This Super Fan Created a ‘Schitt’s Creek’ LEGO Set Featuring a Mini Rosebud Motel

updated Jul 12, 2020
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The limit truly does not exist when it comes to the incredible and unique things that can be made with some imagination and a LEGO set. One LEGO super fan created a replica of “Schitt’s Creek” made entirely of the colorful toy bricks, and yes, it even has Moira’s infamous wig wall.

Mark Fitzpatrick, a marketing manager and member of the LEGO 10K club (which, yes, is for LEGO fans who have more than 10,000 LEGOs in their collection), recently shared his newest creation on Instagram: a 1,520-brick replica of the Rose family (plus a couple of beloved honorary family members: desk clerk Stevie and David’s husband Patrick) in front of the Rosebud Motel. It’s so impressively detailed, from David and Johnny’s signature raised eyebrows to Moira’s pink wig and Stevie holding a plunger.

The motel itself is equally detailed, featuring several rooms that fans will instantly recognize from the beloved comedy series, including the check-in desk where Stevie can often be found, and the family’s shared living spaces, along with a seating area in front for guests to get a drink from the vending machine (if it works, of course) as they sit and read the Elmdale Chronicle.

And it turns out that “Schitt’s Creek” fans can actually make this dream LEGO set a reality. By creating an account and casting your vote on LEGO Ideas, you can help Fitzpatrick reach 10,000 votes—at which point the toy company will consider it for production. Fitzpatrick has racked up nearly 2,600 supporters within the first two weeks, with plenty of enthusiastic commenters hoping to help his vision hit store shelves. After all, what better way to fill the “Schitt’s Creek”-sized hole in your heart now that the series has ended and fans have said farewell to the Rose family on their screens?