Anyone looking for a few laughs will be more than satisfied by a just-released “Schitt’s Creek” blooper reel, featuring the cast of the Canadian-made comedy cracking up, screwing up, flubbing lines and more.
Among the highlights in the hilarious video are Eugene Levy losing it as his character, Johnny Rose, attempts to teach local yokel Roland Schitt (Chris Elliott) how to grip a golf club, Dan Levy (David Rose) getting unintentionally naughty with a mannequin and Annie Murphy (Alexis Rose) struggling repeatedly to say the word “limited.”
With the final season of the CBC comedy set to debut in the fall, series star/co-creator Dan Levy reflected on the sitcom’s upcoming swan song in a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly.
“I had always known that that was the case,” said Levy of ending the show after six seasons. “In fact, I had thought it was going to be five. Then we were given the opportunity to do two more seasons, and I thought, ‘Okay, I can tell the end of this story in 28 episodes.’ I feel really confident that we’ve really mined everything we could. But the world doesn’t explode at the end of it.”
In fact, Levy admitted that there’s always the possibility of more “Schitt’s Creek” in the future.
“If there is something that comes up down the line that feels compelling enough to bring our troupe back together and continue to tell a story, so be it,” he added. “I’m not one to lay down the iron fist and say, ‘This is it forever.’ This is just it for now.”