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The kids party and the older Roses run into some past friends in the season finale of Schitt’s Creek. Best yet, Johnny gets his moment to shine in a feel-good finish.
With one episode left before the season finale, Schitt’s Creek packs in a whole lot of plot development this week, setting us up for an anything-goes ending.
Melissa Manchester can expect a couple checks in the mail after Schitt’s Creek dives into some marital issues this week. Meanwhile the kids go apartment hunting.
The Roses charm the residents of Schitt’s Creek, from political gatherings to pep talks on romance with a crazy cat lady, and we’re wondering what’s going on with Johnny.
The Roses tackle the internet in a Schitt’s Creek that shows the damaging effect of wealth on the family structure.
It feels like Sarah Palin and Hillary Clinton are battling each other in Schitt’s Creek, while Johnny and Alexis get mixed up in the illegal raw milk game.
Confusion reigns over an open town council seat, while Alexis looks for support in all the wrong places this week in Schitt’s Creek.
Alexis experiences a life-changing moment while Moira cackles. And there are few things better than Moira cackling.
Exciting changes may be ahead for a few members of the Rose clan, but for the first time all season on Schitt’s Creek, one storyline falls flat. At least David wears a wonderful “sweater.”
Can we hear more about the time Alexis negotiated in Arabic? This week’s episode of Schitt’s Creek packs in a few nuggets about the Rose family’s rich past – including staying at the Kennedy compound and tossing perfectly good bicycles into a Hamptons bonfire.
Moira was a star, and the Jazzagals – Schitt’s Creek’s all-female a cappella group – could use a star like her.
Schitt’s Creek gets even quieter in its second episode of the season, “Family Dinner.” It allows us to further explore the complicated relationship between Moira and David, two of the same who clearly don’t want to be who they became.
If this was your first time stumbling upon the antics of the Rose family in Schitt’s Creek, season 2 opener “Finding David” supplied a fitting introduction. It reminded viewers that television’s favorite disgraced family is shallow, unaware and tragic, but also downright hilarious.