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Fans of Schitt's Creek will all recall the scene where David sings a version of Tina Turner's "The Best" while serenading Patrick. Levy acknowledged his apprehension while filming the sequence and even declared it to be "the scariest scene I've ever shot in my life."

1. Dan Levy and Noah Reid Shared a Bottle of Prosecco Before The Lip Sync Scene

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Alexis Rose's actor, Annie Murphy, explained how she created the character for the show. Reality TV shows and its personalities, like the Kardashians, Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan, and the Olsen twins, served as her ultimate source of inspiration. 

2. 2000s Celebrities Inspired Alexis Rose’s Character

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Prior to Schitt's Creek, Emily Hampshire, who played the role of Stevie Rudd, talked about her own experience. I literally had $800 in my bank account, hadn't worked in a year, and was going through a divorce, Hampshire told Mental Floss.

3. Emily Hampshire And Annie Murphy Struggled Before ‘Schitt’s Creek’

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Every time Moira Rose (Catharine O'Hara) comes on television, it's difficult not to recognise her expensive attire (and hairdo).

4. Daphne Guinness Inspired Moira’s Style

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Patrick expresses his love to David by singing an acoustic version of Tina Turner's "The Best" during the open mic night at Rose Apothecary, which is another special moment between David and Patrick.

5. Noah Reid Composed His Rendition of “The Best”

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“A Little Bit Alexis” has become a sensational hit and can be heard in gay clubs worldwide and on TikTok.  

6. Annie Murphy Co-Wrote “A Little Bit Alexis” With Her Husband

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The other Schitt's Creek cast members were asked to estimate Eugene's biggest set-related pet gripe in an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon while he was wearing headphones, and they came up with "The Drip" the episode where his hair got wet.

7. Eugene Levy Hated Getting His Hair Wet

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After six seasons, Schitt's Creek decided to stop the show. Despite never having won an Emmy for any of its prior seasons, the sixth and final season broke a record for a comedy series with nine wins, including two Creative Arts Emmys.

8. ‘Schitt’s Creek’ Set an Emmy Record

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One of the most difficult aspects of writing a series is reportedly the ending. The finale of Schitt's Creek was written by actor, creator, and writer Daniel Levy and his writing team in under half a day.

9. Dan And The Team of Writers Wrote The Series Finale in Half a Day

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In an interview with GQ, Dan Levy opened up about how he felt about the last day of filming Schitt’s Creek. He told GQ that the last day of shooting was the emotional day of his life; he further added, “I cried for, I want to say, five straight hours, to the point where I had a splitting headache and didn't know what to do with my life. I wept when I took David's shoes off.” 

10. Dan Levy On The Last Day of Shooting: “The Most Emotional Day” of His Life