Created by and starring comedian Brent Butt, the half-hour reboot of the iconic Canadian series sees the return of all the beloved characters of Dog River, Saskatchewan, as they partake in new adventures in an expanded animated universe.
Brent recruits Wanda to help him figure out recurring nightmares about being attacked by Michael J. Fox.
Brent gets a new drone that he uses to terrorize Oscar. Meanwhile, Wanda and Emma set out to test a turkey’s intelligence.
Karen and Davis discover a mannequin dumped in the woods and try to solve the crime; at Corner Gas, Brent surprises Wanda with a scanner; in The Ruby, Lacey, Oscar, Hank, and Emma get drawn into an unusual bet about hand sanitizer.
Emma sees high art in Hank's hedge-trimming and sells his services around town; prompted by Oscar, Brent tries to collect on the IOUs piling up at Corner Gas, resorting to unorthodox means; Davis and Karen set up the cop shop in The Ruby.
When Wullerton's weekly paper goes under, the gang worries the Dog River Howler will too; Wanda and Emma set out to recruit new advertisers, while Brent helps Oscar start an online version that raises eyebrows; Karen befriends a crow.
Ike's barn burns down and Lacey wants to help; Lacey organizes a bachelor auction to raise money, attracting a mystery woman who bids high for Brent; the more time the two spend together, the more curious the town gets about the woman's identity.
Hank wants to change methods; Wanda uncovers a shocking truth about founding pioneer woman Jane T. Wright; Oscar tries to sneak into the fair despite being banned.
Wanda goes power mad; Davis and Karen make a dangerous bet; Oscar recalls "the incident" that made him give up the game for good; Brent and Hank are lost in the woods.
Brent, Hank and Emma have a viral video contest; Karen and Davis try to GPStag the locals; Lacey asks Wanda to secure her WiFi.
When Brent messes up a gas order and Corner Gas runs out of fuel, Oscar steals all the food at the station to teach his son a lesson. No gas and no food cause locals to panic. Lacey takes advantage of the situation by offering “exotic” recipes at the Ruby. Meanwhile, Hank and Wanda make fuel out of corn but catch the suspicions of Karen and Davis, who think their experiment is a little less corny and little more “Breaking Bad”.
Davis and Emma share an obsession for the hit fantasy TV show THRONE STRIFE, much to Karen’s chagrin. Bored, she starts hanging out with a reluctant Oscar and the two realize they have more in common than they thought. Wanda and Hank try to freak out Brent with a Sasquatch hoax, but Hank’s inability to keep a secret makes things difficult.
Brent and the gang are annoyed when Lacey tries to make them eat local, but they soon have no choice but to eat farm-to-table when the town’s deliveries are mysteriously tardy. Meanwhile, Davis becomes a beekeeper to train “guard bees” as a security measure and Wanda turns his beeswax into candles to sell at a profit at Corner Gas.
Wanda is frustrated smartphones have replaced her as the town’s wellspring of knowledge so she sends clickbait texts tothe citizens of Dog River while Lacey uses Wanda’s texts to move menu items in the diner. Davis and Karen involve Hank in a police training exercise, and things get chaotic when he falls too deep into character and can’t get out. Frustrated that Brent doesn’t sell live bait at Corner Gas, Oscar sets up a Bait Shack across the street to teach his son a lesson.
Wanda accidentally clogs the town sewer system, forcing everybody to go to the bathroom in a porta potty. Emma and Oscar try to have a photo taken.
After Hank watches Hippothermia, an apocalyptic movie, the citizens of Dog River decide they need an emergency plan in case the end of the world is near. Davis, Karen and Wanda argueover who would lead Dog River in an apocalypse, while Hank and Oscar build a disaster shelter. Sick of Brent and Lacey’s bickering, Emma traps them in her cellar to force them to hash things out.
Lacey is horrified to discover that she’s featured in sexy graffiti scrawled on the side of The Ruby and Davis investigates.Emma offers to cover it up but gets a little too creative. Meanwhile, Hank and Brent restore a vintage car they bought from Old Man Wilkie, a man Oscar hates…if only he could remember why. Karen prepares to have her photo taken for The National Bravery of the Year Award until a stray cat keeps her out of the spotlight.
Hank accidentally punches Brent and they agree Brent can punch Hank back to settle the score. But when Brent takes his sweet time to make his move, Wanda cashes in on the standoff. Meanwhile, Karen and Davis find moonshine in the woods, which ends up helping Lacey and Emma’s fundraiser.
Lacey wants to take pictures of a Blue Moon rising over Dog River, but things get awkward when she and Brent realize just how romantic moon-gazing can be. Hank is suspicious when Oscar is nice to Emma. Meanwhile, Wanda is jealous when Davis wins an advance copy of the Max Braylorn Spy Trilogy and sets out to “borrow” the book before Davis can take his time with it.
Wanda convinces Brent and Hank into re-taking their high school exams to see who is smarter while the Citizens of Dog River plan a 70s party at the bar. Lacey, who is used to being in control, is perturbed by the party planning committee and their lack of direction. Davis and Karen argue about their costumes for the big event while Oscar’s sexy getup throws Emma into a tizzy.
A new cola drink inspires Brent to workout while Wanda finds herself attracted to a cardboard cutout of the cola's mascot. Oscar and Davis feud over minor lottery winnings. Lacey, Karen and Emma try to have a girls' night but Hank constantly gets involved.
At the Summer Solstice Deck Party, the locals compete for a seat in the sun, Brent sells popsicles and Karen and Davis must share a gun.
Lacey and Brent help Hank build a zip-line downtown; Davis and Karen crack down on the free corner; Oscar and Emma win a free robot vacuum.