February 26, 2020 at 2:46 pm #1203361862
Liking the “Moira’s Rosé” episode, but isn’t this basically exactly the same as an episode of Kimmy Schmidt? Even down to the cycling?February 26, 2020 at 6:59 pm #1203362045
Annie Murphy might have secured her Emmy nomination last night. What a beautiful episode for her. The scenes with Dustin Milligan weree great, yes, but my favorite part of the episode was her scene with Sarah Levy. The Alexis-Twyla relationship has never necessarily been at the forefront of the show, but has developed steadily and beautifully over six seasons, and that scene last night really solidified how important their friendship is to Alexis’ growth as a character.February 27, 2020 at 7:45 pm #1203363201
Annie Murphy did that shit, didn’t she?!?! Get that long overdue Emmy nomination! I was thrown by this big swing of an episode in breaking up one of the show’s signature couples. I kind of thought that having Ted take the job in the Galápagos Islands was painting the pair into an unfortunate corner, but I figured that Ted would eventually come home just as Alexis’s career started to blow up. She would be offered some kind of glitzy Interflix job in California and have to decide between staying in Schitt’s Creek with Ted or leaving everyone behind for her dream job. I still think the endgame will be some type of decision where the Rose family chooses to stay at this place permanently where they first loathed to be at, while shunning the potential new riches of their former outside world. Or the finale could just be David and Patrick’s wedding, which is fine and all, but I need more than that lol. The fight for the presidential suite between Johnny, Moira, Roland, and Jocelyn was kinda weak. Loved Patrick getting the bad spray tan for the wedding photos. I’ve greatly missed Ray, so his return was welcome. This series is poised to capitalize on its Emmy breakthrough last year with even more nods this year, and I’m hoping for nominations in ALL four main acting categories, writing, directing, and of course, Comedy Series.February 28, 2020 at 9:20 am #1203363860
Annie Murphy ROCKS. I’m REALLY keeping my fingers crossed that she picks up that Emmy nod this year. Very happy that the category is weak this year, I think she’s really got it in!February 28, 2020 at 10:39 am #1203363957
Loving the final season! Honestly, I think Schitt’s Creek is definitely going to explode with noms this year. The comedy category doesn’t have too many solid contenders outside of Maisel and Curb, so there is no reason why Creek shouldn’t get double digit noms! Thank God for Netflix for boosting its profile. I hope the Emmys recognize Schitt’s Creek with the same excitement/urgency that they did Fleabag last year!
I at least want to see the following (10) noms:
Writing x 2 (One for Dan Levy)
Lead Actor – Eugene Levy
Lead Actress – Catherine O’Hara
Supporting Actor – Dan Levy
Supporting Actress – Annie Murphy (this week’s episode!!!)
Guest Actor – Dustin Milligan
Contemporary CostumesMarch 1, 2020 at 7:35 am #1203365747
This week’s episode genuinely has me wondering if Annie Murphy can win the Emmy.March 1, 2020 at 7:52 am #1203365761
This week’s episode genuinely has me wondering if Annie Murphy can win the Emmy.
It’s possible. They may want to move on from Borstein who already won 2 in a row. Plus she’s bound to have 2 co stars there in her category with Hinkle and Lynch. They won’t go back to McKinnon. And Gilpin’s show has no support ever outside of her. It’s ripe for a fresh face passion pick. But if O’Hara and Murphy are to overtake the Maisel women the critics pundits fans industry must rally behind them and Schitts Creek.
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Last night’s episode wasn’t my favorite, but I loved the tourism video in the end. I can’t believe there are only 5 episodes left.March 4, 2020 at 11:09 pm #1203371579
Loved all the subplots here, especially the townspeople turning on Moira for the bad PR article in “People.” That tourism video of “Schitt’s Creek” at the end should seal up Catherine O’Hara’s upcoming Emmy nomination in the same way that the “Crows III” scene did for her in last season’s premiere. Annie Murphy continues of her great arc this season with Alexis. Also loved Jocelyn working for David and Patrick for a day lol. Great ensemble work throughout!March 10, 2020 at 5:19 pm #1203377588
Episode Title: “Sunrise, Sunset”
Synopsis: Moira’s former “Sunrise Bay” producers show up with big news, while Alexis binge-watches old episodes of the soap.
Guest Stars: Victor Garber, Saul Rubinek
Discuss.March 11, 2020 at 6:03 am #1203377932
This would make a lovely episode submission for Eugene LevyMarch 11, 2020 at 12:15 pm #1203378458
I thought this was a better showcase for Catherine O’Hara, and I particularly loved Victor Garber here as Moira’s former costar and rival. If these episodes were longer and maybe just one more scene included for the both of them, I might have ranked this as one of the season’s best. Eugene Levy’s scenes were fine, but somewhat downbeat with Johnny’s money woes. If Patrick’s parents are willing to pay for the wedding, then let them do it! And doubling down on more Rosebud hotels as a franchise? Hmmmm, okay then. David in full Bridezilla mode was a hoot, but I didn’t buy that he wouldn’t have invited Twyla to the wedding after all this time. I’m guessing the series finale will be the wedding? Alexis binging “Sunrise Bay” and in her post-Ted funk was fun too.March 17, 2020 at 1:10 pm #1203384594
Episode Title: “The Bachelor Party”
Synopsis: 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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