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Catherine O’Hara brings her usual loopy brilliance as matriarch Moira, a former soap star.Levy plays David, their fashion-obsessed, ne’er-do-anything son whose tolerance for their new surroundings is as low as the crotch of his Rick Owens pants.
I had been watching some reality TV at the time and was concentrating on what would happen if one of these wealthy families would lose everything.I would argue that my mom is even funnier than my dad. My sister and I learned what comedy was through my dad, and through friends of the family that we've had. David is just such a bizarre character, and the more we started writing, the more I knew I could really bite into it.I did theater and a lot of improv all through school, and when I got my job at MTV, my career path sort of took me away from what I was really interested in. It was a really nice pairing, he and I.] He has a complete disregard for just any type of social code.Then when you go back out into the acting world, having been away from it for eight years, auditioning is a difficult task. I think we both are very impatient people when it comes to things that we know are right and wrong.I would express myself in a slightly more gentlemanly fashion than David would.I think ultimately what separates us is just that he seems to be this ball of insecurity. It's very influenced by Rick Owens and Ann Demeulemeester and high-fashion, avant-garde designers.
He's not a very free-spirited person, so the clothes needed to be very specific and curated: Dropped-crotch pants and all of these things that would mark him in the town as being someone who is very different. And a pluck is a very different thing from a full, sort of landscaping. I don't think I'll let them get as wild as my dad has done. He was having a dinner conversation a few weeks prior, about this theoretical town of Schitt's Creek: You would have Schitt Hardware and Schitt Grocers.
I wish I could pull it off someday in my real life. I tried taking a pair of those pants home with me, and I wore them out to the store and I felt like an absolute fool. I go to the barber, I get them to trim it up a bit—you can't get them too out of control. Then in researching ways in that people had lost their fortune, we stumbled across a few stories of people who had bought towns.
Would the Kardashians still be the Kardashians without their money?
I turned to my dad, because I felt like he had such a lovely comedic sensibility that's so unique—you can feel it in all the Christopher Guest movies that he wrote with him.
I didn't want it to be a sitcom in a broad sense, in a Most of it’s just growing up around funny people.
Both my parents are incredibly funny in very different ways.