Corner Gas

Season 3 Episode 14

Friend Of A Friend

Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Jan 30, 2006 on CTV
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Episode Summary

Friend Of A Friend
A friend of Lacey's visits Dog River and shocks the town with her behaviour. Lacey, using her past experience as a measuring stick, decides that this is just another case of Dog River not accepting outsiders; Hank devises a plan that will settle matters. At Corner Gas, Brent and Wanda try to stop the points card program from going out of control, while Davis considers just how good, or bad, Karen is at undercover work.moreless

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Amy Price-Francis

Amy Price-Francis


Guest Star

Mark Dieter

Mark Dieter

Paul Kinistino

Recurring Role

Mike O'Brien (IV)

Mike O'Brien (IV)

Wes Humboldt

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (1)

    • The book Wanda is reading instead of working is Shoeless Joe by Alberta author W.P. Kinsella. This is the book the movie Field of Dreams was based on.

  • QUOTES (12)

    • Wanda: I started a customer rewards card. But don't worry, you won't have to do any work.
      Brent: Don't worry, I won't.

    • Connie (about Oscar): I want to help the crazy homeless as much as the next person, but that man is harassing me.
      Oscar: I'm not homeless!

    • (Wanda refuses to give Oscar a discount on milk)
      Oscar: What's to stop me from buying this at the co-op?
      Wanda: You were banned from the co-op two years ago, so unless you have a stool and a pail, you're paying for the milk. (pause) You'd also need a cow.

    • Wanda: Okay, okay, I am giving you a brand-new, Corner Gas customer discount card.
      Oscar: But this is just a scrap of paper!
      Wanda: A true reflection of how we value you as a customer.

    • Hank: You know what I hate?
      Brent: When people just out of the blue say, 'you know what I hate'?
      Hank: No, but that ~is~ annoying.

    • Hank: Hey, Brent, if everyone thought one of your friends was a big jerk, wouldn't you want to know about it?
      Wanda (to Brent): Oh, that reminds me, I need to talk to you about Hank.

    • Connie: Did I mention I was engaged?
      Lacey: Oh, congratulations! You found somebody you love.
      Connie: No, I'm just engaged.

    • Lacey: Isn't [Connie] great? (silence) Brent! Isn't she great?
      Brent: Well, she's uh... um... hey look! Pickled eggs!

    • Hank: Emma, can I ask for your advice?
      Emma: Can't you ask your own mother?
      Hank: You know she's gone on to a better place.
      Emma: They have phones in Saskatoon.

    • Connie: (in a monotone) Help... Police...
      (Davis jumps up)
      Connie: That man is bothering me.
      Davis: (looking around) What man?
      Oscar: She means me, jackass!

    • Lacey: I don't need people who I thought were my friends telling me that my other friend is rude.
      Brent: She is rude.
      Lacey: I know. That's why I don't need you to tell me that.

    • Connie: So, I'm rude, and our entire friendship is based on a foundation of lies and deceit?
      Lacey: It looks that way.
      Connie: So... are you still going to be my maid of honour?

  • NOTES (0)


    • (Wanda jumps up and down, waving her arm in the air)
      Wanda: Pick me, pick me!
      Brent: I think Horshack wants to do it.

      Horshack was one of the 'Sweathogs' on Welcome Back, Kotter. Whenever Mr. Kotter asked a question in class, Horshack would wave his arm in the air, trying to reach the highest, while he called Mr. Kotter's name, said, "oh, oh, oh, oh..." or "pick me!"