List Of Corner Gas Episodes
The following is a list of episodes for the Canadian comedy series, Corner Gas. The program premiered on January 22, 2004 and ended its run on April 13, 2009.
All seasons, 1 to 6, are available on DVD. The Season 1–5 DVDs came out in the fall after the next season had began airing, but Season 6 was released on June 9, 2009, only two months after the series finale.
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... Episode Number Title Writer(s) Director Original airdate Production code 89 "Full Load" Brent Butt Don McCutcheon October 13, 2008 (2008-10-13) 6-01 When Brent enters a reluctant Lacey into an eating contest, it. 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 ... mockery of Brent’s air conditioner temperature lands him in hot water at Corner Gas ...
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