-Now, after six seasons, you guys have gotten
pretty close. I wanted to see
just how close you are in a game we call
Know Your “Schitts Creek.” Here’s how the game works. One of you will wear
noise-canceling headphones while the other three answer
a question about you. Then you’ll take
the headphones off, and we’ll see
if your answer matches. Make sense?
-I’m scared. -Let’s do this. Eugene, the first question
is about you, so please put these on. -You have to put it
over your hair, Dad. -Oh, boy. Oh, boy. -Okay.
-No, you don’t. -I wonder if it’s gonna
touch your hair. -What’s the biggest pet peeve
Eugene had to overcome on set? -Oh. -Something to do with food? -No, his hair. -Oh, maybe it’s the hair. It’s the hair. Getting his hair wet. -It’s “The Drip.”
Getting his hair wet. 100%. -Yeah, that or working
with his kids. [ Laughter ] -Eugene, here we go. The question was,
what was the biggest pet peeve Eugene had to overcome on set? -[ Laughs ] -No, you can’t put it back on! [ Laughter ] -Oh, “The Drip.” The episode in the show
when my hair’s soaking wet and I have to… -Wow, that’s what they all said. [ Ding ] They all said that. That was it. -Catherine said your kids
were a close second. -[ Laughs ] -A close second.
Nothing comes close to the hair. Anyway.
-Alright, here we go. That’s it. That’s the music.
It’s working. Alright, Catherine.
This is for Catherine. Alright.
-Wait, wait, wait, wait. -What’s the hardest Catherine
laughed while shooting? -[ Exhales sharply ] I would say it was a scene
called “Allez Vous,” and it was a scene that she — -She and I were selling
[Clears throat] cosmetics to the town, and it was just a sad, desperate
sales pitch that was not — -But you had some
of the product… -Dan’s face was orange.
-…on his face, so he looked bronzy,
bronzy, bronzy. -It was bad. It was — -Catherine started the scene and could not look at him
without laughing. That’s my guess. -You guys agree? -Yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah.
-That’s the one? Alright. Alright. Catherine. Okay.
Alright, ready? -I was afraid to look
at you ’cause I thought, “What if I find out
I’m a lip reader?” [ Laughter ] I actually kept my face away.
-You just found out now. -Wouldn’t that have been
a wonderful discovery? -Yeah, but not here.
-The question was, what’s the hardest Catherine
laughed while shooting. -I bet that’s easy. Um… I think it was when Daniel and I were doing
“Allez Vous,” and — [ Cheering ] [ Ding ] -Whoo! -Because he was so — David, the character
was so nervous trying to sell this product, and he had also tested
out the tanning cream, and it was a yellow, orange, and he looked like
a goldfish caught in headlights. [ Laughter ] -Not wrong.
-I couldn’t stop. I was so unprofessional. -Those are, like,
the best moments, though. I love it.
-We are two for two. Not that I’ve been counting
or that I’m competitive, but… -Yeah, you guys know each other. -They do that. They do that. -This could have gone
really bad. Imagine we know nothing
about each other. Just failed every question. -Well, here we go.
We have one more. Alright, on the show, the
Rose family fell from riches. In real life, how did Dan make
his first dollar? -Oh, didn’t he work at Baby Gap
or something? [ Laughter ] -Gap Kids. -Oh, yeah. -Aww. -Well, babysitting before that? -No.
-No entertaining your guests? -Uh, no. [ Laughter ] -Did any of your guests
know you had a son? -No babysitting ’cause
he doesn’t like kids. [ Laughter ] -And kids don’t like him.
-Another fact. -Yeah, Gap Kids. -He’s really getting into it.
He’s very serious, yeah. -You guys ready?
Alright, Dan, here we go. -Yeah. -On the show, the Rose family
fell from riches. In real life, how did you make
your first dollar? -My parents dropped me off
in front of a Gap Kids and said very clearly, “Do not come home
without a job application.” And I don’t want to say
that that’s, like, motivated me to be
a compulsive over-worker, but it definitely hasn’t
not done that. [ Laughter ] [ Ding ] -Gap Kids!
That’s correct! Yes! -Whoa! Best that we’ve ever done!
-Oh, my goodness. -This is amazing. I love this. -Alright, three for three. -Annie, it’s up to you. I mean, the pressure’s on.
Come on back. -It’s a great song on there. -Thank you. -Okay. -Got it. -Okay, ready, guys?
-Mm-hmm. -What’s the biggest fight Annie
got in on set? -A fight? -Fight? -What’s, like,
the coffee too cold? -Fist fight with me? -I would say she’s never
gotten into a fight about anything on set. -We got to think of something. She must have. -I just don’t want to
lose the game. Um… [ Laughter ] I don’t remember a fight. -Yeah, that’s what I’m saying. -I would say this is
a trick question. She has not gotten into a fight. -She’s a lovely Canadian girl. -Yeah. [ Laughter ] -This is so Canada right now. This is unbelievable. -I don’t know.
We’re not into conflict. -Got you. -She’s, like, too nice
to get into a fight, eh. -I know. I’m sorry. -What if she says,
“Oh, which one would it be?” [ Laughter ] -Alright, here we go.
Let’s see if the answer… Okay, good. -Okay. -Making it super anxious
over there. -Oh, yeah. Tell the truth
on this one. Boy, oh, boy. [ Laughter ] -I’m scared a bit. -Oh, so am I. -Alright, the question was, what’s the biggest fight
Annie got in on set? -Biggest fight I got in on set? -Yeah.
-Oh, um… [ Laughter ] It was with Dan. -What? [ Laughter ] [ Cheers and applause ] [ Buzzer ] -What? -Yes, of course. You’re getting close. -Are you tearing us apart? [ Laughter ] -You’re close. -And it was about pizza. Do you not remember this? -No!
-We got into, like… We got — We got into a heated argument about which dirty fast food
pizza is the best, and you got so upset that you
ordered five different pizzas from five different places and made us have a taste test
at lunch. -That is accurate. [ Laughter ] I thought more… -Oh, my God! Guys, I think that was the best
game of this we’ve ever played. You guys really know
your “Schitts Creek.” -Thank you so much.
-Thanks. -Give it up for the cast
of “Schitts Creek”!