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Schitts Creek

Schitts Creek
  • Bewertung: 7,50
  • Jahr der Ersterscheinung: 2015
  • Genres: Comedy
  • Länder: United States, Canada
  • Dauer: 22 Minuten

When rich video store magnate Johnny Rose, his soap star wife Moira and their two kids, son David and socialite daughter Alexis suddenly find themselves broke, they are forced to leave their pampered lives to regroup in Schitt's Creek.

  • The once opulently rich Roses, following news that their now absent business manager has left them financially ruined by among other things not paying their taxes, are left by the government with only a modest income and one asset: Schitt's Creek. Johnny purchased the backwater town of Schitt's Creek over twenty years ago solely as a joke for David, who didn't even know about it. As it is their sole asset, they are forced to live there, in two rooms at the local motel, until they figure out a way to get back on their feet. In Schitt's Creek, they will initially mostly…
  • A leak in the motel room ceiling which is allowing brown water to drip on top of his bed is the last straw for Johnny in living in Schitt's Creek. Believing it is at least a start in the road to financial recovery, Johnny decides the next order of business is to sell the town. What Johnny learns is the most pressing of many obstacles in getting at least what he paid for it is that there is a contract which stipulates that the mayor has to sign off on the sale. Knowing the mayor's temperament, Johnny and Moira, and if possible their offspring, have to attend a dinner …
  • The next obstacle Johnny believes he faces in selling the town is the town sign, which depicts two of Roland's ancestors in what Johnny sees as a compromising position. However, none of the longtime town residents see what Johnny sees, and as such he has difficulty convincing anyone in authority to change the sign. Roland in particular takes offense to Johnny's offense, as Roland sees Johnny's offense as an attack on his family. Johnny has to convince Roland of what he and most out-of-towners would see in the sign. Moira falls into a major depression after seeing the …
  • Because David has no place to store all his designer clothes after his father demands David remove them from his and his mother's closet, David has to figure out what to do with them. Stevie suggest he sell what he doesn't want, which is not that easy to do in Schitt's Creek and with David's mentality of “every piece is special”. Alexis has to do community service in Schitt's Creek for a DUI charge incurred previous to her arrival. She ends up doing that service with fellow “delinquent” and object of her secret affection, Mutt. Because of these issues, David and …
  • An incident shows the Roses how their small living quarters are negatively affecting their “private” lives. On a request by Johnny to Roland to fix the door to give him and Moira more privacy, Roland's answer is to offer Johnny and Moira his cabin so that they can do what men and women do, without fear of David or Alexis seeing or hearing. Despite the fear of what the Schitts' cabin would be like, Johnny and Moira accept his offer. Johnny and Moira are surprised by the Schitts' cabin in more ways than one. With their parents gone for the night, Alexis and David decide…
  • Johnny's latest networking attempt to make money yields a call back only from Herb Ertlinger, the owner of the local business, Herb Ertlinger Fruit Wines. However, Herb's want is not for Johnny's help in distribution as Johnny assumed, but Moira to become the company spokesperson in a series of commercials. Despite detesting the wine itself, Moira agrees as she sees it as being her acting comeback vehicle. Meanwhile, David believes, since he has not been able to sleep since arriving in Schitt's Creek, that he is suffering from some major malady, which is made all the …
  • Following an incident where David is unable to kill an insect in his room, Stevie, as a joke, invites David along on Roland's annual turkey shoot. To prove that he is nothing like Stevie believes him to be, David accepts. The horror that is the day for David can only be relieved by something to take his mind away from it, that something which Moira is able to provide. Because Moira is outwardly stressed, Jocelyn invites her on a girls day out to Janine's, the salon in Elmdale. Moira comes out of that situation even more stressed for a specific reason. Jocelyn may have…
  • Moira is excited when she receives a package from one of her old friends, Justine St. Pierre, believing that this move is the first step in her friends reaching out in support. In reality, it is a starter kit for Justine's pyramid scheme door-to-door sales cosmetics company, Allez-Vous. Despite their abhorrence of being Allez-Vous reps, Moira and David are attracted to the lure of seemingly easy money as advertised through the glossy training video, and decide to be the Allez-Vous reps in Schitt's Creek. Their initial Allez-Vous get together with the women they know …
  • Bob's brother Carl has just passed away. Johnny and Moira barely know Bob, let alone Carl who they can't remember at all. That's why they're surprised that Bob wants Johnny to be a pall bearer, as Carl admired Johnny. In Johnny's efforts to get out of being a pall bearer, he instead gets roped into providing the eulogy. Not knowing what to say, Johnny transfers thoughts of Carl's death to his own. Some of Carl's family come to town for the funeral, including Bree and Sean, Carl's stepdaughter - who also happens to be Stevie's cousin - and her husband respectively. In …
  • Following their sexual encounter, David and Stevie find that they don't know how to behave around each other as regular people anymore… as regular as each of them can be being who each of them is. It doesn't help that mostly everyone in town finds out about their encounter, and won't let them forget. Dating now for two weeks, Ted and Alexis host their first party as Ted wants to meet Alexis' friends. Four of the invitees - David, Stevie, Mutt and Twyla - find that it is not the rousing party they were expecting but a quaint couples only dinner party with only the …
  • Dee Dee, Moira's estranged younger sister who she hasn't seen or heard from in quite some time, makes an unexpected visit to Schitt's Creek. Despite Dee Dee making an offer, Moira has no intention of reuniting with her sister, whose on-the-surface generosity Moira believes is all a veneer for gloating. Johnny wants Moira to swallow her pride so that they can graciously accept whatever monetary gifts Dee Dee wants to throw their way. Alexis hears both sides of the story concerning Mutt and Twyla's relationship. And David and Stevie are still trying to figure out the …
  • Moira's birthday is fast approaching and Johnny wants to hold a surprise party for her. He initially doesn't get much assistance in organizing the party from either David or Alexis, the latter who doesn't even want to attend as she and Ted were planning on a romantic getaway in Chicago the day of the party since Ted has to attend a convention there anyway. As such, Johnny decides to enlist Roland and Jocelyn's help in the party masquerading as a black tie fundraiser that Jocelyn is organizing. But one problem with the plan arises after another, the most difficult to …
  • Johnny has a buyer for the town in the form of Andy Roberts, a shelving manufacturer, which means that the Roses will have at least enough money to leave town to set up elsewhere. Both David and Alexis start making plans for their life away from Schitt's Creek, one whose plans are somewhat dependent upon the other to succeed. They also resolve their relationships in Schitt's Creek. Alexis' includes with Ted, Mutt and Ronnie, the latter who provides some illuminating information. David's is solely with Stevie to who he makes a proposition. Moira wants to leave a legacy…
  • The Roses search for their missing son, David, while Alexis takes her relationship with Mutt to the next level despite technically being engaged to Ted.
  • Johnny, David and Alexis realize that no one in their family knows how to cook, while Moira tries to convince her family that she does and that their former cook's enchilada recipe was her own family recipe. Moira is determined not only to pass down life skills specifically to David, but show him and the rest of the family that she really can cook. But first, she has to convince a less than enthusiastic Jocelyn to borrow her kitchen to prepare the meal. Meanwhile, Johnny is looking for somewhere quiet away from the motel as an office. Bob thinks he has the perfect …
  • Moira learns that Jocelyn leads a women's a cappella singing group called the Jazzagals. As a professional performer, Moira is somewhat offended that she has not been asked to join. Once Moira does make her want to be asked known to Jocelyn, they may come to an impasse in the group's audition policy versus Moira's “offer only” policy. Johnny, who has made arrangements with Bob to use his garage business as an office space, may find that Bob's long absences, while providing Johnny with some solitude to do work, offers its own challenges. David is dismayed to find that …
  • Johnny and Moira go to a local estate sale auction, where they wonder what ever happened to their old possessions. Jocelyn spots what looks like a new mattress at the sale and wants to buy it at the auction, but Moira will do anything to get the mattress to replace the broken springed one they are currently sleeping on at the motel, despite she and Johnny not having the money to buy it no matter how much it will cost. Where the mattress ends up may be a bigger issue for Moira than what happens at the auction of the item. Meanwhile, Roland asks David for a favor: to go…
  • As Johnny, Bob and Roland are at the garage cum Johnny's office, Roland asks Johnny why he needs an office, namely what business is he thinking about starting. As he has no concrete business in mind, Johnny, purely as an example, mentions that he sometimes craves a good bagel but that there is no bagel shop in town. Later, Johnny is surprised that Bob is running with the idea of opening a bagel shop with no true business plan in place, basically running by the seat of his pants while continually asking Johnny what needs to be done to realize the “plan”. While Johnny …
  • Moira is dismayed at the run down state of the town, especially the garbage strewn about the in guise of curbside giveaways and the lack of manicured plantings. Moira decides to take her beef to town council, not just to get it raised as an issue but to get decisive and immediate action at the expense of any other issues council is facing. David has started his job at the Blouse Barn. A comment that Wendy makes about David using the company credit card for improving the store takes a change in meaning in David's mind leading to he trying to improve the state of his …
  • With news of what was Moira's triumphant appearance in front of town council, localized rumors abound that she is running for the council seat made vacant by Ray's resignation, which she has no intention to do, especially in a backwater town like Schitt's Creek. Those rumors make Johnny think of running instead, he who has campaign war room experience. Moira learning of someone else who is running changes the complexion of the ballot. Now that Alexis and Mutt have broken up and Alexis has moved back to the motel, Alexis wants to hang with anyone - primarily what most …
  • The council by-election campaign officially begins, with two of the candidates, Moira and Jocelyn, embarking on a war of image. David gets caught in the middle of this unspoken feud. Meanwhile, Alexis runs into Ted, who she has not seen since she broke up with him, as he has been out of town to recharge his juices. Differences that she notices in him in combination with no longer being with Mutt make her quietly reconsider her decision about him. And Johnny contemplates testing the waters in the business of selling raw milk when he learns that there may be a market …
  • In the heated election campaign, Moira learns from her opponent Jocelyn of some nude photographs of her on the Internet. Admitting the existence of such photos to her family, technologically challenged Moira has to get those around her who she trusts to help her find those photographs and remove them from cyberspace. This task ends up being more challenging than Moira hopes, but in the process she begins to have bittersweet thoughts about the existence of the photos themselves. Meanwhile, Twyla cannot extend credit to the Roses for their meals at the diner anymore, …
  • After learning that Jocelyn held a campaign party to woo prospective key voting groups, Moira feels she has to do the same. She starts working for Ronnie's endorsement, Ronnie who implies that she and a group of women are open to lending their support to whichever candidate is willing to work toward the wants of their key demographic, a party for who Ronnie will hold at which Moira can speak. Moira makes some assumptions as to what that key demographic is, which may make an ass out of her if her assumption is wrong. Meanwhile, Wendy, David's boss, is having problems …
  • The Roses' peace and quiet at the motel is interrupted in the middle of the night by a new guest who has moved in next door. They will learn that that guest is Roland, who is trying to hide the fact that he and Jocelyn have had a major fight, he lamenting in a loud and specific way of his grief. Roland and Jocelyn's problems lead directly and indirectly to Johnny and Moira facing the state of their own marriage, as they deal individually with Roland and Jocelyn. This situation makes Alexis think about moving out on her own, which she believes she now can do since she …
  • What few campaign lawn signs Moira had have all gone missing. While she is uncertain what happened to them in her tizzy, Johnny is certain it was the opposing camp of the Schitts that had something to do with it. In speaking to Stevie, Johnny gets a clearer picture of what happened. Through it all, Jocelyn and Moira come to some conclusions about the election and what the results mean. Meanwhile, Wendy has overextended herself in all the changes David has made at the store, and as such she has to fire him solely because she can no longer afford to pay him. But when he…
  • It's Johnny and Moira's anniversary. Because Moira makes it obvious to Johnny that she expects something special to happen to mark the occasion, Johnny decides at the last minute to have a special dinner for two at a restaurant in Elmdale that Roland and Jocelyn had mentioned to them as the most exclusive in the area, and to which Roland and Jocelyn were going to take them to as part of Moira's “welcome to town council” package. That dinner for two becomes a bit awkward when part of their current lives and part of their past lives converge unexpectedly at the …
  • Johnny struggles to find a new purpose, while Moira must confront the harsh realities of local politics.
  • David and Stevie must come to terms with their new relationship, while Alexis and Moira become anxious when they schedule a rare mother/daughter lunch.
  • Johnny and Moira try to get a deal on a used car while David helps Stevie put her great aunt to rest.
  • Johnny and Moira worry about the future of the motel and David panics at the thought of retaking his driving test.
  • Johnny puts the motel in jeopardy when he rents rooms to a dubious enterprise and David helps Moira with a film audition.
  • Johnny and Stevie pitch a nearby golf course on a package deal with the motel. Moira tries to get out of an invitation to Twyla’s murder mystery party.
  • David plans a new business venture, while Alexis adjusts to her first day at school.
  • David meets a new friend while setting up his business, Johnny defends Alexis’s schoolwork, and Moira deals with a difficult guest at the motel.
  • Moira and Roland find themselves in a compromising situation. Alexis drives a wedge between David and Patrick.
  • David’s photographer ex-boyfriend arrives in town to do a photo series on Moira. Johnny and Roland suspect that Bob is cheating at poker.
  • Johnny tries to avoid the spread of lice in the motel. Moira tries to get out of having a flower garden named after her.
  • Johnny and Moira struggle to find a place for their family portrait. David hosts a ‘soft launch’ of his new store.
  • Johnny and Stevie celebrate having a fully booked hotel; David and Patrick go on a date.
  • While Moira fears she is responsible for the death of a motel guest, David and Patrick decide to make their budding romance official.
  • Johnny braces himself for the possibility of another baby in the family after finding a positive pregnancy test and David and Patrick search for privacy.
  • Moira prepares for her headline debut at the annual Schitt's Creek Asbestos Fest, while David deals with a group of loitering teens in the apothecary.
  • Alexis and Twyla have a girls' night out and Patrick teaches David about compromise.
  • A rumor of Moira's death appears online and Roland asks Johnny to be his child's godfather.
  • David and Patrick host an open mic night; Johnny and Stevie start rebranding the hotel.
  • David and Moira hold a party for Patrick, but David worries about how his family would adversely affect Patrick. Alexis investigates with help a mysterious text from Ted.
  • After the barbecue fiasco, Stevie takes David to a spa for some consoling, but she bought a honeymoon package making things worse. Johnny impresses the Jazzagals with his talents, but Moira doesn't like his joining the group. Alexis tries out a dating app and dates a cute local.
  • David tries to reconcile with Patrick. Moira pitches a singles event at Town Hall while Johnny buys Stevie a gift for her help at the motel.
  • For research, Johnny and Moira attend a singles event but get too involved. Alexis runs into an old friend, David agrees to help Jocelyn in planning her baby shower.
  • Moira tries to avoid jury duty and David issues a recall on a Rose Apothecary product that causes rashes.
  • As Singles Week gets underway, Jocelyn has her baby. Patrick takes his relationship with David to the next level.
  • It's Christmas Eve and Johnny wants to celebrate with an old-fashioned Rose Christmas Party, but the rest of the family has trouble getting into the holiday spirit.
  • While Moira is in Bosnia filming the Crows movie that she hopes will revive her acting career, David attempts to take his relationship with Patrick to new heights.
  • A sleep-deprived Moira worries about a stack of old love letters addressed to Johnny from another woman, while David and Stevie are held up at David's store.
  • Alexis and Johnny hatch a plan to impress a motel reviewer, while David and Patrick search for a new apartment.
  • Johnny finds himself under financial pressure with the arrival of Moira’s high-priced red carpet gown for the Crows movie premiere. David is conned into taking a road trip with Stevie.
  • David and Patrick throw a housewarming party and Ted finally lets loose, while Johnny and Moira try their best to babysit Roland Jr. for the evening.
  • Moira and the Jazzagals take Jocelyn out for a night at the casino, while Johnny tries to navigate an awkward conversation with Stevie about intimacy in the workplace.
  • Johnny suspects that Ted’s mom is attracted to him, while Moira can’t resist getting involved in a local musical production.
  • Johnny and Stevie attend the regional hospitality awards, while Moira does everything in her power to stop Alexis from auditioning for Cabaret.
  • David agrees to sub in for the annual baseball game, and Moira runs a rehearsal that pushes Stevie over the edge.
  • Johnny and Moira’s afternoon plans are interrupted when they accidentally hit a cat. David runs into an old colleague at the flea market whose new business bears a striking resemblance to Rose Apothecary.
  • Patrick’s parents are in town for his surprise party, but the parents end up with an even bigger surprise, while Alexis drags Moira to a soap opera convention.
  • Johnny fills in for Moira at the annual Mayor’s Roast, as David distracts Moira from finding out that Stevie and Patrick have been taking private dance lessons.
  • Patrick tries to take David on a romantic hike, while Johnny has a health scare that sends everyone into a panic.
  • It’s Opening Night for Cabaret,and Stevie is nowhere to be found. David tries to make a big announcement, but keeps getting overshadowed by the musical.
  • David scouts a potential wedding venue, while Johnny and Moira have a romantic picnic by the creek.
  • David is embarrassed by a childhood issue that resurfaces, and only spirals further when Patrick is so understanding. Johnny, Stevie and Roland attend a viewing for a nearby motel. Alexis helps Moira join social media.
  • Johnny and Moira endeavor to secure an investor for a new motel while Alexis and Ted struggle with long-distance.
  • Moira shares the newly released “Crows” movie trailer with the Jazzagals. Johnny and Roland find a suspicious bag of money at the new motel.
  • Alexis plans a local premiere for the “Crows” movie, and Moira makes a big splash on the red carpet. David tends to Patrick after his wisdom teeth removal.
  • Alexis and Moira deal with the aftermath of a viral video, while Johnny helps Bob get back out in the dating world.
  • Moira and David sample wine at Herb Ertlinger's vineyard, while Johnny attempts to have “the talk” with Patrick.
  • Johnny and Moira spend a night at the presidential suite in the new motel, while Alexis receives a surprise visitor.
  • Johnny becomes overly involved in Alexis' romantic life, while Moira offends the townspeople in an interview with People magazine.
  • Moira’s former “Sunrise Bay” producers show up with big news, while Alexis binge-watches old episodes of the soap and discovers some dirt.
  • The Roses attend the Escape Room portion of David and Patrick's Bachelor Party, but their participation wanes the more their personal dilemmas come to a head.
  • Johnny, Stevie and Roland head to New York for their pitch meeting, while the family anxiously awaits their return.
  • Moira receives some unexpected news, and David makes a tough decision about where he wants to live.
  • David stresses out over the rain on his wedding day, the family scrambles to make it right.

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