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Schitts Creek - (S02E06)


Schitt's Creek centers on a formerly filthy rich video store magnate Johnny Rose, his soap star wife Moira, and their two kids, über-hipster son David and socialite daughter Alexis, who suddenly find themselves broke. They are forced to live in Schitt's Creek, a small depressing town they once bought as a joke.

Episode Title: Moira vs. Town Council
Airs: 2016-02-09 at 21:00
  • Robert Lloyd

    It's very funny, beautifully played, sometimes touching and, though its premise is familiar--rich family loses money--quite its own animal.

    Los Angeles Times Full Review
  • Robert Rorke

    The Levys nicely develop their fish-out-of-water concept by showing how the family tries to fit in out of necessity.

    New York Post Full Review
  • Esther Zuckerman

    The show has a familiar fish-out-of-water conceit.... But it's always a pleasure to see Levy and O'Hara play off each other. [13 Feb 2014, p.66]

    Entertainment Weekly Full Review
  • David Wiegand

    This is pure comedy, with no hidden social agendas, no thinly disguised commentary on human behavior--nothing at all of much importance, except a whole lot of laughs.

    San Francisco Chronicle Full Review
  • Ken Tucker

    I can’t say that there are many funny jokes in Schitt’s Creek, but the show is never less than watchable, thanks in particular to Levy Sr. (playing, more or less, the show’s straight-man) and O’Hara (superb as a former soap-star villain and a real-life diva).

    Yahoo TV Full Review
  • Whitney Matheson

    Around the fourth or fifth episode of Schitt’s Creek, the family’s behavior starts to become a smidge less predictable: David decides to sell his pricey wardrobe; Alexis finds herself attracted to a bearded environmentalist; Johnny and Moira display genuine affection for each other. These moments signal the small-town comedy just might have room to grow.

    The Hollywood Reporter Full Review
  • David Hinckley

    It’s a no-frills production with modest, but pleasant rewards.

    New York Daily News Full Review
  • Ed Bark

    The screws need some tightening but the basics are in place and the cast is more than capable.

    Uncle Barky Full Review
  • Mike Hale

    A show that’s drab and underwritten, with potentially amusing (if familiar) situations that never build to more than a chuckle or a nod of recognition.

    The New York Times Full Review
  • Brian Lowry

    Schitt’s Creek leaves everyone concerned looking adrift without much of a clue, much less a paddle.

    Variety Full Review

  • incest overtones

  • destitution

  • fish out of water

  • redneck

  • seedy motel

  • white trash

  • redneck stereotype

  • living in a hotel

  • bleeped dialogue

  • double entendre

  • selfie

  • real life father and son playing father and son

  • class differences

  • spoiled

  • simpler life

  • riches to rags

  • spoiled child

  • small town