This should go without saying, but I’m going to say it loudly. THIS POST CONTAINS SPOILERS. Cool? Cool. If you’ve watched the final season of Schitt’s Creek, you probably picked up on the callbacks left by Dan Levy for fans to find. Here is a list of the Schitt’s Creek Easter Eggs from the finale epiosde that you might have missed.
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Fangirling Schitt’s Creek’s Six Amazing Seasons
I’ll admit I was late to the Schitt’s Creek party, but when I did arrive, I made sure that I learned how to fold in the cheese with the rest of you.
I. Love. This. Series.
And what I loved the most about Season 6 (besides the glorious Annie Murphy!) was how Dan Levy and the writers dropped love letters and callbacks to previous Schitt’s Creek seasons throughout.
The finale of the show provided a Schitt’s Creek easter egg treasure trove!
Here are my favorite callbacks and easter eggs from Schitt’s Creek that I found in the last episode.
Schitt’s Creeks Easter Eggs From The Finale
I know I didn’t catch the all, so please let me know what I missed! Leave a comment or find me on the Tweeters (@noguiltlife) and let me know what’s missing.
Man, I love this show. Did I say that already?
Patrick’s Birthday Gift To David
The framed first receipt from the Apothecary is on the wall at the motel and you can see it in the opening scenes.
Alexis Sweater At the End
Alexis is wearing a Rose Apothecary sweater at the end. The same sweater David was seen straightening in Season 4.
The Lucky Prom Dress Returns
Twyla’s dress at the wedding is Alexis’ dress from Suprise Party.
Apparently that was one she gave away in the bag of clothes in episode 12!
Sorry, What Did You Just Say?
After Patrick finds out about the happy ending he says “Sorry, what did you just say?”
He said that same line in Girl’s Night after David called him his boyfriend.
Schitt’s Creek Easter Eggs: David’s Sweater
David’s heart/love sweater is a callback to the sweater he wore in Meet the Parents.
The stars on the sleeves are a callback to his sweater he wore in Olive Branch.
You can also see his wardrobe of sweaters neatly stacked in the back of the David/Patrick/Stevie scene.
ps- this sweater was made by Valentino!
Don’t Worry, It’s His Sister
Roland’s line at the wedding: “Is it me or do they look like husband and wife?” to Johnny is a callback to the episode where Johnny points that out about the town sign.
Don’t worry- it’s his sister!
The Schitt’s Creek Easter Eggs Wedding Songs
I screamed when it hit me what was going on. This was my favorite moment of the entire finale.
The Jazzagals sing Precious Love to start the wedding. This was the song the family dances to at the end of Season 2 where they all say they love each other. Which is pretty much my most-loved moment of the series.
Simply The Best was David’s processional song at the wedding and a callback to Open Mic and Olive Branch. #Swoon
The Rose Family Portrait is An Easter Egg
The old one has been replaced with the new Schitt’s Creek entrance sign.
The town joked that Moira wore the pants in the family; at the very end, Moira is wearing the pants on the new family sign.
Patrick’s Perfect Vows Callbacks
“I’d climb 1000 mountains for you” is a callback to The Hike where he proposed.
And him singing Always Be My Baby is his callback to the “You’re my Mariah Carey” moment in season 4.
Twyla’s Tarot Cards
At the end of season 5, Twyla’s Tarot Card readings along the lines of “A circle of light around your family possibly indicating prosperity. A celebration, a party with people dressed in black.”
The wedding was a black and white themed wedding!
She also mentioned something about everyone being underwater: it rained heavily on David’s wedding day.
Don’t Be A Cheap Ass- Ultimate Johnny Rose Callback
Johnny says he won’t be a cheap ass on David’s wedding day- a call back to one of his famous lines in the first season.
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Patty Holliday is a parent movie reviewer, writer, and podcaster living in the Washington, DC area. Her goal is to bridge the gap between casual fandom and picky critic with parent movie and television reviews. As a lifelong fangirl and pop culture connoisseur, she’s been creating online since 2009. You can find her work at No-Guilt Disney.com, No-Guilt Fangirl.com, No-Guilt Life, and as host of the top-rated No-Guilt Disney Podcast.