Corner Gas

Season 5 Episode 18

Bed And Brake Fast

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Apr 14, 2008 on CTV
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Bed And Brake Fast
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Oscar has a new get-rich-quick plan that might actually work... until Emma finds out about it. Davis borrows Brent's car, but won't say why he needs it. Lacey bids in a silent auction and wins Hank's services as a prize that turns out to be more work than she bargained for.moreless

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    Paul Hack

    Paul Hack

    Mr. Johnson

    Guest Star

    Dawn Bevan

    Dawn Bevan

    Mrs. Johnson

    Guest Star

    Rob Roy

    Rob Roy

    Mr. Watson

    Guest Star

    Cavan Cunningham

    Cavan Cunningham

    Fitzy

    Recurring Role

    Jean Freeman

    Jean Freeman

    Fitzy's Grandma

    Recurring Role

    Josh Strait

    Josh Strait

    Ruby Cook/Busboy (uncredited)

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • The t-shirt that Davis is wearing when he returns Brent's car and tells him that he replaced the tail light is for Prairie Fire RFC, a local rugby club.

    • QUOTES (13)

      • Lacey: You play for the Anaheim Ducks, right?
        Travis Moen: Yeah. Thanks for the coffee. (he puts money on the counter and stands)
        Lacey: Cool. Oh, wait, you forgot your cup.
        Travis Moen: Actually, I'm wearing it; you can never be too careful.
        Lacey: Oh, no. Not that cup... the other cup. (she points to the Stanley Cup)

      • (Brent lends Davis his car)
        Hank: How come he gets to use your car?
        Brent: 'Cause he brings it back.
        Hank: Oh, so now there are rules?
        Brent: More just common courtesies, like not driving my car out of town, or not running my car out of gas while you're out of town, or not having my car towed by the police to somewhere even farther out of town.
        Hank: Oh, like I'm the one who didn't put enough gas in it.
        Brent: Yeah, that's right. I should have thought of that before I let you take my car without asking.

      • Phil: (to Mr. & Mrs. Johnson) Sorry, we have no vacancies.
        Oscar: You're better off; it's a dump.
        Phil: You come here and drink all the time.
        Oscar: That's how I know it's a dump.

      • Lacey: (to Karen) I outbid everyone on the handyman for a day; how cheap can I be?
        Hank: Hey, Lacey, thanks for bidding on my handyman thing last night.
        Karen: You bid on Hank? How much did you pay for that?
        Lacey: Oh, what I paid is not important; it's for charity.
        Hank: Ten bucks. I didn't think it was going to go that high, but Lacey and I got into a bidding war.
        Karen: You bid on yourself?
        Hank: Yeah, well, I wanted some stuff done around my house, but, in the end, I couldn't afford me.

      • Wanda: I don't want to alarm you, but someone cleaned your car.
        Brent: How do you know it wasn't me?
        Wanda: I saw Davis cleaning it.
        Brent: Touché. Well, he borrowed it, so he cleaned it. He even filled the tank.
        Wanda: Goody two-shoes.
        Brent: I don't care if Goody's got five shoes, at least he doesn't leave a melted ice cream cone on my seat.
        Wanda: I told my kid to leave it under the seat... he never listens.

      • (in Lacey's bathroom)
        Hank: Hey, your grout's coming off, huh?
        Lacey: I don't know. Anyway, I want you to put the picture right here.
        Hank: You should get that fixed before water gets in, rots your drywall.
        Lacey: You know how to do that?
        Hank: Sure. Yeah.
        Lacey: You're not just gonna smash the sink with a hammer or something?
        Hank: Why, your sink need hammering?

      • Lacey: Aren't you going to finish? You've only been here 20 minutes.
        Hank: 23. But that's all the time I have.
        Lacey: Oh, what do you mean? Where are you going?
        Hank: I don't delve in to your personal life. Oh, (he pulls a camisole out of his back pocket) this fell out of your drawer.
        Lacey: You said 'handyman for a day'... that's like, eight hours.
        Hank: Yeah, not in a row! By the way, you're out of cough medicine.

      • Wanda: Quisling!
        Brent: What's a quisling?
        Wanda: It's like a low-life, greasy snitch-o!
        Brent: Geez, I prefer quisling.

      • Hank: Oh, hey, Lacey. I had 45 minutes come free, just thought I'd fix your fridge.
        Lacey: Well, there was nothing wrong with it.
        Hank: The light's broke.
        Lacey: So you took off the door?
        Hank: No. I came down to get a drink, and the door was loose, so I took it off, fixed the hinge, and then the door fell and broke the light and... I didn't know you had so much for me to do.

      • Mrs. Johnson: We just wanted to know what time breakfast was tomorrow.
        Emma: Oh, whenever we get up, I guess.
        Mr. Johnson: That's a lot more laid-back than most places, but, okay.
        Emma: What do you mean, most places?
        Mrs. Johnson: Well, we've stayed at a lot of B&Bs.
        Emma: Well, me too, but what's that got to do with any... oh my god. What did my husband tell you?

      • (Karen gives Brent a ticket)
        Wanda: Chalk one up for the Wanda Wagon!
        Brent: Wanda Wagon?
        Wanda: Wanda Rocket? Dollard Dragster? Ultra-fast, crook-catching, crime-stopping... oh, whatever. Just pay the ticket, Hot Rod.

      • (looking at Karen's sink)
        Karen: I don't know what's wrong, but it's been leaking for days.
        Hank: Well, there's your problem. It's not supposed to leak.
        Karen: Yeah, I kind of figured that. Can you fix it?
        Hank: Totally. Let me get my hammer.

      • (Emma is cooking)
        Oscar: What the hell is this crap?
        Emma: Mrs. Watson's a vegetarian.
        Oscar: I want meat!
        Emma: Not tonight.
        Oscar: Ah, to hell with this! Nut munchers! Leaving their wet towels everywhere! I can't stand B&B people! They treat this place like a hotel.

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