Protect corn on the cob at all costs.
Goodman's attempts to impress his son Tommy causes a car crash, leaving Tommy with a surprise crash course in parenthood.
When Sheriff realizes that an addiction to his Momma's pudding is allowing her to control him, he decides to better his relationship with her, by kicking his pudding habit.
Goodman must leave the country and jump through a series of ridiculous hoops in order to cancel a simple membership subscription.
Dispatch wants to know why Sheriff is so sad. But when he digs too deep, he uncovers a dark conspiracy involving all of Old Town.
An upset Mayor forbids Sheriff's friends from hanging around the station so that he can focus on stopping crime. But to keep them around, Sheriff knights his friends, landing him in a predicament of medieval proportions.
When Floyd eats Sheriff's hat, Sheriff becomes convinced that nobody will respect his authority without it.
When Sheriff learns that he was once a bully to a long lost schoolmate, he sets out to right his wrong.
When Sheriff and Deputy Goodman get stuck in their cruiser, Sheriff tries to use their time to get to know each other better.
When Goodman's legs get cut off and stolen, his search for the leg thief lands him in the first grade, where he is mistaken for a child.