Until yelling at my TV becomes a viable way to communicate with characters, I decided instead to admit this during my phone conversation with one of the hit Canadian comedy’s creators, writers and stars, David Rose himself.“That’s a very welcome response,” says Levy when I tell him about my unexpected emotional reaction (I mean, this isn’t after all).“I found the lyrics to be really, oddly, beautiful, considering you rarely stop and think about them.” .“I didn’t have anything to look to on TV,” he says.
Whilst watching, I instantly predicted that David would be embarrassed by the idea and that I’d sit back and laugh at the beloved business partners-turned-boyfriends proceeding with marketing their artisanal goods to the townsfolk, business as usj. His acoustic performance of Tina Turner’s “Simply the Best,” coupled with David’s wordless reaction, had me in a puddle of tears.
This season, they’re not only dropping hilarious one-liners and early-aughts pop culture references, but Johnny, Moira, David and Alexis are also going further than we’ve ever seen to support one another.
Though we’ll never be over hearing Alexis drop an “Ew, David!
“Veiled homophobia will not be tolerated, and should not be.
We have to be more responsible and careful because we can’t stand for that anymore.” Regardless of what dreary news is filling our feeds, Levy takes pride in knowing that a half-hour spent with the Rose family helps people escape the less joyful parts of their daily lives.