8 Life Lessons To Learn from 'Schitt's Creek'

From “eat glass” to “lick rust”, Schitt’s Creek never failed to lighten up the day. The six-season series covers everything from love to loss to learning how to properly store wigs

"Ew." Playful? "Ew-uh." Don't sleep on the chance to use the iconic retort. Bonus points if you say someone's name after. ("Ew, David.")

"Ew" Is An All-Purpose Response

If David judged Stevie by her sarcasm or Patrick by his career, he never would have found his BFF or his hubby.

Look Beyond First Impressions

The title track from Alexis' critically reviewed, limited reality series, "A Little Bit Alexis," proves having your own pump-up jam is important.

Make Your Own Theme Song

One of the longest-running jokes of the series was the massive menu in Café Tropical. It included everything from fish to pie to smoothies to pasta.

A Menu Can Never Be *Too* Big

With Johnny's suits, David's high-fashion pieces, Alexis' on-trend lewks, and Moira's use of costumes and wigs, they continuously dressed how they felt best.

Have Fun With Fashion

Being able to accept when a relationship has run its course, like Ted and Alexis so gracefully did, is one of the hardest, yet most liberating.

Some Love Stories Aren't Forever

It doesn't matter how old you get or what your relationship looks like — there's a good chance the topic of sex will always seem kinda strange at your parents' house.

Sex Is Always Weird At Your Parents' House