When Brent enters Lacey into an eating contest, she shocks everyone by winning. Emma gets an MP3 player as a gift from Brent, which he comes to regret. Meanwhile, Wanda and Hank are involved in a vehicle war after a police auction.
Self-service becomes the popular option at both Corner Gas and the Ruby, though Brent and Lacey's feelings towards this differ rather drastically. Meanwhile, Wanda aims to recapture her "rumor queen" days from high school.
Karen and Davis win a meat raffle, which leads to them falling out with Emma and Oscar. Hank dons a snowsuit to play a joke on Brent, but ends up frying instead. Lacey and Wanda become mummies to a virtual pet called Darren.
Karen becomes involved in a muffin scandal. Brent is made to cook a meal for his parents as pay back for freeloading, but when Emma does the cooking, he continues his freeloading on the praise. Wanda and Hank take up computer hacking.
When New Year was near, everyone made their resolutions. Now, six months after, they shamelessly try to sabotage the resolutions of others. Oscar has his own problems: he found out he never had Canadian citizenship, prompting Brent to call him an American. Now Oscar needs to prove to everybody just whose blood runs in his veins.
Oscar's lifelong bully tracks him down, Brent becomes jealous of a 16 year old kid who gives him guitar lessons, Hank idolizes Emma as a fitness guru while Wanda writes Davis' horoscopes in her favour.
Brent and Hank head off to a comic book signing, where Brent's nerdiness becomes very clear. Wanda's gift buying leads Lacey to tell people she's cheap. Karen makes senior rookie, while Davis sidelines as a home alarm salesperson.
Lacey sets out to save Dog River Days with the help (or hindrance) of Davis and Hank. Oscar and Karen go crazy over Mittens, and Brent fakes an injury to teach Wanda a lesson, ending up with a real injury in the process.
Emma becomes a supply teacher for a young class. Karen and Wanda fight for the attention of the class when Emma uses them to occupy the class by telling them about their careers. Oscar pulls a fast one on Brent and Hank when they find a thirty year old Dinglepuff.
There's an unsolved mystery in the town: each Wednesday night Brent goes somewhere and doesn't tell anyone why. So the whole town naturally wants to pry the secret out of him. And who is this man from Regina, who calls the Corner Gas and asks to tell Brent some great news?