'Schitt's Creek' Season 6 Episode 14 Preview: Rain ruins David and Patrick's wedding in heartbreaking series finale

The episode is entitled 'Happy Endings,' and it appears that the show is thankfully giving the characters the happy endings that they not just deserve, but have earned


                            'Schitt's Creek' Season 6 Episode 14 Preview: Rain ruins David and Patrick's wedding in heartbreaking series finale
Still from 'Schitt's Creek' (Pop TV)

After six years, it's finally time to say goodbye to 'Schitt's Creek' for good, in what is sure to be an emotionally heavy series finale. The show has left the biggest moment for last, as it's David Rose (Daniel Levy) and Patrick Brewer's (Noah Reid) wedding day. Of course, things never go as smoothly as planned in Schitt's Creek, and unfortunate rainclouds arrive to ruin David and Patrick's most special day. 

When we last saw the Roses, their plans to leave Schitt's Creek have all been drastically altered. Moira Rose (Catherine O'Hara) and Johnny Rose (Eugene Levy) are moving to Los Angeles to further Moira's acting career and her triumphant return to 'Sunrise Bay.' Alexis Rose (Annie Murphy) is holding fast to her plans to move to New York to pursue her own independent career as a publicist, and Stevie Budd (Emily Hampshire) will be traveling all across the country to help grow the Rosebud Motel Empire. All of the Roses are finally leaving Schitt's Creek — except of course, for David and Patrick, who will be living the rest of their lives together in that small town. The wedding is going to be the Rose family's final chance to say goodbye to each other before their paths drastically diverge.

Small wonder that David needs that day to be perfect. 

According to the official synopsis for the episode, "David stresses out over the rain on his wedding day, but his family makes it right." In what must be the ultimate spiral, perfectionist David has to deal with terrible weather conditions - but his family is there to see him through it.  After all, as Stevie pointed out in the last episode — David has already "won" — and the love of his life, and his new home, are already with him.

The episode is entitled 'Happy Endings,' and it appears that the show is thankfully giving the characters the happy endings that they not just deserve, but have earned. It's going to be hard to say goodbye to the series, but it seems unlikely for things to have ever ended better.

The final episode of 'Schitt's Creek' airs April 7, on Pop TV. There will be a one hour farewell special after the show's end.

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