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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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Moira and the Jazzagals take Jocelyn to the casino; Johnny has a conversation with Stevie about intimacy in the workplace.
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Ted finally lets loose at David and Patrick's housewarming party; Johnny and Moira baby-sit Roland Jr.
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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.
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Alexis and Johnny come up with a plan to impress a motel reviewer; David and Patrick look for an apartment.
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Moira loses sleep stressing over old love letters; David and Stevie get held up at the store.
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Moira films a movie in Bosnia, hoping to revive her career; David tries to take his relationship to the next level.
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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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Johnny and Stevie attend the hospitality awards; Moira tries to stop Alexis from auditioning for Cabaret.
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Johnny believes Ted's mom is attracted to him; Moira gets involved in a local musical production.
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Johnny wants to celebrate the holidays with an old-fashioned Rose Family Christmas Party, but it takes a lot to get everyone on board at the last minute; Moira brings a negative attitude to Christmas tree shopping.
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Singles Week kicks off just as Jocelyn's baby is born; Patrick and David take their relationship to the next level.
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Moira tries to get out of jury duty; David runs damage control for a Rose Apothecary product.
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Johnny and Moira get too involved at a singles event; Alexis runs into an old friend.
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David looks for a way to reconcile with Patrick after spending time away from him; Moira pitches the idea of a singles week event.
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David and Stevie set out on a romantic getaway; Johnny steps in at a Jazzagals rehearsal and wows everyone with his skills; Alexis tests out a dating app.
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The Roses plan a barbecue; David confronts his comfort level with Patrick; Alexis investigates a mysterious text.

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