Patrick hosts an open-mic night in an attempt to lure customers into the store, Alexis works on a marketing strategy for the motel, and Moira accidentally learns the sex of Roland's and Jocelyn's baby.
Rose Apothecary is doing poor business. Patrick comes up with a suggestion to boost business: hold an open mic night at the store, which will at least bring bodies into their establishment. David has a few very specific reasons in not wanting to implement Patrick's suggestion, the most important being something related to their personal relationship. Meanwhile, Alexis, for a class assignment, offers her services to her father and Stevie as a marketing consultant for the motel, Alexis' hope that it will become a paying job. Although both Johnny and Stevie are reluctant to even hear Alexis out, they cannot argue with some of her logic. Alexis finds that implementing her marketing plan is more difficult than she imagined, the biggest obstacle being some feelings that Stevie has about the aftermath of increased business to the motel. And Moira inadvertently learns of some information which she is asked to keep secret. Moira's ability to keep the secret, even in the inquisition by those ...Written by
Noah Reid's acoustic cover of Tina Turner's "Simply the Best" became a Top 10 single on the iTunes Canada chart in February/March 2018. See more »
I'd like to dedicate this next song to a very special someone in my life. There he is right over there. David Rose.
[David rolls his eyes]
Just tell me when and I'll pull the fire alarm.
[Moira puts her hand on David's shoulder. He's smitten by him]
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This episode embodies the small, special, heartfelt moments that make this series about a misfit family and their colorful community so special. You may come in expecting the laughs (and you'll get plenty of those), but if you're like me, you will leave the episode feeling warmed over with happy tears. Dan Levy and Noah Reid created a beautiful moment together that will make you feel their characters connection in a vulnerable, tangible way. A true standout episode.
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