Forty kilometres from nowhere and way beyond normal is Corner Gas, an ensemble comedy series about a bunch of nobodies who get up to a whole lot of nothing in the fictional prairie town of Dog River, Saskatchewan. Starring Saskatchewan native and Gemini nominee Brent Butt, Corner Gas is a roadside service station that also shares its name with CTV’s first original narrative comedy series. Corner Gas focuses on the life (or lack thereof) of Brent LeRoy, proprietor of a gas station that is the only stop for miles around and a hub of action on the Prairies. As LeRoy, Canadian Comedy Award winner and series creator Brent Butt returns to his native province to portray the life he would have led had he gotten a real job: pumping gas in a small prairie town. Set in the Saskatchewan town of Dog River, Corner Gas follows the lives of the town's residents: Brent, the owner of the titular establishment, his parents Oscar and Emma, his assistant Wanda, his friend Hank, restaurant owner Lacey, and local police officers Davis and Karen. Known for its sly sense of humour, sharp writing, and especially notable for being authentic (actor/writer Brent Butt grew up in small-town Saskatchewan), Corner Gas was eventually brought to a close after its sixth season to allow the show to go out at the top of its game (a move which the cast and crew supported). Another notable aspect about the series is its wide range of cameos: from two Canadian prime ministers, two premiers of Saskatchewan and one mayor of Regina to Stanley Cup. It seems like Dog River is the most popular place in the country.
When Davis buys a classic table hockey game and sets it up at the DRPD, he finds that he's set events in motion that lead to the ultimate showdown... the Summit Series between Karen and Brent. The whole town takes sides in the tournament, and Hank decides that he now wants Karen as his role-model, after watching both her and Brent train. Lacey joins a new club and nominates Emma for some long-overdue recognition.Watch Now:Amazon
Dog River, Saskatchewan is a town where not much happens and the locals like it that way. So, when Brent Leroy starts renting videos at his corner gas station and a big city girl from Toronto moves in to run the coffee shop next door it's either a sign of the apocalypse or a chance for Dog River to finally have a decent cup of coffee.Watch Now:Amazon
As Oscar becomes obsessed with the new 'Claw' game at the bar, Lacey tries to deal with rats in the field behind the restaurant AND being rejected by the Dog River Chamber of Commerce. Meanwhile, Davis and Brent try to one-up each other by buying smaller and smaller cell phones.Watch Now:Amazon
Hank has another great idea on how Dog River can increase its tourism, and this one actually works, but has far-reaching consequences. Dog River's sudden fame causes an up-swing in business for both Brent and Lacey, and Wanda finds a new talent that she never knew she had: reporting the news, while Davis takes on some duties as a personal body guard for the movers and shakers of Dog River.Watch Now:Amazon
Oscar is on a mission to get rid of an errant mouse that has found its way into Corner Gas, but Davis has a soft spot for the little rodent. Wanda hurts her back, and both Emma and Karen try to help her, but aren't very successful. Lacey spoils things for Brent and Hank when they come up with a new game.Watch Now:Amazon
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 favorite store. Oscar and Hank visit Oscar's crazy old buddy who's not quite the partier he used to be. Karen and Davis try to buy tickets from a scalper. Lacey discovers that getting roadside assistance isn't that simple when you're traveling with a guy who runs a gas station. Meanwhile Brent realizes there may be more to his relationship with Lacey than he thoughtWatch Now:Amazon
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.Watch Now:Amazon
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.
Lacey starts a running club in order to train for a Fun Run. Brent becomes a driving force in the club once he joins up. Oscar gets handicap plates for his car, and finds that it changes the way he's treated. Hank gets a job as crossing guard, and takes it very seriously.
Emma has a traditional Christmas planned, and Brent is less than enthusiastic about it. Lacey decides to go back to Toronto for Christmas, but bad weather causes some detours in her travel plans; she eventually gets home, but not in the way she expected. Hank gets into the spirit of the season by organizing a gift drive for the unappreciative needy; Wanda is on a gift drive of her own, searching for this year's hot toy.Watch Now:Amazon
Brent's yearly vacation from Corner Gas has Lacey worried, causing her to interrupt his time away from his world-worries; Karen tries to help Davis be a better pot-luck participant; Oscar takes a ride on the technology super-highway.
To drum up business, Brent gets a sign to put up catchy slogans outside the gas station and coffee shop, but Lacey isn't crazy about his pithy catch phrases. Meanwhile Brent and Emma worry about Oscar's memory after Oscar keeps misplacing his can of Alphagetti. And on a fishing trip, Karen doesn't sleep with Hank.Watch Now:Amazon
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.
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 coffinWatch Now:Amazon
When Wanda needs to go to the dentist in Saskatoon she gets Brent to baby-sit her son Tanner who is quite the problem child. While Brent baby-sits the rest of the town place bets on what will happen to him first.Watch Now:Amazon
Brent signs up for guitar lessons, causing Oscar to relive some unpleasant parts of his childhood; Wanda becomes a reporter for The Howler, writing under a pseudonym so she can really speak her mind; Hank follows Karen's workout plan, then tries to prove that he's stronger than Emma.
A tax man arrives to investigate Oscar about fuel tax irregularities. Oscar plots with Hank to avoid paying any extra taxes. Davis sulks about no longer getting free coffee at the Ruby and decides to lash out by writing all sorts of parking tickets.Watch Now:Amazon
When Brent installs a security camera at Corner Gas, he isn't 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.
In the sensational, not-to-be-missed, top-secret final episode, Brent's mysterious disappearance every Wednesday night has the whole town talking. When it is discovered he has been pursuing a lifelong dream, the gang is forced to cope with the news. After six unforgettable seasons, how will Canada's favourite comedy series come to an end?Watch Now:Amazon
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.Watch Now:Amazon
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.Watch Now:Amazon
Karen is supposed to create a colouring book on bicycle safety, but she has a few problems: she can't draw and she can't write. Brent and Wanda offer to help, but the two of them end up butting creative heads. Hank finds out that he's not a Virgo like he always thought, and has to change his personality to fit his new horoscope traits. Oscar and Davis get a new outlook on life from the top of the LeRoy home.
Hank and Oscar try to protect Lacey from her ex-fiancé while the Dog River police track down a fugitive.