Lacey starts a coffee shop newsletter and asks Brent to draw the cartoons. Davis and Karen see Brent's cartoons as personal attacks. Hank comes up with a way for Lacey to make more tips, ... See full summary »

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Lorne Calvert ...
Himself (as The Honorable Lorne Calvert)
Vicki Gabereau ...
Herself
Tim Allen ...
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Chris Cunningham ...
Denizen
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Corner Gas Customer #2
Murray Grant ...
Ruby Customer
Lindsay Ruth Hunt ...
Corner Gas Customer #1 (as Lindsay Hunt)
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Lacey starts a coffee shop newsletter and asks Brent to draw the cartoons. Davis and Karen see Brent's cartoons as personal attacks. Hank comes up with a way for Lacey to make more tips, but soon he gets cut out, Oscar's childhood dream of being a paperboy turns to a nightmare for Emma. Written by Mrdjd

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Emma Leroy: You're delivering papers? Wow, Oscar, I'm feeling something for you I've never felt before.
Oscar Leroy: Pride?
Emma Leroy: Pity.
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