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Small Details In Schitt's Creek That Fans Noticed

November 24, 2020 3.3k votes 645 voters 114.9k views12 items

List RulesVote up the little details in 'Schitt's Creek' that make the show even better.

It's always the little things that make a show better and the Schitt's Creek details listed below are no different. The creative team behind the beloved sitcom worked hard to craft a show that was not only hilarious but handled with care.

How else do you explain every single book on the show having a fake title along the lines of Opening Your Hearts to Animals: A Guide to the Benefits of Caring For Something Other Than Yourself? Or, have you ever noticed that Alexis' hand movements look a lot like Mr. Burns from The Simpsons? Well, now you will. These are the best small details from Schitt's Creek. 

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    For Whatever Reason, Patrick Holds A Cup In His Hand Much Of The Time

    Photo: CBC

    Reddit user Avi_981 has pointed out that Patrick ends up holding a cup - whether it is coffee or tea or even beer - a lot of the time on the show. We're not sure what to make of this, but good looking out Avi_981. Maybe he just doesn't know what to do with his arms?

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    All Of The Schitts' Names Are Plays On, Well, Crap

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    This one is so obvious, we're ashamed we didn't get it right away. Roland Schitt. Joselyn Schitt. Mutt Schitt. Much like Reddit user PoorLikaFatWalletLst, we feel dumb for not realizing all of these names are crap puns. "Roll In. "Jostle In." "Dog." Get it?

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    Roland Schitt is just a disgusting human being. He's a pig who eats with his hands and he essentially has no matters at all. And Reddit user TWillyFresh pointed out that he is the only American member of the Schitt's Creek main cast. Coincidence? We think not.

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    There Are A Lot Of 'Canadianisms' On The Show

    Photo: CBC

    Being created by Canadians, shot in Canada, with a mostly Canadian cast and crew... it isn't too surprising that a lot of "Canadianisms" ended up on the show itself. Reddit user kitty_o_shea pointed out more than a few. For example, they say things like "holiday" instead of "vacation" and pay the "hydro bill" instead of the "electric bill."

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