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Schitt's Creek: Lawn Signs

212. Lawn Signs

Aired March 22, 2016

Dirty politics are suspected when Moira's lawn signs go missing. Meanwhile, David helps his boss negotiate a settlement with an international competitor.

Quote from Moira

Johnny: You took your signs? I didn't know you took the signs. Why would you take your own signs?
Moira: Well, I couldn't very well take Jocelyn's. That would be stealing and I'm running a clean campaign.
Johnny: You call this a clean campaign?
Moira: Politics 101, John. When you have limited resources, your best course of action is to create a stir. It's exciting. It's fun. It's like that episode of Sunrise Bay when I stole my own bébé.

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Quote from Alexis

Alexis: Okay, I just really think you should stay out of it, David. You're not good under pressure.
David: And you are?
Alexis: Um, I'm sorry. Were you picked up by the South Korean Secret Police on New Year's? I had to sweet talk the consulate's lawyer to get me a passport before midnight.

Quote from Twyla

Moira: Ugh! My campaign signs have gone missing.
Johnny: What?
Twyla: You had election signs?
Moira: Yes! All of them! Gone!
Twyla: Wow. Maybe people were mowing their lawns.
Johnny: Well, it's probably just kids.
Moira: What if there's a more sinister explanation?
Twyla: Oh, like the wind.

Quote from David

Wendy: Well, it's already happening. They're coming in this week, they're bringing the paperwork.
David: As your brand manager, I feel like I need to be at that meeting.
Wendy: I don't know.
David: At least let me talk to a few people before you decide. If there's one thing I've learned from "The Good Wife", it's never accept a first offer.

Quote from Johnny

David: Okay, well, say you owned Blouse Barn.
Johnny: Well, first of all, I'd never get into the clothing business 'cause the margins are terrible-
David: Okay, let's pretend for a sec. And someone was offering you $10,000 to stop using the name because there's another Blouse Barn in Australia and they need the name.
Johnny: $10,000 to stop using the name "Blouse Barn?"
David: That's correct.
Johnny: I would take that in a second. It's a terrible name.
David: Okay, but that's not-
Johnny: Now, at least with "Rose Video," it said what it was, and the logo looked great on a golf shirt.

Quote from Alexis

Wendy: Oh, hi. I'm Wendy Kurtz. Welcome to the Blouse Barn.
Lisa Chung: Lisa Chung. I didn't realize there were gonna be more of us.
Alexis: We're her representation.
David: David Rose.
Alexis: Angelica Bloomfield of Rose, Bloomfield and Glickman.

Quote from Alexis

Lisa Chung: This should cover the cost of the signs, business cards-
Alexis: About the cheque.
David: [clears throat] We had some questions about the amount.
Lisa Chung: Well, you shouldn't. $10,000 is the amount we agreed upon.
David: Well, that may be, but some things have changed on our side, and we want to discuss the-
Wendy: I think it's fine, David.
Alexis: From a legal standpoint, there are lots of costs to consider. There are the signs and the business cards-
Lisa Chung: I just mentioned those.
Alexis: Objection sustained.

Quote from David

Wendy: David, to be honest, I'm having a little trouble financially and I'm gonna have to let you go.
David: What?
Wendy: It seems I have overshot my budget with the changes you've been implementing. Which is not your fault. You were my mistake, which I take full credit for.
David: Okay, I thought you were liking the changes I was making. We just sold another poncho yesterday.
Wendy: I still can't believe we even sold one. But that's not gonna help me when I am down to a Costco card and a zoo membership.

Quote from Moira

Moira: I've been hijacked.
Johnny: What?
Moira: My campaign has been hijacked. Oh, I need some tea. Twyla?
Johnny: What's going on?
Twyla: Tea?
Moira: No, thank you.

Quote from David

Wendy: Fortunately, I did gotten some good news. Apparently, there is a Blouse Barn in Australia and they are gonna pay me to use their name here. Can you believe it?
David: That there's another store called Blouse Barn? No.
Wendy: No, it's an entire chain. They're expanding into North America and they are gonna pay me $10,000 just to cover the costs of renaming the store.
David: Okay, so they're buying the name from you?
Wendy: Well, it's more of a gesture actually. Apparently, I have been using the name without their permission.
David: Okay, so this company is giving you $10,000 as a gesture?
Wendy: And to think I almost called this place "Blouse House."
David: Something seems really sketchy about this and I'm not just saying that because I have a hard time with Australians. Lotta drunks.

Quote from David

Johnny: This is terrible news. I thought you were turning that store around. All those big purchases, all that spending...
David: Okay, let's just focus on the big picture, which is helping the store.
Johnny: Well, if you wanna help the store, I would tell your boss to take the deal. And then you and I are gonna sit down, update your resume, and get you back into the workforce.
David: Okay. Well, thank you so much for this. Um, it was entirely unhelpful, but thank you nevertheless.
Johnny: Well anytime, son.

Quote from Twyla

Moira: Oh, it's just so violating. How can one sleep knowing our streets are laden with thieves?
Ronnie: Well, I don't know about laden. I had a newspaper stolen once.
Woman: Two days ago, we had someone break our window. They didn't take anything, but they left a dead bird inside.
Twyla: That's kind of like my aunt. She has a ghost in her house that keeps leaving dimes everywhere.

Quote from Alexis

Alexis: [loud thump] Did you or did you not have a subscription to Cosmo Girl when you were 16 years old, David?
David: No.
Alexis: Okay, David, if you have to lie about something you should breathe out while you answer 'cause it really just calms you down.
David: Oh, my God! I'm not being interrogated. This is a negotiation.
Alexis: I'm just trying to prepare you, okay? 'Cause they're gonna eat you alive in there.

Quote from Alexis

David: Okay. If you know so much about this, why don't you come with me then?
Alexis: Okay, well, I guess that just depends on what's in Mom's closet.
David: Why does that matter?
Alexis: Well, I'm not gonna wear my own clothes into the room, David. They're not scary enough.

Quote from Alexis

Alexis: [to Wendy] I know that we just met but if Prince Harry trusted me with his life, then I think you can too.
Wendy: Well, I do feel better having a lawyer in the room.
Alexis: [gasps] Oh, my God, you're so cute. Um, I'm not a lawyer, but I'm glad that my fashion pony is working.

Quote from Stevie

Johnny: Oh, hi Stevie.
Stevie: I found these. I thought Mrs. Rose might want 'em back.
Johnny: You found them? Okay, look, I know we haven't always been ideal motel guests, but taking my wife's signs?
Stevie: Uh, no, I took out your garbage, and these poked a hole in the bottom and fell out. So they're still in pretty good shape, I thought she might want them back.
Johnny: Oh...
Stevie: Since she's been so worried about her signs having been mysteriously stolen.
Johnny: Right, right. Well, I mean, I can see what must have happened here. She accidentally, uh, threw them out.
Stevie: That's one theory.
Johnny: Or someone stole them and hid them in our garbage to try and sabotage Moira to make it look like she's done something really crazy.
Stevie: That is definitely some food for thought.

Quote from Moira

Johnny: Moira, Sunrise Bay was a soap opera.
Moira: Yes, and this is reality. Frankly, John, I'm surprised at your naivety.
Johnny: Moira, you're misleading people!
Moira: No, I'm building a mystery. Voters will draw their own conclusions.
Johnny: I basically accused Roland of stealing your campaign signs.
Moira: Well, then hopefully you've learned something you shouldn't make accusations you can't substantiate.
Johnny: Moira!
Moira: I'm not listening until you calm down.

Quote from David

Lisa Chung: So if you'll just sign here, I think we're good.
David: I don't think we are. I have done some research and I happen to know that your company pulled in $100 million last year.
Lisa Chung: Point being?
David: Well, the point is, judging by your bag and those shoes, Blouse Barn Australia is paying you quite a bit of money to come here and help us "switch over our signs." Bottom line, we're standing in your way and I don't think your client will be very happy if you come home without securing the rights to the name, especially considering you're expanding into 78 stores across North America. And let's be honest, "Blouse House" doesn't have quite the same ring to it.
Alexis: Exactly.
David: Angelica, please. This is the number that we are after.
Alexis: Now, if you'll excuse us, we have another meeting to get to.
Wendy: We're in our store.
David: We await your reply.

Quote from Jocelyn

Jocelyn: I am upset. I don't like what this campaign is doing to me. The other day, I called another driver an effing moron. I didn't say the 'f' word, but I said, 'effing, ' and that is not me!

Quote from Jocelyn

Moira: Jocelyn, I don't think it's exactly unethical to do questionable things in the spirit of competition.
Jocelyn: I'm dropping out of the campaign.
Moira: What?
Jocelyn: I'm barely sleeping, I can't get through an episode of "Masterchef Junior" without crying.
Moira: We've both worked so hard for this.
Jocelyn: I know, and now I am giving it to you. Congratulations, Moira. You are the new councilor for the town of Schitt's Creek.

Quote from Moira

Moira: I'm going to be on council.
Johnny: We'll, that's the spirit. Positive thinking.
Moira: I won! Jocelyn quit the election.
Johnny: What?
Moira: She couldn't take it anymore.
Johnny: Well, think what you can do in four years.
Moira: Four years? No, no one said anything about four years.
Johnny: And-and the thought of working with Roland every day. I mean, that's I wouldn't even think about that.
Moira: Oh, John. What have I done?


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