Corner Gas, Episode 34: Dog River Vice

The Writers - Brent Butt & Paul Mather Director – Robert De Lint A brief synopsis - Emma and Brent take up a bet as to who can give up their habits.  Emma finds new life with Oscar, and Brent finds his life disturbed beyond measure.  Karen and Davis start taking citizens on ride alongs that become a … Continue reading Corner Gas, Episode 34: Dog River Vice

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Corner Gas, Episode 30: Slow Pitch

The Writers - Brent Butt & Andrew Carr Director – David Storey A brief synopsis - Everyone is getting ready for the big game.  Oscar is angling to be 3rd Base coach.  Lacey has a meeting that threatens her perfect attendance.  Hank refuses to break in the glove he got for Christmas.  Wanda is trying to play "dry." … Continue reading Corner Gas, Episode 30: Slow Pitch

Corner Gas, Episode 29: The Air Show

The Writers - Paul Mather and Kevin White Director – Wendy Hopkins A brief synopsis - Lacey gets a load from the town for not knowing about the Air Show, and then staying open for it.  Brent's station is shut down as they work on a "level 5" hazard, which gives him time to watch as Hank starts … Continue reading Corner Gas, Episode 29: The Air Show

Corner Gas, Episode 22: Bingo Night

The Writers -  Brent Butt and Andrew Carr Director –  Robert De Lint A brief synopsis - Karen is suspended for failing her drug test (after using allergy medicine).  As a result, she starts to occupy Hank's space in Brent's life.  An unexpected day off has Wanda joining Emma playing Bingo.  Soon she finds herself calling … Continue reading Corner Gas, Episode 22: Bingo Night

Corner Gas, Episode 20: Hero Sandwich

The Writers - Brent Butt and Andrew Carr Director – David Storey A brief synopsis - Wanda contemplates getting a tattoo, until he gets an offer from Emma to design the image.  Lacey's new Ruby Club sandwich is too big of a hit.  Everyone is up in arms over the proposal to put in a stop light in … Continue reading Corner Gas, Episode 20: Hero Sandwich

Corner Gas, Episode 18: Lost and Found

The Writers - Paul Maher and Kevin White Director – Robert De Lint A brief synopsis - Brent and Hank work a delicate balance of trying to do things for one another, without having to owe one a favor.  Lacey and Wanda find this behavior to their advantage.  Oscar is relegated to walking when he finds himself unappreciated … Continue reading Corner Gas, Episode 18: Lost and Found

Corner Gas, Episode 10: Comedy Night

The Writer - Paul Mather Director - Mark Farrell A brief synopsis - An out-of-town comedian steals Brent's best story, which makes him foment a grudge.  Hank is happy to be the M.C. for the local comedy night, and takes Lacey's advice on handling hecklers a little too seriously.  Brent ruins Lacey's book club after she asks him … Continue reading Corner Gas, Episode 10: Comedy Night

Corner Gas, Episode 9: Cell Phone

The Writers - Brent Butt, Mark Farrell, Paul Mather Director - Rob de Lint A brief synopsis - Oscar becomes addicted to the new "Claw" machine at the bar.  Lacey is trying to do good works to get into the Chamber of Commerce.  Brent and Davis compete to see who can get the smallest cell phone. The best … Continue reading Corner Gas, Episode 9: Cell Phone

Corner Gas, Episode 8: Cousin Carl

The Writer - Chris Finn Director - Rob King A brief synopsis - Oscar gets less than he expects when he tries to return some empty bottles, and he takes his issue to the police...then everyone in town.  Brent's semi-successful cousin comes to town and ends up in a talent show with Brent.  Davis is irritated that Karen … Continue reading Corner Gas, Episode 8: Cousin Carl

Corner Gas, Episode 7: All My Ex’s Live in Toronto

The Writer - Mark Farrell Director - Henry Sawrer-Forner A brief synopsis - Lacey's ex-fiance comes to town and everyone completely mis-interprets the visit.  Emma lays down the law to get Oscar to go to the doctor.  Karen practices using her new billy club.  Several folks get a view of the town's new interrogation room. The best line - Lacey: … Continue reading Corner Gas, Episode 7: All My Ex’s Live in Toronto