I loved this episode! I rarely laugh out loud when watching tv alone, but when David said “I said radish” and his reaction to Herbert’s (or is it pronounced ”Erbert?”) response struck me as so funny!
@Harvey made such a good point about the loving relationships, both well established and fledgling.
I tried watching this once on my sister’s recommendation, but I gave up after 2 or 3 episodes. We were together one evening when my dad was dying in the hospital, and we wanted something light to put on, so she put on Schitt’s Creek. I heard my uncle come home and mutter “stupid show” when he saw what was on. This time, I kept watching once I was home again, and still needing something kind of light to escape reality for short periods of time. I started to enjoy it, but thought it was funny but shallow. During an episode in season 4 or 5, it hit me very suddenly what a lovely show it is. It may seem stupid or shallow, and David wears weird clothes, and Roland is annoying af, but at the heart of it, is love. It’s a show about supporting, and accepting and loving. What a gift it has been.