Corner Gas

Season 6 Episode 10

Shirt Disturber

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Feb 02, 2009 on CTV
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Shirt Disturber
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Brent and Hank have a falling out after an embarrassing trip to visit a comic book author; Lacey's seconds find their way into Karen's wardrobe; Oscar and Emma install a new home security system that has Davis on the run.

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    Coleen Richard

    Coleen Richard

    Girl

    Guest Star

    Tia Ginet

    Tia Ginet

    Another Girl

    Guest Star

    Jason Bryant

    Jason Bryant

    Comic Book Fan 1

    Guest Star

    Cavan Cunningham

    Cavan Cunningham

    Fitzy

    Recurring Role

    Jean Freeman

    Jean Freeman

    Fitzy's Grandma

    Recurring Role

    Josh Strait

    Josh Strait

    Josh

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Emma: Here we go... some skirts, pants, a couple of sweaters, a crimping iron.
        Wanda: Sweaters and a crimping iron? Is Twisted Sister doing a show at the curling rink?

        Twisted Sister, active mainly in the early '70s to the late '80s, was a big-hair metal band. The lead singer from 1976 on was Dee Snyder, who had long blond hair that was crimped.

    • QUOTES (9)

      • Wanda: Check out the geeks at this comic book signing. It's like nerdapalooza.
        Brent: I don't think they're all geeks. I mean, Peter Moore is a pretty respected comic book artist.
        Wanda: Aw, come on. They're all middle-aged guys with glasses and no wives, no girlfriends, and you're going, aren't you?

      • Hank: So are we taking your car or my truck? That way, we save on gas.
        Brent: You never pay me for gas.
        Hank: That's how I save on gas.

      • Lacey: I know where you got that sweater.
        Wanda: I got it at a store.
        Lacey: Yeah, but you left out one detail: a thrift store.
        Wanda: I left out a lot of details: it was a white building, linoleum floors, smelled like old cabbage...

      • Oscar: Did you turn off the coffee maker?
        Emma: Just leave it!
        Oscar: It could explode!
        Emma: It won't explode, it's decaffeinated.

      • Davis: There's no doubt you're a senior rookie. I know that and you know that. But we're cops. We're constantly on the move. Seconds count. I think we should drop the word senior.
        Karen: It's two syllables! How much time is that going to save?
        Davis: The difference between life and death. I could be halfway through saying "senior" and be shot.
        Karen: But who'd blame me?

      • (in line at the comic book convention)
        Hank: Oh, man, I can't believe Peter Moore's actually here in the flesh.
        Brent: Stay cool! He's only human; he eats, sleeps and breathes just like the rest of us, so don't get all freaky and weird.
        Hank: We're up, we're up.
        Brent: Hi, Peter, I'm huge... fan, I'm a huge fan. It's nice to touch you in person. Meet, not touch. Not that it wouldn't be nice... to touch you. I've been shaking your hand too long.

      • (Brent gives Peter Moore a comic book)
        Brent: Hi. It's kind of funny, but I forgot to get you to sign this.
        Peter Moore: Who should I make it out to?
        Brent: Me.
        Peter Moore: Your name?
        Brent: Yes.
        Peter Moore: What's your name?
        (long silence)
        Hank: Brent.
        Brent: Not now!
        Hank: No, he wants your name.
        Brent: Just be cool!

      • Hank: It's a good thing you didn't take me along for the signing, I might have done something stupid, like spill coffee all over Peter Moore. Oh, wait, that was you! Well, at least we got our comics signed. No, we didn't, because of you!
        Brent: Yeah, I get it.
        Hank: The up-side is that we didn't get escorted embarrassingly out of the building. No, we managed to fit that in as well, because of you!

      • (Karen explains the new "burglar alarm")
        Karen: Sure, you just take the number of people in the house, multiply that by how scared you are, add the number of doors, and press "AC" which stands for ... 'access code', and there you have it: zero chance of break ins!
        Emma: And it's a silent alarm?
        Davis: Oh, yeah. It gives off a high-pitched sound that only burglars can hear.
        Oscar: That is smart! And it's a Casio... they make good stuff.

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