing problem he’s not aware that he has.
|16||"Smell of Freedom"||Paul Mather & Kevin White||Rob De Lint||October 19, 2004||2-03|
Davis regains his sense of smell in a freak but fortuitous accident. It’s a beautiful new world, until the smell of his fellow officer proves too much. Meanwhile Brent realizes just how little he knows about his fellow Dog Riverites and scrabble champ Lacey is challenged by an unlikely – some would say inarticulate – wordsmith.DVD Commentary: Brent Butt, Fred Ewanuick, Janet Wright
|17||"Whataphobia"||Brent Butt & Mark Farell||David Storey||October 26, 2004||2-04|
Lacey’s birthday party is ruined when her deepest fear reveals itself. But then it turns out everyone in town has their own unique fears. Everyone that is except Wanda. So Brent and Hank make it their mission to figure out what freaks her out. Meanwhile, Oscar tries to prove to Emma that he can cook which unexpectedly leads to illicit meetings with Karen. And Hank and Lacey both prove to be pretty bad liars.DVD Commentary: Brent Butt, Eric Peterson, Tara Spencer-Nairn
|18||"Lost and Found"||Paul Mather & Kevin White||Rob De Lint||November 2, 2004||2-05|
With some grunt work ahead at his cousin’s farm, Hank is desperate to call in a favour from Brent to help him. The only problem is Brent does not owe him any favours and Brent’s going to make sure it stays that way. Brent even enlists Lacey’s help, only to find out that in a favour war, you have to choose your allies carefully. Meanwhile Karen drives everybody crazy with her new hacky-sack and Oscar is thrilled when he finds a perfectly good pair of pants in the ditch.DVD Commentary: Paul Mather, Kevin White, Andrew Carr
|19||"Poor Brent"||Mark Farell & Paul Mather||David Storey||November 9, 2004||2-06|
|Brent enters into the final stage of manhood by buying a big-screen television. He knows this sort of thing can attract a lot of envy, so he’s surprised to find he’s suddenly the object of pity among his friends. Then Lacey makes the mistake of buying some handmade jewelry from Wanda, realizing you can put a price on friendship. And Oscar and Emma engage in a battle of petty revenge after Oscar criticizes Emma for never putting the lid back on the sugar bowl.|
|20||"Hero Sandwich"||Brent Butt & Andrew Carr||David Storey||November 23, 2004||2-07|
|Lacey learns what it means to be a victim of success when she invents a new sandwich that becomes a little too popular. Then a spike in traffic convinces the town’s mayor to install a traffic light. To pay for it he orders Karen and Davis to crack down on jaywalkers. Hank and Oscar engage in civil disobedience as Brent tries to broker a deal with the pro-traffic light faction to bring peace back to the street of Dog River. Finally, Wanda is excited to get a tattoo until Emma offers to help her design it.|
|21||"Security Cam"||Brent Butt & Mark Farell||Trent Carlson||November 30, 2004||2-08|
When Brent installs a security camera at Corner Gas, he is not prepared for the private moments caught on tape. Two unlikely conspirators hatch a plan to deal with the camera, and Hank sees the chance to fulfill a lifelong dream when Davis gets a new stun gun. Meanwhile Oscar and Emma’s romantic getaway to a fancy resort convinces them there’s no place like home.DVD Commentary: Brent Butt, Lorne Cardinal, Nancy Robertson
|22||"Bingo Night"||Brent Butt & Andrew Carr||Rob De Lint||December 7, 2004||2-09|
At bingo night, Wanda steps in after the regular bingo caller takes a tumble. She’s a hit with everyone except Emma who takes drastic steps to restore her winning streak. Meanwhile Lacey learns that her good old-fashioned home cooking cannot compete with the chemically-preserved “road cookies” Brent sells at Corner Gas. And, Karen is temporarily suspended from the police force and spends her days hanging out with Brent leaving Hank to wonder what his role is.Guest stars: Frank Adamson
|23||"Mosquito Time"||Mark Farell & Paul Mather||Trent Carlson||December 14, 2004||2–10|
|Mosquitoes hit the town hard and only Hank seems unaffected. Lacey finally gets a chance to participate in a genuine Dog River activity by contributing to the town’s less than impressive time capsule. And Oscar goes back to work at Corner Gas which irritates Wanda, puzzles Emma and sends Brent running to the Ruby, where Lacey’s new serve-yourself coffee carafes prove troublesome.|
|24||"Hurry Hard"||Brent Butt & Mark Farell||David Storey||January 17, 2005||2–11|
The Leroy family has long been a proud and ineffective curling dynasty but this year a schism in the ranks has Brent and Oscar skipping different rinks. Then when a local senior’s hip replacement creates a shortage of female curlers, Lacey finds herself the hottest rookie prospect in the league. Meanwhile Karen is put in charge of safeguarding the famed curling trophy — the Clavet Cup — which turns out to be harder than she thought.Guest stars: Randy Ferbey, Dave Nedohin
|25||"An American in Saskatchewan"||Mark Farell & Paul Mather||David Storey||January 24, 2005||2–12|
Hank is asked to be Dog River’s goodwill ambassador and show an American tourist around. Turns out Hank is not the best choice and Brent is called in to clean up. Then a new automated teller machine at the liquor store draws a loyal following, (but not for the machine or insurance) leaving Lacey to wonder where all her customers have gone. Emma then goes crazy when she gets power after being nominated to be "leader of the ATM people". And in an effort to learn French, Karen tries to immerse herself in Dog River’s rich but non-existent francophone community.Guest stars: Mark McKinney
|26||"Pandora's Wine"||Paul Mather & Kevin White||Jeff Beesley||February 7, 2005||2–13|
|Lacey brings nice wine to dinner at the Leroy home. Unfortunately for Oscar and Emma it opens a door to the wine world that never should have been opened. Meanwhile Hank’s life is turned upside down when he wins the lottery. And despite warnings from Brent and Wanda, Karen makes the mistake of talking Davis into getting new shoes.|
|27||"Doc Small"||Mark Farrell & Paul Mather||Jeff Beesley||February 14, 2005||2–14|
Lacey gets the job of convincing a good-looking young doctor to set up shop in town. But Lacey and the rest of Dog River get less than they bargained for when the doctor arrives and she turns out to be a small town hick. Then Hank has to find a place to crash while his house is getting fixed, setting off a chain reaction of house swapping as people try to avoid living with him. Finally Brent is annoyed when he inadvertently winds up with what might be a counterfeit 100 dollar bill only to find it has a positive effect on his life.Guest stars: Aurora Browne
|28||"Rock On!"||Brent Butt & Chris Finn||Wendy Hopkins||February 21, 2005||2–15|
Brent, Hank and Wanda resurrect their old high school rock band Thunderface. The local bar owner is thrilled but not for the reasons the band thinks. Meanwhile Davis takes an unusual interest in Oscar’s claim that a famous country and western singer stole his song. And civic-minded Lacey uncovers the dark secret behind Dog River’s name (with Emma constantly trying to stop her). This has been claimed to be Brent Butt's favorite episode.Guest stars: Jack Duffy, Colin James, The Tragically Hip
|29||"Air Show"||Paul Mather & Kevin White||Wendy Hopkins||March 14, 2005||2–16|
A big airshow is on nearby and the people of Dog River are very excited. But Lacey’s breach of airshow protocol has many in town upset. Thankfully with the help of the Snowbirds, Lacey almost manages to make things right. Meanwhile, business at Brent’s gas station hits an unexpected snag while Hank’s new corn stand scheme exceeds all expectations. And after a rash of vandalism, Karen and Davis take to the streets on bikes to do some face-to-face community policing. But Karen is oddly reluctant.Guest stars: The Snowbirds
|30||"Slow Pitch"||Brent Butt & Andrew Carr||David Storey||March 21, 2005||2–17|
|With a little help from Oscar, a friendly slow-pitch game in the local beer league gets a lot less friendly. Armed with an array of secret pitches, Brent is ready to lob his team to victory. But the team could be disqualified if 10th member Lacey does not make it to the diamond in time. Meanwhile Davis and Karen are only too happy to turn a blind eye to drinking on the team’s bench, but they have a harder time ignoring an act of vandalism that they accidentally committed.|
|31||"Harvest Dance"||Brent Butt & Mark Farell||David Storey||March 28, 2005||2–18|
Lacey has just about had it when she finds out about yet another local function that no one invited her to — the Harvest Dance. Is it time for her to stop trying to fit in to Dog River? Meanwhile, Hank falls for a highway worker named Heather. But theirs becomes a forbidden love when the people of Dog River discover something about Heather they just cannot accept. Finally Brent and Oscar scramble for reasons not to eat Emma’s dreaded jelly salad.Guest stars Deanna Milligan
The DVD features all of these episodes in 1.33:1 Full Frame, with Dolby Digital 5.1 or 2.0 sound, with Closed Captioning and Described Video. The episodes are presented with Play All, Episode Select, or Scene Select options. Special Features include Commentaries, E-talk segments: including interviews with the cast and crew, a spa trip with Gabrielle Miller, Nancy Robertson, and Tara Spencer-Nairn, and a humorous tour of the filming locations in Rouleau, SK with Fred Ewanuick, the music video for the song "Capital Cash", from the episode "Rock On", a blooper reel, and a sneak peek Behind-the-Scenes at Season 3.
Season 3 (2005/06)
|Episode Number||Title||Writer(s)||Director||Original airdate||Production code|
|32||"Dress for Success"||Brent Butt & Andrew Carr||David Storey||September 19, 2005||3-01|
Brent starts behaving differently when Wanda wears a skirt to work. Feeling empowered, she tests the limits of her feminine charm, only to find out Brent’s new attitude toward her may not be motivated by her clothes. Meanwhile Oscar and Hank invest imaginary money in the stock market and try not to lose their imaginary shirts. Then Emma comes to the rescue when Lacey’s dishwasher breaks down. But Lacey’s attempts to thank her only make it worse.Guest stars: Pat Bolland
|33||"Key to the Future"||Brent Butt & Mark Farell||David Storey||September 26, 2005||3-02|
|When Hank has dreams that vaguely predict the future, he becomes convinced he’s psychic. Wanda and Brent are skeptical, but they are not above having a little fun with Hank’s powers. That is until one of the predictions comes true for Wanda. Meanwhile, Lacey decides to fix the town’s pothole under Oscar’s misguidance and Davis and Karen learn the hard way about the one place you should never leave your keys.|
|34||"Dog River Vice"||Brent Butt & Paul Mather||Rob De Lint||October 3, 2005||3-03|
When Emma gives Brent flack over his coffee drinking, he vows to quit cold turkey if she quits knitting. As Brent struggles in a caffeine free world, Emma takes up a new pastime with Oscar to counter her knitting needle withdrawal. But the cure may be worse than the addiction. Meanwhile Davis and Karen start a ride-along program that becomes a little too popular and Hank is at the mercy of his new electronic organizer.Guest stars: Ben Mulroney
|35||"Will and Brent"||Brent Butt & Kevin White||Rob De Lint||October 10, 2005||3-04|
|Oscar and Emma become suspicious of Brent when he encourages them to get a will. Brent does damage control, but not before his parents make sure Brent’s inheritance is more punishment than reward after Hank makes it worse. Meanwhile, the town takes a surprising shine to Karen and Davis’ drinking and driving check stops while Lacey’s new bulletin board is enough to drive customers to drink.|
|36||"The Littlest Yarbo"||Brent Butt & Mark Farell||Jeff Beesley||October 17, 2005||3-05|
When a dog finds Hank’s sunglasses, he’s sure that it’s TV’s Littlest Hobo, the fictional dog whose mission it was to help those in trouble. Hank tries to prove his theory only to find he’s not smart enough to outsmart the smartest of dogs. Meanwhile, Brent waffles on the designs for the new travel mugs for Corner Gas and The Ruby; and Davis and Karen’s status in Dog River is threatened when two firefighters named David and Carol show up in town.Guest stars: Shane Bellegarde, Brooke D'Orsay, Gage the Dog
|37||"Mail Fraud"||Brent Butt & Kevin White||Jeff Beesley||October 24, 2005||3-06|
|Every year Brent takes a vacation from Corner Gas. Most envy the way he travels the world on a shoestring budget, but Lacey finds his unique way of globetrotting unhealthy. So much so, she interrupts his trip, breaking a cardinal rule about Brent’s time away. Meanwhile, Karen goes to great lengths to make sure Davis brings more than just napkins to the annual potluck; and Oscar’s experiments with email raise alarms down at cyberspace central.|
|38||"Fun Run"||Mark Farell & Kevin White||David Storey||October 31, 2005||3-07|
Lacey and Wanda start a running group to train for a 10k fun run, but are thrown off when Brent joins and shows the other members a new way to run, race and relax all at the very same time. It may not be much exercise, but it has Lacey eating dust in the big race. Meanwhile, Hank takes his new crossing guard job too seriously and Oscar gets treated differently by everyone in town when he scams handicap plates for his car.Guest stars: Jann Arden, Paul Martin
|39||"Trees a Crowd"||Brent Butt & Paul Mather||Mark Farell||November 7, 2005||3-08|
Brent and Hank stumble across their old tree house, only to be intimidated by the new kids who have taken it over. Shamed into action, Brent and Hank wage war to reclaim the fort, forgetting that if you act like a child, you will be treated like one. Meanwhile, Wanda escapes Davis’ police custody with surprising ease; Lacey sucks at Kung-fu; and Oscar’s in denial when an old friend shows up with lust in her eyes.Guest stars: Shirley Douglas
|40||"Picture Perfect"||Mark Farell & Paul Mather||Rob De Lint||November 14, 2005||3-09|
When people make fun of Brent’s old fashioned camera, he decides to go digital. But going high tech earns him little respect, especially when he forgets to read the instruction manual that came with his new camera. Meanwhile, everyone teams up for a trivia showdown at the hotel and Oscar’s hatred of lawn ornaments comes back to haunt him when a ceramic gnome takes on a life of its own.Guest stars: Ralph Goodale
|41||"Safety First"||Mark Farell & Paul Mather||Rob De Lint||November 21, 2005||3–10|
|Karen has to come up with a colouring book about bike safety. Only problem: Karen cannot draw. That’s where Brent comes in. Another problem: Karen cannot write either. That’s where Wanda comes in. Before long, artistic visions clash, with kid’s bike safety being the biggest casualty. Meanwhile, Hank learns he’s a Libra not a Virgo, forcing him to change his life to match his horoscope; he gets a job as the town's accountant and Davis and Oscar get a taste of life on the rooftop of the Leroy home.|
|42||"Hair Loss"||Brent Butt & Andrew Carr||David Storey||November 28, 2005||3–11|
|When Lacey learns Brent is paranoid about hair loss, she promises to help. Sadly for Brent, her solution only makes things worse by making him smell weird. Then Wanda buys a lamp at an estate auction and sparks a heated standoff at Corner Gas: she’s not the only one who covets the ugly antique. Meanwhile, Oscar develops a hunger for Lacey’s magic tricks at the Ruby and Hank shows off his vast inexperience when it comes to fixing appliances.|
|43||"Ruby Newsday"||Mark Farell & Andrew Carr||Rob De Lint||December 5, 2005||3–12|
Lacey starts a coffee shop newsletter and invites Brent to draw the cartoons. Brent agrees, only to be slammed by Davis and Karen who see his cartoons as personal attacks. His follow-up cartoon only makes matters worse. Then Hank comes up with a way for Lacey to rake in more tips at the Ruby, but when he’s cut out of the profits, he bolts to the competition. Meanwhile, Oscar’s childhood dream of being a paperboy becomes a nightmare for Emma.Guest stars: Lorne Calvert, Vicki Gabereau
|44||"Merry Gasmas"||Brent Butt & Mark Farrell & Paul Mather & Kevin White||David Storey||December 12, 2005||3–13|
Brent must find a way to cope when he finds out that Emma has plans for a traditional Christmas. Lacey has decided to head home to Toronto for the holidays but thanks to weather ends up taking the scenic route which while getting her home does not get her to Toronto. Meanwhile the holiday spirit moves Hank to organize a gift drive for a needy family who seem oddly unappreciative. Meanwhile, Wanda struggles to get her hands on the season’s hottest toy... again and again and again.Guest stars: Gavin Crawford, Roman Danylo, Dan Redican
|45||"Friend of a Friend"||Mark Farell & Paul Mather||David Storey||January 30, 2006||3–14|
Lacey’s friend Connie comes to Dog River and everyone’s surprised by how rude she is. Lacey is skeptical; she thinks the town always treats outsiders with suspicion. So Hank comes up with a covert operation to prove things once and for all. Meanwhile, Wanda and Brent try to keep a Corner Gas rewards card program from spiraling out of control and Davis thinks Karen would make a bad undercover cop despite being a bad one himself.Guest star: Amy Price-Francis
|46||"Block Party"||Paul Mather & Kevin White||David Storey||February 20, 2006||3–15|
|It’s Dog River’s 100th birthday, and Hank wants to pay tribute by building a scale model of the town using Lego blocks. Like any artist, he demands perfection, but when his supply of building material dries up, he’s forced to take desperate measures in the name of art. Meanwhile, the town has a laugh when they learn Karen once excelled in a sport nobody knew existed; and Wanda’s campaign to keep people from celebrating her birthday proves too successful.|
|47||"Physical Credit"||Mark Farell & Paul Mather||Jeff Beesley||February 27, 2006||3–16|
Brent and Lacey battle for the title of who can best keep a secret with Karen stuck in the crossfire. Wanda is angry and perplexed when she is turned down for a credit card, after a company rats on her, especially when she finds out Hank was approved for the same card. Tired of Davis bothering her with Hardy boys books, Karen takes them and gives them to Oscar and has him give them back only if he whips Davis into physical peak; at least according to the standards of the Canada Fitness Award Program.Guest stars: Ken Read
|48||"Telescope Trouble"||Kevin White & Paul Mather||Jeff Beesley||March 6, 2006||3–17|
|The hydraulic door closer at Corner Gas breaks, so Brent takes Lacey’s advice and hires the best door guy in the business to fix it. The repairs go well, but when Brent tries to fine tune the new device on his own, he earns the scorn of a true professional. Meanwhile, Wanda goes to great lengths to protect her new telescope and witness astronomical history while Oscar and Emma drive everyone crazy when they borrow an RV and camp in some unusual places.|
|49||"Bean There"||Paul Mather & Andrew Carr||Brent Butt||March 13, 2006||3–18|
|Dog River’s children’s play park is falling apart, easily making it the most dangerous place in town. So Brent suggests a novel fundraiser to fix the place up: a jelly bean jar contest. The idea takes off, but when those in charge start cutting corners, an innocent jar of candy raises more anger than money. Meanwhile, a convoy of truckers passing through town has Davis reliving trucker/cop movies of yesteryear, and Hank drags Wanda into a web of lies when he joins an exclusive club for people who own Lamborghinis.|
|50||"Road Worthy"||Mark Farell & Paul Mather||David Storey||March 20, 2006||3–19|
|Lacey seeks Brent’s ‘guy knowledge’ to help her buy a car while Davis and Karen experiment with snack foods to avoid stereotypes and expanding waist lines. Wanda takes the brunt of Emma’s criticism for an anniversary gift she got from Oscar when Wanda did not know Emma hated what she suggested.|
The DVD features these episodes in 1.78:1 Letterbox, Dolby Digital 5.1 or 2.0 sound, Closed Captioning, and Descriptive Video. The episodes have Play All, Episode Selection, and Scene Select Options. The W5 Special Report: "Beyond Corner Gas: Tales From Dog River" is included as a bonus feature.
Season 4 (2006/07)
|Episode Number||Title||Writer(s)||Director||Original airdate||Production code|
|51||"Hair Comes the Judge"||Brent Butt||David Storey||September 18, 2006||4-01|
Brent accepts the offer of a haircut from Karen, only to find out that Emma is territorial about who he receives them from. Hank promises to stain Lacey’s deck but does not, forcing Lacey to get Wanda’s help to settle it. And Davis is after Oscar to replace his muffler, which is as loud as it is old.Guest Stars Jake Edwards (radio personality)
|52||"Dog River Dave"||Mark Farell||David Storey||September 25, 2006||4-02|
When a morning radio DJ starts impersonating Brent on his show, Brent tries to prove to the people of Dog River – and especially Oscar — that it’s not actually him. Lacey’s upset when her new delivery service proves more popular than she’d like. And Davis and Karen find out that their work-to-rule campaign is a lot more work than they thought.Guest stars: Cindy Klassen
|53||"Two Degrees of Separation"||Paul Mather||Rob De Lint||October 2, 2006||4-03|
|Hank installs a new digital thermostat for Oscar and Emma, only to be drawn into their battle over the perfect temperature for the room. Karen makes Lacey regret disobeying a local yield sign. And when Davis puts up a security height sticker by the door of Corner Gas, Brent makes it his mission to figure out how tall Wanda is.|
|54||"Just Brent and His Shadow"||Kevin White||Rob De Lint||October 9, 2006||4-04|
|Brent and Lacey mentor a couple of high school students in a job shadow program only to prove they are less than inspirational leaders. Hank gets a fondue pot and inadvertently upsets Davis, an avid fondue enthusiast. And Emma, unnerved by a friend’s recent divorce, decides to be nicer to Oscar with unexpected consequences for Wanda.|
|55||"Demolition"||Andrew Carr||Jeff Beesley||October 16, 2006||4-05|
Hank and Brent’s plan to tear down a local barn is complicated when Oscar insists on getting involved. Davis, determined to become the local paper’s “Newsmaker of the Year,” hires Wanda to take photos of him on the job. And Lacey is frustrated at Emma for having to continually re-manicure her nails.Guest stars: Adrienne Clarkson
|56||"Jail House"||Brent Butt||Jeff Beesley||October 23, 2006||4-06|
In an effort to raise money for charity, Karen locks Davis in the jail cell and will not let him out until she has raised a thousand dollars – a challenge made no less difficult when Hank insists on keeping Davis company. Brent resists Lacey’s attempt to “spruce up” Corner Gas. And Wanda will not let a lack of know-how interfere with her attempt to fix Oscar and Emma’s toilet.Guest stars: Mike Holmes
|57||"I, Witness"||Mark Farell||Mark Farell||October 30, 2006||4-07|
|Following an almost-near-death experience, Hank decides to live out his life-long dream of becoming a “professional” rodeo clown. Karen dreads giving a speech for the local police association on the subject of eyewitness testimony – and Wanda’s help is not helping. Meanwhile Oscar gives up on being Emma’s bridge partner, leaving an unsuspecting Lacey to take his place.|
|58||"Blog River"||Paul Mather||Mark Farell||November 6, 2006||4-08|
Brent regrets convincing Hank to start an on-line blog when he realizes that he’s actually going to have to read it. And when Lacey gets bummed out over a friend’s recent success, the food at the Ruby goes downhill. To take Lacey’s mind off it, Emma invites her to a BBQ but things turn ugly when Lacey takes on Oscar on in a friendly game of horseshoes. Meanwhile Wanda gives Davis a hand with his taxes with expensive results.Guest stars: Ivan Fecan
|59||"Outside Joke"||Brent Butt & Kevin White||David Storey||November 13, 2006||4-09|
|When the police department gets a new global positioning unit, Brent realizes that Corner Gas may not actually be within the town of Dog River. Soon, Brent’s the outsider and Lacey is relishing her new “insider” status. Meanwhile Hank’s new job as the garbage man has Oscar and Emma feeling privacy-invaded. And Karen tries to coach Davis in the ways of a proper practical joke.|
|60||"One Piano, Four Hands"||Robert Sheridan||Jeff Beesley||November 20, 2006||4–10|
|Wanda’s competitive nature comes out when she and Davis both sign up for piano lessons with Emma. Brent and Oscar do battle over a new air pump at Corner Gas. And when Lacey breaks her arm, Hank tries to help her through the recovery process. Meanwhile everyone in town seems eager to sign Lacey’s cast – except, for some reason, Karen.|
|61||"Kid Stuff"||Brent Butt||Jeff Beesley||November 27, 2006||4–11|
|When Emma starts using Brent’s old bedroom as a sewing area, she gives his old toys to Hank to free up space – causing Brent to suddenly feel sentimental. Oscar starts selling cookies door-to-door in an effort to make some extra cash and has a surprisingly eager assistant in Karen. Meanwhile Davis frustrates Lacey by trying to order off the new kid’s menu. And Wanda attempts to be more “folksy” with Corner Gas customers.|
|62||"Mother's Day"||Kevin White||David Storey||January 22, 2007||4–12|
|After neglecting to buy Emma a Mother’s Day present, Brent finds himself trying to get back into her good books by crushing Hank’s efforts to be a better son than he is. This is nothing but good news to Oscar who realizes that he can now get away with pretty much anything. Over at the Ruby Lacey and Davis try to see who can embarrass the other more by bringing up each others inabilities. Meanwhile Karen and Wanda buy a hutch from a Swedish super store and have some problems putting it together.|
|63||"Census Sensibility"||Paul Mather||David Storey||January 29, 2007||4–13|
|When Oscar has to find a way to pay for Emma’s damaged bushes he takes the job as a census taker. The only problem is he’s partnered with Hank, who would prefer to work alone. Meanwhile Wanda and Brent, in an effort to make some extra cash, attempt to sell Meal Replacement bars and a misunderstanding leads Lacey to believe that two of Dog River’s finest are involved in a scandalous affair.|
|64||"The Good Old Table Hockey Game"||Mark Farell||Rob De Lint||February 5, 2007||4–14|
|When Davis buys a table hockey game for the police station Brent and Karen show down to see who is the ultimate champion. Hank, in seeing how Brent is preparing for the big game decides that maybe Karen is a better role model to follow. This is a parody of the Canada-USSR Summit Series. It draws many parallels including Brent's post-game interview, focus on Brent's conditioning and crowd boos. Meanwhile, Lacey, thinking Emma is quite deserving of the award, decides to nominate her as a Woman of Distinction.|
|65||"Lacey Borrows"||Andrew Carr||Rob De Lint||February 12, 2007||4–15|
|When Karen thinks that she and Lacey are past the point of asking to borrow things it becomes open season on each others possessions. Meanwhile Oscar, Emma and Wanda are aghast that Brent has never seen a horror movie and set out to scare the crap out of him. Hank, in an effort to save time getting stuff from his truck, starts wearing cargo pants that can hold everything you could ever need... ever.|
|66||"Potato Bowl"||Andrew Carr & Kevin White||Brent Butt||February 19, 2007||4–16|
|When Wanda accidentally breaks Emma’s famous Potato Bowl the pressure is on for her to amend the situation. Meanwhile Hank tries to become a better story teller by making fun of Brent and Lacey. And Oscar, Karen and Davis start their own secret club.|
|67||"Seeing Things"||Mark Farrell & Robert Sheridan||David Storey||February 26, 2007||4–17|
|Brent decides to try different alternatives to glasses after his break, something Wanda does not quite believe he’s man enough to do. Karen and Davis take advantage of Hank's newfound talent for writing slogans by putting an original on the cop car. The nature of the slogan causes Oscar to take the law into his own hands.|
|68||"Happy Campers"||Paul Mather||David Storey||March 5, 2007||4–18|
|Brent and Oscar have to take Davis on their annual camping trip which makes things more complicated than they would have liked. Hank finds himself with a once-in-a-lifetime good hair day and does his best to hold on to it. And in an effort to prove to each other how difficult their jobs are, Lacey and Wanda decide to switch jobs for a while.|
|69||"Gopher It"||Mark Farell||David Storey||March 12, 2007||4–19|
Hank has an idea to increase tourism to Dog River which causes consequences nobody could have foreseen. Oscar also has an idea but is afraid to bring it forward for fear of being labeled a crazy old man. The newfound popularity of Dog River causes a business boom at Corner Gas and the Ruby as well as Wanda getting a weekly guest spot on popular Canadian news program. Davis tries to work as Fitzy’s personal body guard during the transition while Karen thinks loyal, honest police work is best.Guest Stars: Stephen Harper, Seamus O'Regan, Beverly Thomson
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The DVD features these episodes in 1.78:1 Anamorphic Widescreen, Dolby Digital 5.1 or 2.0 sound, Closed Captioning, and Descriptive Video. The episodes have Play All, Episode Selection, and Scene Select options. Bonus Features include a blooper reel and Mobisodes, seven two minute sketches about the characters.
Season 5 (2007/08)
|Episode Number||Title||Writer(s)||Director||Original airdate||Production code|
|70||"Cable Excess"||Mark Farell||David Storey||September 24, 2007||5-01|
When someone complains that Dog River does not have enough local programming, ideas abound for the next great cable show. Much to Oscar’s chagrin, Brent is selected to choose which idea will be produced, causing everyone to kiss up to Brent. Lacey, Emma and Wanda encounter some creative differences in their show planning, while Hank becomes the subject of Karen and Davis’ new cop program.Guest stars: Steve Cochrane, Sharon Pope
|71||"Spin Cycle"||Kevin White & Dylan Worts||Rob De Lint||October 8, 2007||5-02|
|Karen’s attempt at group exercise turns out to be more than she bargained for when she meets the instructor. Wanda buys a new phone for Corner Gas and Brent enjoys not using it while Oscar uses it too much. Emma is putting together a Dog River calendar which Lacey decides she would like to be a part of, until she finds out what the requirements are.|
|72||"Whiner Takes All"||Andrew Carr||David Storey||October 15, 2007||5-03|
|Lacey thinks golfing with Brent and Hank will be all fun and games until a warning by Brent creates a competitive triangle. Oscar and Emma’s new bed causes Emma to question her dreams. Meanwhile Oscar is just happy with position nine. Karen is appalled when Davis accepts a free meal from Wanda in exchange for services unrendered.|
|73||"Dark Circles"||Brent Butt||David Storey||October 22, 2007||5-04|
Hank tries to freak out the people of Dog River but the result of his prank is a crop circle he did not create. Davis is intrigued by this possible visit by aliens but only Karen knows the whole story. The Leroy home gets a paint job driving Oscar out of the house and causing Emma to question her sanity. An accidental wardrobe change by Brent piques Lacey’s interest. And Wanda takes it upon herself to play matchmaker for Lacey.Guest stars: Christopher Finn
|74||"Wash Me"||Norm Hiscock||Rob De Lint||October 29, 2007||5-05|
|Wanda’s happy when her latest crush gives her his number. But her love life soon hinges on whether Hank washes his truck or not. Meanwhile, Brent starts to question his sense of smell in the presence of Oscar and Emma, and Lacey gives the Ruby an artistic touch-up courtesy of Karen, whose drawings seem to appeal to everyone but Davis.|
|75||"The Eight Samurai"||Gary Pearson||David Storey||November 12, 2007||5-06|
|A committee including Emma and Karen try to find a suitable gift to send to their twin town in Japan. At the same time Emma looks for the misplaced gift they received. Brent reluctantly teams up with Lacey to help make The Ruby and Corner Gas more environmentally friendly. While filling in at the hotel bar, Wanda attempts to become the advice-giving bartender she thinks everyone needs.|
|76||"Buzz Driver"||Brent Butt||Rob De Lint||November 19, 2007||5-07|
|When Oscar is asked to fill in for the school’s bus driver his no-nonsense attitude ends up doing him more harm than good. Hank convinces Lacey to let him do some advertising for the Ruby and Corner Gas gets a shipment of a new energy drink that Wanda cannot get enough of.|
|77||"Classical Gas"||Mark Farell||Rob De Lint||January 14, 2008*||5-08|
Brent meets an extended member of his family that Oscar and Emma never told him about. Wanda tries to prove her intelligence by showcasing her math skills, but not without Karen’s help. Davis’ taste buds are enticed by some changes to the Ruby’s menu. *This Episode was accidentally broadcast by The Comedy Network on December 15, 2007, a full month before it was supposed to first air on CTV.Guest Stars: Biski Gugushe
|78||"Game Set and Mouse"||Brent Butt||David Storey||January 21, 2008||5-09|
|When a mouse finds its way into Corner Gas, Oscar makes it his personal mission to capture and kill it, something Davis is hesitant to let him do. Emma and Karen hear Wanda has injured her back and are quick to rush to her aid, but their methods fall short of successful. Brent and Hank invent a new game but Lacey ruins their fun.|
|79||"Knit Wit of the Month"||Norm Hiscock||Rob De Lint||January 28, 2008||5–10|
|To Wanda’s dismay, Brent refuses to follow Lacey’s example of employee recognition. She seeks appreciation at the Ruby only to find she cannot live up to the title. Hank takes up knitting as a hobby and hounds Emma to teach him a new stitch. Oscar takes over the seniors’ column in the Howler. Karen and Davis decide to help him to keep him off the streets.|
|80||"Top Gum"||Andrew Carr||Rob De Lint||February 4, 2008||5–11|
|Hank and Oscar’s gumballs start selling like hot cakes when Karen joins as a partner. Inspired by Emma, Brent tries his hand at water divination, only to be embarrassed by his findings. Wanda sells a house to Lacey and Davis, who plan to flip it and make a profit when Davis suddenly has second thoughts.|
|81||"The J-Word"||Gary Pearson||Don McCutcheon||February 11, 2008||5–12|
|Brent decides to stop Oscar from saying his favourite word while a psychic tells Lacey some unpleasant news about her future. Davis terrifies himself while trying to re-enact a scene from a movie, forcing Karen to come to his rescue and Emma and Wanda try to organize a non-girly girls party.|
|82||"Outside the Box"||Mark Farell||Don McCutcheon||February 18, 2008||5–13|
|Hank and Davis do everything in their power to stop a call centre from coming to Dog River while Emma gets a job to promote it. Wanda skips work and attends funerals, which Oscar thinks is a great idea. Meanwhile, a suspicious box in Lacey’s house piques the interest of Karen and Brent.|
|83||"Contagious Fortune"||Norm Hiscock & Dylan Worts||Jeff Beesley||March 10, 2008||5–14|
|Lacey has suspicions over the illegal duplication of Dog River money. Hank gets a case of pink eye causing Brent and Wanda to panic in Corner Gas. Karen is frustrated at Davis’ inability to think for himself.|
|84||"No Time Like the Presents"||Kevin White||David Storey||March 17, 2008||5–15|
|Karen and Davis bribe Oscar into telling them what Emma is buying them for Christmas. Lacey thinks that Wanda does not consider her a friend. Confusion ensues when Hank resets his watch in order to be on Daylight Savings Time in Saskatchewan.|
|85||"Coming Distractions"||Norm Hiscock & Gary Pearson||David Storey||March 31, 2008||5–16|
Hank bribes Brent and Davis into taking him to see the latest blockbuster — RaptorMan 2. Emma invites Lacey to join a women’s club even though Lacey has a feeling she might not fit in. Oscar finally gets a sidewalk put in front of his house and Karen is forced to protect it.Guest stars: Duane "Dog" Chapman, Beth Smith Chapman
|86||"The Accidental Cleanist"||Andrew Carr||Brent Butt||April 7, 2008*||5–17|
|Karen and Davis discover Emma’s cleaning habits follow a clear emotional trigger and get her to clean for them. Hank accidentally drops something through the cracks of the Ruby deck only to discover a whole new world underneath it. Brent donates money to the town getting a legacy in return. Oscar feels his legacy is overshadowed causing him to take action and gets one of his own. *This Episode was accidentally broadcast by The Comedy Network on March 29, 2008, a week before it was supposed to first air on CTV|
|87||"Bed and Brake Fast"||Kevin White||David Storey||April 14, 2008||5–18|
Oscar’s new get-rich-quick scheme seems to be flawless until it’s foiled by Emma. Davis starts borrowing Brent’s car without telling him why he’s taking it and Lacey wins Hank’s handyman services at a silent auction, but ends up having to do twice the amount of work because of it.Guest stars: Travis Moen
|88||"Final Countdown"||Kevin White & Norm Hiscock||David Storey||April 21, 2008||5–19|
It's half an hour before midnight when Brent officially turns 40. To help celebrate, Wanda has planned an elaborate fireworks display that goes dangerously wrong when Oscar and Davis help out. Karen tries to keep the peace as Lacey and Emma duel over who should be baking Brent's cake. And Brent's plans for a special night go awry when he discovers that a bottle of vintage scotch he was saving for just this occasion has gone missing, thanks to Hank. (This episode is currently unavailable on Youtube due to copyright issues.)Guest stars: Shirley Douglas (voice), Kiefer Sutherland
The DVD features these episodes in 1.78:1 Anamorphic Widescreen, with Dolby Digital 5.1 or 2.0 sound, Closed Captioning, and Descriptive Video. There are Play All, Episode Selection, and Scene Select options. A blooper reel, the music video for "Not A Lot Goin' On" by Craig Northey and Jesse Valenzuela, and Character Mash-Ups: short "Best-of" montages for each character.
Season 6 (2008/09)
|Episode Number||Title||Writer(s)||Director||Original airdate||Production code|
|89||"Full Load"||Brent Butt||Don McCutcheon||October 13, 2008||6-01|
|When Brent enters a reluctant Lacey into an eating contest, it tarnishes his reputation and results in a very offended Davis. At the Leroys’, Emma’s new MP3 player allows Oscar to get away with a bit too much. Karen’s auctioneering experience pits Hank and Wanda in a battle of vehicles.|
|90||"Bend It Like Brent"||Andrew Carr||David Storey||October 20, 2008||6-02|
|Davis’ decision to take on Brent and Lacey as the sponsors for his soccer team lands him in hot water with the players’ parents. Meanwhile, Karen is spooked out of the police cruiser driver’s seat and enlists Hank’s help getting around town. And when an old tape of Wanda doing television projects for a college broadcast course winds up in Oscar and Emma’s hands, it’s all fun and games until Oscar and Emma find out the last laugh is on them.|
|91||"Self-Serving"||Mark Farrell||David Storey||October 27, 2008||6-03|
|Brent thinks the self-serve option at Corner Gas will make his life easier, until he discovers his customers are enjoying it a little too much. On the other hand, Lacey’s Ruby buffet has her customers working overtime. Wanda’s quest to reclaim her title as Rumour Queen proves disastrous for Karen and Emma, while Hank’s old laptop becomes a hot potato when he tries to sell it to either Oscar or Davis.|
|92||"Meat Wave"||Dylan Wertz||Don McCutcheon||November 10, 2008||6-04|
Hank’s mockery of Brent’s air conditioner temperature lands him in hot water at Corner Gas. Karen and Davis win a meat draw but trouble starts when they have nowhere to store it and trust Oscar and Emma with their stash. Lacey and Wanda unleash their maternal instincts on an unwanted pet left at the Ruby.Guest star: David Suzuki
|93||"All That and a Bag of Chips"||Norm Hiscock||Rob De Lint||November 17, 2008||6-05|
|In spite of Lacey and Davis’s best efforts, Karen is labeled a thief when she forgets to pay for a muffin. Wanda tries to get inside Hank’s head and figure out his new email password, while Brent must put his culinary skills to good use to prove to Oscar and Emma that he is not a freeloading son.|
|94||"Good Tubbin'"||Kevin White||Rob De Lint||November 24, 2008||6-06|
|Lacey is excited about Oscar and Emma’s hot tub party until she discovers she is the only guest in attendance. Davis charms Dog River as their new safety mascot, until Karen dons the suit. Brent tries to crack the mystery of where Hank is staying after damage to Hank’s house leaves him homeless.|
|95||"American Resolution"||Mark Farrell||David Storey||January 12, 2009||6-07|
|Hank, Karen and Wanda's willpower is put to the test when they try to make each other break their new year's resolutions (Wanda must stop eating licorice, Hank gives up comic books, and Karen will jog every day). Davis tries to get out of making coffee at the police station and Brent and Emma teach Oscar a thing or two about being a Canadian citizen.|
|96||"Reader Pride"||Norm Hiscock & Dylan Wertz||Don McCutcheon||January 19, 2009||6-08|
Brent has trouble proving to Lacey and Hank that he's a true Roughriders fan. Davis enlightens Wanda to the unwritten rules of mixed CDs, while Karen volunteers to read books at the seniors' home and has some unlikely fans in Oscar and Emma.Guest stars: Matt Dominguez, Gene Makowsky
|97||"Rock Stars"||Brent Butt||Don McCutcheon||January 26, 2009||6-09|
When Brent decides to learn the guitar, his instructor makes him realize just how uncool he is, and leads Oscar into the path of his childhood nemesis. Wanda takes on a secret identity in a new Howler column much to the suspicion of Lacey and inconvenience of Davis. Hank tries to prove he's stronger than Emma after taking Karen's workout advice.Guest star: Gordon Pinsent
|98||"Shirt Disturber"||Kevin White & Norm Hiscock||David Storey||February 2, 2009||6–10|
Brent and Hank are on the outs after a trip to see their favourite comic book writer goes awry. Lacey's generous donations to the thrift store make the perfect gifts for Karen to celebrate her recent promotion. Oscar and Emma's new home alarm system causes more emergencies than Davis bargained for.Guest stars: Ron Boyd
|99||"Cat River Daze"||Mark Farrell||Jeff Beesley||February 16, 2009||6–11|
When it is announced that Dog River Days has been cancelled, Lacey enlists the help of Davis and Hank to save them. Emma asks Oscar to get rid of the stray cats in her garden, but the task proves more difficult than Oscar thought, and gives Karen a new reputation. Brent fakes an injury in Corner Gas to teach Wanda a lesson.Guest stars: Craig Northey, Odds
|100||"Super Sensitive"||Andrew Carr||Jeff Beesley||February 23, 2009||6–12|
|Davis gets a lesson in sensitivity after Karen is offended by his blonde jokes. Brent and Lacey try to convince Hank that superstitions are fake and Wanda takes on Emma's identity at the Rec Plex realizing that becoming Emma Leroy is not as easy as she thought.|
|101||"TV Free Dog River"||Norm Hiscock & Dylan Wertz||David Storey||March 2, 2009||6–13|
Emma keeps a watchful eye on the citizens of Dog River to ensure the town reigns supreme over Wullerton in "Turn Off Your TV Week". Lacey and Oscar find a profitable way to break the rules and Karen and Davis hit the radio airwaves to help everyone cope. Brent finds a creative way to get through a week of no TV with the help of Hank and Wanda.Guest star: Michael Bublé
|102||"Queasy Rider"||Brent Butt & Kevin White||David Storey||March 9, 2009||6–14|
|Wanda's new way of getting around town brings a European flair to Dog River much to Brent's inconvenience. Lacey tricks Karen and Davis into helping her move. Meanwhile, Hank's new greeting puts him in an awkward situation with Emma and annoys Oscar.|
|103||"R2 Bee Too"||Norm Hiscock||Don McCutcheon||March 16, 2009||6–15|
|Jealous of Hank's new toy robot, Davis places an order online but is surprised when his robot arrives. Despite Emma’s warning, Lacey's quest to expand Brent's culinary horizons turns Brent into a food critic from hell. Wanda suits up to help Oscar combat a beehive.|
|104||"Crab Apple Cooler"||Andrew Carr||Don McCutcheon||March 23, 2009||6–16|
|Brent and Hank decide to take a trip down memory lane stealing crab apples from a neighbour’s yard that gets Hank in trouble. No one wants Oscar on their charades team, until he proves his skills. Davis and Wanda find reasons to write angry complaint letters to companies in hopes of getting free stuff.|
|105||"Happy Career Day to You"||Kevin White & Dylan Wertz||Brent Butt||March 30, 2009||6–17|
|When Emma inadvertently finds herself a substitute teacher at the elementary school she asks Karen and Wanda to talk to the kids about their careers, causing tension to erupt. Lacey's attempt to make the Ruby more birthday friendly goes too far. Meanwhile, Brent and Hank panic after they suspect Oscar has eaten a thirty-year-old snack cake.|
|106||"Get the F Off My Lawn"||Norm Hiscock & Kevin White||David Storey||April 6, 2009||6–18|
Lacey and Davis are on the hunt after two of the letters in the "CAFE" sign are blown off the roof during a bad windstorm. Wanda's demands for more rights at Corner Gas lead to unexpected opportunities for Hank and more headaches for Brent. Meanwhile, Oscar worries about Emma after Karen's pick in a jam contest.Guest star: Brad Wall
|107||"You've Been Great, Goodnight"||Brent Butt & Kevin White||David Storey||April 13, 2009||6–19|
|Series Finale: Brent's mysterious disappearances every Wednesday night have the whole town talking. When it is discovered he has been pursuing a lifelong dream that threatens to take him out of Dog River, everyone is forced to cope with the news.|
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The DVD features these episodes in 1.78:1 Anamorphic Widescreen, Dolby Digital 5.1 or 2.0, Closed Captioning, and Descriptive Video. There are Play All, Episode Selection, and Scene Select options. Special Features include the CTV Retrospective Special "It's Been A Gas", the Final Read-Through, Cast Interviews, and the featurette: "Craig Northey On the Music".
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