Schitt's Creek

Aired: Jan 07, 2020 , Tuesday at 21:00 on CBC

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Episode Summary: On their way to drop off Alexis at the airport, David stops to scout a potential wedding venue and holds things up. After a week in the closet, Moira finally emerges, and with a sudden newfound lease on life, she convinces Johnny to join her for a romantic picnic by the creek.
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