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The sheriff of Old Town still lives at home with his mom and his best friend is a doll.

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aired 150 days ago
When Floyd eats Sheriff's hat, Sheriff becomes convinced that nobody will respect his authority without it.
aired 157 days ago
When the President of the United States comes to Old Town for a sleep over at Sheriff's, Sheriff turns into a dinosaur.
aired 157 days ago
The sheriff of Old Town still lives at home with his mom and his best friend is a doll.
aired 164 days ago
Sheriff confesses to his secret encounters with "Sunday Man," a man made of ice cream.
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When Goodman buries his family TV, it rises from the grave and demands to be entertained.
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When Sheriff and Deputy Goodman get stuck in their cruiser, Sheriff tries to use their time to get to know each other better.
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When Sheriff learns he was once a bully to a long-lost schoolmate, he sets out to right his wrong.
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Sheriff tries to cheer up Carl by finding him a bald cure; Tommy feels responsible for jeopardizing an astronaut's life.
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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.

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