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In the sitcom "Schitt's Creek," a wealthy couple -- video store magnate Johnny and his soap opera star wife Moira -- suddenly find themselves completely broke. With only one remaining asset, a small town called Schitt's Creek, which the Roses bought years earlier as a joke, this once-wealthy couple must give up life as they know it. With their two spoiled children in tow and their pampered lives behind them, the Rose family is forced to face their newfound poverty head-on and come together as a family to survive.

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An intimate behind-the-scenes look at the adored series.
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David stresses out over the rain on his wedding day, but his family makes it right.
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Moira receives some unexpected news, and David makes a tough decision about where he wants to live.
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Johnny, Stevie and Roland head to New York for their pitch meeting, and the family anxiously awaits their return.
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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.
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Moira's former "Sunrise Bay" producers show up with big news while Alexis binge-watches old episodes of the soap.
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Johnny becomes overly involved in Alexis' romantic life, while Moira offends the townspeople in an interview with People magazine.
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Johnny and Moira spend a night at the presidential suite in the new motel, while Alexis receives a surprise visitor.
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Moira and David sample wine at Herb Ertlinger's vineyard, while Johnny attempts to have "the talk" with Patrick.
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Alexis and Moira deal with the aftermath of a viral video, while Johnny helps Bob get back out in the dating world.
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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.
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Moira shares the newly released "Crows" movie trailer with the Jazzagals; Johnny and Roland find a suspicious bag of money at the new motel.
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Johnny and Moira endeavor to secure an investor for a new motel while, Alexis and Ted struggle with long distance.
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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.
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David scouts a potential wedding venue, while Johnny and Moira have a romantic picnic by the creek.
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Stevie is nowhere to be found on opening night for Cabaret; David attempts to make a big announcement.
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Patrick and David go on a romantic hike; everyone panics over Johnny's health scare.
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Johnny fills in at the annual mayor's roast; David tries to stop Moira from finding out about Stevie and Patrick's dance lessons.
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While in town for the surprise party, Patrick's parents get a surprise of their own; Moira gets coaxed into going to a soap opera convention with Alexis.
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Johnny and Moira accidentally hit a cat; David has a run-in with an old colleague who has a business very similar to Rose Apothecary.
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David agrees to play in the annual baseball game; Moira's rehearsal pushes Stevie over the edge.

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